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7 Common Dental Problems and How Our Dental Clinic in Chandigarh Can Treat Them


Published Date: February 15, 2024 Last Update: May 18, 2024

Author: Dr. Kirandeep Kaur

Who doesn’t want healthy teeth and gums for a happy and bright smile? But unfortunately, more than half of the people who are residing in Chandigarh are suffering from various types of common dental problems. Dental problems can be caused due to many factors such as poor oral hygiene and bad eating habits which can be troublesome. However, with the right treatment, most of the dental problems can be easily treated. Read on to know the seven common dental problems and how to treat them effectively.

Common Dental Problems and Their Treatment

1. Teeth Staining:

Teeth staining can be caused due to various factors such as smoking, chewing tobacco, overdosage of certain medicines, or failing to maintain proper dental hygiene or trauma, etc.


Our expert team of dentists in Chandigarh can effectively whiten your teeth with the help of a laser teeth whitening procedure. Laser teeth whitening treatment in Chandigarh is painless, safe, fast, and convenient. This procedure is gentle on teeth and gums and gives long-lasting results.

2. Tooth Decay:

Tooth decay is formed from little black spots or holes on the tooth surface that are also known as cavities which progress further and lead to decay. Cavities can be formed when sticky food particles remain on the tooth surface produce acids from the sugary food content and build up dental plaque to form tooth decay. There are three main symptoms of tooth decay and that are bad breath, sensitivity from cold and hot foods, and an unpleasant taste in the mouth.


The treatment of tooth decay can vary depending on the condition of your tooth. Our treatment options include dental filling, crown, root canal, and tooth extraction. In order to prevent dental decay, you can schedule your appointment to get regular checkups from our best dental clinic in Chandigarh experts to scrape the plaque from your teeth.

3. Bad Breath and Tooth Sensitivity:

Tooth sensitivity and bad breath are the most common dental problems that more than 60% of older Tricity residents are suffering from. Eating ice cream, cold, and hot coffee tastes really good, but it also makes you wince when hits your teeth. The reason of bad breath and tooth sensitivity could be worn tooth enamel or fillings, gum disease, cavities, fractured teeth, or exposed roots. Generally, the sign of tooth sensitivity involves experiencing discomfort or pain in your teeth from cold and hot beverages and foods. Some patients may also experience discomfort from flossing and brushing. Whereas, the bad breath can be caused by various factors such as acid reflux, poor oral hygiene, certain medications, dry mouth, or oral cancer. Furthermore, eating tobacco, smoking, and consuming garlic, onion, and canned tuna can also cause bad breath.


The treatment of tooth sensitivity will be done, once our dentist does a thorough assessment. After figuring out the actual cause, our dentist might suggest you root canal, a filling to cover the exposed roots of your bad tooth, or gums treatment to replace tissue lost at the root. Or you might just need a desensitizing toothpaste or a fluoride gel.

4. Chipped or Broken Tooth:

Chipped or broken tooth is a type of dental injury that can be caused by accidents. Other reasons may include chewing hard foods, grinding of teeth, and mouth piercings. Depending up on the extent of the damage, the broken tooth can cause a lot of pain if proper treatment is not taken at the right time. That’s why it’s important to examine your tooth regardless of how bad you think the crack or chip is.


Our dentist first examines your chipped tooth and then, recommend the treatment depending up on your tooth’s condition. If the chip is large then the crown or a tooth-colored filling is required to replace the area that was chipped. But if the pulp is at risk, a root canal may be needed followed by a veneer or crown.

7 Common Dental Problems

5. Gums Disease:

If your gums are tender, receding their gum line, and bleed easily when brushing and flossing then you might have gum disease which is also known as gingivitis. Gingivitis can be caused when the buildup of plaque below the gum line is left untreated. Because of that your teeth might shift or become loose which can make it harder to chew anything. The symptoms of gums disease include bad breath, bleeding gums, red, swollen gums, pain and inflammation in gums, and sore gums.


You can visit our dentist if you experience any symptoms of gingivitis in order to prevent further complications like bone loss. Both surgical and non-surgical approaches are available for treating gum disease. Under the non-surgical approach, our expert dentist at Life Care Dental Clinic carefully removes the plaque and tartar from your tooth’s root, whereas in surgical treatment, our dentist eliminates the infection in your gums or regenerates lost bone through surgery. Periodontitis can be treated with scaling and root planing and with topical antibiotics to treat the infection.

6. Crooked or Misaligned Teeth:

Irregularly positioned or misaligned teeth not only hamper the normal functioning of the oral cavity but also give poor aesthetics. Not only children but 20-25% of adults also have misaligned teeth that interfere with their chewing ability. Crooked teeth can also cause extensive wear to your teeth, and can be hard to clean. Misaligned teeth can lead to tooth decay, cracked teeth, chronic headaches, and other health problems if not fixed on time.


Misaligned teeth can easily align with the help of orthodontic treatment which helps in regaining the normal anatomical position of the teeth. Orthodontic treatment also helps to improve overall dental health, gives better aesthetics, relieves symptoms like jaw pain, and restores overall functionality. Our orthodontist experts have braces (metal or trays), aligners, and retainer services depending on the patient’s preference.

7. Impacted wisdom tooth:

Impacted wisdom tooth is also a very common problem that occurs in the early or late twenties. Sometimes the tooth erupts partially and sometimes it never comes out as it gets obstructed by the teeth or soft tissue. A wisdom tooth can cause pain, infection, and damage to the neighbor tooth when it fails to erupt properly through the gum line.


An impacted wisdom tooth is usually extracted surgically in one day with less pain, bleeding, and swelling. Our dentist in Chandigarh will first take your mouth’s X-ray to examine whether you have an impacted tooth or not. The X-ray can also show if other neighboring teeth or bones are damaged. And if your tooth is impacted, then our dentist will surgically remove the impacted wisdom tooth.


Dental problems can negatively impact your self-confidence, general health, and quality of life. So, if you are suffering from any dental problem, contact our experts for your regular check-up so we can start the right treatment as soon as possible.

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