Tooth And Gum Care
Tooth decay is more common in people with frequent teeth. Because the
residues that cannot be removed by brushing are placed between the cavities
of the teeth. Here it causes bacterial growth, hence tooth decay and bad
breath. Shower mouth; the teeth are hard-to-reach areas between the teeth and
gum into the pocket pressure water helps to apply massage gums, especially
gum disease, teeth crowding, teeth prone to decay and implant or a fixed
bridge for the benefit of the persons who applied to the process.
But it is important to remember that gum disease does not only occur from
lack of oral care. Gum disease can also be caused by misalignment of teeth,
the presence of rotten teeth in the mouth, the presence of false or poorly made
veneers, and by faulty chewing forces. You may also become more prone to
gum disease during pregnancy or along with some systemic diseases such as
Antibiotics taken during the development of teeth, certain drugs such as
fluoride, and passed diseases of children with fever cause tooth discoloration.
In addition to these, the most important reason for tooth coloration is the
frequent consumption of food, tea, coffee and Coke containing dyes. Also,
cigarettes, pipes etc. the use of tobacco-containing products causes teeth to
lose whiteness. “Office Bleaching”, which will be applied by the physician in the
clinic, also performs cleaning of the tooth surface before the physician. After
the gum is closed with a special protective barrier, bleaching agent is applied to
the teeth surfaces and the procedure is performed under the control of the
physician. The procedure can take between 15-30 minutes and one or several
sessions may need to be repeated.
In most cases, the treatment of gum disease is simple. The first treatment
usually consists of professional cleaning done by the dentist using special
tools and devices to remove the plaque and stones around the tooth tissues.
The first step of treatment is to decontaminate the teeth with the help of a
brush, floss and an interface brush.
The surgical procedures performed under local anesthesia are called
peridontal operations in order to treat enlarged, pulled gums, cavities that have
occurred due to the melting of the alveolar bone, and bone melts. In these
operations, auxiliary biomaterials such as membrane, bone graft are used to
target the re-formation of lost tissues. Operations need to be checked at
intervals of 3-6 months after.