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Pregnancy and the oral health of your teeth.

Pregnancy and the oral health of your teeth.
Pregnacy and oral health

Pregnacy and oral health

Pregnancy and oral health:

Given the fact that you are already two and wearing a double responsibility, it is necessary to realize the need for a proper diet full of vitamins, minerals and other adjacent elements.


Your dentist can help during pregnancy :

Also, there are recommendations for the care and the maintenance of your teeth  health as well as for your children’s teeth . Your dentist can help you with advice on oral hygiene and implementation of a program of prophylaxis to prevent further complications.


What can I do for my teeth?

Mutations of hormonal change during pregnancy lead to modification of the  blood vessels and connective tissue. Thus, it can reach a pronounced predisposition to gum inflammation, which is manifested, for example, by repeated bleeding  gums. Such inflammation caused by tooth structure can often meet to a pregnant person . The increased appetite and the crave for  sweets can lead to decay.  On  tooth enamel acts with aggressivity the gastric acidity. To remove the danger of tooth decay and gum inflammation during pregnancy  you must maintain a strict hygiene of the mouth.


These actions that you have to do  are:

Cleaning your teeth after every meal or after eating sweets.

Using a fluoride-rich solutions for cleaning the mouth or a gel for tooth enamel.

Consuming  a  healthy food for teeth – with very little sugar and fizzy drinks.

Information, advice and regular checkups to the dentist.


How the health for your child’s teeth is formed during your pregnancy :

The basis is the period between the 6th and 8th week of pregnancy, the so-called period of teeth developing. Some small buds are formed in the bell-shaped and it will be the sprouting place for the 20 milk teeth and  for the permanent teeth(  the 32)  that will appear later. The milk teeth  are strengthened by storing  minerals, gradually, from the 4th month of birth. That is why it is so important a nourishment rich in vitamins and minerals during pregnancy. If you want to  fill your diet with a diet rich in minerals and fluoride tablets, you cannot do this  without to inquire your doctor or your dentist.

Immediately after the moment of birth, dental alveoli are already prepared to host baby teeth. Regarding the permanent lateral teeth (molars), there are present  the cusps. Between the 6th and 9th month of life the first milk teeth appear. After that, it completes the roots. By the 24th month of life are made all the 20 teeth of the deciduous teeth. Immediately after the appearance of the first tooth, your child should be slowly  accustomed  with the ritual washing of the teeth – for example through a  delicate piece of  wool or cotton . The teeth cleaning  is the foundation for beautiful and healthy teeth that could last a lifetime.

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Posted by on September 19, 2014 in DENTAL


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The oral health in children , the oral health in adolescents, the oral health in adults.

Oral health

Oral health

The oral health in children :

Dental experts recommend:

Even before tooth eruption, clean the baby gums after each meal with a gauze soaked in water. With the advent of teeth, you use a soft bristle toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste, the size of a pea.

At the age of two or three years, the child may have already learned proper brushing techniques.

Schedule your child to a dental check even at the age of one year. Regular visits to dentist will become a habit and will help him in the future to escape of the fear of the dentist.

Encourage your child to discuss about concerns about dental checks, but you should never mention the word “hurt” or “pain”.

About the development and the care of teeth, you need to know:

Milk teeth (temporary) are in number of 20 and they fully erupt around the age of three years, their order of appearance is different.

Permanent teeth appear around the age of six years beginning with the first molar and lower central incisor. The process continues until the age of 21 years. Adults have at least 28 and up to 32 permanent teeth (including molars 4 – wisdom teeth).

We recommend washing your teeth twice a day

The change of the brush is recommended every 3-4 months.

Ask your dentist about fluoride supplements, recommendations that can be administered to children. Studies have shown high efficiency of these products in the prevention of cavities.

Caries and gingivitis in children can be avoided only if you will impose him an early proper oral hygiene. The routine oral hygiene should be made ​​in the early years and should last throughout the entire life.

The oral health in adolescents:

A proper diet and the attention paid to the oral hygiene is very important for keeping your teeth healthy during this period.The caries and the periodontal disease may be a threat to teens as well as adults. The recent studies concerning the rates of the bleeding gums in adolescents show that three-quarters of teens with ages between 13 and 17 years suffer from hypersensitivity gum.

Dental experts recommend:

Correct brushing at least 2 times per day. The loaded school programs may give the habit of eating “snacks” harmful to teeth. To maintain the health of your teeth is good to start with a controlled diet.

If you wear braces, you have to pay attention to the hygiene of interdental spaces. You can use floss or toothbrushes designed for efficient cleaning for premises and equipment fixed to the teeth, and the use an irrigator.

As might be expected, in the relationship between young , the smile plays a very important role .

A rigorous oral hygiene, helps to maintain an attractive smile and for this you should do regular visits to dentist.

The oral health in adults:

Because of the life pace, to an adult remains very little time for the care that it must be given for having healthy teeth. Unfortunately, the neglect of the oral hygiene leads to periodontal disease, the leading cause of tooth loss in adults.Timely discovery of such conditions reduces health risks for the permanent teeth and gums and eases possible costly and lengthy treatments.

You have to do regular visits to dentist – twice a year or on his recommendation, and your dentist will learn you how to better take care of your teeth . Also during a visit to dentist, the doctor can tell if you have a dental condition in the early stage. In these cases, the treatment is easy and painless.

Tooth decay is the most common dental problem in adult patients. They can be largely prevented by brushing correctly and consistently at least twice a day.

In general, the stains on teeth are the effect of the coffee consumption and smoking. The recovery of the natural whiteness of your teeth is achieved by various methods. It is recommended to start with a thorough dental cleaning and professional cleaning (which will restore the natural color of your teeth) performed by the dentist. To maintain as long possible the tooth color it can be used a paste with whitening agents.

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Posted by on September 13, 2014 in DENTAL


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Dysport is a medicine successfully used for many years in neurosurgery, pediatrics, and ophthalmology and is being based on an organic product marketed for human use as injectable solution. In corrective cosmetic surgery, minute amounts of Dysport are injected into the areas affected by wrinkles especially in the face and neck area. Lines (wrinkles) treatment with botox
The muscular activity, which is the main cause of facial wrinkles, is blocked, so the specified muscle cannot contract as usual. All the others nerve functions, (tactile skin sensitivity) from the untreated areas, remains unaffected.


  • Dynamic wrinkles from the forehead, from around the eyes, glabella (space between the eyebrows) and lower eyelid
  • Small facial asymmetries
  • Excessive palm and sole sweat
  • Normal or excessive underarm sweat (Hyperhydrosis)

The method is quick and, for the patient, the pain associated with the injection is minimal. Using a tiny micro-needle and delicately punctioning the specified muscles, Dysport is directly injected in several areas. The treatment is performed ambulatory therefore it doesn’t require patient’s preliminary medical preparation.

The contraction of the muscle is inhibited by injecting a minute quantity of Dysport thus it prevents wrinkles to form or increase. It takes 2 up to 7 days after the injection for the effect to be visible and it lasts three to six months. Periodic re-treatments are required so that the effect may be extended for almost one year. The effect may be amplified by using Dysport treatment in conjunction with other wrinkle reduction procedures (chemical laser agents).


  • Before the procedure, the patient must not be medically tested so that the treatment can be applied immediately
  • After the treatment the patient may go to work and resume all the usual activities afterwards (except for fitness and profound facial massage for three months)
  • The final effect is not permanent but it can last for a long time so that the patient can decide if he/she wishes to continue the Dysport treatment or not.
  • The face’s initial aspect will be kept after the effect disappears.

Side effects are very rare. The most frequent side effect is the formation of a bruise on the injection site. This might appear on 3 to 10 percent of the patients and it will fade away after few days. A temporary weakness to nearby muscle may be caused but it lasts only few days. Only in very rare cases the Dysport treatment has no effect.

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Posted by on September 5, 2014 in AESTHETIC SURGERY


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