Dentistry in 2021

Dentistry in 2021

Dentistry in 2020-2021 Advances and new developments in dentistry in 2020 offer improved answers for common oral and dental medical problems. Dentistry is using innovation to make this field more enjoyable and productive. News in the sector There is great progress in...
Diabetes and Periodontal Disease

Diabetes and Periodontal Disease

Diabetics are more likely to suffer from periodontal Issues. 90% of people with diabetes also suffer from periodontal diseases. This is likely due to their heightened susceptibility to contracting infections. If a person fails to keep their diabetes under control,...
Poor oral health and heart attacks

Poor oral health and heart attacks

According to a press release citing the World Health Organization (WHO), each year 17.9 million people die from cardiovascular disease and it is estimated that the figure will rise to 23 million in 2030, making cardiovascular diseases are among the leading causes of...
How long does a professional teeth whitening last?

How long does a professional teeth whitening last?

Teeth whitening is a non-invasive cosmetic or dental treatment. This means that through dental whitening we improve the aesthetics of the patient without negatively affecting the health of the teeth. At DHC we state of the art technology and procedures to achieve the...
Gum Disease Explained

Gum Disease Explained

Do you have sensitive teeth or gums? Are your gums red or swollen? Dо you bleed when you brush? Do you suffer from bad breath? These would be the first indicators of Gum Disease. The condition is саuѕеd bу bасtеriа that hаѕ spent time between tееth аnd gums. This...
CDC’s Guidance for Dental Settings

CDC’s Guidance for Dental Settings

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, in March, 2020, CDC recommended that dental settings should prioritize urgent and emergency visits* and delay elective visits and procedures to protect staff and preserve personal protective equipment and...
How to avoid Coronavirus in dental clinics?

How to avoid Coronavirus in dental clinics?

The particularities of dental work, and especially those treatments that generate saliva aerosolization, make dentists particularly vulnerable to COVID-19. Furthermore, taking into account that it has been confirmed that the pathogen can be transmitted from person to...
Top tips for Optimal Oral Hygiene

Top tips for Optimal Oral Hygiene

Brush your teeth every day The ideal is to do it three times a day and for three minutes. The correct brushing is based on smooth and short movements.Don’t forget to brush your tongue and gumsChange your toothbrush regularly Experts recommend changing it every...
Ortho and Braces in Miami

Ortho and Braces in Miami

Braces and orthodontics are used to correct “poor bite” or defective dental occlusion (when teeth are stacked or crooked). In some cases, the teeth are straight, but the upper and lower jaw do not fit correctly. These jaw problems or teeth alignment issues...