Implantologic clinic in Barcelona
In 1985 was born who was to be the first and, so far, only exclusive dental surgery dental implants and Maxillary reconstruction. What began as a pioneering activity in our country has become a reference center in the oral rehabilitation with dental implants. Dr. Pi Urgell is a world authority in the field of dental implant surgery with international prestige both for his career and for having pioneered the introduction of osseointegrated dental implants, following the method of Professor PI Branemark in Spain and actively collaborate in the development and evolution of this methodology.
Oral health: very important for a good athlete.
Although many people, athletes or not, is not taken into account, an infection in the mouth, no matter how small it may seem, can lead to a major annoyance that prevents the athlete to continue their training.
The athlete, in addition to their hard workout, should care caries, gingivitis and / or abscesses, and also be aware of the risks inherent to the sport practiced (strokes, traumas or shocks).
Proper, along with a good athletic physical form, can greatly affect the results and performance that gets in their sport. For example, a cavity can devalue the necessary rest, lack of some tooth alter digestion and therefore be reflected in nutrition, oral infections if you have muscle recovery is affected. Finally, dental pain and discomfort always interfere in concentration during training of any athlete.
As we highlighted in previous articles on our blog, these disorders if not treated in time, can lead to infections that spread throughout the body, thus affecting the athlete's performance at any stage of their sports program.
Athlete or not, here you have some recommendations for the care of mouth:
1. Brush after eating and / or drinking sweetened. If at that time you have no way of doing it, rinse your mouth with plain water immediately.
3. Use a good brushing technique.
4. Brush the tongue, there also accumulate bacteria.
5. Change your toothbrush every three months.
6. Use complete toothpaste containing fluoride.
7. Mouthwash is an excellent choice to complement your mouth hygiene.
8. Good nutrition helps aprevenir cavities and problems with your teeth.
9. Visit your dentist regularly.
10. If you play contact sports mouthguards using appropriate!
Source: Yahoo Sport
Did you know the periodontititis endangers your heart?
This is provided 2012 version of the guidelines published by the European Society of Cardiology (European Society of Cardiology, ESC) for the prevention of cardiovascular disease in clinical practice.
The presence of periodontal (or gum disease) should be considered as a possible risk factor for cardiovascular disease and, therefore, it is advisable to prevention and treatment.
Periodontitis is a disease Bactrian oral origin and genetic component. You can have multiple causes, including gingivitis neglected or badly treated since inflammation is then extended to tissues supporting the teeth. In the absence of proper care, periodontitis can lead to premature tooth loss even before 40 years. Moreover, this condition may also be responsible oral disorders cariacos and long term lead serious diseases such as myocardial infarction.
Why is it dangerous for the heart?
With blood in periodontitis freed a lot of bacteria that cause inflammation and can attack different organs. These inflammatory agents can trigger the formation of atherosclerotic plaques which can move and obstruct the coronary arteries, thereby causing stroke. And not only this, but it has been shown that bacteria from gum disease (or gum disease) are directly related to the injuries that increase the risk of cardiovascular problems.
To prevent, you have to start looking for a solution as we see that the gums bleed, it can be a resulting in gingivitis periodontitis. However in smokers this sign is not present and therefore often must attend your dentist to rule out possible pathologies.
Is it a trivial issue?
Recent research shows that bacterial pathogens from the subgingival biofilm are directly involved in the development of atherosclerotic lesions and thus, "an increased risk of cardiovascular events," the experts demonstrate SEPA Foundation.
Finally, health professionals warn that have wanted periodontitis "is not a trivial issue." So remember that "it is the leading cause of tooth loss worldwide affecting a large part of the population". Specifically, in Spain "only 14.8 percent of adults between 35 and 44 years have healthy gums-stress. Periodontal disease is still an ongoing issue in our country.