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How do you know if you have gum problems?

How do you know if you have gum problems?

In addition to the teeth, another element of the oral cavity that can suffer the consequences of poor oral health are the gums. These are the most delicate part of the mouth, exposed to different problems that can be aggravated if not treated in time. Gum disease can be different in each patient, depending on the degree of affectation. There are some symptoms associated with gum problems, which help in detecting them and choosing the most appropriate treatment. What are the most common gum problems? The most common gum problems are gingivitis and periodontitis). When the gums are not healthy, inflammation occurs in the soft tissues...

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ORAL HEALTH TIPS COVID-19

ORAL HYGIENE TIPS FOR CHILDREN

First dental check-up in children

First dental check-up in children

Tooth decay is one of the most common chronic diseases among children. Due to a lack of oral hygiene or poor practice in the care of baby teeth, children are increasingly more likely to develop some kind of oral problem. How can this be avoided? The key is not to prolong children's first dental check-up too long. Paediatric dentistry is the branch of dentistry that focuses on the care of different diseases...

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How can hygiene habits be reinforced in children?

How can hygiene habits be reinforced in children?

The acquisition of correct oral hygiene habits in children is the responsibility of their parents. To encourage the development of teeth and keep them clean and healthy at all times, children should learn from an early age to brush and take care of them on their own, but always under the supervision of their parents, who should monitor the effectiveness of their brushing. Teaching children to brush their teeth correctly is not complicated. At this stage, when they learn quickly, it is more...

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Dummy use in babies with teeth

Dummy use in babies with teeth

The soother is one of the most used baby accessories during the first years of a baby's life. There are parents who cannot live without it, and others who are totally against its use. Despite the bad reputation it has acquired in recent years, the use of soothers in babies with teeth does not necessarily have any negative effects on the little ones. Knowing how to remove the soother in time allows the baby's teeth to develop properly. But what happens if a child wears a soother for longer...

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ORAL HEALTH TIPS

How to remove tartar from teeth?

How to remove tartar from teeth?

The accumulation of dental tartar on gums and teeth is one of the most common oral problems among the population. It is usually...