Preventive dentale salute

Oral hygiene advices

Brushing techniques:

We need to promote the method. The best way to remember sector is to always follow the same  pattern and this manner. It must be made 1 per day. The teeth are cleaned one after another.  For each dental arch, brushing starts with the outside of the last tooth on one side and ends on  the inner side of the same tooth on the same side. For reasons of efficiency (gain automatic),  brushing must be done in the same way each time:

 1. It must be made 2 to 3 times a day;

2. Brushing mouth is ajar

3. It must, in any case, rinse the mouth after brushing the risk of losing the benefit of fluoride in  toothpaste;

 4. Always red to white.  The jaws are processed one after another, brushing starts with the last tooth on one side and  ends on the opposite side.  For reasons of efficiency (gain automatic), brushing must be done in the same way each time:

 1. upper jaw, cleaning occusales side (the side which chews):  The brush is raised at the last molars straight and moves to the left last molars conducting  movements back and forth from front to rear (amplitude equivalent to two teeth, make the  movement three or four times a group of two teeth),

2. Upper jaw, cleaning sides: plays later, the brush is laid across the gums and teeth; the wrist  turns to perform a movement of roll down. The gesture is repeated three or four times. Note that  we still leads the gum to the tooth (from red to white) to hunt the deposit plaque that forms the  crown of the tooth and between teeth (the reverse movement back tabling this). Then we go to  the following teeth to finish on the opposite side. Arriving at the opposite side, the brush goes to  the palace and performs the same gesture in closing its starting point. Cleaning or Palatine sides  lingual incisors is tooth by tooth, taking his brush vertically (the curvature of the arch does not  allow for effective action, horizontal brush)

3. Same for the lower jaw.

Sealants des puits et des fissures des dents

Sealants
Is it happening to your child to eat foods such as a sticky chocolate  biscuit and it is difficult to dislodge crumbs paths teeth at the back  of the mouth? This indicates that it has teeth “hollow” and the need  to protect their teeth with a sink and sealing cracks.

This treatment is to clean the grooves of the tooth without anesthesia
and then apply a protective varnish. Thus, the surface of the jaw  teeth will be smooth and it will be easier to brush.
The opportunity to have its caries teeth will be reduced because of  caries 80% of children are found on teeth that have deep furrows.
Adults can also benefit from this treatment. Sealants are often  applied on the teeth of children as soon as the first molars and  premolars of adults appearing in the mouth (to age 6 or 7 years).  As against, it is possible to do this treatment at any age.

Fluorid Application

Fluorine is a trace element that binds in the enamel of the  teeth and makes them more resistant to attack by  bacteria in dental plaque. There is not at all in food and  a small amount in drinking water and table salt.

It should therefore be given as a supplement to the child  throughout the training period of teeth, preventing tooth  decay.

Later it was made by local toothpaste and other  products for oral use.

What is fluorosis?

Fluoride can be toxic if taken in excess. It means that a  person has too much fluoride in her body.  People who make fluoride have white spots on teeth.  These stains can discolour or tarnish.

In general, fluoride manifests itself in the first few years  of life, during the formation of teeth.

Fluorosis is not a health issue, but it can be avoided and dealt with do not hesitate to contact us for address!

Tooth sensitivity

Dry mouth syndrome

Oral protector

Mouth guard

According to studies on sports medicine and dental, almost all physical  activity not only energetic and contact sports, can cause accidents teeth,  lips, the cheeks, tongue and jaw.

A fall, collision or contact slightly rude can damage one or more teeth. The  loss of tooth represents a considerable achievement. No restoration or  prosthesis is as comfortable and durable than the natural teeth. In  addition, dental treatment may in the long term, constitute a significant  financial investment since complications can still occur several years after  trauma. Some sports are more at risk than others, including boxing,  wrestling, soccer, water polo, basketball and weightlifting. Those who  practice these sports should always wear a mouthguard.

This device does not protect any event, but it significantly reduces the risk  and severity of shocks on the mouth and teeth and soft tissue injuries to the  mouth. There is also evidence that serves as a buffer against more serious  injuries such as concussion or fracture of the jaw.

Mouth guards on the market can be divided into two groups:  Those that are prefabricated, more or less adjustable and those how are  custom-made pieces by a dentist.

In addition, a mouthguard is always very stable in the mouth and it does  not interfere with breathing or speech impairments. We tailor make the  mouthguard that best suits your needs, as the sport you practice and  frequency of your workout.

Oral health and pregnancy

Pregnancy

Pregnancy causes physical changes that may have significant effects on  oral health of the mother. Under the effect of new hormones, it may  have signs of fatigue, nausea and vomiting in the first trimester of  pregnancy, which usually fade thereafter. It may also have an  excessive appetite for unusual dishes, which increases the risk of  developing cavities. The application of topical fluoride toothpaste with  fluoride is much more efficient for the mother and less risk to the foetus.

In addition to increasing appetite, hormonal changes make the gingival  tissue susceptible to inflammation, causing an acute gingival often  called pregnancy gingivitis. This situation returns to normal after  delivery. In early pregnancy and even before, that if it was scheduled,  it is recommended that pregnant women to make a visit for teeth  cleaning and scaling, and maintain a good oral hygiene thereafter.

It must warn of his condition. We do not generally make Radiography  except in cases of extreme necessity with lead apron because the  foetus is sensitive to radiation. Other types of dental treatment will be  preferably in the second trimester of pregnancy. Local anaesthesia  administered during a dental treatment is safe for the foetus,  regardless of the trimester of pregnancy.

However, certain medications can cause foetal malformations.  It is therefore important to consult a doctor before taking any medicine.

Senor dental care (detection of oral cancer)

Geriatric dental care  

Oral cancer is a disease that the public knows little.  It can develop at several places in the mouth and throat, such as  tongue, lips, mouth, salivary glands and tonsils detect oral cancer since  its inception Your dentist can detect oral cancer from it began in  effecting a clinical examination during the routine visit.

 This is called early detection 

This review is simple painless and takes only a few minutes to watch this

– a wound on the lip or mouth, such as an ulcer, which lasts more than  two weeks.

– An excrescence on the lip, mouth or throat.

– A white or red spot on the gums, tongue or the side of the lip.

– The difficulty in chewing or swallowing, or feeling pain when  swallowing or chewing.

– A bulge of the cheek which hampers the port of dentures.

– A change in the voice, hoarseness or the sensation of having something  in the throat.

– An unusual bleeding, numbness of the tongue, lip or skin of the face  do not wait to SEE Many people are reluctant to consult a dentist or a  doctor, because most of wounds caused by cancer of the mouth or of  the gorge are not evil.

Do not wait any longer, especially if you have a wound that does not  heal for more than two weeks

Smoking & oral care

Smoking and mouth health  

1-health effects of smoking on oral health  

Even if the effects of smoking on the lungs, heart and other organs are  not visible to the naked eye, your dentist can easily see clearly in your  mouth.  Smokers can expect to develop a combination of the following symptoms,  depending on the intensity and duration of smoking: 

  • Discoloration of the teeth increase of tartar (calculus)
  • Periodontal  diseases (gum and bone) which can progress faster and be more severe  than among non-smokers
  • Bone loss
  •  Moving teeth oral cancers
  • Mouth sores cavities of cement (root)
  • Sinusitis language Hairy (hairy)
  • Lip of smoking (as a burn)
  • Taste and smell
  • Delayed healing of wounds

2-gum diseases

diseases were determined that tobacco is a major risk factor for gum  disease. Smoking reduces blood flow to the gums, depriving them of  oxygen and nutrients they can stay healthy and thus left vulnerable to  bacterial infection.

According to a recent study, smoking may play a major role in more than  half of cases of severe gum disease in adults. Smokers might about four  times more likely to have periodontitis than those who had never smoked.  If not controlled, the disease can lead to the complete destruction of the  supporting tissues of the tooth, to abscesses and, ultimately, loss of the  tooth.

3-Oral Cancers  

Among the many effects of smoking on teeth and gums, oral cancer are  obviously the most serious. The mortality rate due to oral cancer  (including cancers of the tongue, mouth, gums, tonsils and pharynx)  exceeds that of cancer of the cervix.

4-Start to quit

Start to quit when you’re ready (e) to quit smoking, your oral health  professional will be ready to support you and help you.  There are many resources available to you, through your oral health  team, to help you make this important transition.  Here are some tips to help you begin to quit:

  • Start by determining why and when you smoke. This is the first step  when we really stop.
  • To succeed, you must convince yourself that you really want to quit  smoking.
  • There are two ways to quit: in weaning brutal and decreasing  gradually. Whatever your choice, choose a memorable date to stop,  preferably during a period when you are under stress.
  • Make many exercising.
  • If you were a heavy smoker, it may be appropriate to use the patches  or gum to nicotine. Contact your doctor for more information.
  • Do not be discouraged! On average, it takes about five attempts to  successfully quit smoking. Each relapse brings you closer to really stop  smoking.

5-Useful Rules

– regulations Drink water with crushed ice, water helps remove nicotine  from your system faster and meet at the same time gaps of the mouth.  Breathe deeply  – Take a deep breath pause “instead of a cigarette break: Take ten  deep breaths and hold the last while lighting a match. Exhale slowly and  blow the match. Give later.

– Each day, give your first cigarette an hour.  -When the urge to smoke again, delay still 15 or 30 minutes. It is now  YOU who are familiar with the situation.  Do something different

– When you want to smoke, change of activity. Leave the situation that  gives you the urge to smoke.

6-The benefits of quitting  

Men and women of all ages find the major and immediate benefits when  they quit smoking. Former smokers have a lower risk of heart disease,  respiratory disease, stroke and many cancers.

In fact, after 15 years, the risk of death of a former smoker is the same  as someone who never smoked. When you stop smoking, you also have a  positive effect on your oral health, reducing the rate and incidence of  gum disease, oral cancers and loss of bone and teeth, keeping teeth  whiter and allowing wounds to heal mouth and disappear.  You also reduce the risk from second-hand smoke harmful to your loved  ones.

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