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periodontal disease prevalence

What are the stages of periodontal disease

Periodontal disease is very common around the world. It goes through 4 stages, the more advanced it is, the more destructive the disease, causing mobility and loss of teeth.

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Care & Prevention

reversing gingivitis
How to reverse gingivitis ?

Gingivitis, one of the most popular diseases, is the leading cause of adult tooth loss. Fortunately at its initial stage, it can be easily reversible.

10 Reasons why you should use oral irrigator

Although Oral irrigator is both practical and effective, it's not meant for everyone. There are many reasons to buy it. I propose 10 reasons to use it

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Is it still important to use Dental Floss

The toothbrush alone removes only 70% of the dental plaque, while the complementary use of a dental floss can remove up to 30%...

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Gum Disease

periodontal disease
The 5 most serious Periodontal Diseases

Periodontal disease is inflammation of the gums and supporting structures of the teeth. It is one of the most common human diseases.
Read on to discover the 5 most serious periodontal diseases.



Periodontal disease prevalence
What are the stages of periodontal disease

Periodontal disease is very common around the world. It goes through 4 stages, the more advanced it is, the more destructive the disease, causing mobility and loss of teeth.

gingivitis and periodontitis
Gingivitis vs. Periodontitis

Gingivitis is the initial phase of gum disease. It can be easily reversible but for various reasons it can turn into periodontitis which is more severe and complicated.



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Dental antibiotics for infection

The antibiotic is prescribed only in case of infection. But, not all infections require antibiotics. In addition, if an antibiotic is necessary, it is always accompanied by an act which aims to reduce the bacterial load.



Tooth disease

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Why is root decay so common and how to prevent it

The risk of having root caries increases with age. It is very common in adults for several reasons. Discover all about root caries and how to prevent it.

Cracked tooth after a root canal

A tooth with root canal treatment is more fragile and therefore more susceptible to fracture. The conservation or the extraction of the tooth depends on the severity of the fracture.

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Treatment & Restoration

tooth decay
When it is abnormal to have Stained Teeth

Sometimes we can find stains on our teeth even if good hygiene is maintained. These colorations can be natural whereas others appear following determined factors



stem cells for teeth regrowth
Stem cells are able to regrow lost teeth

Stem cells are powerful cells, thanks to them, we can treat incurable diseases.Today, they are used in dentistry to regrow lost teeth

tooth decay
Root planing: All you need to know about root planing

Root planing or root descaling is a therapeutic act that consists of removing tartar from tooth surfaces and removing infected tissue, biofilm and infiltrated bacteria in order to obtain a smooth, clean and desinfected root surface.



Are dental X-rays safe

Dental x-rays are one of the lowest radiation dose studies performed. They are very safe but studies have shown meningioma risks for patients exposed to these radiations. Various measures are taken to minimize the risks...