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Date: 2021/10/07 15:01:59

              7 Signs You Need To See A Dentist Immediately


Many people often postpone their dental visits out of laziness or fear. However, early diagnosis and timely treatment can save many problems and subsequent interventions.

Clear signs for going to the dentist

Next, we explain 7 situations why you should go to the dentist yes or yes:

Your gums bleed or swollen notes

If your gums bleed without warning (or during brushing), and they look excessively red, you should go to the dentist.

These symptoms are usually the result of a large accumulation of tartar and dental plaque on your teeth.

In addition, they could be the first sign of a disease called gingivitis, which can lead to a much more serious disease called periodontitis.

You have a lot of tooth sensitivity or constant bad breath

If when eating something cold like ice cream you notice pain or discomfort, you should also visit the dentist.

Tooth sensitivity can be the result of your tooth enamel deteriorating, or that there are cavities to treat.

On the other hand, if you notice that you have constant bad breath, it may also be due to tooth decay, oral infection, or periodontal disease.

In both cases, it is important that a qualified dentist explore and diagnose you properly to avoid greater evils.

A tooth hurts

Although it seems like common sense, many people feel ailments in their teeth and postpone their visits to the dentist. This is a serious error.

Normally, the reasons for tooth pain are a very deep cavity, a bacterial infection with pus, or the emergence of wisdom teeth.

In any of the three cases, a specialist should see you immediately and define the appropriate treatment to solve the problem and put an end to your pain.

You are ashamed of your smile

If you feel self-conscious when smiling and feel ashamed to show your teeth, it is time to put yourself in the hands of a dental professional.

Today there are many treatments that can make you regain pride in your smile without pain or discomfort.

From invisible orthodontics, a treatment that aligns your teeth progressively without being noticed; to whitening, dental implants Dubai or porcelain veneers that can completely change your smile and your relationship with it.

You are pregnant

During pregnancy, many hormonal changes occur that affect especially the teeth and gums, and that make pregnant women much more vulnerable to certain periodontal diseases.

There are even studies that link oral diseases with premature birth or with a lower weight of the baby at birth.

Therefore, if you are pregnant, ask for a visit with your dentist and he will give you the steps to follow after a previous diagnosis.

Jaw, head, or neck pain

Feeling pain in the jaw, head, or neck when waking up can be a sign of bruxism.

Bruxism is the habit of clenching and grinding the teeth, and many times it usually occurs without the person being aware of it, especially when sleeping.

Go to your dentist and if this is the reason, they will perform a discharge splint to protect your teeth from this harmful habit.

You haven't been in a long time

An annual follow-up and control will allow you to have early diagnoses and adequate treatments to avoid further illnesses.


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