Discolored Tooth

Fractured Tooth

Multiple Teeth Fracture

Gum and Teeth Injury

Injuries treated till date

Teeth Injury Treatment- Mayur Vihar, New Delhi

Emergency Treatment Available : Yes

About the Procedure : Please check the Procedure Description Box below

Time Required per Session : Depending upon the Injury type

How Many sessions : Varies 

Crowns Available: Yes

RCT / Extraction Treatment : Available if require

Pediatric Treatment : Available

 

About Gaur Dental Care Mayur Vihar East Delhi

Gaur Dental Care Location & Directions

Gaur Dental Care is a Dental Clinic situated in Mayur Vihar New Delhi. We cater to patients requiring dental treatments.
Gaur Dental Care Dental Clinic is centrally located in East Delhi. Our Dental Clinic is in the vicinity of
Preet Vihar, Anand Vihar, Karkardooma, Pushpanjali, Jagatpuri, Krishna Nagar, Yojna Vihar, Lakshmi Nagar Vigyan Vihar, Surajmal Vihar, Indirapuram
If you are coming from any of the above areas via Delhi Metro than please get down on Mayur Vihar Phase 1 Metro Station. Please come down to Acharya Niketan Market to our Clinic.

Gaur Dental Care History

Gaur Dental Care started in the year 2002. Ever since then our team has been successfully delivering dental treatment for the following ailments and services

Gaur Dental Clinic Mayur Vihar East Delhi Treatments/Services

Root Canal Treatment Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Dental Braces Treatment Service Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Dental Implant services Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Tooth Bridge Treatment Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Crown and Bridges Capping Treatment Service Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Tooth Fillings or Restoration Services Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Accidental Tooth Injury Treatment Service Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Denture (Removable) Placement Service Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Teeth Scaling – Polishing – Cleaning Services Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Teeth Bleaching Services Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Veneers &Laminates Services Mayur Vihar East Delhi
Dental Diseases such as Pyorrhea Treatment Services Mayur Vihar East Delhi

Gaur Dental Care Clinic Team of Doctors

The team of Dentists at Gaur Dental Care is not only seasoned but also has to undergo several training programs, thereby updating themselves on top notch machines and techniques.
The Gaur Dental Care Team is headed by Dr Ankit Gaur, having an experience of 14 years. At present he is also a Consulting Orthodontist in MAX Group of Hospitals. Along with him he is assisted by following fellow doctors
Dr Ankit Gaur
Skills: Master of Dental Surgery
Specialist: Orthodontics
Designation: Consultant MAX Group of Hospitals Patparganj

Dr Chandravir Singh –
Skills: Master of Dental Surgery
Specialist: Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon
Designation: Sr Resident MADC&H (Maulana Azad Dental College & Hospital)

Dr Varun Pruthi –
Skills: Master of Dental Surgery
Specialist: Endodontist (Root Canal Expert)
Designation: Sr Practitioner

Dr Neha Yadav –
Skills: Master of Dental Surgery
Specialist: Periodontics (Gum Disease Expert)

Equipment Used in Gaur Dental Care

1.Gnatus Dental Chair (Top Model) x 3
2. Autoclave Sterilization Equipment and Ultraviolet Chamber (For constant maintenance of Sterilization)
3. Digital X-Ray (In-house)
4. LED Air Rotor Hand Pieces for precision work.
5. CE compliant Filling Cement & Adhesives, Sealers, Impression Materials for measurement purposes.

The Procedure depends upon the type of injury occurred :

1. Chipped tooth (Minor tooth fracture) – In this type of injury, either tooth filling or fitting the crown or cap if required.

2. Deeper tooth fracture – In this fracture, treatment includes, tooth filling, crown, RCT or extraction in severe cases.

3. Root fracture – In the root fracture, treatment includes, RCT or extraction, great care should be taken in these types of fractures.

4. Avulsed/Knocked-Out Tooth – when a tooth is knocked-out of its socket completely, then immediate treatment is required.

– In children, if it is temporary (milk-teeth), then only first aid and proper check-up by a dentist is required.

-In adults, or in children with permanent teeth, the teeth is placed back in the socket and then allowed to heal because if the avulsed tooth is carried properly and faster then there are fair chances of the revival of the teeth. Sometimes RCT is required after the tooth has healed.

 

Question 1. What are the causes of tooth injury?

Answer. The various causes of tooth injury are:

  • Trauma to the teeth

  • Fall resulting in tooth injury

  • Sports like basketball, volleyball, rugby etc

Question 2. Does the severity of tooth injury vary according to the area damaged?

Answer. Yes, it does. Tooth Injuries can be of different types depending upon the area of the tooth damaged, where damage to the root represent the more severe injury and the damage to the crown represent a less severe one.

Question 3. What are the types of tooth injury?

Answer. 1. Chipped tooth (Minor tooth fracture) – In this injury, only the enamel (outermost layer) gets damaged or gets chipped off. No pain and no sensitivity is experienced by the patient.

Treatment includes, either tooth filling or fitting the crown or cap if required.

2. Deeper tooth fracture – In this fracture, both enamel and dentin (The second layer) are damaged. Slight pain and sensitivity are present.

Treatment includes, tooth filling, crown, RCT or extraction in severe cases.

3. Root fracture – In this type of injury, closer the fracture-line to the gum line, poorer the long term success or the prognosis of the injury.

Treatment includes, RCT or extraction.

4. Avulsed/Knocked-Out Tooth – when a tooth is knocked-out of its socket completely, then immediate treatment is required.

– In children, if it is temporary (milk-teeth), then only first aid and proper check-up by a dentist is required.

-In adults, or in children with permanent teeth, the teeth is placed back in the socket and then allowed to heal because if the avulsed tooth is carried properly and faster then there are fair chances of the revival of the teeth. Sometimes RCT is required after the tooth has healed.

Question 4. What should I do if the tooth has knocked-out?

 Answer. There are various major steps to be taken, if you or your child has a knocked-out tooth:

  1. Try to locate the tooth first, find it as soon as possible.

  2. After locating the tooth, rinse it with cold water only.

  3. Try to put it back from the place that it has avulsed and rush to the dentist.

  4. It is advised to call the dentist if possible, so that you can get immediate treatment.

  5. If the patient is unconscious or you can’t put the tooth back in due to some other reason, then you should dip in either in milk or in sterile saline solution.

  6. Keeping it in your mouth or in plastic wrap can also be done, though milk and sterile solution are the best mediums to carry it, increasing its chances to revive.

  7. Handle the tooth by its crown and avoid touching the root.

  8. Don’t scrub the tooth.

  9. Reach the dentist ASAP because immediate treatment is the key to the preservation of the natural tooth.

Question 5. What Precautions should be taken in case of any other form of teeth injury?

Answer.  – Try to reach the dentist ASAP

  • Keep the cold pack outside the mouth

  • You can also keep an ice cube in your mouth to control the bleeding and pain.

 

Question 6. How can we prevent the Tooth injuries?

Answer. Here are a few precautions that can be taken:

  1. If your teeth are protruding, then its best to get the braces in order to correct the protrusion resulting in less injuries and good appearance.

  2. Always use face masks and Mouth guards while playing sports.

  3. Helmets should also be worn.

Question 7. What care should be taken afterwards?

Answer. 1. Eat soft foods

  1. Use mouthwash if you are not able to brush your teeth

  2. No sports should be played till the injury got healed properly.

 

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