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How to avoid complications with a dental implant?

We know that a dental implant is used to replace a tooth that we have lost, but it is important to highlight the importance of NOT having to reach that point.

It will always be preferable to take a preventive treatment to try to keep all our teeth in perfect condition, but in case it reaches the point where it is not possible to save the piece, the best solution is to perform the treatment with dental implants.

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7 Habits that damage your teeth

Although we know that chewing objects such as pencils or ice can be very relaxing, it is extremely harmful to your teeth. That is why we leave you a list of 7 habits that damage your teeth and you should set aside to keep your teeth healthy.

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Bacteria under the microscope!

Have you ever wonder how does the bacteria in you mouth look like? With these microscopic photos you will now know why is so important to brush your teeth properly, floss and use mouthwash. Killing that bacteria and plaque is a full time job!

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If I have diabetes can I get dental implants?

Most people know that diabetes is related to circulation and healing problems. Actually young and old people are vulnerable to suffer from teeth diseases, due to low defenses in the immune system. This is why patients with diabetes need to have a special care.

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How should I brush my teeth?

Despite we brush our teeth daily, so many people don’t even know they are doing it wrong, most of them don’t even take at least two minutes to do it. So if you’re wondering: How should I brush my teeth? We leave you an explanation and some tips for your dental care.

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Dental implants for women with Osteoporosis

Around 200 million women worldwide are affected with osteoporosis  – approximately one-tenth of women aged 60, one-fifth of women aged 70, two-fifths of women aged 80 and two-thirds of women aged 90. Of those, 9 million women are in USA alone.

What does this have to do with dental implants? Well, with age, it has been shown that postmenopausal women are at greater risk of losing their teeth, entering a cycle of bone loss on her jaw and maxilla.

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