DENTAL DISEASES. PERIODONTITIS AND ITS OTHER SYMPTOMS

There are two common diseases of the oral cavity or gums after tooth decay. These are gingivitis and periodontal disease, also known as periodontitis or pyorrhea.

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Gingivitis

Gingivitis and periodontitis are inflammatory processes of the gums with a common etiology, mainly of bacterial origin derived from dental plaque. Gingivitis is the initial state that gives rise to periodontal disease and affects the state of the gum without involving the supporting tissues of the tooth itself. This process is reversible and the gingiva regains its natural appearance after taking the correct hygiene measures and carrying out the appropriate treatment.

Periodontitis

However, in periodontitis, there are added factors that influence its appearance and development, such as genetic, environmental, and local among others.

Periodontitis is considered the most serious periodontal disease and it directly affects the holding apparatus of the tooth, attacking the supporting bone that surrounds it, which means that it even leads to tooth loss in the most advanced stages of the disease.

Unlike gingivitis, the destruction produced in the tissues is irreversible, thus favoring a greater accumulation of bacteria and the progression of the disease.

Among the most prominent symptoms, we can identify bleeding, bad breath, the appearance of receding gums, and the appearance of small holes in the teeth; however, the pain is not frequent. Periodontitis also compromises speech, reduces the quality of life, and is a growing burden on the economy

The formation process of periodontitis is slow, is not painful, and occurs mainly between teeth.

The best way to avoid the effects of gingivitis and its subsequent development in dental disease is to put yourself in the hands of our specialized team at Asensio Advanced Dentistry.

Put your trust in our specialized team at Asensio Advanced Dentistry, your trusted dental clinic in Valencia for dental holidays, and feel free to call us at 963 82 55 77 or 685 54 29 95 for any queries or concerns.

Finally, let us assure you that in our dental clinic, we follow all the prevention and safety measures against COVID-19. We will be happy to solve all your questions and help you as much as possible. You can count on your trusted dental clinic in Valencia to show off your best smile without any worry.

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DO DENTAL IMPLANTS HURT?

When undergoing any dental treatment, pain is one of the main concerns that patients suffer. Thanks to improvements in new technologies, advances in medicine, and dental techniques, going to the dentist becomes something totally different from how we knew it. Now, it is part of a new experience.

One of the great advantages of dental implants spain is that they are not only placed through a painless procedure but also contribute to improving oral health and the appearance of the oral cavity. Dental prostheses do not hurt, neither during their placement and the postoperative period nor with their subsequent use when biting and chewing.

Before starting the intervention, the specialist in charge of the operation will usually administer local anesthesia to the patient. However, there have been cases in which people feel very reluctant to dental surgeries and therefore, at Asensio Advanced Odontology, we also offer an alternative to the application of local anesthesia, which is conscious sedation. This allows patients to feel more relaxed and less nervous before the intervention.

Recovery after dental implant surgery depends on many factors and varies from person to person. For this reason, it is very important to follow the rest and healing indications suggested by the specialized professional of Dr. Asensio’s team once the surgery is finished.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are artificial roots that are created to replace the roots of lost teeth and are capable of integrating to the point of living together in a healthy and totally natural way with the rest of the tissues of the mouth. The crowns or dental prostheses will then settle on these roots, thus completing these artificial teeth.

Implants act like natural teeth, so the patient does not notice the difference and can lead a totally normal life.

Put your trust in our specialized team at Asensio Advanced Dentistry, your trusted dental clinic in Valencia for dental tourism spain, and feel free to call us at 963 82 55 77 or 685 54 29 95 for any queries or concerns.

Finally, let us assure you that in our dental clinic, we follow all the prevention and safety measures against COVID-19. We will be happy to solve all your questions and help you as much as possible. You can count on your trusted dental clinic in Valencia to show off your best smile without any worry.

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