Dental Care

How does the dentist treat cavities?

How does the dentist treat cavities?

Dental Care
The fear of cavities has always been parents' best argument for preventing their children from consuming too much candy and forcing them to brush their teeth. Nevertheless, even with good dental hygiene learned during childhood, a caries can appear and make it necessary to go under the dentist's wheel. Here is how the doctor treats this bobo and takes care of your tooth, all without pain! What is a decay? In essence, a decay is a beautiful dirt that lodges inside a tooth and causes its gradual destruction. Involved: cariogenic bacteria that are naturally present in the mouth, in balanced quantities, but which begin to multiply by devouring food residues left on the teeth when they were not washed. The severity of decay increases over time, as the bacteria, which begin to attack the enamel...
Dental prosthesis bottle opener!

Dental prosthesis bottle opener!

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INSOLITE: DENTAL PROSTHESIS DECAPSULATOR You've probably seen in a film or around you a guy who opens his beer bottle with his teeth. Then, all in admiration, you said to yourself "Cool!", "What strength! ". You may have tried to do the same yourself, but finally gave up for fear of leaving a tooth. With the dental bottle opener launched by the Argentinian beer brand Salta, in collaboration with the agency Ogilvy & Mather Argentina, this gesture can now be made by anyone who wishes. AN OFFER FOR RUGBY PLAYERS Everyone knows that rugby is a sport for tough guys. In addition to bruises and bruises, you can easily break your bones, or even leave teeth, except that if the first heal, they do not grow back. Rugby fans are also among the big beer drinkers. In front of a match, many of t
Can we still use dental floss?

Can we still use dental floss?

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It is a leading accessory in the field of dental care. The wire is effective in removing dental plaque, because it reaches the parts that toothbrushes do not reach. But given its finesse, we can also ask questions.In which case to use a floss? Dental floss is intended to rid the interdental area (or "interproximal" in medical jargon) of food waste or dental plaque. Its use has a major impact on the protection of all teeth, especially against diseases related to poor oral hygiene and the proliferation of bacteria. Dental floss can be used all days. However, this accessory is generally recommended for gums that are solid and not prone to bleeding. Flossing is also not recommended for people with large interproximal areas, invasive procedures, or periodontal disease. The stomatologist commu
How does the dentist treat cavities?

How does the dentist treat cavities?

Dental Care
The fear of cavities has always been parents' best argument for preventing their children from consuming too much candy and forcing them to brush their teeth. Nevertheless, even with good dental hygiene learned during childhood, a caries can appear and make it necessary to go under the dentist's wheel. Here is how the doctor treats this bobo and takes care of your tooth, all without pain! What is a decay? In essence, a decay is a beautiful dirt that lodges inside a tooth and causes its gradual destruction. Involved: cariogenic bacteria that are naturally present in the mouth, in balanced quantities, but which begin to multiply by devouring food residues left on the teeth when they were not washed. The severity of decay increases over time, as the bacteria, which begin to attack the enamel,
The role of saliva

The role of saliva

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Saliva, the liquid that moistens the mucous membranes of the mouth, is secreted by the parotid, sublingual, submaxillary salivary glands, and the accessory glands beneath the mucosa. It consists mainly of water (99%), proteins, electrolyte ions, mineral salts, digestive enzymes and organic elements (1%). An adult produces an average of 1 liter per day. The flow is higher in standing and lying down, less in sitting position, and minimal at night. Saliva plays several functions. It facilitates diction by lubricating the surface of the mucous membranes and intervenes in the digestion of food. Saliva and digestion Saliva facilitates swallowing and prepares food for digestion. It moistens foods during chewing to form a "food bowl". Thus lubricated, food slides easily to the esophagus which pre...
Removable dental appliances, make the right choice!

Removable dental appliances, make the right choice!

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Removable dentures , as their name suggests, are prostheses that can be removed. These are the dentures in everyday language. Removable dentures are a more economical choice that is used when fixed prostheses exceed your budget. Also know that in any case, you can still do without it, by applying implants, in case of posterior unilateral, or bilateral for example, or ask a fixed bridge if there is an opportunity to bridge from one tooth to another. removable prostheses: partial dentures and total removable dentures. You will have a partial denture if you have teeth left; the prosthesis will then replace the missing teeth among the remaining teeth. The total prosthesis, for its part, is used, in case of total elimination, to replace all the teeth (up or down) that you miss.manufacturing fo