Features of treatment of dental diseases



Present a large number of known dentistry dental disease. Such diseases are divided into two groups: no caries and dental origin origin.

The most famous and widespread disease of the teeth - tooth decay. This process is accompanied by the slow destruction of the tissues of the tooth as a result of exposure to organic acids, which are formed later microorganisms. After each meal is formed on the surface of teeth plaque. If a person fails to comply with dental hygiene, then the bloom fermented bacteria, mainly streptococci. The most active fermentation begins when hit sucrose. The acid which is formed by neutralized saliva. But if this enzyme during the day will always fall into the mouth the rug, the human body is not able to cope with the resumption of the acid-alkaline balance. Subsequently, the minerals that are part of the tooth enamel will start to dissolve. This gives rise to damage of carious enamel.

Another well-known disease is dental pulp. It is an infection that progresses, penetrates into the pulp chamber of the cavity, affecting the neuro-vascular complex and causes the inflammation. So there pulpit. Please serous pulpitis has character, but then the body reacts to infection and pus. If time does not start treatment, the pulpit develops into a chronic stage gangrenous, hypertrophic fibrous or education. The cause of this disease can thief injury, incorrect or delayed treatment. If the pulp is accompanied by severe pain, the bottom of the cavity, which is affected by caries, analgesic anesthetic drugs, if you want to use hormones, and the accumulation of pus in the tooth is opened.

This disease is called as osteomyelitis gnoeobrazuyuschimi bacteria. Object destruction is wide enough that the bone tissue, and sometimes part of the bone marrow. Osteomyelitis can affect not only the jaw, but other, mainly tubular bones. The disease is accompanied by fever and massive purulent discharge. The consequence of such a disease can become sclerosis and bone deformation. Usually spreads through hematogenous. Children held in the acute form, and adults in the chronic form, as a relapse a childhood disease. Since osteomyelitis is a serious disease with serious consequences, it is very dangerous to neglect treatment. Treatment involves removing the infected tooth, the operation which consists in the dissection of the periosteum, to drain pus and wash the entire oral antimicrobials, as well as antibiotics and topical therapy. The course of treatment lasting and require appropriate rehabilitation. Today efficiently performed dental treatment in Germany, as there are enough qualified and newest equipment. Periodontitis occurs when the infection gets into the dental pulp tissue. This is followed by suppuration and edema. If the disease becomes acute form, the person feels a sharp pain when chewing. Periodontitis often results from running caries can flow out through the hole serous or pus formation, and if there is a channel for the output of pus, pain is not acute. But the disease goes into the chronic form. Such a step may promote the formation of periodontal cyst, fever, swollen lymph nodes.

Periostitis is a common disease, popularly called the flux. The reason is the spread of the inflammatory process in the periosteum. Manifested by swelling and redness of the gums, severe pain. The infection enters later development of periodontitis. Sometimes from infected organs, microbes get into part of the jaw apparatus via the lymph and blood. The rapid development of the disease leading to abscess, resulting in swollen lower or upper part of the cheek. At the same time a decrease in pain. Treatment flux at early stages performed using antibiotics and anti-inflammatory analgesic. If flux acquired a purulent form, it is necessary to conduct surgery and antiseptics in inflammation.

 
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