Testimonials

Please see below to read testimonials from our patients.

The doctor was very professional and made sure I am comfortable at every step of my treatment , the environment was hygienic.I am satisfied with the time taken to complete the procedure. I have done multiple treatment with Dr. Nishant. Very genuine person.
Ashok M
A very quick and painless treatment , he handled my questions patiently and also updated about the procedure, I was very scared about the treatment but to my relief it was almost totally painless procedure.
Roma
Amazing staff and excellent support extended by the doctor to make me feel very comfortable which is the reason i went ahead with wisdom tooth extraction which was due for over 11 years.. Big THANK YOU
Ravinder
Ravi Rai
The clinic was nice and tidy. Equipped with all modern equipment. They have maintained proper hygiene. Dr. Nishant is highly experienced​. I guess the overall time taken for this was v less, he was quick, sure and fast in the process and it was really painless. Definitely I am gonna recommend people​ for this clinic. Thanks a lot for my painless treatment.
Anitha
Couple of months back I had sorted my teeth filling issue with same dentist and this time I visited for my wisdom tooth pain... which needs to be removed and this was carefully handled​ by Nishant and team... cleanliness was good...very professional... proper consulting... thanks!
Sandeep
The doctor was very professional and made sure I am comfortable at every step of my treatment , the environment was hygienic.I am satisfied with the time taken to complete the procedure. I have done multiple treatment with Dr. Nishant. Very genuine person.
Ashok mukherjee
My experience was great. I went for RCT and was really scared at first but the whole procedure didn't took much time and also it was not as painful as I expected it to be. I was explained everything in detail. Even the staff is really nice and supportive.
Shivani Saxena
I visited dental surgeons planet.. I got my 7 root canal done with Dr Nishant , did it in a very short time.. Dr explained the problem really well, communicated throughout the treatment was satisfactory.. abriya has been very helpful in scheduling appointment and helping out in the whole process if i had any doubt.. all staffs are very friendly & helpful thanks dsp team!
Sunita deshmukh
I had come with severe pain in a tooth with filling done previously by other dentist. I asked Dr. Nishant for reason behind the pain. He immediately took an Xray and explained. At the same time he suggested me to go ahead with Root Canal Treatment. The treatment was painless and was done in one sitting. The crown fixing took another two session. Overall my treatment was completed in three sittings which was comparatively lesser than what others had suggested. I would recommend Dr. Nishant for anyone who would like to get his/her treatment done.
Kunal
Urvashi Khandelwal
He is such a good soft spoken doctor .He knows his work very well and complete his work in proper time.
Rita Shah
Extremely professional in his work and a very caring Doctor . He is patient ,kind and keeps following up till the time you are not completely fine. This personal touch is rare now a days.  only does what is needed . Considering the current situation the hygiene of the doc and his clinic is something worth mentioning. Keeps patients comfortable and in a well sanitized environment.
Vikram misquitta
Nilima sawant
Dr Nishant Gandhi is very Professional.! Clinic is neat and clean ! I strongly recommend especially for kids.
Chanak Elan
Madhurima paul
Doctor is extremely patient and quick in treatment. My overall experience has been extremely satisfactory. Thank you doc!
Nikhil Agarwal, Marol
For me time is value, Dr is my family dentist and Dr is very friendly
Explains everything. Staff is also polite and nice. 
Clinic is clean and maintained. Highly Recommended
Ajay Lunia
Doctor Nishant makes you really comfortable, Quite safe to visit during such covid times. They are following all the sanitization process. Highly Recommend Do Visit.
Priyanka Jain
I was facing aesthetic issues and i had gaps between my anterior teeth. I was so conscious for my smile. One of my friend suggested me about dental surgeons planet clinic, they had good experience and treatment satisfaction and value of money... know more
Jyoti Yadav, Powai
My experience was good!I am satisfied with the treatment . Overall services were ok. Dr.Nishant and Dr. Hemali are friendly ad professional.
Suchitra Kulkerni, Mumbai
My experience was great,I went for RCT and was really scared at first, but the whole procedure  didnt took much time and it was also not as painful as expected it to be , i was explained everything in detail. Even the staff is nice and supportive.
Shivani Saxena, Mumbai
My overall experience was good, I am happy with my treatment and satisfied with the doctor and staff cooperation,I would definitely recommend him to others.
Ajay Yadav, Mumbai
My experience with Dr.Nishant is very good.He explained the issue really well.The staff is also good.Iwould totally recommend others to visit.
Vaibhav Kumar, Powai
Condition of my teeth was very bad , it needed a lot of work, Dr. Gandhi helped me over come my ailment and treated with  care, i am thankful !
Boishali Lahiri, Mumbai
My experience at Dr.Nishants clinic was superb,I am satisfied with the treatment,Management staff and easiness to get the process done.
Varsha Balani
I visited Dental Surgeons Planet for my oral health problems, at first i was scared of visiting any dentist, but while i was getting treated by doctor Nishant, I only felt a prick of anesthetia , later my whole treatment was totally painless. I am happy and satisfied with the services provided. I highly recommend him.
Sparsh Zende, Powai
Experience at Dr.Nishant Gandhi's clinics was excellent.I am satisfied with the treatment. Staff management was decent and friendly.Doctor explained issues very well. 
Meghna Shetty, Powai
My treatment was done in a reasonable price.I am satisfied with my treatment,Dr.Hemali and Dr.Nishat did a very good job.Now i can smile happily.Thank you DSP.
Ravi Kumar, Sangharsh Nagar
Visited Dental Surgeons Planet for fillings, the clinic was nice and tidy Equipped with modern technology,Dr.Nishant is highly experienced , the overall time taken for this was very less. He was quick and sure in the process and it was really painless. I am definitely gonna recommend people for this clinic.Thanks Alot for my painless treatment.
Anitha
Dr. Nishant  could see things from patients point of view. Very comfortable. Always reachable,Dr explained everything perfectly step-by-step. Really happy with the treatment. I would definitely recommend him without doubt.
Eleena

My three and a half years daughter had problem in her tooth. The capping had to be done for the tooth. Doctor Nishant Gandhi is very good, polite and calm. Listens to the patients with patience and analyses the problem very quickly. Doctor did not prescribe any unnecessary test for the problem analysis.

Dharmesh
I got 2 wisdom teeth extracted on two separate occasions. Initially I was very nervous about the extraction process but the doctor took care of the process very calmly and that helped me get through the extraction painlessly and with ease. This also helped me gain confidence in the doctor, which is why I went there again a second time a year later for another wisdom tooth extraction. 
Bunty
At what age should my kid start getting teeth. Will my kid experience too much pain. What can I do to make it a comfortable process for my kid.

Doctor Resposne:

Teething is one of the first rituals of life. Although newborns usually have no visible teeth, most baby teeth begin to appear generally about six months after birth. During the first few years of your child’s life, all 20 baby teeth will push through the gums and most children will have their full set of these teeth in place by age 3. A baby’s front four teeth usually erupt or push through the gums at about six months of age, although some children don’t have their first tooth until 12 or 14 months. As their teeth erupt, some babies may become fussy, sleepless and irritable, lose their appetite or drool more than usual. Diarrhea, rashes and a fever are not normal symptoms for a teething baby. If your infant has a fever or diarrhea while teething or continues to be cranky and uncomfortable, call your physician.
Shekhar
Hi Doctor, What are the expected changes during pregnancy. I am in my 1st few weeks of pregnancy and heard that I can be prone to teeth pain issues during the course. And how can I cope with them.  

Doctors Response : 


Pregnancy Changes
Each of the hormonal changes happening in your body are equally the biggest culprits in tooth and gum pain during pregnancy. From increased blood flow to hyperactive hormones, pregnancy takes its toll. The most common causes of sensitive teeth during pregnancy include:
·                     Hormones, pregnancy hormones can affect the way your body responds to bacteria, which can lead to periodontal infection and – you guessed it – sore teeth and gums.
·                     Increased blood flow. Your body is working overtime to support both you and your little one, which results in increased blood flow in the body. This increased blood flow can create sensitive, swollen gums that are tender to the touch. Hot and cold foods can therefore trigger that sensitivity, even if you've never experienced it before.
·                     Gum disease. Pregnant women are more susceptible to gum disease, which can also be a catalyst for preterm labor. Of course, bleeding, sore and infected gums can definitely lead to a sore mouth and plenty of discomfort.
How to Respond
Although pregnancy can limit some of the medicinal intervention often used to treat sore teeth and gums, with some extra care and attention, you can keep your smile healthy during your prenatal nine months. Maintaining all the great hygiene habits you've used up to this point will keep you healthy and pain-free, so don't forget to give your mouth a little TLC, too. Here are four things you can do for your sensitive teeth during pregnancy:
1.                  Choose a soft-bristled brush. Sensitive teeth require a sensitive touch,cleans between and around teeth both thoroughly and gently to reduce soreness and bleeding gums into the future.
2.                  Take note of the foods that trigger sensitivity. Have you experienced a toothache while drinking tea? Do you find that ice cream puts you in pain? It's best to avoid these "trigger foods." In most cases, according to the ADA, sensitivity in the gums goes away after pregnancy, so any subsequent tenderness in your teeth should subside as well, allowing you to indulge in hot and cold foods again in the near future.
3.                  Eat  LESS sweets. Sugar feeds the bacteria in your mouth, which can lead to cavities and soreness. If possible, reduce the amount of sweets you're consuming. If you must indulge, have a treat and then follow up by brushing to remove this fresh debris from your mouth.
4.                  See your dentist. Don't use pregnancy as an excuse to avoid your regular checkup, which keeps your smile healthy even when you're expecting. Just make sure to remind your dentist that you are pregnant, so proper precautions can be taken (like forgoing certain types of x-rays).
It's true that pregnancy means a period of change, especially for your body. But you don't need to endure oral discomfort. Talk to your OB/GYN for safe pain medication suggestions and to ensure that your sensitive teeth don't make for an unpleasant nine months. With consistent professional guidance and personal care, you'll be able to enjoy your pregnancy without worrying about the dental side-effects.
Renuka Jain, Powai
Pregnancy & Tooth pain
 
Hi Doctor, I am in my 1st trimester of pregnancy. I had no dental issues ever before. But suddenly I have notice some problems happening to me unexpectedly such as gum swelling, bleeding from the gums, sensitivity in tooth. I have never had this before and I wonder if my pregnancy has any connection with these problems and how can I resolve this without much medication to avoid any adverse effect on my foetus.

Doctors Response :

With pregnancy, discomfort comes with the territory. Your body is changing, so a sore back or trouble getting comfortable is par for the course. But while you're piling up pillows to help you sleep at night, you might notice another source of pregnancy discomfort: Your teeth. Sensitive teeth during pregnancy can happen to expecting mothers, and knowing that other pregnant women suffer from the same symptoms might be somewhat comforting.
Nonetheless, here's what may be causing your sore teeth and gums, and how to deal with the pain safely:
Dimple
What you should do between each dental visit. Are their any guidelines to follow?

Doctor's Response:

Be sure to take care of your teeth and gums between regular dental visits. Plaque is always forming on your teeth, but you can manage it by brushing and flossing regularly. Here are some tips for good oral care at home.
Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Be sure to use a toothpaste that contains fluoride.
Floss daily.
Use a mouthwash to help control plaque bacteria. This will also help to keep your breath fresh.

Quick facts about a regular dental check up

Regular dental visits are important because they help to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
There are two parts to a regular dental visit: 

- The check up 
- The cleaning
During the dental check up, your dental professional will check your overall oral health for any trouble areas.
During the cleaning, your dental professional will remove any plaque and tartar buildup and may polish your teeth.
You should have a regular dental visit at least twice a year or as recommended by your dental professional.
Jay Chauhan
What happens at a regular dental checkup visit?

Doctor's Response :

There are 2 parts to a regular dental visit – check up, or examination and the cleaning, or oral prophylaxis.
At the dental check up your dental professional will check for cavities. X-rays might be taken to detect cavities between your teeth. The check up will also include a clinical examination for plaque and tartar on your teeth. Plaque is a clear, sticky layer of bacteria. If it is not removed, it can harden  to form a tartar. You cannot remove tartar with brushing and flossing. If plaque and tartar build up on your teeth, they can cause oral diseases.
Next, your gums will be checked. This will be done with a special tool to measure the depth of the pocket between your teeth and gums. With healthy gums, the pockets are shallow. When people have gum disease, the pockets may go deeper.
The check-up should also include a careful examination of your tongue, throat, face, head, and neck. This is to look for any signs of trouble - swelling, redness, or possible signs of oral cancer.
Your teeth will also be cleaned at your visit. Brushing and flossing help clean the plaque from your teeth, but you cannot remove tartar at home. During the cleaning, your dental professional will use special tools to remove tartar. This is called scaling
After your teeth are scaled, they may be polished. In most cases, a gritty paste is used for this. It helps to remove any surface stains on your teeth.The final step is flossing. Your dental professional will use floss to make sure the areas between your teeth are clean.
Divya
I visit a dentist only when I have pain or any dental issue. Otherwise I don’t bother to see a dentist for years. Is it required to do a dental checkup regularly or I can visit the Dentist only, if I face any trouble. Please advice on a cost effective best option.

Doctor's Response:

A regular dental check up is important because they help keep your teeth and gums healthy. You should have a regular dental visit at least every 6 months or as recommended by your dental professional.
Bhupendra
I have noticed that my Gums are bleeding at times.  Is this normal. Should I be concerned about it. What can be the cause of it.

Doctors Response :

Noticing that your gums bleed when you brush or floss can be alarming. What are the possible causes of bleeding gums? There are different reasons that gums may start to bleed during brushing, some are temporary and some are of more concern. If you are worried about your oral health, then make an appointment with your dentist.
 
 
Gingivitis
Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease. Plaque on your teeth and at the gumline that is not cleaned by brushing and flossing can infect the gums and lead to the symptoms of gingivitis. In gingivitis ,  gums may be swollen, tender and sometimes bleed during brushing. This early stage of the disease responds well to good brushing and flossing habits and regular dental checkups.
Medications change this completely
The American Dental Association lists blood thinning medications as one of the possible causes of bleeding gums. These medications  the blood's ability to clot, which can lead to easier bleeding. Let your dentist and doctor know about your experience and any medications you may be on.
New Flossing Routine
Changing your flossing routine can also lead to bleeding gums. For example, if you haven't remembered to floss in a few days or if you have begun to floss more frequently to help remove food and plaque from between your teeth, then you may notice some bleeding. This should clear up within a week.
New Toothbrush
Switching from a soft-bristled toothbrush to a firm brush may also result in gums that bleed. Try returning to a soft or medium-bristled brush and talk to your dentist about what toothbrush is right for you at your next appointment.
Pregnancy Gingivitis
Some pregnant women experience swollen gums and bleeding during brushing. This is known as pregnancy gingivitis. Hormonal changes during pregnancy alter the body's response to the bacteria that causes gum disease. Generally symptoms should clear up after pregnancy. A dental checkup and regular brushing and flossing can help to prevent gum problems from becoming worse.
Bleeding gums can be a sign of gingivitis, which can develop into the more serious stages of gum disease. The best way to find out what is causing your gums to bleed is to see your dentist and dental hygienist.
Dharmesh, Jogeshwari