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DENTAL TOURISM IN ROMANIA. Bacterial Plaque.

12 Jan

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DENTAL TOURISM IN ROMANIA. Bacterial Plaque.

The main factor concerning the etymology of the periodontal disease is the bacterial plaque, which, from a clinical point of view, cannot be removed using a water jet or a simple rinse. It represents a colorless adherent layer of bacteria and food waste cumulated both at the basis of teeth and on the surfaces of fillings, fixed or mobile prosthesis, braces, implants.

The bacterial plaque starts lodging approximately at one hour after the brushing, through the appearance of a slim layer, followed by its widing as hours pass by. If it is not removed, in time, it turns out into tartar and it can easily lead to different affections of gums and periodontal diseases. The plaque can consist various bacteria, these being associated with different dental illnesses.

It can be found both over and under gums, the over gums one being involved in the pathogenicity of decay processes. In most of the cases the visit to the dental clinic is highly necessary for the dentist to be able to evaluate and solve the inconveniences.
With the right prevention measures, the bacterial plaque can be easily avoided with the help of a full brushing at least twice a day, especially when it comes to the evening one, of floss, interdental brush, mouth wash and limited consumption of adherent food.

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