• Basic Councils of Oral Health

    Oral Health must be considered entirely, it is not an area of no importance, but from our supported opinion a transcendental component of overall health.

  • Pregnancy and Oral Hygiene

    During pregnancy must devote special attention to the care of teeth and gums because the hormonal changes can increase the risk of developing gum disease. It is essential to maintaince a good oral hygiene daily, brushing teeth with toothpaste to specify the proper maintenance of gingival health and perform interdental cleaning. Combining these practices with regular visits to the dental clinic will prevent dental problems and contributes to the healthy development of baby.

  • Interedental Cleaning

    Keep clean interdental spaces is essential to maintain healthy teeth and gums, is as important as daily brushing and should be done once a day by following these instructions: It takes approximately 50 cm of dental floss around the fingers reinforced heart, without squeezing, and leaving about 5cm of floss between the fingers. Keeping silk tie with thumbs and index slips between the teeth, taking care not to damage the gums. The silk has curved around each tooth in a C and moving slowly up and down the sides of each tooth, including the gum line.

  • Care of Gums

    Proper dental hygiene is the best way to prevent disease and gum tissues that support the teeth. In the mouth lives lots of different type of bacterias, many of which assist in normal physiological processes such as digestion or defense against other bacteria that can lead to disease. If we neglect the daily hygiene and food debris accumulate, the bacteria end up forming plaque that can cause inflammation of the gums, and if not treated properly, can damage the tissues that support the teeth causing the loss of them. To maintain a gingival healthy  is necessary to brush your teeth at least twice daily, with special attention to brushing and interdental cleaning before going to sleep. Regular visit to the dentist every three to six months, including an interdental cleaning to remove plaque from areas of difficult access is the best way to prevent periodontal diseases.

  • Pediatric Oral hygienic

    Good oral hygiene is essential for children’s healthy development of children. Parents plays a crucial role in dental education of their children. Since the eruption of the first teeth to three years, parents should toothbrush the teeth of children to establish the routine that has to be a daily and enjoyable. Based on three years now has been to encourage children to brush yourself with parental supervision. The brush should be tailored to the child’s age and fitted with soft bristles and small head, use a paste with fluorine in an amount the size of a pea and rinsed well to teach the rest of dough left. The first child to pediatric visits should take place when you already have all their milk teeth, about two and a half years, three years.

  • Adult Oral Hygiene

    Good dental hygiene is a health issue. Not only provides us with a beautiful smile, also avoid discomfort, disease and contribute to our general welfare. Maintain good oral hygiene is just as simple as following these tips: The brush has to be careful, twice a day with a soft toothbrush with fluoride paste and Bristle. On the outside of the mouth place the toothbrush at a 45 degree angle based on the gum line, make short movements without pressure. Inside the mouth put the toothbrush vertically on the inside of the teeth, make short movements, while for the inside of the molars place the toothbrush at an angle of 45 degrees based on the gumline, and make short movements and without pressure. In areas with clean chewing motion short from front to back. Perform interdental cleaning once a day. It is advisable to change your toothbrush every three months. Too much candy and snuff is harmful to dental health. It is necessary to visit the dentist at least twice a year for a review and for a professional cleaning.

  • White and radiant smiles

    Since always white teeth have been an icon of beauty and good health. A beautiful smile has become an important element of our appearance on social exchange, we all want to have white teeth and shiny. There are different types of teeth and not all are equally effective, it should be the dentist who will advise the treatment that best suits the specific needs of each patient. After bleaching the clínca, the only effective procedure for maintenance is the combination of a toothpaste with a good professional oral hygiene.

  • Post-extraction guidelines

    • You must take prescribed medication at the recommended dose
    • The most common complication after an extraction is bleeding, to prevent it should not take aspirin, or eating hot things, you should keep your head up and preferably not to lie down to sleep at night, if you notice bleeding, do not be alarmed, you should gauze placed around the area, pushing hard for at least ten minutes and if the bleeding does not diminish the clinic should call (you can leave us a message at that time if we are not, however, if bleeding is abundant and we have located it should go to the nearest health facility)
    • During the first three hours is very convenient placement of local cold (ice bagging and wrapped in a cloth) at intervals of 15 minutes (15 minutes on ice and 45 permanently without IT), after these first few hours, during the rest of the day you can keep putting cold local whenever possible. It is very important that the ice is applied only on the day of the intervention, and never in the days after, cause it is inflamed, the effect on the next day is counterproductive.
    • The day of the intervention should follow a diet soft and cold, avoiding things hot, crispy, etc, are recommended ice cream, yogurt and cold drinks.
    • From the day following the intervention should rinse out several times a day during a few days, rinse with warm water and salt, and fostering healing.
    • You must abstain completely from smoking in the coming days, because among other reasons favoring the risk of infection and difficult healing of tissues.
    • In regard to your oral hygiene the coming days should be normal in the removed teeth, in the socket (the hole that remains after extraction) to be careful, and can clean the area with gauze soaked in mouthwash (oral rinse) or sticks ear, by little touches without exerting pressure, it is customary in the alveolus food detrit to accumulate, it generally carries no consequences, although sometimes favor the emergence of infectious diseases, which if you notice discomfort or packaging of food in the area do not hesitate to go to consultation where we will make a simple cure.
  • Dental Sensitivity

    Tooth sensitivity is expressed as a nuisance that can be caused by temperature changes, hot-cold, citrus fruit or candy, contact your toothbrush… Since tooth sensitivity bother when brushing, the plaque is being built up exacerbating the problem. Treatment before the tooth sensitivity is the topical application of desensitising agents on tooth surfaces affected. The dentist will prescribe the most appropriate to each case and the patient may be applied at home. After the explanation of desensitizing to avoid the intake of Food and Drinks and beverages as well as rinsing your mouth at a time.

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