What is an oral irrigator (or dental water jet) and what is it for? Irrigators are devices that use a high-pressure jet of water to remove the remains of food and bacterial plaque from the teeth and gums, improving dental hygiene when used in conjunction with a manual or electric toothbrush
People often don’t think it’s important to replace a lost tooth. Losing a tooth, if you don’t replace it, can result in a series of consequences over time that not only can affect your mouth but also your health and self-esteem.
The latest technological advances enable dentists to provide better diagnoses and treatments, improve their patients quality of life and promote the early detection of disease.
Tooth mobility is a clinical sign that may reflect the degree of periodontal destruction caused by localised infections in the gums and the structures surrounding the teeth (ligaments and alveolar bone) and providing support and stability; these infections are produced by bacteria originating in bacterial plaque.
Many times, when we brush our teeth, we are not aware if we are doing it correctly or if there is anything we can do to improve. We also are not aware of the consequences of poor brushing.
Is this problem exclusive to teeth? Many patients suffer every day, from the moment they wake up in the morning, from mouth problems, headaches, fatigued chewing muscles, etc.
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