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TOOTHACHE CURE BY -  COMPLETE, PERMANENT , EASY, SAFE , FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN HOMOEOPATHY CURE

A toothache is a pain in or around a tooth that may be caused by:

Tooth decay
Abscessed tooth
Tooth fracture
A damaged filling
Repetitive motions, such as chewing gum or grinding teeth
Infected gums
Symptoms of a toothache may include:

Tooth pain that may be sharp, throbbing, or constant. In some people, pain results only when pressure is applied to the tooth.
Swelling around the tooth
Fever or headache
Foul-tasting drainage from the infected tooth

When Should I See a Dentist About a Toothache?
See your dentist as soon as possible about your toothache if:

You have a toothache that lasts longer than 1 or 2 days
Your toothache is severe
You have a fever, earache, or pain upon opening your mouth wide
Proper identification and treatment of dental infections is important to prevent its spread to other parts of the face and skull and possibly even to the bloodstream.

What Happens When I Go to the Dentist for a Toothache?
To treat your toothache, your dentist will first obtain your medical history and conduct a physical exam. He or she will ask you questions about the pain, such as when the pain started, how severe it is, where the pain is located, what makes the pain worse, and what makes it better. Your dentist will examine your mouth, teeth, gums, jaws, tongue, throat, sinuses, ears, nose, and neck. X-rays may be taken as well as other tests, depending on what your dentist suspects is causing your toothache.

What Treatments Are Available for a Toothache?
Treatment for a toothache depends on the cause. If a cavity is causing the toothache, your dentist will fill the cavity or possibly extract the tooth, if necessary. A root canal might be needed if the cause of the toothache is determined to be an infection of the tooth’s nerve. Bacteria that have worked their way into the inner aspects of the tooth cause such an infection. An antibiotic may be prescribed if there is fever or swelling of the jaw. Occasionally, phototherapy with a cold laser, usually in conjunction with another treatment, may be used to reduce the pain and inflammation associated with the toothache.

How Can Toothaches Be Prevented?
Since most toothaches are the result of tooth decay, following good oral hygiene practices can prevent toothaches. Good oral hygiene practices consist of brushing regularly with a fluoride-containing toothpaste, flossing once daily, rinsing once or twice a day with an antiseptic mouthwash, and seeing your dentist twice a year for professional cleaning. In addition to these practices, eat foods low in sugar and ask your dentist about sealants and fluoride applications.
DR ARPIT CHOPRA (MD HOMOEOPATHY)
Chief Consultant Homoeopath & Biochemic
AAROGYA SUPERSPECIALITY MODERN HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC(Computerised)
102, First Floor, Krishna Tower, Opposite Curewell
Hospital, Newpalasia, Indore (M.P.)
Mob 9713092737 /  9713037737/ 9907527914(whats up no)
PH - 0731-2532737, 3961737
website- www.homoeopathycure.com
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TOOTHACHE CURE BY - COMPLETE, PERMANENT , EASY, SAFE , FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN HOMOEOPATHY CURE A toothache is a pain in or around a tooth that may be caused by: Tooth decay Abscessed tooth Tooth fracture A damaged filling Repetitive motions, such as chewing gum or grinding teeth Infected gums Symptoms of a toothache may include: Tooth pain that may be sharp, throbbing, or constant. In some people, pain results only when pressure is applied to the tooth. Swelling around the tooth Fever or headache Foul-tasting drainage from the infected tooth When Should I See a Dentist About a Toothache? See your dentist as soon as possible about your toothache if: You have a toothache that lasts longer than 1 or 2 days Your toothache is severe You have a fever, earache, or pain upon opening your mouth wide Proper identification and treatment of dental infections is important to prevent its spread to other parts of the face and skull and possibly even to the bloodstream. What Happens When I Go to the Dentist for a Toothache? To treat your toothache, your dentist will first obtain your medical history and conduct a physical exam. He or she will ask you questions about the pain, such as when the pain started, how severe it is, where the pain is located, what makes the pain worse, and what makes it better. Your dentist will examine your mouth, teeth, gums, jaws, tongue, throat, sinuses, ears, nose, and neck. X-rays may be taken as well as other tests, depending on what your dentist suspects is causing your toothache. What Treatments Are Available for a Toothache? Treatment for a toothache depends on the cause. If a cavity is causing the toothache, your dentist will fill the cavity or possibly extract the tooth, if necessary. A root canal might be needed if the cause of the toothache is determined to be an infection of the tooth’s nerve. Bacteria that have worked their way into the inner aspects of the tooth cause such an infection. An antibiotic may be prescribed if there is fever or swelling of the jaw. Occasionally, phototherapy with a cold laser, usually in conjunction with another treatment, may be used to reduce the pain and inflammation associated with the toothache. How Can Toothaches Be Prevented? Since most toothaches are the result of tooth decay, following good oral hygiene practices can prevent toothaches. Good oral hygiene practices consist of brushing regularly with a fluoride-containing toothpaste, flossing once daily, rinsing once or twice a day with an antiseptic mouthwash, and seeing your dentist twice a year for professional cleaning. In addition to these practices, eat foods low in sugar and ask your dentist about sealants and fluoride applications. DR ARPIT CHOPRA (MD HOMOEOPATHY) Chief Consultant Homoeopath & Biochemic AAROGYA SUPERSPECIALITY MODERN HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC(Computerised) 102, First Floor, Krishna Tower, Opposite Curewell Hospital, Newpalasia, Indore (M.P.) Mob 9713092737 / 9713037737/ 9907527914(whats up no) PH - 0731-2532737, 3961737 website- www.homoeopathycure.com
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TOOTHACHE CURE BY - COMPLETE, PERMANENT , EASY, SAFE , FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN HOMOEOPATHY CURE A toothache is a pain in or around a tooth that may be caused by: Tooth decay Abscessed tooth Tooth fracture A damaged filling Repetitive motions, such as chewing gum or grinding teeth Infected gums Symptoms of a toothache may include: Tooth pain that may be sharp, throbbing, or constant. In some people, pain results only when pressure is applied to the tooth. Swelling around the tooth Fever or headache Foul-tasting drainage from the infected tooth When Should I See a Dentist About a Toothache? See your dentist as soon as possible about your toothache if: You have a toothache that lasts longer than 1 or 2 days Your toothache is severe You have a fever, earache, or pain upon opening your mouth wide Proper identification and treatment of dental infections is important to prevent its spread to other parts of the face and skull and possibly even to the bloodstream. What Happens When I Go to the Dentist for a Toothache? To treat your toothache, your dentist will first obtain your medical history and conduct a physical exam. He or she will ask you questions about the pain, such as when the pain started, how severe it is, where the pain is located, what makes the pain worse, and what makes it better. Your dentist will examine your mouth, teeth, gums, jaws, tongue, throat, sinuses, ears, nose, and neck. X-rays may be taken as well as other tests, depending on what your dentist suspects is causing your toothache. What Treatments Are Available for a Toothache? Treatment for a toothache depends on the cause. If a cavity is causing the toothache, your dentist will fill the cavity or possibly extract the tooth, if necessary. A root canal might be needed if the cause of the toothache is determined to be an infection of the tooth’s nerve. Bacteria that have worked their way into the inner aspects of the tooth cause such an infection. An antibiotic may be prescribed if there is fever or swelling of the jaw. Occasionally, phototherapy with a cold laser, usually in conjunction with another treatment, may be used to reduce the pain and inflammation associated with the toothache. How Can Toothaches Be Prevented? Since most toothaches are the result of tooth decay, following good oral hygiene practices can prevent toothaches. Good oral hygiene practices consist of brushing regularly with a fluoride-containing toothpaste, flossing once daily, rinsing once or twice a day with an antiseptic mouthwash, and seeing your dentist twice a year for professional cleaning. In addition to these practices, eat foods low in sugar and ask your dentist about sealants and fluoride applications. DR ARPIT CHOPRA (MD HOMOEOPATHY) Chief Consultant Homoeopath & Biochemic AAROGYA SUPERSPECIALITY MODERN HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC(Computerised) 102, First Floor, Krishna Tower, Opposite Curewell Hospital, Newpalasia, Indore (M.P.) Mob 9713092737 / 9713037737/ 9907527914(whats up no) PH - 0731-2532737, 3961737 website- www.homoeopathycure.com For more info visit us at http://aarogyahomoeopathyindore.com/bizFloat/59c3753e3bfda20b5872264f/TOOTHACHE-CURE-BY-COMPLETE-PERMANENT-EASY-SAFE-FAST-COSTEFFECTIVE-PERMANENT-MODERN-HOMOEOPATHY-CURE-A-toothache-is-a-pain-in-or-around-a-tooth-that-may-be-caused-by-Tooth-decay-Abscessed-tooth-Tooth-f
MOUTH ULCER CURE BY - COMPLETE, PERMANENT , EASY, SAFE , FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN HOMOEOPATHY CURE
Mouth ulcers — also known as canker sores — are normally small, painful lesions that develop in your mouth or at the base of your gums. They can make eating, drinking, and talking uncomfortable. Women (more than men), adolescents, and people with a family history of mouth ulcers are at higher risk for developing mouth ulcers.
Mouth ulcers aren’t contagious and usually go away within one to two weeks. However, if you get a canker sore that is large or extremely painful or if it lasts for a long time without healing, you should seek the advice of a doctor.

What Triggers Mouth Ulcers?

There is no definite cause behind mouth ulcers. However, certain factors and triggers have been identified. These include:

minor mouth injury from dental work, hard brushing, sports injury, or accidental bite
toothpastes and mouth rinses that contain sodium lauryl sulfate
food sensitivities to acidic foods like strawberries, citrus, and pineapples, and other trigger foods like chocolate and coffee
lack of essential vitamins, especially B-12, zinc, folate, and iron
allergic response to mouth bacteria
dental braces
hormonal changes during menstruation
emotional stress or lack of sleep
bacterial, viral, or fungal infections
DR ARPIT CHOPRA (MD HOMOEOPATHY)
Chief Consultant Homoeopath & Biochemic
AAROGYA SUPERSPECIALITY MODERN HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC(Computerised)
102, First Floor, Krishna Tower, Opposite Curewell
Hospital, Newpalasia, Indore (M.P.)
Mob 9713092737 /  9713037737/ 9907527914(whats up no)
PH - 0731-2532737, 3961737
website- www.homoeopathycure.com
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MOUTH ULCER CURE BY - COMPLETE, PERMANENT , EASY, SAFE , FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN HOMOEOPATHY CURE Mouth ulcers — also known as canker sores — are normally small, painful lesions that develop in your mouth or at the base of your gums. They can make eating, drinking, and talking uncomfortable. Women (more than men), adolescents, and people with a family history of mouth ulcers are at higher risk for developing mouth ulcers. Mouth ulcers aren’t contagious and usually go away within one to two weeks. However, if you get a canker sore that is large or extremely painful or if it lasts for a long time without healing, you should seek the advice of a doctor. What Triggers Mouth Ulcers? There is no definite cause behind mouth ulcers. However, certain factors and triggers have been identified. These include: minor mouth injury from dental work, hard brushing, sports injury, or accidental bite toothpastes and mouth rinses that contain sodium lauryl sulfate food sensitivities to acidic foods like strawberries, citrus, and pineapples, and other trigger foods like chocolate and coffee lack of essential vitamins, especially B-12, zinc, folate, and iron allergic response to mouth bacteria dental braces hormonal changes during menstruation emotional stress or lack of sleep bacterial, viral, or fungal infections DR ARPIT CHOPRA (MD HOMOEOPATHY) Chief Consultant Homoeopath & Biochemic AAROGYA SUPERSPECIALITY MODERN HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC(Computerised) 102, First Floor, Krishna Tower, Opposite Curewell Hospital, Newpalasia, Indore (M.P.) Mob 9713092737 / 9713037737/ 9907527914(whats up no) PH - 0731-2532737, 3961737 website- www.homoeopathycure.com
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MOUTH ULCER CURE BY - COMPLETE, PERMANENT , EASY, SAFE , FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN HOMOEOPATHY CURE Mouth ulcers — also known as canker sores — are normally small, painful lesions that develop in your mouth or at the base of your gums. They can make eating, drinking, and talking uncomfortable. Women (more than men), adolescents, and people with a family history of mouth ulcers are at higher risk for developing mouth ulcers. Mouth ulcers aren’t contagious and usually go away within one to two weeks. However, if you get a canker sore that is large or extremely painful or if it lasts for a long time without healing, you should seek the advice of a doctor. What Triggers Mouth Ulcers? There is no definite cause behind mouth ulcers. However, certain factors and triggers have been identified. These include: minor mouth injury from dental work, hard brushing, sports injury, or accidental bite toothpastes and mouth rinses that contain sodium lauryl sulfate food sensitivities to acidic foods like strawberries, citrus, and pineapples, and other trigger foods like chocolate and coffee lack of essential vitamins, especially B-12, zinc, folate, and iron allergic response to mouth bacteria dental braces hormonal changes during menstruation emotional stress or lack of sleep bacterial, viral, or fungal infections DR ARPIT CHOPRA (MD HOMOEOPATHY) Chief Consultant Homoeopath & Biochemic AAROGYA SUPERSPECIALITY MODERN HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC(Computerised) 102, First Floor, Krishna Tower, Opposite Curewell Hospital, Newpalasia, Indore (M.P.) Mob 9713092737 / 9713037737/ 9907527914(whats up no) PH - 0731-2532737, 3961737 website- www.homoeopathycure.com For more info visit us at http://aarogyahomoeopathyindore.com/bizFloat/59a9251c7eb2ac0cccc46b32/MOUTH-ULCER-CURE-BY-COMPLETE-PERMANENT-EASY-SAFE-FAST-COSTEFFECTIVE-PERMANENT-MODERN-HOMOEOPATHY-CURE-Mouth-ulcers-also-known-as-canker-sores-are-normally-small-painful-lesions-that-develop-in-your-mo
POLYPS IN UTERUS CURE BY -  COMPLETE, PERMANENT , EASY, SAFE , FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN HOMOEOPATHY CURE

Polyps of the uterus are benign overgrowths, or bulges, of the normal tissue lining the uterus into the uterine cavity. Polyps may also be found in the uterine cervix. Polyps are usually attached to the underlying tissue by a base or stalk, and they vary in size. Polyps only rarely contain cancerous cells.
Uterine polyps are growths attached to the inner wall of the uterus that extend into the uterine cavity. Overgrowth of cells in the lining of the uterus (endometrium) leads to the formation of uterine polyps, also known as endometrial polyps. These polyps are usually noncancerous (benign), although some can be cancerous or can eventually turn into cancer (precancerous polyps).

Uterine polyps range in size from a few millimeters — no larger than a sesame seed — to several centimeters — golf-ball-size or larger. They attach to the uterine wall by a large base or a thin stalk.

You can have one or many uterine polyps. They usually stay contained within your uterus, but occasionally, they slip down through the opening of the uterus (cervix) into your vagina. Uterine polyps most commonly occur in women who are going through or have completed menopause, although younger women can get them, too.

A polyp in the uterus is an overgrowth of tissue that arises from the endometrium – the uterine lining. This tissue is expelled during the menstrual cycle. After a period, the endometrium regenerates rapidly under the influence of hormones. Polyps occur in areas where the lining grows in excess.

Uterine polyps are oval or round, they remain attached to the uterine wall by a large base or a thin stalk. Polyps usually occur in perimenopausal or postmenopausal women. Although polyps are usually contained within the uterus, they may occasionally arise on the surface of the cervical canal.
DR ARPIT CHOPRA (MD HOMOEOPATHY)
Chief Consultant Homoeopath & Biochemic
AAROGYA SUPERSPECIALITY MODERN HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC(Computerised)
102, First Floor, Krishna Tower, Opposite Curewell
Hospital, Newpalasia, Indore (M.P.)
Mob 9713092737 /  9713037737/ 9907527914(whats up no)
PH - 0731-2532737, 3961737
website- www.homoeopathycure.com
1504853951
POLYPS IN UTERUS CURE BY - COMPLETE, PERMANENT , EASY, SAFE , FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN HOMOEOPATHY CURE Polyps of the uterus are benign overgrowths, or bulges, of the normal tissue lining the uterus into the uterine cavity. Polyps may also be found in the uterine cervix. Polyps are usually attached to the underlying tissue by a base or stalk, and they vary in size. Polyps only rarely contain cancerous cells. Uterine polyps are growths attached to the inner wall of the uterus that extend into the uterine cavity. Overgrowth of cells in the lining of the uterus (endometrium) leads to the formation of uterine polyps, also known as endometrial polyps. These polyps are usually noncancerous (benign), although some can be cancerous or can eventually turn into cancer (precancerous polyps). Uterine polyps range in size from a few millimeters — no larger than a sesame seed — to several centimeters — golf-ball-size or larger. They attach to the uterine wall by a large base or a thin stalk. You can have one or many uterine polyps. They usually stay contained within your uterus, but occasionally, they slip down through the opening of the uterus (cervix) into your vagina. Uterine polyps most commonly occur in women who are going through or have completed menopause, although younger women can get them, too. A polyp in the uterus is an overgrowth of tissue that arises from the endometrium – the uterine lining. This tissue is expelled during the menstrual cycle. After a period, the endometrium regenerates rapidly under the influence of hormones. Polyps occur in areas where the lining grows in excess. Uterine polyps are oval or round, they remain attached to the uterine wall by a large base or a thin stalk. Polyps usually occur in perimenopausal or postmenopausal women. Although polyps are usually contained within the uterus, they may occasionally arise on the surface of the cervical canal. DR ARPIT CHOPRA (MD HOMOEOPATHY) Chief Consultant Homoeopath & Biochemic AAROGYA SUPERSPECIALITY MODERN HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC(Computerised) 102, First Floor, Krishna Tower, Opposite Curewell Hospital, Newpalasia, Indore (M.P.) Mob 9713092737 / 9713037737/ 9907527914(whats up no) PH - 0731-2532737, 3961737 website- www.homoeopathycure.com

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