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“Salivary stone” or “Sialolithiasis” also called “sialolith” is stone-like, crystallized minerals that develop in your mouth from calcium, in the tubes where the saliva is released for use and 87% occurs in the submandibular gland. In other cases, the salivary stone could be located on the parotid and sublingual glands, which are in the cheeks and under the tongue.
Patients notice it when it grows and closes the salivary tubes, and when it blocks it the saliva will start to disappear, which causes pain and inflammation.
You may experience redness around the affected area, fever, or a foul taste. These cases are caused if the patient did not go to his doctor to get its treatment.
Nowadays, treatments of this case are easy, painless procedure, because the surgeries are made with the laser “WaterLase MD Turbo” (Water + Laser),
which becomes more precise, decrease bleeding and swelling, and reduces symptoms and healing times.
Wisdom teeth extraction is a common surgery, which can be very painful if it was done by a non-skilled dentist. And even a skilled dentist will make you feel a glimpse of pain, but some advanced dental clinics use WaterLase MD Turbo technology (Water + Laser) which assist the surgery to make it more precise and reduce symptoms and healing times associated with traditional therapies.
But leaving the wisdom teeth in your jaw will cause you much more pain because it starts to push all of your teeth, so remove itanyway and focus on how to recover from it fast and in a painless way.
In the first 24 hours after the surgery, the blood clots will form. Avoid touching the wounded area because it can become dislodged which will make you bleed again. After 2-3 days, the swelling of the cheeks and mouth should start to improve.
Followed to the 7th day, the dentist can remove any stitches remaining. 3 days after, jaw soreness and stiffness should fade away. counting to 2 weeks after the surgery, everything will be normal.
It is a very precise way to heal faster from this surgery… Blood clots replace the extracted tooth and it is an essential part of the healing process because they prevent too much bleeding, protects the exposed bones and the wound from infection, and allows new tissue to grow. So don’t dislodge these blood clots especially in the first 24 hours by avoiding rinsing the mouth, hot drinks, don’t brush your teeth next to the extraction area, don’t eat food that requires chewing and avoid smoking, straws, and drinking alcohol.
Directly after the surgery, bite on a gauze pad in the extraction area for 30 minutes or hold an ice pack on the outside of your face over the extraction area. If the surgery was made under a general anesthesia, don’t drive a car for at least 48 hours and take 2 days off to rest home so you can raise your head while sleeping which will make you feel more comfortable, rinse with warm water and salt to reduce swelling and use an antiseptic mouth rinse to prevent infection.
We will tell you about how to protect your teeth from any damages through some daily habits, but to live a happy life without thinking of “what should I eat?” or “when should i brush my teeth?” etc. there’s only one way to do that; Find out the following steps to protect your teeth.
Okay… We all know that we should brush our teeth daily, but how many times?When should we brush our teeth? The answer is a minimum of two times per day, and the best time to brush your teeth is after 15 minutes from your meal, by using a toothbrush with a small head for better access to back teeth and soft bristles since they are kinder on your gums. Don’t forget to take your time, brushing takes two to three minutes at least.
Floss daily! and it’s better to do it at night before you sleep, you’d be able to keep away any bacteria which provides you with cavities.
Limit the acidic drinks like soda, soft drinks, fruit juices, and cordials because these acids soften the tooth “material” and evaporate the minerals in your tooth enamelwhich can eat the tooth away.
Limit Sugary food as well because bacteria in dental plaquechange sugars into acids and avoid using your teeth for anything other than chewing foods.
Now, to avoid all of the above habits…
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Red Wine: Contains chromogens and tannins which help the color to stick on your teeth, and acids that eat away at the tooth enamel, creating spots that make the teeth more vulnerable to staining.
Tea/Coffee: Pigments from these drinks become embedded in the microscopic pits and ridges of your tooth enamel, causing permanent, yellow stains on your teeth.
Soft Drinks: Like the red wine and coffee, the soft drinks are rich with acids and chromogens which causes significant staining. Sports and energy drinks can erode the tooth enamel. The acidity in carbonated drinks is so intense that it actually compares to the acidity in the battery!
Cigarettes: Its ingredients are hydrogen cyanide, carbon monoxide, ammonia and some other poisonous chemicals like tar and nicotine. When inhaled, smoke passes through your teeth, leaving a sticky residue on the teeth for an instant staining.
Sweets: It often contains teeth-staining agents. If your tongue turns to a “funny” color, then your teeth will be affected too.
Medicine: Teeth staining also caused by antibiotics, which discolors the tooth enamel itself.
Brushing and flossing: Not brushing your teeth for a minimum of 2 times in a day and not flossing to keep a good oral hygiene is the main reason for discoloring.
Advancing in age: The outer layer of enamel on your teeth gets worn away, revealing the natural color of dentin.
Genetics: Some people are born with a naturally brighter or thicker enamel than others.
Trauma: Damage from an accident can confuse the enamel formation in young children and can cause discoloration to adult teeth.
Works by transmitting an intense beam of light energy with an “end-cutting” form. It is used for surgical and dental procedures, with no anesthesia, no pain and it is safe for adults and children. This is the first laser breaking the speed barrier with the fastest cutting while offering extremely superior clinical results and painless procedures.
Patient having anesthesia
Avoiding drilling in many cases with no anesthesia, reducing anxiety in patients uncomfortable with the use of dental drills, decreasing bleeding and swelling, preserving more the health of each tooth during cavity removal, it is safe to be used on pregnant women as well! Surgical procedures are more precise, reducing symptoms and healing time. So these are definitely some big advantages!