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The Department of Dentistry at the Citizens Specialty Hospital provides advanced dental care facilities. The treatment offered at the department is related to cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, implants, root canal treatment, oral and maxillofacial surgery, endodontics, prosthodontics, pediatric dentistry, and periodontics. The expert dentists and staff provide high-quality treatment and care facilities at par with international standards in terms of safety and hygiene.

The department caters to the needs of patients of all age groups and even those with special health care needs. Backed by a post-op rehabilitation and care team, the Department of Dentistry and Maxillofacial surgery has delivered millions of smiles over the years.

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Some of the common dental conditions are:

  • Tooth decay:Tooth decay or dental caries develops when bacteria form a plaque on the surface of the tooth and damage the enamel.
  • Bad breath:It is also called halitosis and is a common dental problem. It occurs due to poor oral hygiene, tooth decay, infection, cancer, or certain medications.
  • Gum disease:Gum disease may be mild or severe. Mild gum disease is known as gingivitis, while severe gum disease is called periodontitis.
  • Cracked or Broken Teeth:These may occur due to trauma, mouth piercing, chewing hard food, or teeth grinding while sleeping.
  • Sensitive Teeth:The patients with sensitive teeth have exposed dentine due to the removal of the enamel.
  • Teeth grinding:Also known as bruxism, the condition usually occurs while sleeping. However, some patients may grind their teeth while awake.
  • Root Infection:Patients with cavities, cracks, and tooth fractures may result in infection and inflammation of the root. Patients experience a chronic and intense toothache.
  • Enamel erosion: Enamel erosion progresses slowly and leads to discolored teeth.

  • Regularly brush your teeth in the morning and prior to sleeping at night
  • Avoid smoking and use of tobacco
  • Brush properly
  • Take care of tongue hygiene
  • Limit the consumption of sugary and acidic foods
  • Consider using mouthwash
  • Visit the dentist at least two times a year

Some of the early signs of tooth problems include:

  • Toothache
  • Moderate to intense pain when drinking or eating hot, cold, or sweet
  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Bleeding gums
  • Staining on teeth
  • Bad breath

Some of the risk factors for developing cavities are:

  • Consuming starchy or sugary foods or drinks
  • Receding gums
  • Radiation therapy for the management of neck and head cancer
  • Family history of cavities
  • Dry mouth due to underlying medical conditions, such as Sjogren’s syndrome or medications, such as antidepressants.