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miércoles, 6 de enero de 2021

Diabetes and gum health - Periodontitis

Odontogenesis

Diabetes is a disease that affects several organs and systems of our body, including the heart, kidneys and eyes. The oral cavity is also affected by this disease, for example periodontitis, xerostomia and fungi.

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A person with diabetes increases the risk of suffering from periodontal disease, even losing one or more teeth more quickly.

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Control of diabetes is essential to achieve successful periodontal treatment. That is why it is important to visit your doctor and dentist regularly for an early evaluation and treatment.

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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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Source: Youtube/ Dr. John Thousand IV, DDS, MSD

martes, 29 de septiembre de 2020

What Causes Bad Breath? - How to get rid of it?

Bad Breath

Bad breath, or halitosis, is the unpleasant smell that is emitted by the mouth that generates shame and isolation from the person who suffers it. Consuming candy or gum is not the solution to this problem.

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The causes of bad breath are various and range from poor oral hygiene, through digestive, respiratory and systemic diseases. As we can see, the best way to identify the origin of bad breath is to visit the specialist.

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It is important to know what the origin of bad breath is in order to treat it. Visiting the dentist is the first step in ruling out tooth decay or periodontal disease.

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domingo, 6 de septiembre de 2020

How is oral health affected by diabetes?

Oral Health

Diabetes affects various organs and systems of our body, and the mouth is no exception. People with diabetes can suffer from various problems such as: dry mouth, periodontitis, bone resorption, tooth mobility.

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Diabetic people should visit the dentist to eliminate infectious sources (cavities, gum inflammation, fractured restorations) and to maintain oral hygiene.


It is important that the dentist instruct the patient on the best brushing technique and also motivate the patient to attend their hygiene checks continuously, in this way the consequences of the disease can be prevented.

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jueves, 20 de agosto de 2020

Free Training - Periodontics - More than 10 dental articles, clinical cases, videos and more

Orthodontic

Periodontics is the dental specialty that is responsible for preventing and treating diseases related to the periodontium, that is, to the supporting elements of the tooth (bone, gums and ligaments).

Among the most common periodontal diseases we have gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis is one that inflames the gums caused by plaque accumulation, while periodontitis affects by destroying the supporting elements of the tooth.

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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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Do You Have Gingivitis or Periodontitis? | Different Stages Of Gum Disease

Periodontics

Periodontal disease are the pathologies that affect the gums, generally caused by poor oral hygiene. It is important to treat these conditions before they get worse and we can lose the tooth.

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Gingivitis is evidenced by inflammation and spontaneous bleeding of the gums, it is the initial stage of periodontal disease. When it is not treated it evolves to periodontitis, whose supporting tissues of the tooth are compromised.



The evaluation by the dentist is necessary to stop the infectious process and thus avoid serious consequences. Commitment on the part of the patient is necessary to abide by the recommendations of the dentist.

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miércoles, 19 de agosto de 2020

Risk of gum disease for smokers

Periodontics

We all know the effects of tobacco on our body, none positive by the way, and the oral cavity does not escape its harmful effects. It has been shown that smoking increases the risk of periodontitis and also affects the response to periodontal therapies.

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Periodontitis is the destruction of the supporting elements of the teeth (bone and periodontal ligaments), it begins with bleeding and inflammation of the gums, and without treatment it can lead to the total loss of the tooth.

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In conclusion, the job of the dentist is not only to treat periodontal disease, but also to influence the patient to stop smoking.

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jueves, 6 de agosto de 2020

Can Someone With Periodontal Disease Get Braces?

Orthodontics

Orthodontics is the dental specialty that is responsible for preventing and correcting changes in occlusion and maxillary position. Previously, the patient must be examined and evaluated by the orthodontist.

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The orthodontist will examine the oral health of the patient, that means that the patient must not have cavities and neither gingivitis or periodontitis.


It is necessary to have a correct oral health before placing the braces, we aspire to ensure a treatment without problems and with good results.

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martes, 30 de junio de 2020

Causes of Gum problems with braces

Orthodontics

During orthodontic treatment, it is common to find inflamed gums in patients with braces. This inflammation of the gums usually occurs when the patient does not have proper oral hygiene.

Before starting orthodontic treatment, all infectious foci in the mouth should be eliminated, this includes: caries and periodontal diseases (gingivitis / periodontitis). This is because the brackets help accumulate more food and could aggravate infections.

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The orthodontic patient must be informed about the responsibilities that he adopts once he is a holder of braces. The consequences of poor dental hygiene can be very serious.

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lunes, 22 de junio de 2020

What is Peri-implantitis and how do we prevent it? 3D video

Smile Desing

Peri-implantitis is the inflammatory and infectious process of the tissues that surround the dental implant, even leading to the loss of the bone that supports it.

Professional evaluation is important to determine peri-implantitis, but there are signs and symptoms that the patient may notice and that motivate him to see the specialist.

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Among the risk factors for the presence of peri-implantitis we can name: bacterial microbiology, occlusal overload, poor oral hygiene, smoking, gum condition.

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martes, 2 de junio de 2020

What is the treatment of receding gums?

Receding Gums

Gum retraction is one of the most common pathologies that can be observed in dental offices. The causes are varied and is usually due to the presence of chronic periodontal diseases.

In gingival retractions we can observe a displacement of the gums and bone, exposing the dental roots.

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The dentist must identify the causative agent, and then perform the treatment because it is periodontal surgery. The specialist should instruct the patient on his brushing technique so that he can avoid further injury to his gums.

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miércoles, 13 de mayo de 2020

Can children suffer from periodontal disease?

Periodoncia

Periodontal disease affects the gums and in more advanced cases the bone and supports of the tooth. The most common periodontal diseases are: gingivitis and periodontitis.

Advanced forms of periodontal disease are rare manifestations in children, but they may occur.

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The causes of periodontal disease are several, but the most common is poor hygiene. Food debris accumulates between the teeth and bacteria begin to proliferate, affecting the peridont.

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miércoles, 6 de mayo de 2020

How are diabetes and periodontal disease related?

Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease characterized by not having control of the blood sugar level. The human body loses this control due to the absence or decrease of the hormone called insulin, whose function is to control sugar levels in the body.

People with diabetes have an increased risk of developing gum disease. High blood sugar levels can damage various organs and the same to the gum.

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Because high blood sugar levels cause damage to blood vessels, this reduces the supply of oxygen and nutrition to the gums, increasing the likelihood of gum and bone infections.

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sábado, 18 de abril de 2020

I wear braces and my gums are swollen, why?

Orthodontic

The use of braces generates a series of unpleasant situations, one of them is inflammation and spontaneous bleeding of the gums. The most frequent cause of this inflammation is the lack of oral hygiene.


The brackets accumulate a greater amount of food remains, so patients should keep in mind that they are obliged to maintain adequate and constant oral hygiene, and with all the hygiene items recommended by their doctor.

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