Treatments to maintain oral health.
Dental treatment intended to prevent tooth decay. Teeth have recesses on their biting surfaces; these pits and fissures are most vulnerable to tooth decay and dental sealants are materials placed in these pits and fissures to fill them in.
Sometimes it’s necessary to remove a tooth that can’t be treated and harmful to the dental device.
For example teeth that stay anchored inside the bone without erupting, such as wisdom teeth. Extraction can be justified by frequent infections in the area and pain.
Also known as root canal treatment, it is the procedure used to remove the pulp from the tooth and seal the pulpal canal. The pulp is the innermost part of the tooth and consists of a soft tissue that contains the nerves and blood vessels. This technique is commonly known as killing the nerve.
Bruxism is a persistent mandibular parafunction that is commonly known as teeth-grindng. People who have bruxism tightly tighten the upper teeth with the lower teeth and move them back and forth and vice versa, most of the time unconsciously causing the wear of the pieces. The most frequent and difficult to control is the one related to sleep, and to solve dental splints are used.
It fulfills a preventive function of periodontal diseases. It involves removing the plaque and tartar that builds up in the dental cervix and under the gum. In addition, it can remove coffee and tobacco stains from teeth.