How often should I visit the dentist?
The frequency should be determined by the dentist because it depends on the needs of each mouth. Your teeth and gums may need to be examined every 3 or 4 months. However, at least once every six months, you must visit the dentist even if you do not feel any problem in order to prevent future problems.
How your daily oral care should be done?
In order to have always a healthy and bright smile, you must always take care of your oral hygiene. Teeth brushing should be done twice a day, in the morning and the evening. But it’s not enough. Intermediate cleaning with interdental brushes or dental floss is also essential. A mouthwash will complete the daily care, giving a pleasant taste and freshness. A beautiful smile is first of all the clean smile and it always adds a sense of self-confidence and self-esteem in our everyday life
Does the whitening damage my teeth?
If whitening is done by following all safety rules in accordance with the implementing Protocol by the dentist and with materials approved by the competent bodies, it does not cause any damage to the dental and periodontal tissues. In order to achieve the desired result, every case will be dealt accordingly.
Where does a bad breath come from?
Bad breath is a problem that has been of concern to people since ancient times and is not a problem of modern society. It is caused by sulfur gases produced by the metabolism of the microbial flora of the mouth. If the metabolic activity of the microbes increases either due to an increase in their amount or due to an increase in their pathogenicity, then the bad breath is present. The most common conditions that cause bad breath are gingival and periodontal disease.
What do I need to care after the teeth’s whitening is being done?
Do not smoke, avoid too much coffee, tea, coca cola, chlorhexidine oral solutions and very colorful foods such as beetroots and strawberries. But if you cannot avoid all of this, you should do whitening in few days at certain times, for example every 1-2 years to restore the white color of your teeth.
What is Aesthetic Dentistry?
By saying aesthetic dentistry we mean all those tasks that aim to improve the appearance of the patient's smile with use of special techniques and specific materials. They give an aesthetic result better than what we would have theoretically, if we use conventional materials of the daily dental practice.
Long-term studies that have been presented at international dental conferences confirm a success rate of over 95% after the lapse of 10 years for implants. Careful planning of treatment, correct implant placement, regular dental checkups, and proper oral hygiene are all important factors for the long-term outcome of your implant.
The development of oral diseases such as caries, gum inflammation and periodontitis can be avoided by looking after oral hygiene and taking precautions. First of all, proper oral hygiene is very important for remove of bacteria that causes plaque and caries. Brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. Use dental floss for interdental spaces to remove food debris and hidden bacteria. In addition, rinse your teeth with antibacterial mouthwash to boost protection of your teeth.
It's wrong, unless we talk about Aesthetic Dentistry such as whitening or veneers. It is recommended to visit the dentist regularly during pregnancy for dental cleaning, dental examination and for treatment of dental pain and inflammation of the gums.
The reason is that there may be a relationship between periodontal disease and premature births. The risk of a premature or inferior baby for women with periodontal disease may be seven times higher than usual.
For this reason you should take care of your teeth during pregnancy. Be careful of edematous, red, sensitive or bleeding gums. The dentist will clean your gums and help you to avoid toothaches during pregnancy.
Yes, with implementation of conservative and surgical techniques. Initially, it is intended the inflammation to be removed by scaling and radical scraping and the patient to be educated on a new program for improving of oral hygiene.
In some cases, due to the severity of the disease, conservative treatment is not enough and the problem can be solved with a small surgical procedure.