Oral Rehabilitation of the
3 MAIN FUNCTIONS
of the Stomatognathic Apparatus*
*Set of hard (bone-teeth and joints) and soft structures (muscles, ligaments, vessels, nerves, mucosa and skin) that make up this portion of the face and head, responsible for chewing, phoning or speaking, aesthetics and mimicry).
(Smile and Facial Expression)
HOW WE ACHIEVE REHABILITATION
DESTARTARIZATION of visible and undetectable tartar for the patient, creation of a daily hygiene protocol and teachings.
EXTRACTION of dental parts without the possibility of being reconstructed.
REORGANIZATION of the remaining dental parts, if applicable (orthodontic appliances).
REPLACEMENT of missing dental parts through:
Total or partial removable prostheses, traditional prostheses that can be placed and removed by the user
Fixed prostheses, which can be placed on natural teeth, when these are your support for their support, or on implants. In the case of fixed prostheses on implants, they are based on metallic devices (implants), similar to dental roots, which are inserted in the upper and / or lower jaw bone and behave like natural dental roots.
WHAT IT DOES WITH REHABILITATION
SUSTAINABILITY of your oral health over time
MINOR NUMBER OF PROBLEMS of your Oral Health to be solved throughout your life, providing for a hygiene consultation and evaluation every 6 months, in most cases
Screening for diseases of the
Oral Cavity and its Attachments
(tongue, tonsils, maxillary sinuses and oropharynx)
BENIGN, PRE-MALIGNAL OR MALIGAN PATHOLOGIES: Within these pathologies we highlight malignant diseases, namely squamous cell carcinoma and ameloblastoma, with very high mortality rates, especially when diagnosed late, that is, when the patient already seeks the Dentist, referring painful symptoms.
HOW TO ACHIEVE ORAL CHECK
A first consultation, accompanied by a panoramic radiograph **, are essential and mandatory, in order to guarantee, with great probability, that the patient’s health conditions allow us to treat him without risk to his own life.
** It is an x-ray that visualizes the alveolodental arches, upper and lower jaws, joints of the stomatognathic system, maxillary sinuses, upper airways (nose) and the entire zygomatic and malar zone.
Oral Rehabilitation of the 3 MAIN FUNCTIONS from the Stomatognathic System*
*an anatomic system comprising teeth, jaws and associated soft tissues from the head and face.
(Smile and Facial Expression)
HOW DO WE ACCOMPLISH
CLEANING THE TARTAR
both visible and undetectable, making then a daily hygiene plan of prevention
in case of impossibility of reconstruction of a tooth or teeth
(IF THE CASE) REORGANISATION
of the existing teeth (using orthodontic appliances)
of the tooth or teeth missing through:
Partial or total removable prosthesis, usually known as the traditional dentures
Permanent prosthesis, that can be placed over the natural teeth, if the conditions to attach them are good, or over implants. In this case, the prosthesis are attached to metalic devices (implants), with the shape of dental roots, inserted in the upper and/or lower jaw bone and behave as natural dental roots
WHAT DO YOU ACCOMPLISH
of your oral health
LESS ORAL HEALTH ISSUES
throughout your life, predicting, in some cases, a dental check-up every six months
Prevention of oral diseases and diseases of the oral cavity (tongue, tonsils, maxillary sinuses and oropharynx)
BENIGN, PRE-MALIGNAT OR MALIGNANT CONDITIONS
In the malignant diseases we highlight the squamous cell carcinoma and the ameloblastoma, with a very high mortality rates, especially when diagnosed late, that is, when the patient is already looking for the dentist referring to painful symptomatology.
HOW TO PREVENT THE ORAL DISEASES
A 1st appointment with a panoramic radiograph** are essencial and a must so that we can ensure Uma primeira consulta, acompanhada de uma radiografia panorâmica**, são essenciais e obrigatórios, afim de podermos garantir, com grande probabilidade, que as condições de saúde do paciente nos permitam trata-lo sem risco para a sua própria vida.
**É uma radiografia que visualiza as arcadas alveolodentárias, maxilares superior e inferior, articulações do sistema estomatognático, seios maxilares, vias aéreas superiores(nariz) e toda a zona zigomatica e malar.