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Dr. Rosemol A Francis, chief Dentist of Hale Dentistry, and her team of highly professional Dental experts have drafted some of the vital FAQ for your doubts; any additional queries can be clarified upon a Consultation at the clinic with an appointment.

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Once in 6 months, but it depends on the amount of stain or dental plaque on a tooth and which may lead to tooth decay or tooth loss.

No, it's just a vibrating machine that will remove your stains and plaque.

Because of color containing food, tobacco, betel nut, colored toothpaste, etc., and a long term usage of any of these products will lead to stains in your teeth.

No for the majority of people just by brushing plaque and stains problem cannot be rectified, for example, people who are extensive consumers of coffee or tea, or regular users of tobacco, betel nut, or any such things. Scaling helps them to keep their oral cavity neat and clean which also helps them with a lot of other oral health benefits.

If you follow the medication as instructed by your doctor after the treatment you would not get sensitivity.

Yes, but the only bearable amount, if you feel discomfort you can inform your dentist and your dentist will provide temporary local anesthesia by spraying it in your mouth which will make you feel numbness while scaling.

No by doing scaling won't, but if your teeth are covered with plaque and stains left untreated, yes you might lose your one or two.


Not always but, if the condition is worse then it’s better to remove the teeth.

Yes, because if your child is having pain in a tooth, she or he will not be able to chew food by that side of the mouth, and she or he will not get enough nutrition to there body and it’ll lead to malnutrition.

Yes, if we could stop caries growth by cleaning and filling it, she or he doesn’t have to undergo RCT.

No, it will not happen because of caries in milk teeth, depending on how they maintain their oral hygiene later in life after the permanent teeth grow it may or may not occur.

Yes, it will come, if it’s the correct time to pop out, if there is little delay .. consult your dentist, they’ll help you out with that.

Only after a detailed examination by your dentist, a particular dental appliance recommended by them can be used. Not necessary for every child.

After 13 yrs, because the time when all of their permanent teeth would’ve come, but again depends on each case detailed examination by a professional dentist needed before you decide.

Yes definitely, you should mention that to the doctor before the treatment procedure.


No, it won’t if it is a permanent fixing and you take care of your oral hygiene.

It depends on the quality of the product you chose to use on the dentist’s advice while fixing and how you maintain it in the long run.

Yes, there are options of shades that we can match the color of your tooth.

Normally not necessary, but in some special cases, you might need to, for a very short time.

No, not at all, if you maintain it well.

Normally don’t but Yes like any other normal tooth behavior, if you have a very hard impact like falling on it or getting it punched you might break it.

Yes, there are possibilities, but it depends upon your remaining tooth structure and condition.


Mostly ten to fifteen days depending on the cooperation of the patient and availability of the laboratory.

Yes since it is removable you need to take good care of it. if you drop it would be damaged.

Three to Four years normally. How long it will take to get adapted wid the new denture? One week to one month.


To save your natural teeth before its too late and reaches the state that it must be removed.

Your dentist will give local anesthesia inside your mouth so that you won’t have pain while doing the procedure.

Yes, you can but avoid very hard to bite substance, and also you will be tempted to bite on the same side to check if everything is ok but you strictly should not.

Yes, you will have to wear a crown, to save ur RCT treated teeth from further damage and breaking.

1st visit: 15 to 20 mins,
2nd visit: 25 to 30 mins,
3rd visit: 10 to 15 mins.


Yes, it’s advised, so you can save your teeth from a deep cavity, sensitivity, pain, or any further complication.

Depends on the quality and type of cavity you choose upon the advice from your dentist.

No, normally it will not pain, but if the cavity is deeper than normal you might feel little sensitivity.

Yes, you can get the same color filling.


If you have spacing, crowding, etc., to correct that and bring back your teeth into the normal alignment.

No, it will not be painful.

Yes, for about a week you will be conscious and feel disturbed, but then you’ll get used to it.

One to one and a ½ years, mostly depending upon the way how the patient maintains the fixture.

Strictly should not have anything hard to bite. You can have semi-solid foods or you can cut it into small pieces or grind it and have.

Yes, you have to use a different type of toothbrush.

The first visit to fix the braces might take forty-five min to one hour.

Yes, you will have to visit the doctor at regular intervals to make sure everything is correct and if any minor adjustments need that has to be done.

Anytime after 13 years, depends on the requirement of each patient.


No, but you can feel, what the doctor is doing.

Yes, you can speak, but it’ll be little difference till ur injection dose subsides.

Yes, it will stop in minutes, if it’s not stopping, talk to your dentist, she/he will give you a simple medication that will solve the problem.

For adult: No it won’t grow back again.

For children: yes it will if it is a milk tooth.

Depends, if your wisdom tooth is not growing in the correct direction it is supposed to, and it causes damage to the adjoint tooth or any bones or nerves as such, yes, it has to be extracted which is normal.

Yes, it is normal to have it sutured, the large gap created in the area where the wisdom tooth is extracted has a high risk of infection if left unsutured.

Yes, we need to take mild medication. An injection will be required in special cases only.

You can have liquid food for one day, and semi-solid food for a week, should not bite in the side where extraction is done till it heals completely.

Mostly after a week, but again it may vary depending upon certain cases.

Mostly after a week, but again it may vary depending upon certain cases.

Yes if there is a possibility depending upon the damage we can do alternation to save it or else the only option is extraction.


When your gums and jaw bone are infected we do surgery to prevent your gums from further damages.

No, absolutely no pain and no blood.

Mostly two but again depends upon each patient.