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Dr. Divyangna Chaudhary - Dentist in Delhi

Dr. Divyangna Chaudhary

BDS

DentistDentist
  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

LaDivya Centre for Oral Health Care

KG-1/118, Ground Floor, Adjacent Govt. Dispensary KG-1 Block, PVR Road,Vikas Puri , Delhi, Delhi, India,

Services

  • Tooth Extraction
  • Dental Fillings
  • Scaling / Polishing
  • Crowns and Bridges Fixing
  • Cosmetic/ Aesthetic Dentistry
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Dental Implant Fixing
  • Complete/Partial Dentures Fixing
  • Dental X-Ray

Specialization

  • Dentist

Education

  • Subharati Dental College, Meerut - 2010 Graduated
    BDS

Work & Experience

  • Ladivya Centre For Oral Health Care
    Owner

Membership

  • Indian Dental Association

Health Articles

Orthodontist Vs. Dentist: What Do They Do and How Are They Different?

Dentists and orthodontists both specialize in oral healthcare, but with different focuses. Dentists diagnose and treat various oral health conditions, while orthodontists specialize in tooth and jaw alignment. Dentists handle general oral care, including X-rays, fillings, extractions, and gum disease treatment, while orthodontists focus on misaligned teeth and jaws, providing treatments like braces and retainers. Both require extensive education, with orthodontists undergoing additional training in orthodontics after dental school.

Dentures: Types, Alternative, and Caring

Dentures are oral appliances that are used to replace missing teeth and can be either full or partial. Additionally, implant-supported dentures are another option that can provide additional stability and support. With proper care and maintenance, the average lifespan of a denture is typically seven to 10 years.

What Is the Truth About the Loss of Tooth?

When I hear the phrase tooth loss, I immediately think of dental hygiene and the importance of taking care of our teeth. Poor dental hygiene can lead to tooth decay, gum disease, and tooth loss. I am also aware that there are other factors that can contribute to tooth loss such as genetics, trauma, and certain medical conditions. It is fascinating to learn that older Americans are keeping their teeth longer, which is a positive trend for overall dental health, according to a 2016 study.

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