hold the teeth
Are there any features of caring for the oral cavity and teeth after prosthetics were performed in the absence of teeth? The doctor teaches the care of removable prostheses of the patient and, in most cases, there are no problems with him. But fixed prostheses require careful and regular care, which, however, practically does not differ from that with real teeth.
It is important to remember: the life of a fixed prosthesis and the condition of the remaining teeth depend on the quality of cleaning of dentures – both crowns and attachment points. One of the problems of irregular, poor-quality care may be the increased sensitivity of the gums due to their infection, their bleeding, which in the end can lead to the loss of supporting teeth, which means loss of the prosthesis. An important problem is the smell. Poorly brushed teeth, dentures create a lot of problems with bad breath, which is more difficult to eliminate if the condition of the oral cavity is severely neglected. 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
Usually migraines provoke a predisposition, or pressure surges, stuffy air, lack of water or visual fatigue. However, there is another important cause of headache related directly to the health of the dentition.
Headache due to malocclusion
In case of a broken bite, the jaw closes tightly and unevenly with each other. As a result, some jaw muscles are relaxed, while others are excessively tense to compensate for this imbalance. Normally, in humans, they strain only when chewing, and not around the clock. With constant hypertonicity, tension is transmitted to the entire jaw, vessels and nerve endings are spasmodic. Continue reading