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miércoles, 17 de febrero de 2021

What Are Orthodontic Elastics?

orthodontics

During orthodontic treatment, a series of devices are used that have a defined function and characteristic. The goal is the successful outcome of orthodontic treatment.

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The elastics are placed joining both arches and correct the bite by performing movements that the arches cannot perform. The orthodontist must train the patient how to change elastics.



We share a video from the Orthodontic Experts channel, which explains the importance of elastics in orthodontic treatment.

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lunes, 8 de febrero de 2021

What You Should Know About Retainers

orthodontic

Orthodontic treatment goes through several stages, and each one of them ensures a successful result. The last stage is retention, and the patient must know what is its importance and what care should be taken.

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This last stage begins when the brackets are removed and appliances are placed in order to keep the teeth in their new and correct positions.



There are several types of retainers and patients must know the characteristics of each of them, as well as the care and importance they must have to maintain them throughout this phase.

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martes, 2 de febrero de 2021

What Is COVID Tongue? - Know this new symptom of the Coronavirus

Oral Medicine

In a study in patients with coronavirus, a symptom that manifests itself on the tongue was detected, this was called "Covid Tongue". The tongue is characterized by an increase in size and depapilation, in addition to other lesions in the oral cavity.

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The tongue has smooth areas on its surface, and is generally accompanied by loss of taste and burning of the tongue.

We share the video of the Euronews channel, where Professor Tim Spector explains to us in more detail about this manifestation of the coronavirus on the tongue.

Oral Medicine


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viernes, 29 de enero de 2021

6 signs that your child may need early orthodontic treatment

orthodontic

Malocclusions usually appear at an early age, so an evaluation by the pediatric dentist and orthodontist is necessary as a preventive measure. The specialist will evaluate the infant's oral characteristics.

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Early treatment prevents malocclusion problems from worsening over time. Treatment can be given in both deciduous and mixed dentition.



We share a video from the Spillane & Reynolds Orthodontics channel, which shows us what are the warning signs that would indicate that our children need early orthodontic treatment.

orthodontic


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miércoles, 27 de enero de 2021

Dental Treatment: Vital Pulp Therapy for Primary Teeth

Endodontic

Caries affects the dental pulp in different ways, from mild reactions to pulp necrosis. In pediatric dentistry, different techniques are used to maintain the functions and vitality of the tooth.

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The anatomical characteristics of primary teeth are different from permanent teeth. It is important to know these differences when performing any dental procedure.



We shared a webinar on new pulp treatment techniques in primary teeth, led by dr. Carla Cohn DMD.

Endodontics


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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.

Periodontics


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martes, 5 de enero de 2021

What are the medicines used in pediatric dentistry?

Pharmacology

During pediatric dentistry, a series of drugs are used to control pain, inflammation and infections that the pediatric patient may present. It is important that the pediatric dentist and general dentist know the management of drugs in children.

When a drug is to be prescribed, it is important that the professional knows the drug, as well as the necessary dose to be administered, in this way we avoid bacterial resistance.

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We share with you an interesting video from the AtoZ Kidsdental channel that tells us about the drugs most used in pediatric dentistry.



This video explains why and teaches you how to do it safely using a simple 4 step method. Thanks to the RN Kid channel that offers us a very simple way to calculate the doses in children

Pharmacology


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miércoles, 2 de diciembre de 2020

Pediatric Facial Swelling - A Guide to Radiologic Diagnosis

Pediatrics

Facial swelling is a common clinical problem in the pediatric population. The origins of facial swelling can vary from congenital to acquired conditions such as infection / inflammatory, benign or malignant conditions involving the soft tissue and/or bone.

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Clinical history and physical manifestations are the most important factors in the evaluation of facial swelling and deciding whether imaging is indicated.

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Recent advances in imaging have led to the increasing use of CT and MRI for evaluation of the underlying causes of facial swelling and the extent of disease, leading to more effective treatment.

Bad Breath


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domingo, 29 de noviembre de 2020

The types of bad breath that we CAN'T treat in the dental office

Bad Breath

Halitosis can have an oral origin, that means that the cause of bad breath is in the oral cavity, such as lack of hygiene, the presence of cavities, inflammation and bleeding gums.

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There are other cases of bad breath that cannot be treated by dentistry, such as: keto breath, onion breath, garlic breath and acid reflux.

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We share the video of dr. Joseph Nemeth from the YouTube channel Joseph R Nemeth DDS & Associates, who explains in detail what are those causes of bad breath that cannot be treated in the dental office.

Bad Breath


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martes, 24 de noviembre de 2020

Online Video library - Bruxism: Definition, diagnosis and treatments

Bruxism

Bruxism is a parafunctional pathology, which can occur day or night, and affects both adults and children. The presence of bruxism affects the teeth, orofacial muscles, and the temporomandibular joint.

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Bruxism is evidenced when the patient grinds or clenches his teeth. The origin of bruxism is multifactorial, for which an interdisciplinary treatment is recommended.

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🎯We share an interesting list of videos dedicated to this pathology, so that it can be shared in the dental community.



Bruxism: A medical or dental issue?

Can children suffer from bruxism?

What are the symptoms of clenched teeth and how can we fix it?

Bruxism - A Major Cause of Gum Recession

What are the consequences of bruxism?

Everything you need to know about bruxism

Bruxism: Why do you need a dental splint?

domingo, 22 de noviembre de 2020

Tooth Development and Eruption - Odontogenesis

Odontogenesis

Dental embryology is responsible for the study of odontogenesis, which is the development of teeth. This event begins in the embryo around the sixth week and is divided into four stages.

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It is approximately in the eighth week that the germs of the primary teeth are formed. Primary teeth begin to erupt at approximately 6 months and end at 31 months.

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We share a webinar dictated by Dr Shah and published on The Kenya Association of Pediatric Dentists channel, which tells us about pulpectomies, its importance and tips for implementation.

Webinar


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miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2020

Do Root Canal Treated Teeth Darken?

Endodontics

The gray tooth is a frequent cosmetic problem in the consultation, and many times a tooth with endodontics takes that shade. But we must be clear when saying that endodontics does not turn the tooth gray, but the errors that the operator makes during the endodontic procedure.

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The most common mistake is to leave remains of the dental pulp (dental nerve), and these remains disintegrate and their components flow into the dentin tubules causing grayish pigmentation.

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We share a video from the RealWorld Endo channel, which answers the question: Do Root Canal Treated Teeth Darken ?

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lunes, 16 de noviembre de 2020

Are whitening toothpastes effective?

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is one of the most requested procedures in cosmetic dentistry. Various whitening toothpastes are available on the market and many people use them thinking they will have good results.

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The effectiveness of whitening toothpastes is always questioned, it is recommended that the patient attend a consultation for a professional evaluation.

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We share a video that answers the question, are whitening toothpastes effective? Thanks to the Top Doctors UK channel.

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What are the consequences of bruxism?

Bruxism

Bruxism is a parafunctional habit that consists of clenching or grinding the teeth. This event can be day or night and affects both children and adults. The consequences of this pathology not only affect the teeth, but also the temporomandibular joint and the chewing muscles.

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In many cases, the patient does not know that he suffers from bruxism, and is detected when he attends the dentist motivated by another consultation. In other cases, the patient attends another specialty motivated by headaches and ends up being referred to dentistry.

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We share a simple but didactic explanation of the serious consequences of suffering from bruxism. Thanks to the Osmosis channel.

bruxism


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domingo, 15 de noviembre de 2020

What are the pros and cons of flexible dentures?

Dental Prostheses

The objective of dental prostheses is to rehabilitate the bite and aesthetics that the patient lost due to the absence of teeth. Currently dentistry has aesthetic options in dental prostheses, such as flexible prostheses.

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Flexible dental prostheses are made of nylon, an almost transparent material that simulates the color of the gums, and is lightweight, which makes it more comfortable for the patient.

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We share a video from the Dentrickstry channel that explains what the benefits and cons of this type of prosthesis are.

Dental Prostheses


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sábado, 14 de noviembre de 2020

Why do Dentists take X-Rays?

Dental Radiology

Dental X-rays are very important for diagnosis and treatment. The clinical examination evaluates the hard (teeth) and soft tissues (gums, cheeks) of the oral cavity, but thanks to the X-rays we can see if there are any changes that are not visible.

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There are several types of radiographs such as periapical, bitewing, occlusal, panoramic and lateral. The dentist will resort to one of them if he considers it convenient for the diagnosis.


Thanks to the X-rays we can see if there are interproximal caries, and the depth of the caries. We can also discover if there is any pathology at the maxillary level. Much more on the importance of dental X-rays below.

Dental Radiology


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