The 3 basic symptoms which appear in the mouth if you have a dental disease.
Most common dental diseases
Abscess is an acute tissue inflammation characterized by limited size and the formation of a cavity filled with pus.
Mouth ulcers are disruption of the oral mucosa with oval shape, surrounded by a bright red halo. Their bottom is whitish color.
Gingival recession (Receding gums)
This is a non-inflammatory
condition where the gum
withdraws and the tooth is exposed and visible.
A condition where there is inflammation and bleeding of the gums. It encompasses the gum around the neck of the teeth.
Tooth wear, also called dental abrasion, is a normal physiological process that occurs throughout the whole life of a human.
This is the most common disease of the teeth, it is browning, softening and forming of a hole in the surface of the tooth.
Diseases of oral mucosa
The most common diseases of oral mucosa are candidiasis, leukoplakia and lichen planus. These occur at any age.
It is a known fact that a healthy man has 32 teeth each one located at a specific place. When a single tooth is removed, the balance of the dental arches is violated.
Discolouration of teeth
The natural color of the teeth is determined by the structure of the enamel and dentine and the content of organic and inorganic compounds in them.
Periapical periodontitis develops most often as a complication of untreated caries, pulpitis, dental trauma or drug impairment. It is an inflammatory disease.
This disease is characterized by inflammation, bleeding and shrinkage of the gums and tooth loosening. Often it develops as a result of untreated gingivitis.
Pulpitis is an inflammatory condition which affects the living tissue of the tooth (the pulp, nerve).
Most often pulpitis arise from untreated caries.
Tooth fractures can be quite different depending on the size and location of the fracture lines. They are the result of falling, biting solid foods, etc.
Impacted wisdom tooth
This is a tooth that is left in the bone and is often incorrectly positioned (horizontally). Most often this applies to the lower wisdom teeth, canines and premolars.
Radicular cysts occur as a result of untreated periapical periodontitis (granuloma). A radicular cyst represents a central cavity located around the top of the root.