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Here, we can learn more about recent and trending developments regarding Dentistry and Oral Health. These blog also discusses various treatment modalities available in New Global Dental Clinic, Tirupati ## Your first steps Lets have Dental and Oral health discussions. Lets discuss Covid - 19 and its effects on Dental treatments.


Dental Implant Cost

Dental Implant cost - factors
Dental Implant cost depends on various factors. At New Global Dental Clinic, Tirupati, we assess various implant systems depending on patient overall health, bone, his/her habits and chewing forces. Patient affordablity is also considered while choosing the Dental Implant.


Tooth pain

Tooth pain - Causes - treatments - prevention
One fine day, while you start cherishing your favorite food, you get aweful tooth pain. Thats it..You are here to find the culprit and punish it. Well its not that easy. Tooth pain is caused by different factors.


COVID-19 and Dental health

A discussion regarding Covid-19 and Dental Care.
Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease creating havoc all over the world. Since COVID – 19 erupted all over the world, we’ve learned more and more about the symptoms associated with it. And we’ve also confirmed that they are not the same for everyone. Most of them are experiencing.. -> mild to moderate fever, -> followed by respiratory illness, and -> fatigue. Some symptoms of severe COVID – 19 are -> shortness of breath, -> loss of appetite, -> confusion, -> pain or pressure in the chest, -> High temperature. And the other symptoms are -> loss of taste/smell, nasal congestion, conjunctivitis, sore throat, headache, muscle/joint pain, skin rashes, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, chills or dizziness, irritability, confusion, reduced consciousness, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, and some neurological disorders or complications. Transmission & Dental Care: Transmission of Corona Virus occurs primarily droplets spread or contact routes. Due to the characteristics of dental settings, the risk of cross infection between dental health care personnel (DHCP) and patients can be high. __Oral Health in pandemic times:__ Some are dealing with stress and trauma due to changing job demands, economic fears, unfulfilled social needs or overarching medical concerns. Some people are having teeth grinding and this stress habit is damaging and breaking the tooth and is growing the dental issues amid the pandemic. Some are having dental issues much before the pandemic. Sore throat and Jaw pain are COVID-19 collateral damages with its outbreak and these are the COVID stress. Globally, every individual COVID symptoms are not similar with other’s symptoms. Only COVID patients are not reporting dental issues, but also post COVID patients are also reporting. Everyone’s symptoms are not similar to other, always, but it can be similar with few. The study suggests that the person needs to consult their doctors or dentist to avoid the further damage of their body organs, blood vessels, and blood flows. In case of ones who smokes and drinks alcohol reduces the blood flow in mouth muscles which decreases the oral health and allows growing bacteria. This results into the vulnerability towards COVID – 19 and leading to gum weakening, sore throat, tooth decay, and bleeding as well. These further results that the infection directly enters into the blood after bleeding within the mouth and affecting the whole body. The study shows that COVID – 19 Virus can disrupt vital blood flow throughout the body, causing the numerous clots, and patching the blood flow. The various studies suggests that the major impact of damage in the mouth and nasal cavities causes the cytokine storm which causes the body’s immune system to turn on itself, means, body starts to attack its own cells and tissues rather than just fighting off the virus. __Post Covid Patient & Oral Care:__ The post COVID symptoms are occurring in the adult people, older people and children also. Their tooth decay and tooth fractures, gum weakening, loosening teeth, gum infections, sizeable vasculature damage from the infection and other dental problems also. Everyone have to practice the preventive dental care and follow dental hygiene. A good diet also plays an important role in post COVID care. Everyone must keep their guards up and prevent them from the virus.

wisdomtooth pain

Wisdom tooth

Wisdom tooth - infection, treatment, post-op instructions
# __Wisdom Tooth Extraction __ Severe pain from tooth, radiating towards ear, unable to open mouth, swelling in relation to pain, bad odor from mouth, fever — These are symptoms we can usually associate with wisdom tooth infection. We can notice all the above symptoms or some of the above symptoms. Wisdom Teeth, are also known as third molars, are the last teeth to erupt. It comes after the puberty, means late teens or early twenties. If these teeth come smoothly and without any interruption, then these teeth will be as an asset. But the problem with these teeth is that in case they do not erupt properly or are misaligned, then these teeth would need to be removed. If the third molars are poorly aligned, then they can damage the adjacent teeth and can cause infection and lead to the swelling in the jaw, pain and general illness. ### Is Wisdom Tooth removal must?? The removal of wisdom teeth is not always necessary for everyone. If the wisdom teeth is erupting smoothly through gums then no need to removal of that teeth. If eruption of wisdom teeth don’t get sufficient room to grow or the teeth could be growing at an angle to other teeth. These teeth can damage the adjacent tooth if they push up against it. Then, the tooth need to be removed. There are 4 set of wisdom teeth two on each upper and lower jaw. Nowadays, everyone’s lifestyle has changed resulting in modified jaw development, which doesn’t develop completely and properly, further restraining the wisdom teeth from erupting. ### Symptoms of wisdom tooth infection 1. Pain nearby molars. 2. Redness, swelling, tenderness which can lead to infection. 3. Jaw damage, wisdom teeth can damage your nerves making the jaw hollow. 4. Wisdom teeth can cause sinus pain and congestion. 5. The adjacent teeth can get harmed by misalignment wisdom teeth. 6. Foul breathe and bad taste. 7. Cavities, swollen gums can create pockets between teeth that help bacteria grow and cavities ### Treatment The procedure of Wisdom Teeth removal depends upon the stage in which the wisdom tooth is. It is easy to remove the teeth if it is fully developed/erupted. Usually, the tooth is extracted in parts to minimize the amount of bone required to be extracted for tooth removal. Generally, there are three types of anaesthesia in the Wisdom teeth extraction procedures. __Locale:__ Usually, Dentist will numb the whole molar and its nearby area for avoiding the patient’s pains. Dentist can give anaesthesia for numb the area or nitrous oxide to relax the wisdom teeth area during surgery. Removal of wisdom tooth under Local anaesthesia is most commonly done throughout the world. But in some cases, tooth removal must be done in General Anaesthesia. It depends on patient condition, co-operation etc. Dentist will extract the wisdom teeth but he have to cut the gums or bone to get the teeth out. After this, dentist will stitch the wound to get close and will get heal quickly. These stitches will take time to dissolve, it varies from few days to 2 weeks. Post Treatment The effect of anaesthesia is different for everyone. There will be no pain after surgery, just having swelling and mild discomfort for few days to one week. Extracted site will heal in few weeks. And patient needs to follow the dentist’s instructions. - Swallow saliva or blood. - Avoid vigorous rinsing and touching the area. - Be on a liquid diet / soft diet for the first day. - Avoid hot food on first few days. - Avoid the use of straw, it may loosen blood clots that help your mouth heal. - Do brushing twice daily, but gently. - Eat soft food and avoid hard crunchy food. - Avoid smoking and tobacco. - Take medicines which dentist prescribed.


Flap Surgery (Gum Surgery)

Flap Surgery (Gum Surgery) - When Flap SUrgery is advised. How it is done.
# Periodontal - Flap Surgery ### What is Flap Surgery: A Section of Gingiva and / or Mucosa surgically separated from the underlying tissue to provide visibility and access to the bone and root surface as stated —by Carranza 1963 When do we need Flap Surgery Flap Surgery is indicated when tooth supporting tissues are damaged. It is also called advance stage of Gingivitis can be rectified with Flap Surgery. At the advanced stage, the bone supporting the tooth and gum will be infected and the supporting bone decays. # When to consult Dentist Mild form of gum infection causing Gum swelling and reddish in color. Blood comes out of the gums while brushing Bad smell from the mouth The dentist will analyze the pocket depth between the gum and tooth and Bone infection. ### Objectives of the Flap Surgery - Flap Surgery is performed to remove or reduce the pocket depth. - It helps in gaining the accessiblity to root deposits for scaling and root planing. - It helps in establishing gingival morphology. - It also improves the ability to perform resective and regenerative procedures if required. - It helps in improving aesthetics ### Flap Surgery Procedure It is similar to cleaning process, like total cleaning It is required when access to rough spots is difficult, hard to remove the toxic deposits in the root tissues. Anaesthesia will be injected at the Gum level by the Anaesthetic agent During this surgery, the gum will be retracted to access the root Bone remodelling can be performed with this surgery Once it is cleaned and cleared, the gum will be replaced and held in place with stitches It usually take 7 to 10 days for the betterment of the Gum condition And 3 to 4 week for the complete recovery ### Post Flap surgery instructions - Regular checkup as advised by the Dentist to maintain the healthy gums - Scaling as advised by the Dentist __When the Flap Surgery can be performed?__ - Surgery cannot be performed during High Diabetes - This can only be performed when the systemic diseases comes to a normal state

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