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Oral health and performance in sport are closely connected, as confirmed by numerous dental and sports studies.
Apicoectomy is a dental treatment used to eliminate an infection in the root of the tooth and adjacent tissues. In this post we explain everything about apicoectomy.
Dry mouth, also called xerostomia, is the result of an inadequate flow of saliva. In this post we talk about the causes of dry mouth and its treatment.
Tooth wear is the loss of tooth enamel or, even, involvement of dentin and root cement. Here we talk about abfraction, attrition and other types of wear.
A cold sore is a viral infection usually caused by the herpes simplex virus HSV-1. In this post we explain the causes and treatment of this type of herpes.
Oral piercings are very popular, but they can lead to oral health problems if not used correctly. Here we talk about the problems of using this type of piercings.
Dental tartar is a calcification of bacterial plaque that accumulates around the teeth. In this post we explain why it is formed and how it can be eliminated.
Sialolithiasis is the formation of stones (sialoliths) in the salivary ducts or glands. In this post we talk about the causes and treatment of this disorder.
Oral sex is a common practice in erotic encounters, but it’s not exempt of risks. In this post we talk about the relationship between oral sex and oral health.
Clínica Pardiñas is the most viewed dental clinic in the world on YouTube. These are the numbers of our dentistry channel on this platform.
What causes jaw ain? How can I solve that? In this post we talk about jaw pain and its possible treatments
Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic disorder that causes pain due to involvement of the trigeminal nerve. In this post we talk about its possible causes and treatments.
In our YouTube channel, world's most viewed dental channel, you will find numerous 3D videos with detailed explanations of more than 55 different treatments and subtitled in 15 different languages.
Project of Clínica Médico Dental Pardiñas where we answer FAQs about oral health matters
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