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Dr. Ritu Setia - Dentist in Delhi

Dr. Ritu Setia

BDS

DentistDentist
  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

Dr. Setia's Dental Centre

26/35, Delhi, Delhi, India,

Dr Setia's Dental & Implant Centre

B-554 New Friends Colony, new delhi, Delhi, Delhi, India,

Services

  • Oral Surgery Procedures
  • Presurgical Orthodontics
  • Dental Implant Fixing

Specialization

  • Dentist

Education

  • Chaudhary Charan Singh University ,Meerut - 2002 Graduated
    BDS

Health Articles

8 Most Common Causes of Tooth Loss

Maintaining a healthy smile and preserving natural teeth is essential for overall well-being. In this article, we will explore various factors that contribute to the risk of tooth loss, ranging from dental hygiene practices, lifestyle choices, medical conditions, genetics, and the importance of regular dental care. Understanding these risk factors and their impact on oral health empowers individuals to make informed decisions and take proactive measures to protect their teeth.

Why is Child’s Dental Health Important and How to Improve it?

Children have teeth that gradually become visible after birth, but those teeth are not permanent. These sets of temporary teeth that appear after a child’s birth, also known as ‘ milk teeth’, gradually fall off and a new set of permanent teeth grows in that place. It is very important to take good care of your child’s teeth and the allover dental health because children are not very cautious about their oral hygiene and so they are at a greater risk of developing dental problems like cavities or toothache. A Child’s Dental Health: Things That You Should Know About It

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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