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Is Interventional treatment really required ??

Faced with unequivocal evidence that most dental caries and periodontal diseases can be prevented at low cost with available public health preventive measures, the ethical imperative to prevent what is preventable and reduce clinical intervention to a minimum is very strong. And when dental care is needed, it should be of high quality and based upon evidence of efficacy, effectiveness and efficiency. Here we assess whether an intervention does more good than harm when provided under usual general practice circumstances.

What is Sensitivity?

Really worried about not being able to drink your favourite food or drink .A pain like sensation induced on having cold or hot .Yes ! that is what is sensitivity , otherwise known as Dentinal sensitivity/ dentinal hypersensitvity.What is solution , now . Your dentist might have suggested you a Desensitising toothpaste like SENSODYNE RAPID RELIEF , VANTEJ, SHY-NM being a few.. These are low abrasion tooth paste esapecially made for sensitive teeth --- a desensitising toothpaste.These sensitive toothpaste when used twice daily make the teeth less sensitive, they also contain fluoride to help protect your teeth against decay 

When pain happens?

Your Dentist prescribed you desensitising tooth paste , which offered you no result after using and probably it is turning into a continuous pain. If you’re experiencing tooth pain, whether sharp and throbbing or dull and achy, it can be difficult to bite, chew, concentrate, get through the day, even sleep at night, no matter what over-the-counter medication you take for some relief. The source of tooth pain may be dental decay, a cracked tooth, or an infection. Regardless of the cause, if you have ongoing pain it’s time to see a dentist or Root canal expert for treatment. here are some of the home remedies for your temporary relief

Tooth Decay?? When to consult your dentist

Worried of blackish discoloration on your tooth , you feel that you have a broken teeth,Probably you should hurry ,so that we can save your tooth .A tooth like any other organ is important to you ,DONT LOOSE IT.Get free consultation with Dr J

There are 2 leading types of dental diseases: tooth decay (dental caries or cavities) and gum disease (periodontal disease). Tooth decay is by far the more prevalent of the 2, causing a greater, needless loss in the quality of life……

Articles from Federal Practitioner are provided here courtesy of Frontline Medical Communications

Soft drinks have many potential health problems. The inherent acids and sugars have both acidogenic and cariogenic potential, resulting in dental caries and potential enamel erosion. In this report we present a 25-year-old man complaining with the severe worn-out of the front teeth during the past 3 years. He had a history of drinking cola for more than 7 years and had a poor oral hygiene. Severe decays were present in the incisors and the canines, while less severe lesions were noted on the premolars and the molars. The review is to show the relationship between dental erosion and caries and soft drinks. Some efforts have been taken to reduce the harmful effect of soft drinks.

Department of Conservative Dentistry and Periodontology, Medical University Hannover, Germany.

Several reports indicate an increased prevalence of dental erosion among intensive swimmers due to low pH gas-chlorinated pool water. Contrary to other extrinsic factors which induce erosion located on the facial aspect, low pH pool water results in general dental erosion. Additionally, a case report is presented which describes the very rapid occurrence of excessive general dental erosion of a competitive swimmer due to gas-chlorinated pool water within 27 days. The observation of several authors as well as this case underscore the significance of a regular pH monitoring of chlorinated swimming pool water. The high incidence indicates that dental erosion due to frequent swimming is of considerable diagnostic and therapeutic significance. Furthermore, it is recommended to fluoridate the teeth of intensive swimmers regularly to prevent dental erosion.

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Do Drugs or Medicines promote dental caries or cavity ???

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Many medicinal drugs facilitate the formation of dental caries, through various mechanisms; they include formulations with a high sugar content; drugs that cause Dry mouth (especially antimuscarinics); drugs that lower the buccal pH (inhaled powders, etc.); and drugs that cause demineralisation (tetracyclines, etc.). In practice, patients (and parents) should be informed that some drugs can increase the risk of dental caries. They should be encouraged to adapt and reinforce dental hygiene, and advised to visit a dentist regularly.

           Psychotropic substances such as cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and cannabis can promote dental caries.

Not drinking enough water?? Mild dehydration: a risk factor for dental disease??


A review of the published international literature was undertaken to investigate whether dehydration is a risk factor for dental disease. Published evidence of associations between saliva and dental disease and between saliva and dehydration was observed, but the precise nature of these associations is unclear and no evidence of a direct link between dehydration and dental disease was found. It is concluded that no direct link between dehydration and dental disease has been proven, although there is considerable circumstantial evidence to indicate that such a link exists.

Swimming pool, respiratory health, childhood asthma and dental decay: should we change our beliefs?

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Swimming is often recommended as a sport because of its several benefits to health. It is also recommended in asthmatic children as a sport with a lower potential for prompting exercise-induced asthma. However, in metro cities like bengaluru with increasing population density, growing interest in the potentially harmful effects of repeated respiratory tract and oral cavity exposure to chlorinated products and the problem of possible swimming-related health hazards is gaining importance at international level. It is already known that acute exposure to chlorine gas as in swimming pool accidents causes lung damage and also that elite swimmers may have increased airway inflammation and bronchial hyperreactivity, probably as a result of repeated exposure to chlorine derivatives. The need for longitudinal studies is emphasized to definitely clarify any role of chlorinated swimming pool attendance in the development of asthma in recreational swimmers.

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Located with services being provided in the tech hub of inidia-Bangalore.Dr Dental services collaborates with various average budgetted dental clinics in marathahalli covering approx 10 km radius around marthahalli(which includes ITPL , Varthur ,kundalahalli ,Whitefield,Gunjur , Dommasandra , Immidahalli )which enables to provide quality dental care to our patients with minimal cost ,we provide assistance for reimbursement claims for our  patients who are medically insured.As bangalore is a devoloped metropolitian city ,dental services are charged at a much higher level, these monieatary constraints make treatments available only for the small amount of the community.DrJ works with a motto of TREATMENT FOR ALL. We had undertaken couple of cases of patients seeking treatment from economically backward niche and provided them with Free of cost treatment to spread the awareness.We have 5% of out total Profit share being contributed to charity  services( For the education of poor and needy)

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