after tooth extraction
Dental deposits are the natural formation of soft and hard processes in the oral cavity. Such deposits appear on the surface of the tooth.
Soft. Appear not only on the teeth. They can be on fillings, prostheses. Such dental deposits can be deposited even on tartar. For the most part, plaque is formed due to improper or insufficient oral hygiene. These formations often appear after eating. If they are not well cleaned, they can be transformed into solid ones within a week.
Solid. This is essentially tartar. That is, mineralized deposits that appear as a result of untimely removal of soft deposits. Since this type of sediment is growing rapidly, then, accordingly, the gum is pushed out and bleeds. Continue reading
With problems with teeth sooner or later face 90% of the world’s population. With qualified help, even a running tooth can be tried to be cured with the subsequent restoration of its functions.
With problems with teeth sooner or later face 90% of the world’s population. With qualified help, even a running tooth can be tried to be cured with the subsequent restoration of its functions. However, often, even deep tissue damage affects, therefore conservative treatment in this case is useless. To eliminate the problem, it will be necessary to carry out the extraction procedure, that is, painlessly remove the tooth and its roots with minimal trauma to the surrounding tissues. Continue reading