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Take medicine immediately after surgery. All medication should be taken after eating to prevent nausea.
Bone grafts have a porous structure similar to human bone and assist the formation and growth of new bone at the implant site. Bone grafts can be used as a substitute for autogenous bone to repair bone defects.
The membrane provides a barrier to prevent the growth of connective tissue and epithelial cells, and creates a stable space under the membrane, allowing preferential growth of osteoblasts.
Dental implants are the third set of dentures given by modern technology to reconstruct missing teeth without damaging the real teeth. The dental root is made of titanium metal, which has excellent compatibility with the human body.
Bone screws and bone plates are one of the methods used to fix bone blocks in various parts of the body, aiming to narrow the gap between the two sides of the fracture and promote the healing of the fracture.
Although orthodontic treatment can bring patients with regular teeth, good bite and charming smile, as with all medical practices, there are many uncertainties in the process of treatment, so there is no 100% guarantee that the expected evaluation and treatment effect can be achieved.
Return to the hospital as soon as possible if there is a high fever, visible swelling of the face, pus in the affected area, or massive bleeding in the wound.
Oral cancer is a general term for some malignancies that occur in the mouth, but most (89%) are squamous cell carcinomas that can occur anywhere in the mouth, including the lips, tongue, floor of the mouth, buccal mucosa, gingiva, jaw, maxillary sinus and jawbone.
Bacteria are the main cause of most periodontal diseases. Where the teeth meet the gums, there is a groove called the gingival sulcus; which is about one to two millimeters deep. Large amounts of food debris and bacteria can be accumulated on dental surfaces and gingival crevices due to poor oral hygiene.
The maxim for prevention and treatment of periodontal diseases holds that “Prevention is better than cure. Early detection and early treatment.” For optimal oral hygiene, regular check-ups by a dentist are required.