Gums: Pathologies and Treatment in Mexico

The oral cavity, being an open and dynamic ecosystem is exposed to numerous factors that regulate microbial composition when the balance of the mouth is altered, leading to the possible occurrence of diseases by accumulation of bacteria in a biofilm dental. The periodontium consists of gum, periodontal ligament, cementum and the alveolar bone. These last three are internal structures: cannot see the inspection because they are within the jaws. The role of periodontal tooth is adhering to the jaws. The gum lining and full mouth of teeth; healthy gum has a pale pink (salmon or coral pink), and although there are […]

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Orthodontics II: Options for Braces

There are several types of braces which a patient can use. Conventional orthodontic braces produce the best results even though there are braces which are used for aesthetic reasons or for other purposes. Orthodontics II: Options for Braces Braces no longer have to be glued or bonded to the outer face of the vestibular wall, there have been several improvements since and wires and brackets are much better in design and even more effective than they used to be. The major drawback of braces has been the negative impact on the self-esteem of the wearer. Braces are visible and are considered unsightly. As a result of this, invisible braces were invented, which require bonding or gluing the […]

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The Toothpaste that suits you

From the first moment we decide to spend on our oral health, one of the most important expenses we make is the toothpaste we use. Today, there are several types of toothpastes, specially formulated to meet different needs and help prevent future diseases. For Daily Care The use of extracts of the Aloe Vera plant is a new  development in the formulation of toothpastes for  daily care. This natural element introduces plaque (dental biofilm) of teeth and gums, helps the thorough cleaning of the teeth and protects delicate gums. It is also known for its anti-inflammatory  properties, and has great moisturizing […]

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Ways in Moisturizing a Dry Mouth in Mexico

Hydration of the oral cavity is essential in the treatment of xerostomia. A long-lasting moisturizing gel is a product designed to combat the specific symptoms of dry mouth for those patients who need more moisture. In the diagnosis of xerostomia or dry mouth syndrome we can distinguish very clearly between symptoms and signs. First, symptoms, ie, those who note and feels the patient; and secondly, signs, which are the dentist or hygienist can detect or see in clinic. Symptoms are burning mouth, difficulty speaking, swallowing and eating, thick, stringy saliva, eating disorders, difficulty in using prosthetics, halitosis or dysgeusia (altered […]

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Dietary Guidelines for a Good Oral Health in Mexico

We must always maintain a balanced diet to maintain our health in good condition and in the case of oral health, no exceptions. However, we look at situations that require a specific diet, such as the carriers of orthodontics, with delicate gums, or in cases of maxillofacial surgery. People with orthodontic The gums have a crucial role, as they help to fix the teeth to the bone. One of the main problems that may occur is caused by oral bacteria and plaque buildup infections. The sum of factors can end up causing inflammation of the gums, with greater risk of […]

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Food and Oral Health during Pregnancy in Mexico

During pregnancy, the care of our mouth should be one of our priorities. Improper diet and a weakened defense system can trigger various conditions such as canker sores, swelling and bleeding gums, discomfort such as burning mouth and dryness, demineralization of teeth and supporting structures, cavities and even fungal infections. The mucus of the mouth is very sensitive to any change in diet. Deficiency of vitamin A and beta carotene precursors of vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin B group or minerals like zinc and iron is mainly manifested in the mouth with pregnancy, so we must increase food consumption: Rich in […]

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Recent study about Oral Biofilms in Mexico

The vast majority of bacteria that inhabit the oral cavity do as biofilm. A biofilm is defined as a bacterial population embedded in a polysaccharide matrix that is attached to a contact surface. The study of the oral microbiota has provided a number of evidence have shown that supragingival and subgingival tooth areas are colonized by microorganisms which are set in the form of a biofilm. However, for simplification we refer to a supragingival and subgingival biofilm one. In supragingival biofilm bacteria responsible for gingivitis and periodontitis are located. Main properties: In some cases, about 700 or phylotypes species have […]

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Replacing Fillings in Mexico

The fillings do not last forever. On the one hand, they can discolor over time and become more yellow or dark because of the stains. Moreover, fillings are under tremendous pressure fruit chewing. Although not suffer any inconvenience, some fillings wear out over time and require replacement after a few years. If it breaks, cracks or fall, to be replaced soon. Do you Need to Replace Fillings? Bacteria and food particles can seep down into the tooth when a filling is broken or cracked. Because it is very difficult to clean the grooves, bacteria develop thanks to the bits of […]

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Procedure of Dental Fillings in Mexico

The appointment at the dentist for a dental filling usually begins with the application of local anesthesia in the area to eliminate sensitivity. Then, the dentist removes damaged by ultrasonic and manual tools in some cases even laser lights are used to make fabric. The Steps to Receive a Dental Filling One of the tools used consists of an electric handle with tiny metal cones at the tip that spin and used to cut enamel and remove the part that has been damaged. These cutters have different sizes and shapes, so the dentist chooses the best in every situation. At […]

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Invisalign – Invisible Orthodontics in Mexico

Invisalign is the market leader and pioneer in the treatment of invisible braces, an orthodontic procedure that uses a set of easily removable and virtually invisible braces to achieve the required tooth movement. These aligners can be used for about 22 hours a day and changed every 15 days for a new order to achieve the gradual movement of the teeth. Each patient uses a custom made splints way considering the pressure to be exerted on their teeth to get align perfectly and get a correct bite. Advantages of Invisalign: Invisible Orthodontics The invisible orthodontic treatment has many advantages over […]

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