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Gingiva

The gingiva (or gums) is the part of tissue that surrounds the tooth and that covers the bone tissue basically to support the tooth itself. Healthy gingivas have a light pink color, with a…
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14 March 2024

Gingivectomy

A gingivectomy is the term for a dental procedure in which the gingiva surrounding a tooth is partially removed. This procedure may be necessary for example in case of hypertrophy of the…
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14 March 2024

Gingivitis

Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gingival tissue caused by oral bacteria. The inflamed gums appear red, swollen and prone to bleeding. It can also be accompanied by bad breath.…
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14 March 2024
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Gingival Abscess

In this article, we discuss Gingival Abscess. Commonly considered as the simplest form of dental abscess, it manifests directly in the gum due to infectious processes. Explore all aspects of…
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14 March 2024

Dental veneers

We all know the importance of having a beautiful smile. Each of us would like to show our teeth without the fear of feeling uncomfortable. A beautiful smile makes us feel…
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14 March 2024

Granuloma

A granuloma is an inflammatory tissue that forms in reaction to an infection caused by the presence of bacteria at the apical level of the tooth. If this becomes chronic and increases in size…
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14 March 2024

Incision

An incision is a surgical procedure in which the soft tissue is cut. A scalpel is usually used. This intervention is necessary to reach the levels below. In dentistry, this procedure is…
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14 March 2024

Interdental

By interdental part we mean the area between consecutive neighboring teeth. This space can be more or less wide depending on the shape and position of the teeth. It represents an area of ​​greater accumulation of…
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14 March 2024

Molars

Molars are permanent teeth found in the back of the mouth. From the age of approximately 6 years the first molars begin to erupt in the oral cavity. The second molars in the twelfth year…
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14 March 2024

Oral infection

Oral infection is caused by the active or passive infiltration of microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria or fungi into the tissue. These pathogens multiply in the body and cause various signs of disease. Most…
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14 March 2024
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