Cleanliness, as you know, is the key to health. But to achieve perfect cleanliness of the teeth with the help of toothbrushes and threads, even the most advanced, alas, is impossible.
A soft coating will inevitably accumulate in hard-to-reach places, turning over time into a denser formation – tartar. Its favorite place is the edge of the gum, where it forms the edge of the yellowish-brown color, thereby interfering with the full nutrition of the gums and the mineralization of the tooth. If the stone is not removed in time, then sooner or later such inflammatory diseases as periodontal disease, gingivitis, caries will appear. And then the reader may wonder – what kind of text, and where is the confirmation?
And here they are. Incredible stories are everywhere, and a patient with very bad teeth turned to the One-to-One dentistry on Voikovskaya: Continue reading
A common situation – an unsuccessfully caught nut or other hard object in food leads to tooth damage right up to a chip. The same thing happens with the bones in the fish or when cracking pieces of ice. Fortunately, the situation is not critical, and almost any damage can be repaired. In this article, we will analyze the types of damage and possible options for tissue repair (restoration).
Types of defects
Enamel chipping – superficial damage to the tooth, can be little noticeable to the naked eye. Nevertheless, it opens access to germs for dentin, increased sensitivity of enamel and caries may occur. Occurs due to exposure to abrasives, frequent aggressive cleaning, exposure to sweets and acids. Continue reading
Dentophobia (fear of dental treatment) affects adults and children, until the last postponing a visit to the clinic. As a rule, this only aggravates the situation and forces one to spend more time in the doctor’s chair than was required, and it can also be felt significantly in the pocket. In this article, we will figure out how to solve the problem.
How to defeat the fear of the dentist
Why you can not postpone a visit to the doctor
Reproduction of carious bacteria brings not only pain, but also infects the entire oral cavity. This leads to headaches, digestive disorders, diseases of the throat, rashes on the skin, asthma, inflamed lymph nodes and other dangerous phenomena. It is no less dangerous to launch gum disease – the inflamed mucosa will give the bacteria bacteria a chance, expose the neck of the teeth and may even lead to tooth loss. Continue reading