Dr. M. Ragu Ganesh - Dentist in Chennai

Dr. M. Ragu Ganesh

BDS, MDS - Oral Medicine and Radiology

  • Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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Clinic Locations

Ragu dental clinic

143, MG Road, Kumaran Nagar, Padi, Landmark: Near Chennai Public School. , Chennai , Tamil Nadu , India


  • Dental X-Ray
  • Complete/Partial Dentures Fixing
  • Artificial Teeth
  • Dental Fillings
  • Oral Surgery Procedures
  • BPS Dentures Fixing
  • Impaction / Impacted Tooth Extraction
  • Tooth Extraction


  • Oral Medicine and Radiology
  • Dentist


  • Meenakshi Ammal Dental College Hospital - 2002 Graduated
  • Meenakshi Ammal Dental College Hospital - 2011 Graduated
    MDS - Oral Medicine and Radiology

Work & Experience

  • Ragu Dental Clinic


  • Indian Dental Association


Why is Child’s Dental Health Important and How to Improve it?

Children have teeth that gradually become visible after birth, but those teeth are not permanent. These sets of temporary teeth that appear after a child’s birth, also known as ‘ milk teeth’, gradually fall off and a new set of permanent teeth grows in that place. It is very important to take good care of your child’s teeth and the allover dental health because children are not very cautious about their oral hygiene and so they are at a greater risk of developing dental problems like cavities or toothache. A Child’s Dental Health: Things That You Should Know About It

Wisdom Tooth Pain? Best Home Remedies to Get Rid of It

Who said wisdom teeth make you smart? They do not. They are just named so because they usually appear around the age of 17-25. These teeth are at the back of your mouth. As part of a complete set of 32 adult teeth, you will receive two on the top and two on the bottom. These teeth begin to rise through the jawbone and then break through your gum line to become part of the chewing mechanism.

7 Home Remedies for Abscess Tooth

An abscessed tooth can be a painful and concerning dental condition. It occurs when a bacterial infection reaches the innermost part of the tooth, causing inflammation and the formation of a pocket of pus. While professional dental care is crucial for treating an abscessed tooth, there are also various home remedies that can provide temporary relief and support the healing process.

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