After practicing dentistry for 28 years, I can say that today’s dental patients are the lucky ones in the history of the patients. There are so many options available to dental problems and a very high success rate.
We learned a lot about the causes of gum disease and treatments are available. Of course, the best way to prevent periodontal disease with good home care. Once you have gum disease can be treated with antibiotics under the gumline. New mouthwash may be prescribed to prevent the bacteria under control, but if you need a gum surgery, we now have new surgical procedures that preserve most of their gums instead of eliminating the bad parts of the gums. Not all Periodontists are familiar with these new surgical techniques, so be sure to ask about this before your treatment.
The lack of teeth
Since there are so many ways to replace missing teeth and ensure that your dentist is up to date on the new dentistry. Missing teeth can be replaced by permanent or removable substitutes. Removable replacements can be flexible or rigid material. Each has advantages and disadvantages. Also the clips that can be kept in metal or it may appear from the gums. Ask your dentist to show you examples of each. No removable replacements can be done with implants or crowns. Crowns require holes in the teeth and the implants are placed in the bone. Today, implants can last longer than the crown and not rotten teeth with crowns on them.
The teeth are moved with traditional equipment with the child and can be moved with clear aligners. Gutters are not noticeable on the teeth and are made using computer-aided design. At our office, we can make two types of braces, and sometimes we make small temporary implants to help move the teeth. Once your problem is evaluated, can tell you what options are available for you to make a decision. After completing your orthodontic treatment, we can make a clear statement that is almost invisible.