Dr. Ronak Shah (Dentist)
BDS, BDS, Certificate course in Basic Implantology, Certificate Course in Esthetic Dentistry, Certificate course in Full Mouth Rehabilitation, Certificate course in Implant Prosthodontics, Certificate Course in Pediatric Dentistry "Pedo Pathshala", Membership ICOI
About Dr. Ronak Shah
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A very small initiative for the people who wants to have the right kind of dentistry done in an ethical way...
A one patient approach at a time so we can better focus on the same for better treatment and with latest advances available today and give complete justice to the patient with work and time.
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106, Kunjal Complex, B/H Chamunda Mata's Temple, Besides Canara Bank, Zadeshwar Road, Bahruch City, Bharuch
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First floor, Samrajya complex, shravan cross roads, Link Rd,, Bahruch City, Bharuch
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A: An implant is a man-made fixed replacement for natural teeth. There are several categories of dental implants, which will be selected by the doctor depending on specific needs and dental conditions of patients. You would require an x-ray to evaluate the amount of bone remaining, models of your mouth to determine space available and a thorough examination to decide which type of implant can help you the most.
Q: How long does it take?
A: Dental implant treatment can take anywhere between three to six months or longer, depending on the condition of the patient. We can, however, provide patients with fixed or removable temporary teeth during this time.
Q: Who is a candidate for implants?
A: Anyone who has one or more of their teeth missing may be a candidate for implants. If one or a few of the teeth are missing, implants with a crown or bridge can replace those teeth and function as normal teeth without losing more bone and being subject to decay. If all or most of your teeth are missing, then fixed implant-supported bridges in both upper and lower jaws can be fabricated or an implant supported removable denture can be planned. A consultation with a dentist who is knowledgeable about these procedures can help determine your individual needs.
According to the survey conducted on behalf of the AACD, about 99.7 percent of all Americans believe that a smile is an important social asset and 74 percent of adults feel that an attractive smile may increase an individual's chance for a success.
The anatomy of a tooth can be divided into two basic parts — the root and the crown. In a person with healthy gums and bone, the root of the tooth is covered by the gums and bone. The crown is part of the tooth visible in the mouth, above the gum line on the lower teeth and below the gum line on the upper teeth. A cemented restoration that partially or completely covers the outside of the tooth is referred to as a dental crown or cap.
When is a dental crown needed?
There are a variety of situations that require a tooth to be restored with a dental crown. The following are the most common:
Large filling: When a tooth has a cavity or fracture that involves half the width of the tooth or more, it needs to be covered with a crown.
Root canal: Root canal treatment leaves the tooth hollowed out and predisposes the remaining teeth to cracking.
Cracked tooth syndrome: This is a condition whereby a patient has fractures inside a tooth that cause pain when it is chewed in a certain way.
Broken cusps: Cusps frequently break off the teeth due to trauma or large existing fillings. Since the cusps are part of the tooth that take the most stress during chewing, they need to be completely covered or the tooth or filling will keep fracturing.
Excessive wear of teeth: If a person has a habit of grinding their teeth, the teeth will become shorter over time. The teeth can also wear away due to acid erosion caused by gastrointestinal acid reflux (GERD), bulimia, or an acidic diet.
Undesirable appearance of teeth: Teeth that have an unacceptable appearance due to color, shape, or spaces between teeth can be made to look very natural and beautiful with crowns. Dental veneers are a very effective and conservative way of enhancing the look of the front teeth.
The 21st century is witnessing a boom in dental disease due to remarkable changes in the dietary habits. The awareness towards dental health is also increasing at an equal pace. But, finding appropriate solutions to the dental problems have become a challenge because of the expenses involved and due to uncompromising working hours of the dentists as well as the patients. People wish to get rid of their oral problems with minimal expenditure, within the limited time frame while giving importance to the quality of the care.
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If it looked like the one on the right, you may be brushing too hard! Brushing too hard can cause your gums to recede and damage the enamel on your teeth. Always use a soft bristled toothbrush and use just enough pressure to feel the bristles gliding across your teeth and gums.
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✓Wisdom teeth or third molars are the teeth furthest away in the dental arches and they are usually the last ones to erupt… if they ever come out!
✓For their eruption to occur normally, there must be sufficient growth at the back of the jaws to accommodate these teeth. For most people who have all their permanent teeth, this happens rarely and wisdom teeth fail to erupt.
✓Teeth that have not completed their eruption within a reasonable time are called “impacted” if they are completely submerged under the gum and “semi-impacted” if they pierce through the gum only partially.
✓The dental community agrees to recommend the extraction of third molars that are symptomatic or cause problems (pain, infection, damage to other teeth, etc.).
✓Wisdom teeth are time bombs.But what about impacted teeth that are asymptomatic? Wisdom teeth have historically been blamed for many problems. They are accused, among other things, to cause tooth movement by exerting pressure on other teeth when trying to erupt.
✓We like to use the “jack-in-the-box” analogy to try to describe certain unpredictable dentition problems and behaviors. Wisdom teeth are well suited for this comparison; it is hard to predict if they will come out and if so, how and when. They are full of surprises!
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✓Luckily, there is a simple way to ensure that your child is protected and can play hard without the concern of serious dental damage: Sports mouthguards
✓Mouthguards are thick plastic protective devices shaped like a dental tray, which are of the shape of the teeth, gums, and mouth.
✓The mouthguard creates a barrier between the upper and lower teeth to prevent them from crashing together during impact, as well as protecting the teeth from being hit by something outside of the mouth, such as a puck, stick, or ball.
✓Fortunately, most sports teams recommend or require mouthguards to be used by athletes, but even in the cases where they are not required we still recommend them to be worn at all times -especially during high impact sports.
✓With the possibility of costly dental bills, it’s better to be safe t
✓When a tooth is removed (or falls out) it leaves an empty space not just in your smile, but also in your gum. When pressure is applied to the remaining teeth (by chewing), they’ll start to push into the empty space. The healthy teeth will start to fall at odd angles, i.e.further pressure is applied, they’ll start to take more and more sideways pressure — which will push on your gum and bone and eventually can cause your healthy teeth to become detached.
✓It will also impact your ability to chew normally, deteriorate your smile, and cause teeth on the opposite jaw to grow longer. Missing teeth also contribute to tooth decay and gum disease.
✓Individuals who are unhappy with their teeth suffer both socially and psychologically.
✓Missing teeth ( especially the front ones) will gradually begin to change the shape of your face. Your lips will appear sunken and asymmetrical. Furthermore,your speech will begin to sound different and some sounds may be altered.
Here’s why you could be experiencing this mouth malady — and steps you can take to find relief for sensitive teeth:
1. You brush with too much gusto:
Sometimes tooth sensitivity comes from brushing with too much force or using a hard-bristled toothbrush. Switch to a toothbrush with softer bristles and to be gentler when brushing.
2. You eat acidic foods:
If the pathways to your nerves are exposed, acidic foods such as tomato sauce, lemon, grapefruit, kiwi, and pickles can cause pain. But avoiding these foods can help you avoid any tooth discomfort.
3. You’re a tooth-grinder: Even though tooth enamel is the strongest substance in your body, grinding your teeth can wear down the enamel.Talk to your dentist about finding a mouth guard that can stop you from grinding.
4. You use tooth-whitening toothpaste:
Many manufacturers add tooth-whitening chemicals to their toothpaste formulas, and some people are more sensitive to them than others. If your toothpaste contains whitening agents, consider switching to one that doesn’t.
5. You’re a mouthwash junkie:
Like whitening toothpaste, some over-the-counter mouthwashes and rinses contain alcohol and other chemicals that can make your teeth more sensitive — especially if your dentin’s exposed. Instead, try neutral fluoride rinses or simply skip the rinse and be more diligent about flossing and brushing.
6. You’ve got gum disease: Receding gums, which are increasingly common with age (especially if you haven't kept up with your dental health), can cause tooth sensitivity. If gum disease or gingivitis is the problem, your dentist will come up with a plan to treat the underlying disease, and may also suggest a procedure to seal your teeth.
7. You have excessive plaque:
The purpose of flossing and brushing is to remove plaque that forms after you eat. An excessive buildup of plaque can cause tooth enamel to wear away. Again, your teeth can become more sensitive as they lose protection provided by the enamel. The solution is to practice good daily dental care and visit your dentist for cleanings every six months — or more frequently if necessary.
8. You’ve had a dental procedure:
It’s common to experience some sensitivity after a root canal, an extraction, or the placement of a crown. If symptoms don’t disappear after a short time, you should schedule another visit to your dentist, as it could be a sign of infection.
9. Your tooth is cracked:
A chipped or cracked tooth can cause pain that goes beyond tooth sensitivity. Your dentist will need to evaluate your tooth and decide the right course of treatment, such as a cap or an extraction.
10. There is decay around the edges of fillings:
As you get older, fillings can weaken and fracture or leak around the edges. It’s easy for bacteria to accumulate in these tiny crevices, which causes acid buildup and enamel breakdown. Be sure to see your dentist if you notice this type of tooth sensitivity between visits; in most cases, fillings can be easily replaced.
✓Many problems which we see early may have long term effects on your child’s growth.
✓In particular, children who snore, grind their teeth, have restless sleep, or wet the bed into older ages can have a sleep breathing disorder which may affect the future growth and development of their jaws.
✓If not addressed, there are many significant effects on your child’s general health, such as recurrent middle ear infections (otitis media), juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, increased blood pressure, and even reduced IQ!
✓There is even some evidence which indicates that early intervention could lead to your child having a reduced chance of requiring corrective surgery later in life
✓Do take your child to the Dentist regularly to diagnose problem at an early stage
Why is respiration through the mouth harmful?
✓High palates, long skinny faces and impacted teeth all begin with a mouth breathing habit.
✓In adults, mouth breathing, snoring and sleep apnea can progress to obstructive sleep apnea. It’s a condition linked to heart failure, high blood pressure and Alzheimer’s disease.
✓In children, interrupted breathing during sleep can have severe effects on brain growth. Their brain needs uninterrupted periods of oxygen-rich sleep to rest and regenerate. Oxygen deprivation damages this process. Sleep apnea in children is known to increase risk of hyperactivity, ADHD, tiredness, and poor concentration.
✓Causes for mouth breathing include:
•Poor Jaw development
✓The good news is that if the problem is identified early on, a child can be retrained to breathe correctly through their nose. This has great benefits for their development, general health and their teeth. It’s a simple way to prevent braces naturally!
-Your eyes may be the doorway into your soul. But your mouth is the window to your overall health.
-By looking at your teeth, tongue and gums, a dentist can get very important clues about what’s going on throughout the rest of your body—and even identify possible problems.
-So good dental hygiene does so much more than clean your teeth and freshen your breath. It could save your life.
-Research shows a strong connection between poor oral health and cardiovascular disease (including heart attack and stroke), Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes.
-Poor oral health and gum disease also raise the risk of chronic kidney disease, as well as pregnancy complications.
When bacteria in plaque come into contact with food, they produce acids. These acids lead to cavities.
Poor oral hygiene can lead to a build-up of harm dental plaque, which can eventually result in tooth decay and gum disease. Unhealthy teeth can cause various health issues:
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• Teeth Cleaning & Treatment (Surgery) for Pyorrhea
• Silver Filling, Cement Filling, Composite (Restoration) Filling
• Implants (Single, Multiple & Full Mouth)
• Dentures (Fixed & Removable)
• Treatment for Maligned Teeth (Ortho Treatment)
• Removal of Teeth (Extraction)
• Pediatric Dentistry
• Dental Jewellery
• Sports Dentistry
• Full Mouth Rehabilitation
• Whitening of Teeth (Bleaching)
• Cosmetic Dentistry
• Smile Designing
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