Did you know that around 91% of adults have some degree of tooth decay? Even if you’re someone who flosses and brushes every day, there are plenty of other things you could be doing that are sabotaging your oral health. Do you want to know how you can prevent tooth decay and other oral health problems? Keep reading
Stopping children from playing is as impossible a task as it can get. They jump, run and play without stopping, with the consequent danger of falling down and risking injuries. If you have children, surely you have ended up in the dentist’s office for a broken tooth which was a result of their games. Do you want to know the main causes of childhood dental injuries, and how to act to prevent these problems?
A key part of good oral and dental care is making sure you’re using the proper tooth brushing techniques. Without the right methods in place, you could be missing out on the benefits of having a squeaky clean mouth. Even if you think you’re brushing your teeth the right way, there are a few techniques you might
Did you know that 20 percent of children from the ages of 2 to 11 have at least one cavity that hasn’t even been treated? After a kid loses their baby teeth, they’re stuck with the same teeth for life. This is why it’s important for children to develop effective and healthy habits related to oral hygiene.
Do you get tired of brushing your teeth? Do you take time to floss or use mouth wash? Does it really seem that important? According to the Oral Health Surveillance Report 2019, 9 in 10 adults had dental cavities. In addition, 1 in 4 adults had untreated tooth decay. Do these numbers surprise you? Your family may not
The prosthesis is that procedure by which the lack of an organ or part of it is artificially repaired, so that the function is improved. In dentistry, the dental prosthesis is a customized medical device (that is, it is manufactured specifically for the patient) that allows the replacement of missing teeth and atrophied parts of the gums. Although they are made-to-measure sanitary products, from molds or models obtained by the dentist, they require a clinical adaptation, in the patient’s own mouth, which is performed by the dentist.