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Dr. Amrit Singh - Dentist in Noida

Dr. Amrit Singh


  • Noida, Uttar Pradesh
  • 1 Award

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Clinic Locations


11 B, Prehlad Market, Ramjas Road, Karol Bagh, Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, India,

HCL Healthcare

HCL Technologies A5, Sector 24 Block A, Sector 24 Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301 India., Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India,


  • endodontist
  • Dental Implant Fixing
  • implantology
  • Dental Examinations
  • Dental Restoration
  • Dental X-Ray


  • Endodontist
  • Implantologist
  • Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist


  • Baba Farid University of Health sciences - 2010 Graduated
  • Rajasthan University of Health Science, Jaipur - 2014 Graduated


  • Great Publisher

Health Articles

Gum Disease: Symptoms, Stages and Treatment Procedure

Gum disease, commonly known as periodontal disease, is the term for infection and inflammation of the tissues that surround your teeth. Gum disease can be brought on by poor oral hygiene. Nevertheless, even with appropriate brushing and flossing, some people are more susceptible to this problem than others.

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.

Consuming Vitamin C May Help to Stop Bleeding Gums

Gums that bleed after simple probing can be a sign of gingivitis, an early stage of periodontal disease. However, low levels of vitamin C may also be behind the problem. This can be remedied by increasing your intake of Vitamin C as said by the researchers. Daily brushing, flossing, and every-three-to-four-months cleaning of teeth will help prevent this condition.

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