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Dry socket is also known as alveolar process osteitis. It is a serious complication after tooth extraction. The incidence of various studies reported varies. Dry socket disease manifests as severe local pain three to five days after surgery, often accompanied by radiation pain or systemic symptoms, which seriously affects the work and life of the patient and increases the number of follow-up visits and medical expenses. What are the specific symptoms of dry socket? There is an empty or dark gray clot in the alveolar socket, and the necrotic tissue gradually falls off, which is the exposed alveolar bone. 3-4 days

Brushing your teeth correctly Cultivating good brushing habits is very important for maintaining oral health. Use fluoride toothpaste and brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time. Master the correct method of brushing your teeth. Use a manual or electric toothbrush to brush your teeth in circular motions instead of horizontally back and forth. After brushing your teeth, spit water directly instead of gargle, so as not to wash away the fluoride protective layer. Replace the toothbrush regularly The toothbrush needs to be replaced every 3 months, and worn out old toothbrushes cannot effectively clean teeth. Use dental

(1) Keep your dentures clean: If you wear removable dentures (dentures), you need to clean them every day. Please follow the instructions of your dentist and use special denture cleaners and water to clean your dentures. (2) Dry mouth will affect your comfort when eating, talking, swallowing, chewing and smiling. Dry mouth occurs when there is not enough saliva to wet the mouth. Saliva can weaken the cariogenicity of acidic substances, and can also play a role in self-cleaning the mouth. Smoking, drinking alcohol, the use of certain drugs, and some diseases may cause dry mouth. Chewing sugarless gum or sucking

Oral cancer is one of the deadliest cancers. People often ignore oral lumps or blisters, which may cause serious problems such as oral cancer. Therefore, no matter how small the signs are, seek medical attention as soon as they are discovered. 2. Brushing time should not be less than 2 minutes. Brush your teeth for no less than 2 minutes Brush your teeth for at least 2 minutes, at least twice a day, and change your toothbrush every three months. 3. Before seeing a doctor, wipe off lipstick or lipstick. Otherwise, it will rub against the doctor’s gloves, or even stain the teeth and gums,

Brush your teeth every day. The best time to brush your teeth is within half an hour after eating. If possible, try to brush your teeth immediately after three meals. In this way, it can not only freshen the breath, but also prevent food residues from providing nutrition to the bacteria on the tooth surface. The brushing time is controlled at 2 minutes each time. Brushing up and down protects the gums. The vigorous horizontal brushing method used by many people will cause excessive wear on the roots and stimulate the receding of the gums. When brushing teeth, pay

After pregnancy, hormonal changes will affect the oral health of pregnant women. In this special period, maintaining oral health helps protect the health of pregnant women and fetuses. (1) How to protect your mouth during morning sickness Morning sickness can affect some pregnant women. Gastric reflux (reflux of food or drink) or vomiting can increase the amount of acid in the mouth, which can damage tooth enamel and increase the risk of caries. After vomiting, rinse your mouth with water or fluoride mouthwash, or apply toothpaste on your teeth with your fingers, wait at least 30 minutes before brushing your teeth (2) Eat

It's like everybody uses iPhone to take pictures. Why are the pictures so different? The key to the success of orthodontics lies in the skills and experience of the doctor, not in the tools themselves. Even for a dentist, there is a difference between a general dentist and a specialist orthodontist. A general dentist is similar to a family doctor (GP), holds a degree in general dentistry, and has not received specialized orthodontic training during university; while an Orthodontist is a Specialist. In Australia, on the basis of a degree in general dentistry, only the most top-notch students with at least

In the subconscious minds of many friends, toothache is not a disease, and forbearance will pass. If you can’t stand it, use some remedies, such as cold water, ice compress, biting ginger, etc. But these remedies often not only will not cure our toothache, but also lead to more serious consequences. The most correct way to deal with oral diseases is to go to the hospital in time to eliminate the problem in its infancy. Many people fall into these 12 misunderstandings about going to the dentist. 1. Don't see the doctor at the appointment time? Some dental patients do not return

During the orthodontic process, some people will ask, "What is the chalky mottled spots next to the steel teeth?" These mottled spots or plaques are demineralized teeth. The outermost enamel of a tooth is a hard shell of the tooth. It is a highly mineralized hard tissue and the hardest tissue in the human body. When there is tooth decay, calcium and phosphorus are lost from the enamel, and the teeth demineralize, so chalky plaques appear. Why does this happen? In a normal oral environment, the demineralization and remineralization of tooth enamel maintain a dynamic balance, and the use of oral fixed appliances