Category Archives: Dental News

Broken Tooth Emergency

broken tooth emergency

Broken Tooth Emergency Dental trauma is an injury that occurs to the teeth or their supporting structures. They can cause fractures, tooth displacement, or damage to supporting tissues (gums and bone). Dental trauma in children usually occurs in the upper anterior teeth and can be caused by falls, sports activities, and traffic accidents. Dental trauma […]

Dental mobility in periodontal disease

dental mobility in periodontal disease

Dental Mobility in Periodontal Disease Knowledge of the causes of the typical oral diseases continually changes as scientific advances appear. In 1999, a general classification was presented and analyzed at the International Workshop for the Classification of Periodontal Diseases, organized by the American Academy of Periodontology: gingival diseases, chronic periodontitis, aggressive periodontitis, periodontitis as a […]

Impact of inhalers on dental health

inhalers on dental health

inhalers on dental health In recent decades, respiratory problems and diseases have increased in children, youth, adults, and the elderly, associated with different factors depending on where they live and the lifestyle they live; triggering respiratory diseases of viral or bacterial origin or inflammatory processes triggered by other factors. Diseases such as Ama, COPD, obstructive […]

ROOT CANAL AND CANCER

ROOT CANAL AND CANCER ROOT CANAL AND CANCER 

ROOT CANAL AND CANCER Root canal treatments are the commonly advised dental treatment in clinical practice. When it comes to root canals, many myths are circulating about procedural pain, post-procedure difficulties, and supposed systemic health conditions that can develop. Before you believe any of such information, it’s time to pay a visit to our nearest […]

PERIODONTITIS IN THE EARLY STAGE

PERIODONTITIS IN THE EARLY STAGE

PERIODONTITIS IN THE EARLY STAGE Periodontitis is a serious and irreversible infection of the gums, characterized by the progressive inflammation, bleeding and destruction of the soft tissue surrounding the tooth which, if not treated in time, can destroy the bone in which the tooth lodges, causing loosening and possible loss. This disease is common and […]

IBUPROFEN AND ORAL HEALTH

IBUPROFEN AND ORAL HEALTH

IBUPROFEN AND ORAL HEALTH Ibuprofen is a drug that belongs to the family called NSAIDs, i.e., non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, which bring together many drugs as analgesics, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic. They are used in inflammation, pain, and fever.  It is generally a safe drug and if it is used properly or in moderation given that it […]

Children who grind their teeth

Children who grind their teeth

Children who grind their teeth The word grinding or bruxism is more related to the adult stage; however, this health problem that is grinding and clenching the teeth can present in children. In addition, over the years, it is updated to bruxism during childhood. Bruxism is of great concern to parents because the noise that […]

Dental diseases in dogs

dental diseases in dogs

dental diseases in dogs Diseases affecting dental growth and development in canines By virtue of the dog’s status as a companion animal, there are many veterinary publications and reference texts on the diagnosis, medical management, pathology, and epidemiology of canine disorders.   Tooth disorders due to genetic or environmental reasons It is well established that […]

What does bulimia do to your teeth?

bulimia and the teeth

bulimia and the teeth The mouth is the most faithful reflection of our general health; in the dental chair, the practitioner will be able to recognize all kinds of conditions, even those the patient tries to hide, such as bulimia, one of the most aggressive disorders for oral health. To prevent the damage it causes […]

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