Maxillary orthopedics is a specialty of dentistry that caters especially to children who have a deficiency or alteration in the size or growth of their jaws, which will trigger in a future malocclusion, crowding and / or severe facial alterations, use specific removable appliances which are well accepted by patients; orthopedics prevents and corrects redirecting growth, can also be used in adults giving very good results.
Neuroclusal Rehabilitation. Br> br> Once a dental organ is absent, the functionality in chewing, swallowing, phonation and esthetics is lost and it is the dentist together with the dental technician who, using dental prostheses, can return the patient's functions. and aesthetics with all normality, there are numerous dental prostheses including metal, flexible acrylics, fixed and removable.
And Extractions. Undoubtedly the loss of dental organs is the last step that a dentist wants to make and try to save the tooth whenever possible, but there are times when extraction is inevitable. br> br> TAKE CARE OF YOUR TEETH FOR LIFE
Also known as Conduit Treatment. When the caries has advanced too much and affects the pulp of the tooth ie the nerves, it is irremediably necessary to treat the nerve channels and replace them with special materials, under anesthesia and without pain, advanced caries until this point causes a huge spontaneous pain or with stimulation , with which it would be terrible to eat, sleep or talk, the nerve of the tooth is affected or simply dead, other reasons may be for fracture or trauma, a strong blow can cause the teeth to change color becoming dark, indicative of pulp death.
The dentist makes and creates smiles by making aesthetic veneers of resin, porcelain or zirconium, for this purpose he modifies the superficial and anterior face of the tooth, masking all kinds of imperfections, recommended in teeth stained by drugs, patients with diastemas or separations between the teeth and in specific cases, is used in most cases by artists and people who love beauty and perfection. "Art in the hands of your dentist".