Periodontics is the specialty of Dentistry that studies the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases or abnormalities that affect the tissues that support the teeth. The main periodontal diseases are Gingivitis and Periodontitis.
Orthodontics is the specialty of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental malpositions and deformities of the jaws.
Dental implants are artificial roots that are surgically placed inside the maxillary bone to replace the teeth. After a period of osseointegration, dental prostheses are connected. They are the best solution for the permanent replacement of the teeth..
Prosthodontics is the part of dentistry that is responsible for replacing teeth, whether due to absence, loss or impossibility of restoration. It restores the functionality, esthetics and harmony of the mouth using dental prostheses.
Dental Esthetics is responsible for studying and treating in each patient the alterations in shape and color, size and three-dimensional alignment of their teeth so that they can display a beautiful natural smile adapting to current beauty canons.
Endodontic treatment includes all those procedures aimed at maintaining the health of the dental pulp or part of it. When the pulp of a tooth is irreversibly affected by deep decay or trauma, it is necessary to do root canal treatment of the tooth.
Conservative and restorative dentistry allows us to prevent, stop and cure dental cavities in all phases from the smallest to the largest destruction of dental tissue.
Pediatric dentistry is the branch of dentistry responsible for treating the teeth of children, from birth to age 6 caring for their milk teeth, and up to 12 years of age, when the mixed dentition ends and the final one begins. is the branch of dentistry responsible for treating the teeth of children, from birth to age 6 caring for their milk teeth, and up to 12 years of age, when the mixed dentition ends and the final one begins.
It is the discipline that relates dental problems with diseases or symptoms in other parts of the body.
Snoring can be harmful to the health of the sufferer. It may be accompanied by apneas (interruptions of breathing). One of the most common causes of snoring is anomalies of the upper and lower jaw.