Testimonials

  • Preetika Sahani

    My experience at MFD was wonderful. I love the ambience and set up. The doctors were very helpful and were pleasant to talk to. They shared some interesting info about taking care of your teeth and gum that I never knew. MFD definitely knows how to take care of their patients.

  • Sanjeev Masters

    I rarely trust a dentist, but my experience at MFD was a pleasant one. A warm welcome, the services were prompt, the docs were understanding and most importantly, the set up was clean. This was important for me as I have had bad experiences in the past with dentists. I will surely visit again and recommend the place to my friends and family. A suggestion, they should probably have a bigger place at the waiting room for the visitors.

  • Govind Chakraborty

    I had an EXCELLENT time, even though it was at a dentist's clinic. I got my smile makeover, dental implants. I experienced a very professional, pain-free and a friendly service from all. And to top all of this, these services were at very attractive and lucrative prices as well. Thanks for making me smile more.

  • SN Rath, President Prince Housing Society, Patparganj

    A free dental check - up and awareness camp was organised in Prince Cooperative Housing Society on June 16th 2013 by My Family Dentist. What caught my immediate attention was that hygiene was of primary importance as all the instruments used were disposable and hence emphasizing the key fact of maintaining hygiene at every level. Several residents visited the dental camp and left satisfied with the high standard services and advice provided by the doctors at the camp. The unbiased observation and the willingness to help people without forcing them to visit their clinic was highly appreciated.

Tips & Trivia

    • The hardest thing in your body is the enamel on your teeth
    • A child will usually have 20 teeth by age 2
    • Proper brushing involves moving the brush in soft, short strokes. Position the brush in a way that it forms a 45 degree angle against the gum and move the brush in a circular motion away from the gum
    • Flossing before brushing helps dislodge plaque and food debris so brushing can wipe it away
    • Avoid drinking water for at least 30 min after tea to avoid teeth staining
    • Avoid dry mouth - Saliva provides an essential defence against tooth decay and periodontal disease. Where there is insufficient saliva serious dental health problems can arise
    • If you are looking for a good mouthwash then make sure it is alcohol-free, as alcohol is an irritant and can dry out the mouth. This will have the effect of reducing the amount of saliva present, and make your teeth more susceptible to bacteria
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