Clara Rodríguez de la Borbolla Artacho
• More than 20 years of experience• Dentist in the Dental Clinic Raul Pascual (2012-present) • Dentist Dental Center in Triana (1999-present)• Dentist in the company "Dental Management Systems" (2000-2001) ...
• II refresher course on Orofacial Infections (1997)• Requirements for proper Conservative Dentistry (1997) • Endodontics: therapeutic considerations (1998)• Dental Surgery (1999)• Training course "Basic CPR" (1999)• "Can you improve endodontics?" Theoretical and practical course update (1999)• Degree in Dentistry from the University of Seville (1999)• Director of Facilities FIDOTEC accredited Dental Radiology (Radiation Protection Technical Unit) (2000)• ATM Pathology (1999)• Prosthetic solutions, restorative and prosthetic fixed implant prostheses, choice in mixed prosthesis attachment (2000)• Course of Dentistry (2001)• Course ATM and orofacial pain (2001)• Patient management em medically compromised dental consultation (2003)• Theoretical and practical course of Orthodontics (Diploma) with a duration of 300 hours (2005-2006)• Temporomandibular disorders and orofacial pain (2007)• Occlusion in daily practice. Functional occlusion (2010)• Bases diagnosis and treatment of temporomandibular disorders to the general dentist (2012)• Stratification Composites (2013)• Implantoprótesis diagnosis and Planning (2013)• Whitening (2014)• Noninvasive treatment and prevention of dental caries (2014) ...
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A dental implant is an artificial fixing piece in the jawbone to replace the root of a missing tooth. To implement it, the dentist should stick a tit A dental implant is an artificial fixing piece in the jawbone to replace the root of a missing tooth. To implement it, the dentist should stick a titanium screw into the jawbone, on which after a prosthetic crown (artificial tooth) is placed. This surgery can be classified into various types, according to the phases in which it is carried out: immediate dental implants, when the implant is placed immediately after tooth extraction to shortening the rehabilitation time and avoiding a second surgery; Recent dental implants, when between extraction and implant elapse between six and eight weeks; delayed implantation, when the dentist makes a regeneration of bone first, then wait for the implant about six months; and mature dental implants, if it has been more than nine months between the two phases. ...
A dental prosthesis or denture is a device that seeks to replace lost teeth. Thanks to these chewing, swallowing, speech and dental aesthetics is res A dental prosthesis or denture is a device that seeks to replace lost teeth. Thanks to these chewing, swallowing, speech and dental aesthetics is restored. There are two types: - Fixed dental prostheses: crowns or veneers that are placed over the tooth. - Removable dental prosthesis: transmit force to the teeth, gums and bone. Require special care and maintenance adaptation. Ation against daily care and cleaning, to prevent further consequences. ...
The root canal is a treatment which involves cutting deep in the tooth when the area is damaged. The therapy is indicated when there is a widespread d The root canal is a treatment which involves cutting deep in the tooth when the area is damaged. The therapy is indicated when there is a widespread dental decay or fracture that caused an inflammation or death of the dental pulp. The aim of endodontics is maintaining healthy tooth to be useful for chewing, avoiding having to extract the tooth. The technique involves removing the nerve, clean the root canal and then seal it with a thermoplastic material (gutta percha) and cement or other sealing material. Subsequently, various radiographs are necessary to ensure the accuracy of the result. The term root canal is also used as a synonym for Endodontology, a branch of dentistry that deals with diseases of the dental pulp. ...
The orofacial pain is discomfort caused by mouth and face injuries. These impulses are sent to the brain via the trigeminal nerve. The pain may be muc The orofacial pain is discomfort caused by mouth and face injuries. These impulses are sent to the brain via the trigeminal nerve. The pain may be mucosal, dental or chewing, depending on the source where it is produced. The mucous orofacil pain usually caused by snuff, alcohol or dentures, dental decay originates and chewing, more common in women, is related to bruxism, joint injuries and loss of teeth. ...
The children's dentistry is the area of dentistry that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and dental care for children. The first aim of this specialty is the parents of the importance of teaching and help their children maintain good oral hygiene by brushing teeth awareness, and take them to the dentist regularly, while showing no discomfort. Acquire from childhood oral hygiene habits reduce your chances of getting cavities, gingivitis or periodontitis. In addition, early diagnosis of any condition and treatment will help in the future, to have a better oral development. Controlling the oral health of children is important, since the mouth plays a critical role in nutrition, phonetics and aesthetics of the people. In children, the most common problems are caries and malocclusion of the teeth that are treated by restorative and orthodontic techniques (devices), respectively. ...
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the one that allows people to open and close the mouth to chew, chew, speaking, breathing, yawning or gesture. This joint connects the bones of the skull and face is twofold, ie, one on each side of the head. Performs three types of movement up and down, forward, backward and both sides. The dental malocclusion, orthodontic appliances, stress and bad habits such as clenching or bite objects can alter the function of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which occurs when the opening and closing of the mouth is made with lateral deviations. This syndrome can cause pain in the jaw, ears, head, neck, back, plus trouble chewing. TMJ Treatment is aimed at addressing the causes that have caused the disorder and improve symptoms, and may include physical therapy, exercise, medication, relaxation techniques, mouth guards and surgery, although it is rare. ...
This type of dental caps are made to fit the patient's teeth, and are made of a resin that perfectly blends with the teeth and enamel, and also adapts to them and to the surrounding tissues. The process of placing composite veneers is similar to dental fillings, only the front teeth need a more precise finish, and its placement technique is more accurate. ...
The cleaning is preventive dental care to maintain good oral hygiene. The neglect of teeth can lead to an excessive accumulation of plaque and tartar in the mouth, which can lead to tooth decay, halitosis or diseases such as gingivitis or periodontitis. The dental cleaning involves brushing correctly two or three times a day, flossing, rinsing the mouth with antibacterial liquid and visit the dentist regularly to undergo a professional teeth cleaning, also known as dental prophylaxis. Treatment is simple but its intensity depends on the accumulated plaque and tartar. The dentist begins the process of removal of tartar with ultrasound tool; then polish the tooth to clean stains; It plaque then treated with liquid sodium bicarbonate pressure; and finally applies fluoride on teeth. ...
Cosmetic dentistry refers to the branch of dentistry that deals with the health and aesthetic harmony of the whole mouth. The most common treatments for aesthetic purposes are oral hygiene, enamel micro-abrasion, aesthetic contouring, dental blanquamiento, restorative treatment, orthodontic and periodontal treatment. Thanks to constant technological advances, techniques and machinery to provide the patient oral aesthetics are becoming more sophisticated. ...
Maintenance of dental implants is the whole duty of care follow a patient who has placed him prosthesis on dental implants. Maintenance of dental implants begins the day the placement of the final prosthesis, by a test to monitor that there is a perfect balance between the teeth of the upper and lower jaw for the implants are not forced by certain movements of the mouth . New teeth but do not suffer from gum decay itself could be infected by the accumulation of plaque and tartar. Therefore, the patient should brush your teeth two to three times a day, flossing, rinsing the mouth with antibacterial liquid, undergo periodic reviews and professional cleanings, and avoid smoking. ...
Zygomatic implants are those placed in the zygomatic bone, a short and small bone on the cheek, and those patients are recommended oo mouths with little bone without the presence of bone in the upper jaw. ...
The dental malocclusion is the misalignment of teeth (bite), ie the upper teeth do not fit properly with the lower, and usually hereditary. The patient has a size difference between jaws or between jaw and tooth. Other factors that may cause malocclusion are loss of teeth, thumb sucking or pacifier use. The main symptoms are causing deviant teeth, crowded or protruding, and cause trouble eating and speaking. Treatment of dental malocclusion involves the use of fixed or removable appliances to correct the alignment of the teeth and jaw position. In children and adolescents the extraction of some teeth may also be needed to make room for those who have yet to grow. Children's dental malocclusion is easier to correct than the adult because bone growth is still under development. By using such apparatus straighten teeth and the jaw moves. But in adulthood you can align teeth through orthodontics, but the position of the jaws can be changed only with orthognathic surgery. ...
Immediately loaded implants are those in which the dental implant (screw that replaces the tooth root) and a temporary prosthesis in one intervention is placed. This technique promotes healing of bone tissue and integration of bone implants. This removes the need for fixed period without teeth, with consequent aesthetic and functional advantages, because not go prostheses supported on the gums, discomfort, so that the patient can smile and eat from the outset are reduced. The temporary dental prosthesis is removed when elapsed between three and six months after implant placement. Instead, the dentist will place the final piece that has been made so that it is integrated with the rest of the patient's teeth. The intervention is performed under local anesthesia. ...
Invisalign is an invisible orthodontics technique using a removable splints (aligners), imperceptible to the eye, which correct the position of the teeth without using metal braces. For this treatment a virtual representation of the face is generated in three dimensions in which the expected movement of the teeth is displayed. The aligners are made of a material transparent to the patient as plastic and should be changed every two weeks for a new slightly different to previous progressively to achieve the desired effect. In addition, splints can be removed at any time, so allow eating, drinking and perform oral hygiene without any problems. Above all it is important to keep the aligners clean to prevent caries and periodontal diseases. Average Invisalign treatment lasts between nine and eighteen months. ...
Oral surgery is the set of surgical interventions in the mouth. One of the most frequent is applied to extract wisdom teeth, which is indicated mainly when in pain. Surgery to remove wisdom teeth is also recommended if there is infection, cyst or no space for all the teeth in the jaw. Other interventions for oral surgery are complex tooth extractions extirpation of jaw cysts, biopsies, removal of tooth roots within the bone, or implant surgery and prosthetics braces, recommended for children who have limited mobility lips and tongue be too large because the membrane holding the tongue at the bottom. ...
Orthognathic surgery is surgery to correct the position of the maxilla and mandible. The objective of this procedure is to get a good fit of these two bones to improve jaw function and aesthetics of the face. This surgery is indicated for patients with dental malocclusion that can not be treated only with orthodontics. The types of corrective surgery are: mandibular advancement, when the lower teeth and chin are lagging behind the rest of the face; closing the open bite, when the upper and lower teeth do not contact to shut up and leave a space; and jaw asymmetry, when the chin and teeth deviate sideways. To find out which treatment is most appropriate, a study is carried out in three dimensions with x rays. The images allow to know what area should be operated and perform process simulation. Before the intervention, the individual must bear fixtures for a while so that the teeth fit together when the jaws have been put in place with the intervention. ...
Periodontal maintenance is the post-periodontal surgery for periodontitis or pyorrhea. This stage of the treatment of the disease is important, among other things, to prevent tooth decay or to keep as much of them. Periodontal maintenance consists of regular visits to the dentist (about three times a year) to get a complete disinfection of the mouth with the aim of eliminating the beginnings of plaque or tartar because the bacteria that caused the periodontitis can cause new damage Gums. In the visits, the dentist examines the state of the gums and the evolution of the disease. Anyway, recommend each patient a personalized periodontal maintenance. ...
Teeth whitening is a cosmetic treatment to remove stains and dirt from the teeth in order to recover a whiter and brighter tone of the pieces. This technique does not cause pain to the patient and can be carried out in three different ways. The first is the in-office bleaching, which usually lasts an hour and whose advantage is to get a color change in a short period of time. To do so, the dentist applies protects the gums and teeth peroxide gel of high concentration, and then may use a special laser light that facilitates the penetration of the gel into the enamel. The second treatment is a professional home kit, in which the patient applies a lower concentration of peroxide gel on the teeth, but remains longer in the tooth, can provide better results. The application of the gel takes place in a splint tailored to the teeth by the dentist. Finally, the third system is the home bleaching, in which the patient purchase a simpler kit containing a gel professional kit lower concentration, and that is applied by a single nozzle size. The success of this treatment depends on the time of use. ...
Veneers and crowns are aesthetic solutions for coating damaged teeth. The veneer is a thin sheet made as placed only on the outer surface of the tooth, attached thereto for all through a type of cement imperceptible to the eye. Its aim is to mask tooth color abnormalities or conceal an alteration in their size or shape. Veneers can be of two types: composite veneers or porcelain veneers. For its part, the dental crown is a kind of tailor-made prosthesis that covers the entire deteriorated, aiming to restore function and aesthetics of the piece natural tooth. These dental caps are indicated in decayed teeth or injury that can not be repaired. They are made of metal, ceramic or porcelain fused to metal. ...
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