Tartar is one of the most common oral conditions and one of the main causes of oral pathologies. Despite being so common, many patients are unaware of what tartar really is and why we should prevent its appearance. In this article our specialists clarify what it is, the consequences of not treating it and the methods we have to eliminate and prevent it in our dental clinic.
In today’s article we are going to talk about orthopantomography, a radiological test necessary to be able to make an initial general diagnosis of a patient’s dental health. At the same time, we will also provide basic concepts on how to interpret it.
A phlegmon, also known as a dental abscess, is a very common inflammation that appears in the gum area. The cause is, in most cases, an infection generated by the accumulation of bacteria from caries or gum disease.
One of the specialties we work in is endodontics. Endodontics is the branch of dentistry that studies the diseases and lesions that occur in the soft tissues inside the tooth (in the dental pulp or dental nerve). When the dental pulp (or nerve) is infected or very inflamed, root canal treatment or endodontics must be performed. This procedure is colloquially known as ‘killing the nerve’ , but this is not entirely accurate, so in today’s article we are going to explain it to make it clearer.
Dental fistula is one of the most common and annoying conditions that our patients may suffer from. In today’s article we will see how to treat them.
The teeth should have a white shade, more or less dull, depending on the person. What represents a problem is having black or very dark teeth, a situation that requires a solution.
If last week we explained what an uniradicular endodontics is, in this post we tell you 5 things that many of our patients wonder about biradicular endodontics. Have you ever heard this term before? To find out all the information on this topic, read on!
The endodontics in Barcelona is one of the most common procedures in. As you already know, it is a technique that consists in remove the nerve or dental pulp of an affected tooth; then, the pulp cavity is filled and sealed, restoring the functionality of the damaged tooth, preventing its extraction and ending the pain. But what exactly is an uniradicular endodontics? We tell you.