In today’s fast-paced world, prioritizing our health often takes a backseat. However, when it comes to our oral health, neglecting it can lead to various issues. Here is how booking an online consultation with our team of doctors can help you combat some of the following oral health issues.

Here we are shedding light on the myriad aspects of oral health, covering everything from dental emergencies to speech development. So, it’s time for you to embark on a journey to understanding and safeguarding your precious smile.

Here are some the fields where we can help you.

1. Dental Emergencies: Knocked Out Tooth, Chipped Tooth

Dental emergencies can strike at any moment, leaving you in a state of panic. Whether it’s a knocked-out tooth or a chipped one, immediate action is crucial. Emergency dental care is vital to save your tooth and prevent further damage. Remember, time is of the essence. Our team works 7 days a week and can help and guide you in such situations.

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2. Teething Troubles

For parents, the teething phase in infants can be challenging. Understanding the signs and symptoms of teething troubles is essential. Teething rings and gentle gum massages can provide relief, ensuring a smoother transition for your little one. You meed to know what to do and what not to for that our team of specialised dentists can guide you and make your life with a teething infant easier.


3. Dental Pain Management

Persistent dental pain can disrupt daily life. Addressing the root cause of the pain is paramount. From over-the-counter pain relievers to prescribed medications, explore your options with us to find a suitable solution. We prescribe medicines according to your age, health conditions and dental issues.

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4. Thumb Sucking and Pacifier Use

Thumb sucking and pacifier use are common habits in early childhood. While comforting, they can impact oral development. Learn from us about effective strategies to gently discourage these habits and promote healthy oral development.

5. Early Childhood Cavities

early childhood caries and the pain associated with it one of the leading cause of why children miss their school in the early years. Preventing cavities in early childhood is crucial for long-term oral health. Establishing a proper oral care routine, including regular dental check-ups and fluoride treatments, can significantly reduce the risk of cavities. 

Learn with us the most optimal childhood cavities solution with us from the comforts of your home.

6. Orthodontic Concerns

Orthodontic concerns, such as misaligned teeth or jaw issues, should be addressed early. Do online consultation with our orthodontic specialist to explore treatment options, including braces or Invisalign, to achieve a confident and healthy smile.

7. Oral Hygiene Education

Proper oral hygiene is the foundation of a healthy smile. Learn about the correct brushing and flossing techniques, and the importance of regular dental check-ups for early detection of issues. We make learning oral hygiene maintenance education fun for your child through our online sessions. You can book your session now. 

8. Nutritional Guidance

Diet plays a pivotal role in oral health. We all know incorporating calcium-rich foods in our diet for strong teeth and avoiding excessive sugar intake is important but do you know what exact foods should be given and which should be avoided? A balanced diet not only benefits your overall health but also contributes to a radiant smile. To learn more about it contact us.

9. Speech Development

Oral health is intricately linked to speech development. Addressing oral issues early on can positively impact speech development in children. Consult with us if concerns arise.

10. Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity can be discomforting. It feels horrible if you can not enjoy your favourite food. Identify the triggers, such as hot or cold beverages, and explore desensitizing toothpaste options for relief is important. We can help you in that. 

11. Gum Disease Management

Gum disease, if left untreated, can lead to serious complications. Practice good oral hygiene, and if symptoms persist, seek professional help from our online consultation for gum disease management.

12. Denture Care

For individuals with dentures, proper care is essential. Follow the recommended denture cleaning routine to ensure longevity and maintain oral health.

All elderly people can book an online session with us where we can guide them properly in the language of their choice (English, Urdu, Punjabi) 

13. Dry Mouth Issues

Dry mouth can result from various factors, including medications or medical conditions. Stay hydrated and consider using saliva substitutes to alleviate discomfort. We can guide you regarding what to choose.

14. Bad Breath

Persistent bad breath can be embarrassing. Maintain good oral hygiene, use alcohol-free mouthwash, and address any underlying issues with us for effective bad breath management.

15. Yellowing of Teeth

Yellowing of teeth is a common concern. Explore teeth whitening options with us to regain a bright, confident smile.

16. Oral Ulcers

Oral ulcers can be painful. While most heal on their own, persistent ulcers may require professional evaluation. Maintain oral hygiene and use soothing gels for relief. 

17. Oral Screening

Regular oral screenings are essential for early detection of potential issues. Schedule routine check-ups with us from the comforts of your home to ensure comprehensive oral health.



Prioritizing your oral health is an investment in your overall well-being. From dental emergencies to everyday concerns like bad breath, taking proactive measures can lead to a lifetime of healthy smiles. Remember, a routine of good oral care practices coupled with professional guidance is the key to maintaining optimal oral health.


How do you take care of your oral health?

Maintaining oral health involves daily practices such as regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups.

What are 5 oral health diseases?

Five common oral health diseases include cavities, gum disease, bad breath, tooth sensitivity, and oral cancer.

What is poor oral health?

Poor oral health refers to conditions like cavities, gum infections, and other issues resulting from inadequate dental care, leading to overall oral health deterioration.

Did you know that a high number of dental problems can be solved by taking precautions and changing habits? Tele-dentistry can help guide you in these matters and give you a solution in the comfort of your home.

You can always book an appointment with us and let us guide you in the best course of action to a quick recovery.