We treat all primary problems related to oral health, dental and other structures. Normally, it is usually the patient’s first contact with the dentist, who will make an initial diagnosis, solve the problems of caries restoration and refer the client to the specialist for the treatment required to maintain the optimum health of their mouth and teeth.
Surgery in Implantology
Oral surgery and implantology includes all surgical pathology related to the mouth and teeth. The vast majority of oral surgery cases can be performed under local anaesthesia, although general anaesthesia is sometimes necessary. Despite the fact that these procedures can be performed in the dental chair, complications do exist and it is necessary to have the necessary training for their treatment. This is why oral and maxillofacial surgeons treat this type of pathology.
The broad field of oral surgery includes the treatment of dental inclusions, cysts and tumours of both jaws, periodontal surgery, odontogenic infections, premalignant lesions and the treatment of intraoral soft tissue lesions.
Age is no longer an impediment to aligning your teeth and improving your appearance. Your mouth and your smile are fundamental elements in your personal attractiveness. A smile that shows white, well-aligned teeth conveys health and youthfulness at any age.
In addition, by aligning your teeth and adjusting your occlusion in adulthood, the health of your gums and the periodontal bone that holds your teeth in place is significantly improved. There is also an increase in the tone and function of the joints, including the masticatory and facial muscles. In short, not only will you get a more beautiful smile, but you will also help to preserve the longevity of your teeth.
In our practice, the health of your mouth is just as important as the aesthetics of your teeth, lips and face. The goals and treatment plan are individualised for each case and we examine them thoroughly with you before we begin.
We use the latest technological advances in diagnosis, clinical techniques and orthodontic appliances to make your treatment as effective, comfortable and short as possible.
Fixed braces can be small and clear, so they will hardly affect your daily life. You can speak and eat normally and they are also very discreet.
Fixed braces can also be placed behind the teeth with the lingual technique and made almost invisible (“Incognito”-3M).
For those who want to align their teeth but do not want to, or cannot, wear fixed braces, there is the possibility of using invisible aligners, almost invisible, with the advantage of being able to remove them whenever you consider it convenient (“Invisalign”).
In some cases, the origin of the most accentuated dental and aesthetic problems is due to defects in the size or position of the maxillary bones. In these cases, with the collaboration of ORTOGNATIC SURGERY, dental problems are corrected and, in addition, the harmony of the features is restored, considerably improving facial beauty.
It is clear that the primary objective of medical treatment is to preserve or restore function. However, aesthetics is a primary objective in any dental approach.
Today, with the techniques and materials available, highly aesthetic results can be achieved.
All treatments offered are aimed at achieving aesthetic improvement. We also offer options that aim to improve aesthetics.
Modern metal-free porcelains, microfilled composites or tooth whitening are some of the aesthetic improvement techniques we offer.
At Hident Clinic, we have highly qualified specialists who will help you prevent and combat periodontal disease.
What is Periodontal Disease?
Commonly known as pyorrhoea, it affects the gums and other tissues that support the teeth, such as bone. The disease begins with the deposit of plaque on the teeth. If this plaque is not removed by the patient it calcifies and forms the much hated dental tartar. At this point, it is impossible for the patient himself to remove it by his own means, so tartar can only be removed by professional dental hygiene performed by our dentists at Hident Clinic.
If we do not do this, the tartar on the surface of the teeth causes inflammation of the gums, which can even bleed when brushing and sometimes symptoms such as halitosis or bad breath can also appear.
If left untreated, the periodontal disease continues to advance in depth and the tartar extends to the tooth roots, causing the appearance of a periodontal pocket, i.e. there is bone loss and the gum separates from the tooth, causing an increased probing depth. There is a sensation of an elongated tooth.
In advanced cases, there is a lot of bone loss and mobility may appear in the tooth, causing its premature loss due to lack of support.
In short, it is a disease that affects the supporting tissues of the tooth and, if left untreated, will lead to premature loss of the tooth in question due to lack of support.
At Hident Clinic we are convinced that prevention is better than cure, so oral health starts from the first months of life, our dentists are trained to provide you with the necessary means to achieve optimal oral health care for your children. The milk teeth and permanent teeth of children and adolescents require particularly delicate treatment.
We treat children and young people under the age of 18, as well as expectant mothers.
When should your children visit us for the first time?
The first dental visit should ideally coincide with the eruption of the first tooth. Usually at 6 months of age.
What does this visit consist of?
Preventive treatments are not bothersome and when anaesthesia is required, our specialists know the appropriate techniques to make them painless.