Dr. Fernando Gómez López
• More than 15 years of experience• 1989-1994: Volunteer in Medical Care Service for Refugees and asylees. Spanish Red Cross - Assembly of Madrid • 1995-1999: Service of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Hospital Clinico San Carlos - Madrid• 2000: Medical Specialist Area. Service of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Hospital Clinico San Carlos - Madrid. ( January-March 2000 )• Unit Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Recollect Clinica - Albacete. (July 2000 - October 2006)• Unit Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Clinica La Alameda - Cuenca. (January 2001- December 2003 )• Medical Specialist Area. Service of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. University Hospital of San Juan - Alicante. ( July-September 2001 /2002)• Medical Specialist Area. Service of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Hospital Universitario de la Ribera. Alzira - Valencia ( October 2002 - Present)• Private Practice. Clinica INRESA - Mostoles. ( January 2000 -September 2002 ).• Private Practice. Valencia. ( December 2003 - Present) ...
• Maxillofacial Surgery specializes in child and consequences crack lip - alveolar- palatal
• Classes Seminars.- Maxillofacial Surgery, Teaching Program for the Surgical Pathology II. Degree in Medicine - U.C.M.
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. Complutense University of Madrid• Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (via MIR). Ministry of Health • Dental Facilities Supervisor Radiologicas. Nuclear Safety Council ...
Publications and conferences
• Various national and international conferences• Various national and international publications
Recognition and awards
• Tarma Award for Best Communication. II Congress of the Valencian Society of Oral and Maxillofacial - Industries Tarma. Alicante, January 28 to 30, 1999.• Better Communication. IX Scientific Award Clinico San Carlos Hospital. 81th Annual Meeting American Association of Oral&Maxillofacial Surgeons. Boston - USA, September 29-October 2, 1999
• Associate Member of the Spanish Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (SECOM ).• Member of the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons ( IAOMFS ). • Member of Number of the Spanish Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (SECOM )• Member of the Valencia - Murcia Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery ( SVMCOM ) ...
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The dental splint is a device created by a dentist covering teeth to keep them from moving or rubbing, among other finaliades as: Splint white The dental splint is a device created by a dentist covering teeth to keep them from moving or rubbing, among other finaliades as: Splint whitening: Teeth whitening Orthodontic splint: prevents tooth movement after use of apparatus Periodontal splint: prevent teeth from moving after periodontal treatment. Bite splint: to change the patient's occlusion or bruxism ...
The dental bone graft is performed in the area Ondontología to increase or preserve bone lacks the amount of bone that is in the area where you want t The dental bone graft is performed in the area Ondontología to increase or preserve bone lacks the amount of bone that is in the area where you want to place a fixed tooth. It is not always necessary to perform a bone graft but in some cases it is essential especially if it is necessary to raise the maxillary sinus, if there is little bone defect or if it has that make it impossible to implant placement. ...
Tumors in the nose are a disease characterized by the presence and development of cancer cells in the sinuses or nasal cavity. The main symptoms that Tumors in the nose are a disease characterized by the presence and development of cancer cells in the sinuses or nasal cavity. The main symptoms that usually occur and before that you should consult with your doctor are: feeling of pressure in an area of the face, persistent bleeding nose, sinus infection, the presence of a wound on the inside of the nose not heal with the passage of days, frequent pain in the nose, etc. Since some of the symptoms caused by this type of tumor in the nose match that cause some benign conditions, such as sinusitis, in some cases tumor diagnosis is made in already advanced stages of development. Diagnostic methods are usually biopsy and several imaging (radiology, CT, ...). And the treatment is based on the removal by surgery and radiotherapy, depending on the degree of impact of the intervention, the reconstruction of the area using microsurgery required to restore functionality and appearance of the organ to the patient. ...
Cleft palate, also known as cleft palate is a congenital deformity of the mouth caused by an abnormality in the first months of fetal development Cleft palate, also known as cleft palate is a congenital deformity of the mouth caused by an abnormality in the first months of fetal development. It is an incomplete development of the palate, that can be opened to such a large degree that it extends even to the nasal cavity. This open space between mouth and nose can affect both sides of the palate and, in more serious cases, spread to the throat. Therefore, depending on the case, cleft palate can cause difficulties for the patient if you do not operate in the first months of life and throat infections, delayed language and speech, functional difficulty eating and breathing. Generally, the surgical correction of cleft palate is usually performed before 18 months of age to prevent further complications and restore both physical appearance of the patient and the development of his mouth and palate. ...
Congenital malformations are defects in the baby's body that develop during pregnancy. Thanks to advances in medicine birth defects occur very rarely, only 15 of every 1,000 newborns in Spain. Most of these malformations are of unknown origin but may be caused by genetic abnormalities, drug consumption, maternal age, diseases that the mother has during pregnancy and even food that keeps during pregnancy. ...
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. ...
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. ...
The dental reconstruction consists of the replacement or repair of teeth, bones or tissue. This treatment is indicated for both the problems of damaged and worn to treat TMJ syndrome (a disorder of the jaw joint that causes headache and neck and sometimes a snap chewing) teeth. In some cases where tooth decay is severe we proceed to full mouth reconstruction and cosmetic techniques for it and combine neuromuscular dentistry. Besides, orthodontics can be used to correct the misalignment of teeth and address, then the dental restoration with porcelain veneers, dental crowns, bridges, implants and inlays. ...
Facial implants are used in surgery to improve both the proportion and harmony to correct facial disfigurements and congenital malformations, or to rehabilitate or replace structures and parts of his face disfigured by trauma, injuries or accidents. Specifically, the implants used in craniofacial and maxillofacial reconstructive surgery are inserted into the area required for applications such as: straighten the structure or jaw line, which can also lead to problems of mastication; improve bone anchor, for example to advance the chin or cheekbones; provide more harmony to the area of the cheeks; replace part of the disfigured face, etc. Depending on the objective to be reached with facial implants and complexity of the case, the combination of implants and dentures may be needed to rebuild the affected area. ...
Microsurgical facial reconstruction surgery encompasses various techniques applied both in the treatment of congenital diseases as acquired diseases or sequelae of trauma that caused the loss of part of the structure of the face or functionality. Among congenital conditions that can be solved, are remarkable different kinds of facial paralysis and atrophy, which prevents adequate mobility of muscles and structures of the jaw and / or the eyes and the facial expression (for example, Syndrome Parry-Romberg, the Moebius, or Binder, among others). Microsurgery facial handles replace affected facial areas and recover both its appearance and injuries that hinder their functionality through tissue transplants individualized, muscle and nerve grafts techniques. Currently, advanced microscopic techniques transplant tissues from the same patient allow rebuilding successfully face even involve great complexity, given the nature of this area of the human anatomy. Therefore, depending on each case staged several operations may be necessary to achieve completely solve the patient's pathology. ...
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. ...
The teeth included are those who keep erupting in the mouth, ie, remaining inside the bone part or in full. Usually it refers to wisdom teeth, also called third molars, which are between 17 and 25 years old. Its appearance can cause severe discomfort and infection, so in most cases surgery is required. Wisdom teeth are easier to remove when the patient is young, because their roots are not fully formed and there is less risk of damage to nerves or other nearby structures. No need to wait for the wisdom teeth are troublesome to carry out extraction, since their early exit promotes better results. The operation is performed under local anesthesia, intravenous sedation or general anesthesia, as recommended by the oral or maxillofacial surgeon. ...
Cleft lip is a congenital deformation caused by a very specific abnormality in the baby's development by an incomplete formation of the upper lip occurs. Currently, this slot can be operated even in the first year of a baby's life to prevent further complications since in some cases the degree of separation or cut lip can be severe, reaching the nose. Some of the problems that can cause cleft lip is difficulty feeding, dental malformations or delayed speech. Besides, some babies are born with other abnormalities, cleft palate call (or palate), which consists of an incomplete development of the palate, to not be closed leaving an open space between mouth and nose, which as the case may be more or lower amplitude. This anomaly also requires specialized plastic surgery in the first months of a baby's life to troubleshoot speech and functional causes (difficulty eating and breathing, especially), in addition to improving the aesthetics. ...
The lip augmentation and remodeling is a cosmetic treatment by infiltration of natural filling materials, can provide thick lips, profile them, give firmness or raise the corners. The most recommended as lip filler substances are usually hyaluronic acid, a component that provides volume and stimulates collagen production, or the patient's own fat extracted and purified previously. Both types of padding get a natural and immediate effect to its infiltration, although being absorbable by the body materials, its effect gradually diminishes over time. Normally, its duration is between six months and one year, but may be repeated this time last treatment. If an increase is desired final lips should practice a chieloplasty, which is an operation in which different techniques implants or grafts (which may be the patient's own fat or other substances such as collagen or goretex ) are used to achieve increased thickness of the lips. ...
Mentoplasty or chin surgery, is a surgical procedure that aims to change the size of the chin to achieve a more proportioned and handsome face, facial asymmetry correcting congenital or caused by an accident. Depending on the purpose of the intervention, the most appropriate technique for each patient applies. If required correct the shape of the chin or give a more defined and toned look, implantation of a prosthetic chin, infiltration of fat tissue from the patient, or the advancement of a portion of the jaw bone is used. If the deformity is very accentuated chin will be necessary to make a sanding or a section of bone (osteotomy) through an incision inside the mouth. ...
Oral cancer is a type of malignant tumor that can occur anywhere in the oral cavity. Among the different types there are, depending on your location, the most common are tongue cancer and cervical cancer, often caused by metastasis first has a strong tendency to invade nearby areas. Normally, it manifested by the presence of whitish lesions in the oral mucosa, an ulcer-like appearance. Therefore, given a mouth suspicious-looking wound that has not healed in a couple of weeks, you should consult your doctor to analyze injury Early detection is essential for the treatment of oral cancer, which require specialists combine surgery to remove the specific cancer therapy (radiotherapy, chemotherapy ...) and, in most patients, reconstructive surgery to restore the area affected its functionality and appearance. Finally, it notes that the causes most cases of oral cancer are the consumption of snuff and alcohol, excessive exposure to sunlight and inadequate oral hygiene, among others. ...
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. ...
The major salivary glands, which generate and empty saliva into the mouth, are three pairs: the submandibular gland, sublingual salivary glands and the parotid glands. Surgery of the parotid gland, also known as parotidectomy, is the operation that handles remove tumors that grow in the gland. It is estimated that over 70% of these tumors are benign (noncancerous) but we must consider any package that is detected. Depending on the type of tumor it is, its size and location, different variants of this intervention practiced. The most common are superficial parotidectomy or total parotidectomy, with conservation of the facial nerve, which also involves a lymph node dissection. The salivary glands may also have other diseases, the most common are: sialolithiasis, which is blockage of the salivary glands by the presence of calcium stones that do not allow the output of saliva and cause inflammation of the gland salivary affected; and sialadenitis, that is infection of the salivary glands, which can be an effect of sialolithiasis, or be caused by a virus or bacteria. ...
Periodontal surgery is the technique used to treat mouth tissues affected by periodontal disease or pyorrhea, a chronic bacterial infection that attacks the gums, ligament and bone surrounding the teeth. Periodontal surgery allows the dentist to clean contaminated tissues, smooth surfaces of the tooth roots and remove damaged bags infection. Periodontal surgery can replace or rebuild damaged structures using similar materials to transplant the bone and gum tissue lost. In this way, you can get your gums back to stick to the base of the teeth. Surgery should be accompanied by a periodontal maintenance after as an adjunct. ...
The implant prosthesis are implant prosthesis, that is, prostheses are fastened in dental implants. Implantosoportda to wear a prosthesis, the patient must undergo prior to surgery. This type of prosthesis can be fixed or removable. ...
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. ...
Wisdom tooth is the name by which he is commonly known to the third molar. This ridge usually appears between 16 and 25 years old. Wisdom teeth appear at the back of the mouth. There may be up to four chordal, one for each quadrant mouth. Wisdom teeth usually affect other teeth to grow, pushing and causing severe pain. When this occurs we proceed to the extraction of teeth, it is currently the only remedy for toothache. ...
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