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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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Top 4 Curious facts about teeth

We know that teeth help us to bite and chew our meals, we also know that we must have a good oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist. That’a why we are going to tell you some curious facts about teeth  that your dentist never told you.

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5 places you should visit in Cancun

Cancun is a city in Mexico located in the Yucatan peninsula that borders the Caribbean Sea and is known for its beaches, numerous tourist centers and nightlife. If you’re planing your dental vacation, we leave you  5 places to visit in Cancun 

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Tooth loss due to trauma

The dental avulsion is the expulsion of an integral tooth for a traumatic cause such as the fall of a bicycle, a stumble, the practice of a contact sport (rugby, basketball, football, etc.) without the use of mouth guard or blows to the height of the base of the nose caused by games, accidents.

Dental avulsion can occur in both temporary teeth and permanent teeth. The difference is the treatment, since the temporary or deciduous teeth are not reimplanted.

The teeth most commonly avulsed in both dentitions, the temporary and the permanent, are the maxillary central incisors; and the most affected age group is usually between 7 and 11 years old. Men had an incidence of avulsions three times greater than women.

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