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The mouth is a part of our body that performs functions vital to feeding, breathing and communication among others. It reflects the health of the whole body. The health of our mouth is projected on the appearance we show to others is an important factor in our human relationships.
Good oral hygiene remains healthy all components of our mouth, the correct application of the technique of brushing after every meal and flossing are key elements in this task. Oral hygiene should be maintained at any age, is the basis for preventing caries lesions as well as achieving and maintaining success in any treatment that is carried in the mouth.
A healthy mouth reflects harmony and projects us as people we care for our health and appearance.
If you would like to maintain the health of your mouth, ask for a quote, here we explain the methods of prevention and hygiene requirements.
The “dental phobia” or fear of the dentist affects about one in ten people.
It is estimated that between 9 and 15 percent of the population suffers from “dental phobia” or fear of the dentist, that is, are so terrified of entering the consulting these professionals would be able to endure a terrible toothache than go and solve the problem. A good dentist must be able to help overcome this phobia and provide the treatment needed to disappear.
Currently, much of the blame for these fears lies in the lack of knowledge about the advances in dentistry that have occurred in recent times.
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Adopted July 21, 2009, the law known HPST (Hospital Patient Health Territories) “Reform of the hospital and on patient health and territories”, extends the requirement of written information which must now receive the patient. It seems that in the field of dentures we move towards greater transparency. But what about in practice?
Origin dentures: towards more transparency Origin dentures.
The law now requires the dentist to provide the patient a copy of the statement of the medical device manufacturing. This new requirement is an extension of section A. 5211-51 Code of Public Health, established by a decree of April 28, 2009 and will enter into force on March 21, 2010. Read the rest of this entry »
What are canker sores?
Canker sores are ulcers about 1 to 2 mm in diameter that develop on the buccal mucosa (mouth, tongue, lips, gums). They appear singly or in groups dispersed.
Each ulcer forms a small crater surrounded by a yellowish-red halo.
Canker sores are not dangerous to health but can be very painful. They are not contagious or infectious
What are the causes?
The origin of canker sores is unknown but there are triggers:
* stress and physical fatigue.
* allergy or food sensitivity. The foods most often implicated are spices, acidic foods, citrus, pineapple, dried fruits and special nuts, tomatoes, alcohol, chewing gum, meat, dairy and gluten. Read the rest of this entry »
Broken teeth: good reflexes
Dental trauma, the tooth is broken or not, is always an emergency. More effectively support is faster, the chances of recovering the tooth in good working condition are great. In practice, when the tooth was expelled under the effect of the shock, it must be replanted within 20 minutes. The child may keep his mouth on contact with saliva, awaiting the intervention of the dentist.
It must of course be careful not to swallow. For this purpose, it can be wrapped in gauze for example. Other supportive environment to transport the tooth, milk or saline solution, which saves a few extra minutes.
If the tooth is broken and only a fragment can be reattached, it should, again, to keep the piece “in the mouth”. The circumstances are so ideal and repair almost immediately, especially if the fracture of interest to the pulp. There are now adhesives and composites to pick up the fragment or restore the tooth if the piece has been lost. Read the rest of this entry »
An easy way to tip the balance on the right side. To take care of his line or lose weight, no need to invest in cutting-hungry costly and dangerous to health. Valuable allies enthroned perhaps in your bathroom. They called to brush and toothpaste!
After lunch, we are always trying to scrounge some food. In clearing the table, doing the dishes, putting away, we gladly snatched a biscuit, a piece of chocolate or some leftover cake so tasty we going to store in the refrigerator. Difficult to resist. The evening is even worse because they sit watching TV while munching on sweets or sipping a soft drink. All those little extras that we grant it, almost without thinking, ultimately weigh heavily in the balance calories. A biscuit too, every day of the year, a kilogram of fat and more at the end of the year. Read the rest of this entry »
The changes that occur during pregnancy make the mother more susceptible to gingivitis and tooth decay. Dental hygiene and good nutritional habits banish the old myth that every pregnancy does a tooth.
Oral abnormalities of pregnancy
During pregnancy, major changes in women at all levels: physical appearance, in the chemical and psychological.
This causes the mouth of the pregnant woman more susceptible to gingivitis and tooth decay.
During pregnancy there is an increase of the hormones estrogen and probating that condition changes in the structures throughout the body, among them, especially in the tissues of the mouth. Read the rest of this entry »
Tooth loss is an unhealthy condition and many people believe that something is inevitable when older. The truth is that one need not lose his teeth if we take good care during his entire life. The teeth help to savor the food and feed to maintain health.
By understanding why people might lose their teeth, it is possible to give attention to all of his oral health to keep his teeth healthy for life. Here are the main causes of tooth loss:
1. Poor oral hygiene increases the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. Dentists advise brushing your teeth after every meal, or at least twice a day, and move the floss at least once a day. It is also recommended to consult their dentist every six months for a routine check and clean teeth.
2. Poor nutrition can ravage the teeth. Foods that contain lots of sugar and acids damage the teeth and gums. These regimes initiate decay. Read the rest of this entry »
They are the teeth at risk and even constitute a risk factor for overall health.
Patients with periodontal disease are more susceptible to certain diseases such as heart attacks, diabetes, respiratory disease, stroke and pancreatic cancers.
Gingivitis, the mildest form manifested by swelling, redness, bleeding of the gums should be treated because it can escalate into periodontitis to mobility and the loss of your teeth. Consider the advice of your dentist for scaling its not enough if you are not comfortable in your daily dental hygiene with simple actions and tools.
Oral hygiene for all.
A perfectly clean tooth remains healthy, so, as pioneers, we strive for better oral hygiene. To this end, we develop advanced products.
In terms of dentistry, we particularly recommend the toothbrushes and extra-soft brushes Solo, and the new generation of interdental brushes, they clean effectively and smoothly.
The language, instrument control teeth clean.
The test of language does not cost anything and does not disappoint! Language is a good tool to control own teeth, she immediately felt any roughness of the tooth surface.
In health, the teeth are smooth, decisive, not their whiteness. Ask your language, it knows when it’s time to brush their teeth.