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Dr. Sumona Pal - Dentist in Delhi

Dr. Sumona Pal

BDS, MDS - Oral Medicine and Radiology

DentistDentist
  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

Clove Dental

Pocket K-1/53, Delhi, Delhi, India,

Services

  • Dental Implant Fixing
  • Dental Fillings
  • Dental X-Ray
  • Braces Adjustment

Specialization

  • Oral Medicine and Radiology
  • Dentist

Education

  • Manipal College of Dental Sciences, Manipal - 2007 Graduated
    BDS
  • Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences - 2011 Graduated
    MDS - Oral Medicine and Radiology

Health Articles

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.

7 Home Remedies for Abscess Tooth

An abscessed tooth can be a painful and concerning dental condition. It occurs when a bacterial infection reaches the innermost part of the tooth, causing inflammation and the formation of a pocket of pus. While professional dental care is crucial for treating an abscessed tooth, there are also various home remedies that can provide temporary relief and support the healing process.

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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