Dr Pranshu Tripathi
BDS, MDS Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics
Expertise : Single sitting Root Canal Treatment, Re-Root canal Treatment, Full mouth Rehabilitation (FMR), Smile Designing, Laser Dentistry, Preventive Dentistry.
Experience: Consultant Endodontist at Apollo Dental, Ramesh Nagar and other clinics of Delhi-NCR Ex- Consultant Clove Dental 10 years+ Clinical Experience .
Accolades: Certified Laser Proficiency from UCLS, USA. Lifetime Member of Indian Endodontic Society Lifetime Member of Indian Association of conservative Dentistry and Endodontics Published papers in National and International Journals.
Dr. Avantika Sharma
BDS, MDS Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery & Implantology
Expertise : Dental Implants, Sinus Augmentation Surgeries, Maxillofacial Trauma, Oral biopsies, Management of Space Infections, Neuralgic and muscular pain management, wisdom tooth extraction.
Experience: Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon and Implantologist at Apollo Dental, Ramesh Nagar and other clinics of Delhi NCR. Faculty of Implantology and Oral Surgery at Delhi Dental Academy. 8 years + Clinical Experience .
Accolades: Lifetime Member of Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons of India Presented several papers and posters in national conferences Attended Several National Conferences on Maxillofacial Trauma and Implantology.
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Why Choose Us.?
Our Work Is Heavily Shaped by Our Core Values
Highly experienced Dental Specialists
All MDS Dental Specialists treat the patients and constantly update themselves with the latest advancements in dentistry.
Hi-tech clinics with Latest Equipment, Electronic Medical records and Digital X-Ray. The materials used are from US and Europe.
International standards of Sterilization are in place. Emphasis
is placed on sterilizing all equipments prior to their use in the autoclave. Disposable gloves, masks, and aprons help us prevent any cross-contamination. A strict protocol of fumigation & disinfection is applicable before all surgical procedures. Overall hygiene and sanitation is maintained by a dedicated
High-tech dental equipments and materials make the
dental treatments pain-free and comfortable unlike conventional dentistry.
Life Time Warranty
The assurance of our high quality dental work
comes with a life time warranty. The warranty on dental implants and dental restorations speaks volumes about us.
We respect the value of your time and hence keep your
appointments as a priority. We believe in completing the treatment in as little time frame as possible.
The ambiance of the clinic is designed to keep you relaxed and
comfortable. The warm and welcoming staff care for all your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, dental implants are safe. Let us explain you how.
Dental implants are the latest and most advanced way to replace teeth. Dental implants are fixed and a far more durable and long term treatment option.
Dental implants that are used at JR Dental, are of the highest grade biocompatible material that are used for other body parts as well.
Dental implants are usually advised to replace missing teeth and failed/mobile teeth.Also if you are planning to undergo dental implants, it is important to note that you must get dental implants done at the earliest i.e. as soon as teeth are lost or as an immediate replacement at the time of tooth removal. Because as soon as one looses teeth, bone resorption happens rapidly in that zone leading to loss of healthy bone which if lost, comprises the future prognosis of implants and healthy replacement.
- Desensitising toothpaste and Desensitizing mouthwash. There are several brands of toothpaste for sensitive teeth that are available.
- Use a soft-bristled toothbrush.
- Avoid highly acidic foods.
- Use a fluoridated mouthwash daily.
- Avoid teeth grinding
- Consider getting a mouthguard.
• Practice good oral hygiene. Bleeding gums may be a sign of poor dental hygiene.
• Rinse your mouth with hydrogen peroxide
• Stop smoking
• Reduce stress level
• Increase your intake of vitamin C
• Increase your intake of vitamin K
• Bleeding gums is the most common sign of dirty gums. Visit a dentist as soon as possible for proper assessment and relevant treatment.
• Mouth ulcers, sores, or tender areas that do not heal after a week or two.
• Gums that bleed or swell after brushing or flossing.
• Persistent foul breath
• Heightened sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures or beverages.
• A toothache or pain
• A set of loose teeth
• Gum recession.
• Difficulty eating or biting
• Crooked teeth
• Discoloured teeth
Yes, regular dental visits are important because they help to keep your teeth and gums healthy. During the dental check-up, your dental professional will check your overall oral health for any trouble areas. During the cleaning, your dental professional will remove any plaque and tartar build-up and may polish your teeth. It is the responsibility of the best dentist to educate and inform their patients on efficient oral hygiene techniques so as to keep the teeth cavityfree and gum disease free forever.
A preventive dental check-up should be done ideally every 6 months or at least once a year. This dental check-up ensures potential problems are identified early and thereby can be resolved at an early stage. These check-ups can be followed by a professional cleaning which would help prevent oral health diseases. Most people believe that if there is no pain, then no problem exists, however that is one of the biggest myths.
Mouthwashes should be used only if needed. There are various types of mouthwashes and While choosing a mouthwash may seem like a no brainer and something that your chemist can advise you, the mouthwash that is right for you keeping in mind your oral health is something that only your dentist can advise you. Given that we strongly believe and advise prevention to our patients, we provide customized mouth washes and gels to our patients. A quick and safe solution until you visit your dentist would be to do warm saline (salt water) rinses regularly post meals.
Ideally the first preventive check up should be done when the first few teeth are erupting in your child’s mouth. This would ideally happen around the age of 6-10 months. As if there is no teeth till this age, then also it is a concern and should be checked by a dentist. At JR Dental, we take this first visit very seriously and visualize as an opportunity t help new parents understand how should they be maintaining their baby’s oral health.
Babies often begin teething by about age 4-6 months. The two bottom front teeth (lower central incisors) are usually the first to appear, followed by the two top front teeth (upper central incisors). Classic signs and symptoms of teething include:
• Irritability or crankiness
• Sore or tender gums
• Increased Drooling from mouth
• Chewing on objects
• Slight fever in an otherwise healthy baby
If your teething baby seems uncomfortable, consider these simple tips:
• Rub your baby’s gums. Use a clean finger or moistened gauze pad to rub your baby’s gums. The pressure can ease your baby’s discomfort. There are silicon finger cups that are available in the market that help prevent infection and injury.
• Keep it cool.A cold washcloth, spoon or chilled teething ring can be soothing on a baby’s gums. Don’t give your baby a frozen teething ring, as the hardness of the frozen ring may cause damage to the developing baby gums.
• Try hard foods. If your baby is eating solid foods, you might offer something edible for gnawing — such as a peeled and chilled cucumber or carrot. Keep a close eye on your baby as any pieces that break off might pose a choking hazard.
• Dry the drool. Excessive drooling is part of the teething process. Having a teething ring, fingers or other objects in the mouth produces saliva. To prevent skin irritation, keep a clean cloth handy to dry your baby’s chin. Consider applying a moisturiser such as a water-based cream or lotion.
To know more about the treatments that we do for kids, contact us on 7827077358
There are specific months during your pregnancy during which treatment is advised and can be safely done. The second trimester is the most preferred time to undergo any emergency treatment. Ideally, every women planning a baby or an expecting mother should get a preventive dental check-up done to avoid dental problems during pregnancy.
The answer to this depends upon the X-ray machine that is being used for radiation. New age and advanced dental practices use the latest X-Ray technology that exposes patients to minimum radiation.
Dental X-rays should be avoided in the following cases:
1. Pregnant women
2. Patient undergoing cancer treatment therapy
Foods that stick to the teeth do tend to cause cavities, however, we, the team of JR Dental believe that if you are not able to enjoy all types of food, we are not doing our job well.
Hence, we at JR Dental work with you as a partner to prevent cavities by helping you maintain your oral health . A commonly believe myth is that sugary foods cause cavities. Whereas all food types can cause cavities if not cleaned from the teeth properly as bacteria causing cavities can develop on all food types whether they are sugary or not. Hence, we at JR Dental work with you as a partner to prevent cavities by helping you maintain your oral health by
teaching you correct tooth brushing and flossing techniques. We also recommend eating a lot of fibrous foods.
COVID 19 Care
At JR Dental, the safety of our patients, dentists, staff, and the community has always
been our top-most priority.
During this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to assure you that we
are following all the necessary precautions and adhering to the highest infection
control guidelines; which are at par with international standards. As responsible
dental care providers, we continue to care for our patients while maintaining strict.
COVID-19 screening and sterilization protocols. Along with the best clinical practices, additional state-of-the-art technology and medical-grade equipment is being used to safeguard your health. Our measures include: Doctors and assistants are required to wear proper personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times.
- All doctors and staff members are screened and their temperatures are recorded at the beginning of the workday. The temperature of every patient is taken at the time of entry.
- Strict sterilization of all instruments and disinfection of the dental operatory is
done after each patient visit.
- Defoggers are in place that disinfect rooms between two patient visits.
- Pulse Oximeter is used to measure the blood oxygen saturation of team
members and patients.