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Šta je izbjeljivanje zuba?
Bijeli zubi sinonim su zdravlja i dobre oralne higijene, ali vremenom i pod utjecajem različitih faktora zubi postaju tamniji i estetski manje privlačni. ŠTA JE IZBJELJIVANJE ZUBA? Izbjeljivanje zuba je postupak posvjetljivanja postojeće boje zuba. Ovaj postupak može se vršiti na više načina, a stomatolog je taj koji odlučuje koja metoda izbjeljivanja zuba je najefikasnija…
GOODBYE PACIFIER, GOODBYE
A pacifier or pacifier is generally a good thing because it calms the baby and deters him from sucking his fingers. The pacifier protects children from anger and develops a sucking and swallowing reflex. However, from the age of 3, the child should slowly wean himself from this "soothing" agent, for the good of his teeth. Parents often use a pacifier as a means of protecting their nerves, so…
TEETH GRINDING AT NIGHT AND THERAPY
Squeezing and gnashing of teeth, bruxism, burdens the teeth much more than chewing food. It most often occurs in sleep. Every fifth person is affected by bruxism and its consequences. Gritting teeth causes damage such as cracking of tooth enamel, abrasion of teeth and tearing of teeth, ie. enamel loss. Such damage often causes a decrease in the height of the bite, and thus various…
SUPERFOOD FOR TEETH
Regular brushing is the first and key step in maintaining dental health. But did you know that diet affects the health of our teeth? Our teeth, day in and day out, do the hardest work. They break down the food we consume and prepare it for further digestion in the stomach and intestines. In this process, tooth enamel protects the teeth…
Can we ignore the change in saliva color or blood in the sputum after brushing our teeth? Bleeding of the gums should not be underestimated or ignored because it usually indicates inflammation of the gums or periodontium, as well as a possible change in general health. Blood on the dental floss usually indicates swelling of the gums. Such signs serve as an alarm…
CHEWING GUM IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR TEETH BRUSHING
Chewing gums have been around for 150 years as various forms of adhesive rubber compounds. The first legally protected chewing gum dates from 1869. Some type of chewing gum was known much earlier, 9000 years ago. It is believed that Scandinavians often chewed birch resin, as well as Indians who are believed to have chewed the bark of the
The medical term for bad breath is halitosis and it is very common, patients are often not even aware that they have it. How to determine and what can we do against bad breath? In most cases, we cannot even notice our own breath, and most of us cannot be completely sure whether we have bad breath or not. The easiest way…