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There are several problems and diseases caused by dental implants. These are usually very annoying, painful and usually occur in the healing stage or recovery already advanced due to various causes. In this post, we will tell you everything you need to know about them, how you should treat and prevent them. Let us begin.
The need to replace missing teeth in the anterior part of the oral cavity is obvious but rehabilitation in the posterior region of the mouth is equally important.
The mouth and its arches are in a dynamic equilibrium, in which the teeth are supported by each other. If there is an absence or dental loss, the structural integrity of the arch is interrupted causing an imbalance in the oral cavity. The teeth adjacent to the dental absence and the antagonists move into the edentulous space, tilting or extruding.
Using an electric toothbrush is much more effective than a manual toothbrush. To have good dental hygiene, it will be necessary to know the gestures of the brushing and to adopt it. By mastering the use of the electric toothbrush, one can benefit from all its advantages. By becoming accustomed to using an electric toothbrush, one takes care of one’s teeth while having a star smile.
When you put a dental appliance after tightening the rings, the first days can be quite painful. It is said that you must suffer for being beautiful. To get teeth aligned, it is worth to bear the wearing of an orthodontic appliance. Fortunately, there are solutions to relieve the pain of the dental appliance. Focus.
The fear of going to the dentist can appear for several reasons, such as a bad experience or bad memories; but we can control it, and even overcome it if the dentist is trustworthy. In some cases, psychology or psychiatry sessions may be needed to treat it and sometimes even these treatments don’t work.
Orthodontic problems can undermine your confidence and cause you to feel badly about your appearance. Aesthetics aside, having severely overcrowded or crooked teeth can affect your ability to properly brush and floss your teeth. This can, in turn, cause problems with gingivitis and even gum disease. Orthodontic treatment is necessary to help straighten and realign