DR. ANIL GUDIPATI
Good Teeth For Life
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Dr. Anil Gudipati is an active member of the dental community dedicated to a lifelong commitment to exceptional patient care.
MEET ANIL GUDIPATI, BDS. DDS. FAGD
Dr. Gudipati has been practicing dentistry since 2002 after
receiving a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree from the Manipal College of Dental Sciences in India. He then went on to train at NYU College of Dentistry in New York and received DDS degree in 2011.
In his 13+ years of practicing General Dentistry, Dr.
Gudipati has skillfully performed procedures ranging from composite restorations, Root canal treatment, Wisdom teeth removal to Implant dentistry. Dr. Gudipati believes that Dentistry is a combination of an art and a science and is
passionate about developing his skills in all areas of dentistry by educating himself on the latest and best practices in the field. In fact, he holds a Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD) which is held by only 6% of the General Dentists in North America.
Dr. Gudipati is married and enjoys traveling and listening to 80's Rock with his wife Renu and hiking with his dog Lily. He is also an ardent fan of the Dallas Cowboys.
Bleeding gums during brushing or flossing, bad breath that does not go away, gaps getting between the teeth than ever before
Gum disease is caused by plaque. Plaque is nothing but bacteria that forms at the gum line everyday. If teeth are not kept clean or brushed properly the toxins released by this bacteria irritates the gum and make them swollen and red.
Most important risk factors are Diabetes, Stress, Genetics ( family traits ), any Tobacco product ( vaping, cigarettes etc., )
A cavity is a hole in your tooth that forms from tooth decay. It all starts with tooth decay. The bacteria feeds on the sugars found in our food and drinks, releasing acids on the enamel surface. These acids dissolves enamel and starts decay process. This decay leads to Cavities.
Signs of having a cavity can include: