Jorge Ferrer Llovera
• More than 15 years of experience• Specialist in dentistry and stomatology Dental Clinic Dr. Rojo (currently)
• Degree in Dentistry from the University Alfonso X El Sabio, Madrid (1998-2003)• Director title in dental radiology facilities Madrid (2003) • Masters in Endodontics at the University of Barcelona (2004-2006) ...
Publications and conferences
• Attended all annual congresses of the Spanish Association of Endodontics since 2004• He has attended several courses related to endodontics
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The abscess or abscess is an accumulation of pus caused by bacterial infection of the root of a tooth. The origin of the abscess or phlegmon may be d The abscess or abscess is an accumulation of pus caused by bacterial infection of the root of a tooth. The origin of the abscess or phlegmon may be different: in a cavity, which has infected inside the tooth, the nerve root and even bone; or periodontal disease has caused the movement of the teeth. The most common symptoms that produces an abscess include pain in the affected area difficult chewing, tooth sensitivity, bitter taste, bad breath, fever and swollen glands in the neck, among others. Abscess treatment is antibiotics, anti-inflammatory and mouth rinses with warm water and salt. If this therapy does not work, the dentist will make an incision to treat the infected nerve and place a filling or a crown over the tooth to prevent fracturing. ...
Bruxism is the action to exert pressure between the teeth and make them slide causing problems in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and wear of the su Bruxism is the action to exert pressure between the teeth and make them slide causing problems in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and wear of the surface of the teeth. The main causes of bruxism are stress, body and closing the mouth position, sleeping habits or the patient's ability to relax. Bruxism evaluation should be done with this in count in the field of dentistry and otolaryngology, since it can cause hearing disorders such as ear infections. The goal of treatment is to reduce pain, prevent tooth decay and reduce teeth grinding full. To relieve pain you can apply ice, avoid eating hard foods like nuts, candy or steaks, drink lots of water, sleep and reduce stress. The damage of the teeth, mouth prosthesis often called splints or appliances apply. ...
Tooth decay is a disease that affects the tissues of the teeth, which are destroyed because of the acids plaque. The teeth affected are drilled gradua Tooth decay is a disease that affects the tissues of the teeth, which are destroyed because of the acids plaque. The teeth affected are drilled gradually, causing pain when the infection reaches the nerve. People who are often most affected are children and young people, but can occur at any age. ...
Cosmetic dentistry refers to the branch of dentistry that deals with the health and aesthetic harmony of the whole mouth. The most common treatments f 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. ...
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. ...
The dental computed tomography (CT) or computed tomography (CT) is a method that uses a beam of low intensity x-rays to produce images of precise sections of the profile of the mouth. The TAC is operated by a x-ray tube rotates around the patient. The information collected is processed immediately in a computer or a software program generates three-dimensional images of the upper and lower jaws. This system offers a more faithful and accurate diagnosis, since millimeter by millimeter to analyze the patient's anatomy. This displays pathologies that are not detected with a panoramic radiograph or accurately plan implant placement without surgery. ...
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. ...
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. ...
Periodontics is the branch of dentistry that treats diseases of the gums and bone supporting the teeth. The most common diseases are gingivitis and periodontitis. The first is one that affects the gums, soft tissues that protect teeth. The second, more complex, is to cause infection in the bone that support the teeth and other tissues such as periodontal ligament and cementum. The most common causes are related to the bacteria that remain on the teeth and gums, which over time can cause tissue damage. These diseases cause redness and bleeding gums, spontaneously or during brushing. Other causes include snuff, heredity, pregnancy and some diseases such as diabetes. ...
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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