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Dr. Geeta Mahajan - Dentist in Delhi

Dr. Geeta Mahajan

BDS

DentistDentist
  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

My Family Dentist

C-98/26, First Floor, C Block Market, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India,

My Family Dentist

47-1/2, Yusuf Sarai Market, Shri Aurobindo Marg, Delhi, Delhi, India,

Specialization

  • Dentist

Education

  • Govt. Dental College & Hospital, Tamil Nadu - 1999 Graduated
    BDS

Health Articles

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

Orthodontists and dentists play distinct roles in oral health care. While both focus on dental health, orthodontists specialize in diagnosing and treating alignment issues, such as crooked teeth and misaligned jaws, using braces, aligners, and other orthodontic appliances. Dentists, on the other hand, provide general oral health care, including cleanings, fillings, and extractions, addressing a broader range of dental issues. Orthodontists typically undergo additional training beyond dental school to specialize in orthodontics. While dentists handle routine dental procedures, orthodontists concentrate on correcting bite and alignment problems, ensuring patients achieve not only healthier smiles but also improved dental function and aesthetics.

What to Know About Orthodontic Spacers

Orthodontic spacers, also known as separators, are tiny rubber or metal appliances placed between teeth to create space before orthodontic treatment. These spacers help make room for braces, bands, or other orthodontic appliances by gently pushing teeth apart. They are typically inserted a few days or weeks before the scheduled orthodontic procedure, allowing the teeth to gradually move and align properly. While wearing spacers, patients may experience discomfort or sensitivity, especially while chewing. It's crucial to follow the orthodontist's instructions regarding care and avoid certain foods that may dislodge or damage the spacers, ensuring the success of subsequent orthodontic treatment.

Gum Disease: Symptoms, Stages and Treatment Procedure

Gum disease, commonly known as periodontal disease, is the term for infection and inflammation of the tissues that surround your teeth. Gum disease can be brought on by poor oral hygiene. Nevertheless, even with appropriate brushing and flossing, some people are more susceptible to this problem than others.

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