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martes, 21 de septiembre de 2021

Tooth Extraction: Post-Surgical Care and Tips

Oral surgery

Tooth extractions are surgical procedures performed on teeth that have suffered extensive decay or severe irreparable trauma. This procedure should be performed by experienced dental professionals.

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The professional should talk with the patient about the care that he should have to avoid complications after the surgical procedure. Some of these complications can be: bleeding or infections.

We share an educational video about post-surgical care from the Dental Coach channel.

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domingo, 15 de agosto de 2021

Can a tooth be extracted in diabetic patients?

Oral surgery

Diabetes is an endocrine disorder, which consists of an abnormality in the metabolism of glucose due to a deficiency of insulin. Oral health is affected by diabetes and manifests itself as severe inflammation of the gums in uncontrolled patients.

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The dentist must take all precautions when caring for a diabetic patient, especially when performing a tooth extraction. A complete interrogation on the health of the patient and a correct clinical evaluation must be carried out beforehand.

We share a video about tooth extraction for a diabetic patient, as well as the care that should be taken.

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s谩bado, 24 de julio de 2021

Reimplantation of avulsed permanent teeth after three days: Clinical case in a pediatric patient

Dental emergency

Dental avulsion consists of the total detachment of the tooth from the socket, as a consequence of a strong trauma that affects the oral cavity. Given this urgency, it is important to go to the dentist to be able to reimplant it.

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By means of dental reimplantation, the avulsed tooth is inserted into its socket, and then a clinical and radiographic follow-up is carried out in order to ensure the success of the treatment.

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We share an article that reports two clinical cases of patients who suffered an avulsion, and the teeth were reimplanted after 72 hours. Subsequent evaluation confirms the success of the procedure.

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Ize‑Iyamu and Saheeb: Reimplantation of avulsed dry permanent teeth after three days. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice • Jan-Mar 2013 • Vol 16 • Issue 1

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s谩bado, 8 de mayo de 2021

Animated Video: Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Oral Surgery

Wisdom teeth cause a lot of pain and discomfort when they erupt, and the solution is surgical removal of the tooth.

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The procedure is safe as long as it is performed by a qualified surgeon, and after a clinical and radiographic examination. The post-operative is safe and without major complications.

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We share an animated video on the surgical procedure to remove the wisdom tooth, thanks to the Hunterdon Oral & Maxillofacial Surgical Specialists channel.




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s谩bado, 24 de abril de 2021

How to control bleeding after extraction?

Oral Surgery

Dental extraction is an outpatient surgical procedure, not for that reason it is exempt from subsequent care that the patient must perform to avoid any problem.

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Post-treatment bleeding is a common complication after tooth extraction, so it is important that the dentist makes recommendations to avoid any type of problems.

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We share the video of the Deluxe Dentistry channel that offers us useful advice on how to prevent or solve bleeding after dental surgery.



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mi茅rcoles, 3 de marzo de 2021

8 interesting facts about the Wisdom Tooth

Oral Surgery

The presence of the third molars causes great fear and discomfort to the patient. The wisdom tooth must be removed to prevent a series of consequences such as: food accumulation, pericoronitis, caries, inflammation of the gums, etc.

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Wisdom teeth generate a lot of anxiety and questions in the patient, and it is necessary for the professional to answer each of them in order to generate calm and confidence in the patient.

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We share an article that answers the most frequent questions that a patient asks before undergoing removal of wisdom teeth.

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mi茅rcoles, 11 de noviembre de 2020

What is pre-prosthetic surgery?

Oral Surgery

Pre-prosthetic surgery is a surgical procedure performed to reshape and condition the alveolar ridge before making a dental prosthesis or implant.

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Before performing a dental prosthesis, the dentist must evaluate the quality and quantity of the alveolar ridge, in order to ensure the retention and stability of the prosthesis.

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They are generally outpatient surgeries and performed under local anesthesia. We share with you a more extensive explanation about what a pre-prosthetic surgery means.

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lunes, 2 de noviembre de 2020

What to expect after periodontal surgery - Post-Operative Guide

Oral Surgery

Periodontal surgery is one of the phases of gum treatment, and is responsible for the surgical procedure of the gums that are affected by periodontitis.

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The main objective of periodontal surgery is to keep the supporting elements of the tooth healthy. Thanks to this procedure we can eliminate dental stones that could not be removed during the initial phases of periodontal treatment.

We share a video from Dr. John Thousand IV, DDS, MSD, who explains what periodontal surgery is and the care that a patient should have after the surgical procedure.

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mi茅rcoles, 28 de octubre de 2020

THIRD MOLARS: To extract or not to extract?

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Third molars, also known as wisdom teeth, erupt between 18 and 25 years of age. The eruption of this molar usually causes pain and discomfort in the patient that must be treated in time.

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Some of the consequences of not removing wisdom teeth are: accumulation of food, cavities, bad breath, pericoronitis.

Many dentists recommend removing wisdom teeth to prevent some kind of complication. We share an interesting video from the Way To Know channel that explains the reasons for extracting a third molar.

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viernes, 23 de octubre de 2020

Webinar - Minor Oral Surgery in Pediatric Dentistry

Oral Surgery

When performing a surgical procedure in a pediatric patient, some aspects should be assessed, such as the child's behavior. The evaluation of the patient is essential to collect important data before the intervention.

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Dental extraction is one of the routine procedures in dental practice, and in pediatric dentistry the value of a primary tooth must be taken into account, since without it correct chewing is put at risk, as well as the correct position of the permanent tooth. .


We share with the dental community, a webinar by Dr. Fawaz Siddiqui, who tells us about minor procedures in pediatric dentistry and the care we must take.

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martes, 13 de octubre de 2020

What problems can wisdom teeth cause?

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Wisdom teeth are the last molars to come out, appearing between the ages of 18 and 25. At the time of eruption they generate a series of discomforts, even infectious processes.

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Among the discomforts generated by the eruption of the wisdom tooth are: pain, inflammation, infection, bad breath, etc. The indicated and definitive treatment is the extraction of the molar.



We share a video from the Top Doctors UK channel, where Dr. Bhavin Visavadia explains to us what are the problems caused by the eruption of the wisdom tooth.

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What are the symptoms of pericoronitis?

Pericoronitis

Pericoronitis is the infection of the gum that surrounds and partially covers the tooth that is in the process of eruption or that has already erupted. It can occur in children (first molar) and in adults (third molar).

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The presence of this tissue on the tooth can generate accumulation of food, and also susceptible to chewing trauma.



If it is not treated, it can lead to more serious problems for general health, for example: forming abscesses, or spreading the infection or inflammation to the lymph nodes.

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martes, 6 de octubre de 2020

Dental Implants Post-Op Instructions

Dental Implant

Before starting the surgical procedure to place dental implants, the dentist must make a series of recommendations to the patient. These recommendations ensure an optimal healing process.

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Currently, surgical techniques ensure good results, but the patient must collaborate with the post-operative process. Some of these recommendations are: rest, hygiene, food, etc.

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Much more post-operative recommendations, we can find in this interesting video by the Oral Surgery Hawaii channel, Dental Implants and Wisdom Teeth.

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jueves, 24 de septiembre de 2020

How is a palatine torus removed? - Step by Step

Torus

The torus are bony protrusions, also known as exostoses, that can appear in the upper or lower jaw. The most common torus are the torus palatinus and the torus mandibularis.

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They can appear on the palatal midline, or on the lingual surface of the lower jaw. They are not dangerous, but it is necessary to remove them because they can be uncomfortable, especially if the patient is going to wear a removable dental prosthesis.

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The surgical procedure is ambulatory, under local anesthesia, and the postoperative period does not save any major complications as long as you follow the professional's instructions and recommendations. See with us how is the procedure to remove the torus.

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martes, 15 de septiembre de 2020

What is Dry Socket? Symptoms and how to fix it!

Oral Surgery

Before performing a tooth extraction, the surgeon must make a series of recommendations to the patient in order to care for and preserve the blood clot that forms in the dental socket.

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The patient must comply with all these recommendations, thus avoiding unpleasant and painful consequences such as dental alveolitis. The recommendations are basically rest, hygiene and adequate food.

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The pain caused by alveolitis is very intense, and it must be treated in time by the dentist. We share a video from the Atlanta Dental Spa channel that explains what a socket is and what its symptoms are.



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lunes, 7 de septiembre de 2020

Free Training - Oral Surgery - 10 Dental Articles, Tips, Videos and More

Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is a dental specialty that is responsible for preventing, diagnosing and surgically treating diseases or abnormalities that occur in the oral cavity. These procedures can be performed in the dental office or in an operating room, it all depends on the complexity of the case.

The most common treatments in oral surgery is the extraction of the third molars (wisdom teeth), but it is also responsible for more complex surgical treatments.

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We make 10 dental articles available to the professional community so that it can be shared among colleagues and patients. In this way we contribute to the dissemination of education.

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