Prevention, research, diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation of different oral diseases.
The most common dental treatments are:
Obturation: Known as "fillings", it is the restoration of a tooth damaged by caries, filling the cavity with composite to restore its usual shape.
Endodontics: Commonly known as "killing the nerve", it consists of eliminating the pulp tissue (or nerve) inside the tooth which is the cause of pain. In order to avoid extracting the tooth, the infection is eliminated, the ducts are cleaned and sealed with a suitable material.
Reconstruction: Restoring the anatomy of the tooth with composite material.
Extraction: Surgical procedure to remove a tooth that cannot be restored or that may affect the other teeth.
Bruxism: Making a synthetic splint to protect the teeth from the effects of the involuntary habit of grinding or clenching the teeth. The objective is to reduce the effects on the teeth: loss of enamel, loose teeth, muscle pain, fracture or loss of teeth.