Dental Network - Frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions in dental surgery by dentists
Frequently asked questions are used to answer the usual questions and assumptions that our patients have been asked for or suggested about teeth or dental treatments. We will try to answer the questions that patients ask for on the phone or at the dentist's office.
What is the implant?
Dental implants represent a new technique that has revolutionized dental treatments. Instead of removable removable dentures, dental implants provide an advanced alternative.
This solution provides a great aesthetic and satisfaction to the patient,
allows you to restore your safety and self-esteem.
The implant technique requires a thorough health check, which also contains X-ray recordings.
X-rays allow you to see the bone condition of the jaw where the dental implant is implanted.
Bad breath question
What causes the bad breath?
Bad breath comes from bacteria. Problem comes from gum, gum inflammation,
cause disease called periodontitis. It's more than unpleasant
How to fight with bad breath?
It is not enough to brush or rinse the mouth, the bad odor will return if the proper deep periodontal treatment is not done. This is a cleaning by a specialized dentist.
How to avoid bad breath?
Avoid good oral hygiene, with at least three brushes per day.
Keep your mouth clean. Use floss and toothpaste
Regular dental visits are important. Meet the dentist 3-4 times a year
Why is it more common in pregnant women to have dental caries and gum disease?
Pregnant women are 20 times more progesterone, a female hormone than a woman who is not pregnant.
This progesterone is an excellent "food" for bacteria, such as streptococcus mutans, which cause dental caries. The bacterium streptococcus mutans digestates the sugar content of the food intake, digesting lactic acid, which destroys the teeth, causing tooth decay.
What should I do if I am pregnant and have caries, I have gum disease?
It is urgent to contact our dentist for proper treatment. It is better for the mother to receive timely treatment than during tooth decay or gingival illness during pregnancy.
Chronic infection does not enter the castle stream. If you get in, there may be early birth or low weight of the baby.
Toothbrush - brushing issue
How to choose a toothbrush?
The toothbrush should be of sufficient size to reach the corner of the mouth comfortably.
His bristles should be soft.
The bristles must be straight, so all of them must be identical.
Buy a recognized, certified brand
The toothbrush should be replaced regularly when bristle bending is not possible
Does the gum bleed when I was toothpick, should I worry?
Yeah, if the gum bleeds, it's because of the bacteria, which leads to gingivitis.
What should I do if my gums bleed?
If the gums bleed when brushing your teeth, you should come to the dentist immediately, as you may have gingivitis. If it is not treated in time, the problem continues to grow, with the risk of loss of the tooth.
What is a tooth, toothache?
It's probably a hole! So you need to get to the dentist right away.
What can I do if it hurts?
Nothing! The pain of the tooth is one of the strongest. The only solution is to get to the dentist as soon as possible if necessary urgently! Our Haifa Dent emergency dentistry is available every day of the year, every day of the day.
Why do my teeth hurt the cold?
If you have a toothache when you eat or drink some cold, it may be a gum sensitivity or a minor caries. Treatment is straightforward if you come to the dentist immediately.
Why do I hurt my teeth, warmth?
When you eat or drink something hot and you have pain in the teeth, the problem may be bigger. The solution can cover root management. Contact our dentist as soon as possible.
What age should the child come to the dentist?
It is very important to educate the parents before the first tooth of the child, on the average of six months, before the dentist. It is two and a half years ideal for treating a possible dental caries and preventative measures. Problems may arise in the younger age, which our specialists must handle in due time. Check your teeth at regular intervals with our pediatric dentist's Dental Network dentistry.