Prevention

Prevention

  • Fluoride application. This procedure helps to prevent cavities, because reinforce the tooth enamel.
  • Prophylaxis. Process that involves the removal of dental plaque formed in the areas of difficult access of the teeth. It is recommended to be performed once a year and in some cases every 6 months. For more information, schedule an appointment.
  • Application of sealant in fosters and fissures. Treatment that is performed on the surface of children’s molars and permanent molars, which serves to prevent the accumulation of food in the pits and fissures, which are part of the natural anatomy of the teeth.
  • Dental guard for bruxism. This treatment serves to cushion the unconscious movement of clenching or grinding the teeth. The forces released by bruxism not only affect the joints of the jaws, but also overload and damage the muscles of chewing and teeth.
  • Tooth sensitivity treatment. Dental sensitivity occurs when the enamel that protects the teeth loses thickness, or when undue dental tissue is exposed to the oral cavity. This can be treated in different ways, depending on which tissue is affected.

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