Dr.Smita Agrawal is a MDs Endodontist with a experience of 8 years in dental care and treatments. She has undergone an extensive training as a part of her masters in the field of Endodontics and Aesthetic Dentistry from Bangalore, Karnataka. She uses her advanced academic and clinical knowledge to provide the best possible care and treatment to all her patients. Dr. Smita is an experienced skilled and awarded doctor in her field of specialization as below: Single Sitting Root canal treatment, Retreatments, Laser dentistry, Antisensitivity treatment, Cosmetic dentistry, Teeth whitening, Tooth jewellery, Smile Makeover, Laminates and Veneers, Fixed teeth replacement, Gum treatment and surgeries, Mobile teeth solutions. Dr. Smita has always made it a priority to research the newest and most effective techniques, Materials and instruments in the rapidly changing field dental world. These latest innovations & Cutting edge technology is available at Dr Sunny Medical Care, Kasavanahalli.
Taking proper care of your teeth and gums is a life long commitment. For that, regular visits to your dentist is necessary. The Dental Care Department boasts of all the sub specialties in Dentistry manned by more than one doctor. All dental needs of all age groups can be catered to in the departments with special expertise in Filling; Root Canal Treatments; Braces; Smile Correction; Missing tooth – Crown & Bridges ; Implants. Dr Sunny Medical Center provides the best dental facilities and they are the best Dentist in Sarjapur Road.
The likelihood of developing a cavity depends entirely on lifestyle. The better your oral health routine, the less chance you will have of suffering tooth decay. However, older people and children are slightly more at risk, because their enamel is more vulnerable. If a child develops cavities within baby teeth, they will be repaired as soon as the adult teeth emerge, but this does not mean that dental attention isn’t still essential.
The best possible approach to dealing with plaque is prevention. Once you have cavities, there is no real way to reverse them (though new technologies may make this a reality soon). The only option is to fill and repair them, so save your enamel while you still can. Brush and floss regularly, attend routine dental exams, and avoid eating too many sugary foods.
If you are unlucky to develop a cavity, you must have it treated by a dentist. If you leave it to deteriorate, it could progress into an infection or abscess. These conditions cause a lot of pain and discomfort for patients. This is why timely repair procedures are essential, whether they take the form of a standard filling, a crown, or a tooth extraction. The dental code states that extractions should always be a last resort, so it is fairly rare for decayed teeth to be pulled.