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Dr. Himanshu Chopra - Dentist in Delhi

Dr. Himanshu Chopra


  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

Chopra Dental Clinic & Implant Centre

5, Kiran Vihar Main Road, Delhi, Delhi, India,


  • Children Dentistry (Pediatric Dentistry)
  • Full Denture (Acrylic)
  • General Dentistry
  • Partial Denture (Metal Based)
  • Dental Crowns
  • Advanced surgery in Implantology
  • Ceramic Dental Braces
  • Scaling / Polishing
  • Dental Braces Fixing
  • Orthodontic Treatment
  • Retention implant dentures
  • RCT - Root Canal Treatment
  • Braces Adjustment
  • Smile Design
  • Dental Implant
  • Implants(Fixed Teeth)
  • Dental Implant Fixing


  • Dentist


  • ITS – Centre For Dental Studies & Research - 2008 Graduated
  • Manipal University - 2012 Graduated
    Post Graduate Certificate in Advanced Oral Implantology

Work & Experience

  • Chopra Dental Clinic & Implant Centre
    Dental Surgeon


  • Indian Dental Association

Health Articles

Consuming Vitamin C May Help to Stop Bleeding Gums

Gums that bleed after simple probing can be a sign of gingivitis, an early stage of periodontal disease. However, low levels of vitamin C may also be behind the problem. This can be remedied by increasing your intake of Vitamin C as said by the researchers. Daily brushing, flossing, and every-three-to-four-months cleaning of teeth will help prevent this condition.

Toothache Causes and Remedies for Relieve the Pain

A toothache refers to pain in or around your tooth. This discomfort can range from a minor issue, like gum irritation, to an indication of a larger problem, like tooth decay. However, toothache is sometimes referred pain. This means that the pain is caused by problems elsewhere in the body. A toothache should never be ignored. A toothache caused by tooth decay can be exacerbated if left untreated.

Dental Cavities: How Can You Get Rid Of It?

Cavities are holes that form in your teeth. These holes occur when bacteria in your mouth react with the sugars from the food and drinks you consume. The bacteria produce acids that attack and destroy the hard outer coating of your teeth (enamel). When this happens, a cavity form. Cavities can develop at any age, but they are most common in children and teenagers whose permanent teeth are coming in. Unlike a lot of other health concerns, you have some control over cavities.

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