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Dr. Mamta Agarwal - Dentist in Delhi

Dr. Mamta Agarwal

BDS

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  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

BM Gupta Hospital

H-11-15, Arya Samaj Road, Delhi, Delhi, India,

Specialization

  • Dentist

Education

  • R G Kar Medical College and Hospital - 2011 Graduated
    BDS

Health Articles

Why Does the Mouth Bad Breath and How to Get Rid of It?

Why Does the Mouth Bad Breath and How to Get Rid of It? January 28, 2022 by Editorial Team Bad Breath Share Tweet Pin Share Bad breath, also known as halitosis or fetor oris according to scientific or medicinal terms, is a bad odor that comes out of your mouth or mouthparts like teeth, throat, and many other parts. Bad breath is often considered a symptom of hidden health problems and needs professional attention. Bad breath can also develop due to a number of reasons- sometimes they may result from bloating or problems indigestion, and sometimes the bad odor from the mouth may come out due to poor dental habits and unhealthy lifestyles. Once you notice a bad odor coming out of your mouth, it is highly advisable for an expert dentist or any registered medical practitioner.

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.

What Is a Dentist?

Dentists are trained professionals responsible for dental health. They diagnose and treat issues, using modern technology like X-rays and anesthesia. Education involves a bachelor's degree followed by dental school and licensure. Specializations include orthodontics and pediatric dentistry. Regular checkups every six months help prevent problems like decay and gum disease. Dentists address pain, swelling, or bleeding in the mouth, and ensure post-procedure maintenance. Coordination with medical doctors is crucial for pregnant patients or those with ongoing medical issues. Dental care promotes overall well-being by maintaining oral health and preventing complications.

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