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How Indian Dental tourism is cost effective for International clients?


India is the country of vast diversity in food, culture, climate and ethnicity; it is one big country with diversified land and people. It marks the beautiful landscapes of The Himalayas to the sunset point in Kanyakumari, the wet land in east to dry dessert in the west. Thousands of people from worldwide visits India to get dental treatment without paying hefty amount yet get the superior kind of treatment like in west. Maximum number of Indians lives in USA, UK, Canada and Australia belonging to Gujarat state. They visit India for dental treatment as it is 70% cost effective in comparison to other countries and demands same quality treatment, exclusive internationally available materials along with latest technology and advanced treatment methods.

Teeth Care Centre with International Standard, Latest Technology and Eco-Friendly concept offers travelers from all across the world; a unique and cost effective dental treatments that fits into their budget. Our team of dentists provide world class exclusive dental treatments to our overseas clients with assurance of best quality treatment and very- homely environment. You can enjoy your vacation by visiting many beautiful and excellent historical cities and places of India and simultaneously receive all kind of routine and specialized dental services as per your convenience.


Why flossing is so important for healthy gums?


ELIMINATE THE PLAQUE: -Flossing your teeth every day can elevate your oral hygiene and impact your bodily health, too. Everyone has bacteria in their mouth. Some are good bacteria and others are bad bacteria and it is part of everyday life. Goal is to keep the harmful one to minimal level. These harmful bacteria can mix with food & stick to your teeth in the form of plaque. When left unchecked, plaque hardens to form tartar; a hard substance that only a dental professional can remove. Flossing can help reduce the plaque build-up in your mouth. Your toothbrush is unable to reach in the tight spaces between your teeth, but floss specializes in this task. When you floss, you eliminate plaque from these hard-to-reach areas and help prevent tartar from forming.

REDUCTION IN CAVITIES: -Reducing the plaque in your mouth leads to a reduction in your risk of cavities, as well. When you floss, you scrape the plaque from between your teeth so the bacteria are unable to consume sugars and produce their enamel-damaging acids. Brushing can help the visible surfaces of your teeth, but you need to floss to reduce cavities from forming between your teeth.

PREVENTION OF GUM DISEASES: -Flossing is a critical component of having healthy gums. Plaque and tartar usually form around and below the gum line, where toothbrush bristles are unable to reach. This plaque can inflame your gums and even lead to gum disease without proper hygiene. So flossing helps in prevention of the gums from plaque formation and further irritation.

NO BAD BREATH: -Bad breath is a common problem for many people, but flossing is one of the best ways to reduce bad breath. When you eat, food particles can become stuck between your teeth. This can cause your breath to have a particular odor that will only get worse as the food particles start decaying.

BETTERMENT OF OVERALL HEALTH: -Some scientists and health professionals have observed a connection between dental and heart health. Many harmful bacteria present in mouth causing serious heart diseases. This could mean practicing good oral hygiene —twice brushing, tongue cleaning including flossing — can help keep your heart and body healthier.

How many times flossing is recommended: - Flossing should be performed daily in the morning and at night, it can be done with the help of prefabricated floss or from the loop. Flossing should not be done vigorously otherwise it may hurt your gums causing bleeding, sore gums and recession. The floss should be smoothly placed between each tooth and now move the floss up and down against both sides of the tooth. Avoid pressing the floss into your gums as this can cause damage.

@Teeth Care Centre, the gum specialist-periodontist, performs the cleaning of the teeth by ultrasonic units and also educate the importance of flossing in daily basis for utmost health of gums. We at TCC always  advocate the words- healthy mouth, healthy body.



Is clicking sound normal at upper and lower jaws joint?


If you are experiencing clicking sound while opening of mouth, during chewing of food and yawning along with pain near the ear, it is not normal. This condition of Temporomandibular joint
(TMJ)  is called Temporomandibular joint disorder(TMD).

If you are facing problem of Popping sound or clicking sound followed by sensation of pain, chewing dysfunction, clenching and grinding of teeth habit, then Oro-facial pain specialist should be consulted as soon as possible for the best possible treatment and further progression of the condition.


Medical conditions associated to the TMJ popping sound are-

Ø  Arthritis

Ø  Sleep apnea

Ø  Dislocated or fractured jaws

Ø  Malocclusion of teeth

Ø  Infection

Ø  Tumor

Ø  Myo-facial pain disorder

How jaw clicking sound should be treated?

With some changes in lifestyle and proper supervision by the specialist, one can get rid of this problem. Teeth Care Centre comprises of highly qualified dental specialists and master degree holders offering comprehensive treatment of TMJ.

Treatments range from at home remedies, conservative treatments to injections and open surgery.

  >At home remedies: Ice pack or moist hear application at jaws joint and soft diet.

 > Medications: Pain relievers, anti-inflammatory drugs, muscle relaxants, Botox, Trigger point injections.

> Oral splints/ Mouthguard.
> Physiotherapy: Exercises for strengthening and relaxing jaw muscles, Avoid of extreme jaw movements.
> Therapy: Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), Radio Wave Therapy, Laser Therapy, UltraSound.
> The last resort is surgery. It includes arthrocentesis (This minor procedure is performed in the office, usually under local anaesthesia), open-joint surgery, etc.