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Dr. Sangeetha K M - Dentist in Delhi

Dr. Sangeetha K M

BDS

DentistDentist
  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

Dentysta Dental Care

Shop Number 103, Plot Number 11, Aggarwal Plaza, Central Market, MLU, Pocket 2, Delhi, Delhi, India,

Specialization

  • Dentist

Education

  • Manipal College of Dental Sciences, Manipal - 2010 Graduated
    BDS

Health Articles

Dental Bridges: Types, Uses, Benefits, and Different Parts

A dental bridge is a false dental tool or a pontic that is used to hold a tooth in the proper place and on either side of the gap. Any person can have one or more gap/s in his or her teeth and such a gap can be easily covered with the help of a dental bridge. In many cases, a person might have to remove his or her tooth/teeth, for instance, due to the occurrence of cavities and plaque, and similar conditions that are usually considered as common causes of loss of teeth, and in those cases, you should use a dental bridge to bridge the gap in your teeth.

What Is a Cosmetic Dentist?

Cosmetic dentistry focuses on enhancing the appearance of the mouth, teeth, and gums. Procedures like teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, inlays, implants, bonding, and more are common. Dentists customize treatments to address various cosmetic issues, from discoloration to misshapen teeth. Training includes dental school programs covering orthodontics, pain management, and cosmetic dentistry. While not recognized as a specialty, cosmetic dentists require licensure and may seek accreditation. Reasons to see a cosmetic dentist include decay, damage, crooked or missing teeth, discoloration, and self-esteem issues. Cosmetic dentistry helps restore confidence and improves overall oral aesthetics.

How to Get Whiten Teeth Naturally?

The reason for yellow teeth may be as, teeth have three layers in them, the outer translucent enamel, the inner yellowish dentine, and then the inside soft pulp. The enamel is a translucent layer that keeps on depositing on the dentin during the early development of the tooth. Naturally (non-damaged), human teeth are bluish-white in color due to the color of fully developed translucent laminar Enamel deposition over dentin. So, initially, the teeth appear white.

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