Even in the field of dentistry, cutting-edge techniques have recently developed which are based on the use of technology and benefit from it. Computer-guided (or assisted) implantology, for example, makes it possible to simulate the insertion of an implant on the computer. This allows not only to have a virtual elaboration of the area where […]
One of the most common problems when it comes to dental health is that related to teeth that move. A rather widespread embarrassment that can create various problems in everyday life. What are the reasons and possible remedies for dental mobility? Is there a way to prevent the discomfort caused by moving teeth?
Unfortunately, suffering from bone atrophy is very common and often causes you to lose confidence and self-confidence, as well as significantly worsening your quality of life. But what is bone atrophy? Are there any suitable solutions? Is it possible to remedy this through implantology?
Early childhood caries (ECC) is the most common chronic childhood disease, with nearly 1.8 billion new cases annually worldwide. ECC predominantly affects low-income preschoolers, with detrimental short- and long-term effects on their health and quality of life.
Frequent migraines and headaches? Don’t be alarmed. It could simply be problems that gnathology can solve. But what is it about? Gnathology is a branch of dentistry that studies the physiology, pathology and functions of the jaw.
When one thinks of smoking, one is led to think exclusively of smokers, but the intake of tobacco, whether in the form of combustion from a cigarette or by chewing, involves an alteration of the oral mucosa and other complications in terms of oral health.
The nutritional function of breastfeeding or bottle suction has a reflection on the need for non-nutritive suction and the use of a pacifier in children, this habit could be the cause of some dental problems.
The average age continues to increase bringing the well-being of the elderly to the center of attention in the medical and social field, aging today is not necessarily a phase of physical and mental decay, even in the field of dentistry, maintaining full functions of the oral cavity in older people has become a priority.
Many patients ask for a dentist appointment to recover damaged restorations. The main interventions for which you “put your hand back” on a previously restored tooth are: recurring caries, wear, discoloration, loss of material.
Technology has changed dentistry with great benefit to the patient; in addition to making surgery less invasive, it also improved the effectiveness of diagnosis as in the case of the use of the intraoral scanner for the detection of interproximal caries.