- A systematized diagnostic method focused on evaluating all the structures of the oral cavity, from the gum and supporting bone of the teeth, to each of the existing dental pieces, to determine the list of needs to be solved and thus obtain a healthy mouth, functional and aesthetically pleasing, providing comfort and absolute confidence to our patients.
- Knowing the state of health or disease of the gum and bone is essential to keep our teeth in the mouth healthy. A detailed analysis of each of these structures includes a clinical evaluation (periodontogram), radiographic and photographic, as well as a test for the presence of bacterial biofilm, a determining factor for the control of periodontal diseases.
Root scraping and smoothing
- Specialized method aimed at eliminating all the sources of infection caused by calculus or dental tartar accumulated to the dental roots (known as tartar ), with the purpose of looking for a healthier gum. For this purpose the latest technology based on a minimally invasive ultrasonic system known as PIEZON is used that provides a quick and free treatment of pain or sensitivity and finished with an efficient system of removal of dental stains and bacterial biofilm by means of of AIRFLOW technology. As a result, it will bring a gum free from inflammation, bleeding, removal of periodontal pouches and a healthier mouth.
- A procedure aimed at eliminating all defects in the supporting bone of teeth that exist as a result of bacterial infection or periodontal disease. This treatment is focused on improving and increasing the bone support of the teeth through the application of bone grafts and specific proteins that allow them to extend their life.
- The space where the dental roots settle in the bone is called alveolus. This bony structure collapses when a tooth is lost. In a time no longer than three months, the support bone or alveolus fades and causes sinking that affect the aesthetics of the patient and that are conducive to the accumulation of food remains that bring with them a bad smell and taste of mouth. The alveolar preservation technique is focused on preventing the collapse or loss of the supporting tissues of the teeth after extraction (alveolar bone and gum) and consists of placing specific biomaterials when extracting the tooth that facilitate the regeneration and formation of new bone and gum at the site where the dental extraction was performed.
- When a tooth is lost and it is not replaced immediately, nor is any procedure focused on preventing the collapse of the alveolar bone, with the passage of time the amount of existing bone is reduced, which brings aesthetic consequences, functional and health. Such sites become incompatible with the placement of dental implants to replace lost teeth. Bone regeneration is a procedure focused on the reconstruction of these lost tissues that will correct the collateral consequences of bone loss and allow the proper placement of dental implants.
- The movement or displacement of the edge or margin of the gum in the direction of the root brings us an appearance of longer teeth, very sensitive and propitious to develop dental caries. This problem is called gingival recession, which are treatable by means of gum grafts that aim to improve the quality and quantity of existing gum, cover the visible root by improving aesthetics and eliminate dental sensitivity.
- The size of our teeth and the amount of gum we show when smiling is decisive in the appearance of our smile. Periodontal plastic surgery allows us to correct the inadequate proportions between teeth and gums, creating ideal sizes for teeth and improving the appearance of the smile.
- Dental implants today are known as the number one method to replace a tooth that can no longer be restored or saved in the mouth. These artificial roots represent the long-term and definitive solution to maintain chewing function and dental aesthetics and report over 97% success in all cases treated. An artificial root will be placed in the bone, which will be integrated into it (osteointegration) to allow the subsequent placement of a crown on said artificial root, feeling and looking like a natural tooth. The correct planning and execution of the installation of dental implants in the bone for its subsequent restoration or placement of crown is essential that it is carried out by an expert in the area
- The alteration in the functioning of the salivary glands causes an inadequate production of saliva that facilitates the sensation of dry mouth. The proper management of salivary substitutes, prevention strategies and restriction of certain substances are essential to avoid collateral problems such as the high incidence of dental caries and periodontal disease. We have developed a complete protocol for therapy and follow-up in the short, medium and long term for patients with any degree of hyposalivation.
- This concept, which emerged in the 1990s, establishes the open two-way relationship that exists between diseases and systemic diseases (cardiovascular disease, rheumatic diseases, diabetes, allergies, premature births and low birth weight babies) with the condition of health or periodontal disease. We have developed a therapy modality focused on the general health of our patients, promoting a close collaboration with the different medical specialties to develop treatment protocols that not only guide our patients’ oral health but to a comprehensive health.