Dr. Mansi Gupta

BDS, MDS - Fellowship in implantology (AAID, USA) Prosthodontist, Implantology and Cosmetic Dentist

Dr. Mansi Gupta

Director – Orlin Clinic

Published AuthorReader/Associate, Professor Indraprastha Dental College, Sahibabad, U.P

Dr. MANSI GUPTA IS A Highly qualified & professional Dentist In Delhi with a Masters degree and over 11 years of experience following post graduation.

She has always been well appreciated for her exemplary service and expertise as a general dentist, prosthodontist and cosmetic dentist.

A member of academy of oral implantology,  Indian society oh implantologists, Indian dental association and a life member of Indian prosthodontics society.

She is a team player, enthusiastic contributor to an atmosphere of clinical and intellectual exchange, and driven by the desire to excel and recognized for ability to work with very diverse client -base and staff.

She has worked at various government and private institutions/clinic .

She has been lauded for the careful work she does everyday in her efforts to restore / renew the smile of every patient.

She pursues advanced dental education at every opportunity.


Though we offer a variety of procedures at our practice, some of our patients require more extensive treatment.

If you have a lot of missing teeth, broken down or decayed teeth, crooked or misaligned teeth, you probably find that they are not only unattractive but also they affect your quality of life.

Difficulties and pain in chewing can affect your over all heath.

Full mouth reconstruction refers to rebuilding/ and or replacing all of the teeth in a patients’ mouth.

It combines aesthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve health, function and beauty of your mouth.

Dr. Mansi , with her experience, training and knowledge, can help improve the function and appearance of your smile.

At Orlin Dental Clinic, we will create a smile makeover plan that is unique to you.


Dr. Mansi Gupta

Associate fellowship in lasers in dentistry

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Q: What is dental Plague?

Dental Plague, also known as dental biofilm, is a sticky, yellow consisting of a whole range of bacteria which attaches tooth surface and can be visible around the gum line.

It starts to appear soon after the tooth surface has been cleared, which is why regular brushing is encouraged. A high sugar diet encourages the formation of plague.

Q: What is calculus?

The longer that plague stays on the tooth surface, the harder and more attached to the tooth it becomes, that is when it is referred to as calculus and needs to be removed by a dental professional.

Q: What is tooth cavity?

If left untreated, these bacteria cause dental cavities, gum disease, and tooth decay. Severe gum disease cause at least one-third of adult tooth loss. Poor oral hygiene causes bad taste in the mouth and eventually bad breath (halitosis).

Q: What is dental caries?

If a person is snacking constantly, so that the sugar level in the mouth is high, plague forms rapidly.

If dental hygiene is poor, and plague builds up, it prevents saliva reaching the surface of the teeth, leading to tooth decay. Bacteria in the plague convert sugars from food into acids, which dissolve the surface of tooth enamel and minerals leach out.

The dark spot seen is dental decay at an early stage. Acids have dissolved the dental surface. Enamel dissolves rather slowly, but when the decay has eaten through the enamel to the dentin the decay progress more rapidly.

When tooth decay reaches the pulp, and tooth becomes infected, inflammation results which leads to pressure and toothache.

Hence, you should consult your dentist the moment you see black spots on your teeth.

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