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Dr. Prabhat goel - Dentist in Delhi

Dr. Prabhat goel

BDS

DentistDentist
  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

Dental Care Center

Delhi, Delhi, India,

Specialization

  • Dentist

Education

  • Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak - 2004 Graduated
    BDS

Health Articles

Does Your Tongue Say About Your Health? Lets Checkout

The tongue is one of the most important sensory organs of our body that allows us to taste. Human tongues can be of different shapes, sizes, colors, or textures. So it is important to ensure that your tongue is healthy because experts say that a healthy tongue reveals that your health is at an optimum. Tongue Problems and Related Health Issues: The tongue is one of the five sensory organs of our body that allows us to taste and talk. The taste buds and tiny nodules known as papillae present on the rough surface of the tongue primarily induce the sensations of taste. The tongue is often referred to as the strongest muscle in your entire body.

Exploring Dental Implants: Types and Treatment Options

Exploring Dental Implants: Types and Treatment Options June 4, 2023 by Editorial Team Exploring Dental Implants Types and Treatment Options Share Tweet Pin Share Dental implants have revolutionized the field of dentistry by providing a durable and natural-looking solution for replacing missing teeth. Unlike traditional dentures or bridges, dental implants are designed to mimic the appearance, function, and feel of natural teeth. They offer a permanent and long-lasting option for individuals seeking to restore their smiles, improve oral function, and regain their confidence. However, before diving into the details of dental implants,

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.

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