We would like to explain the approach we are working with at the Fixed Dentures Tampa, where we believe that molars and teeth are living structures that are actively involved in human dynamics. YDS is the cornerstone of integrative medicine. This type of dentistry claims that dental and oral problems can act as interfering fields (any element that alters the normal flow of information in the body). This causes irritating impulses in the nervous system and thus causes disease in any part of it.
As a rule, scars after extraction, dead tooth, damage to the pulp of the tooth, granuloma, residual osteitis, cysts, odontomas, inflammation or infantile processes, pieces in an abnormal position, left or partially preserved, displaced, may interfere or bend, healthy third molars without own space or in contact with the mandibular canal, parts of the embryo, remnants of roots, parts used as supports for a bridge, metals (implants, posts, amalgams, hooks, prostheses), adult orthodontics and occlusive disorders.
We place great emphasis on prevention, highlighting certain aspects necessary to achieve good dental health:
Breastfeeding is the best stimulus for the development of the jaws and sky.
A balanced diet, in which the child is encouraged to chew dense foods. Using both sides of the mouth alternately.
Good control and correction of bad habits (oral breathing, baby swallowing, nipple or thumb sucking, etc.)
Correct oral hygiene. Here you can check the best Fixed Dentures Tampa
RNO, neuro-occlusive rehabilitation, leads the mouth from the eruption of deciduous teeth to a balanced situation, which is facilitated by the stimulation of the growth forces themselves.
RNO treatment is applied from birth to adolescence, and oral function is monitored throughout the patient’s life. Simple and non-invasive techniques are used such as selective threads, taxiways and removals that always leave the jaws free, allowing lateral movement.
During the chewing movements, the mouth should work alternately on both sides. Chewing strength should be supported by all teeth with dental and articular balance (TMJ) during closure and chewing.
Loss of balance causes many problems in the mouth, but also outside of it, when you may find neck pain or lumbangia, migraines, dizziness, dizziness, discomfort in the eyes and more complex problems such as anxiety, digestive upset and even depression.
One of the most common interventions is metal restorations or dentures in the mouth. Our clinic has a dental potentiometer for measuring various electrical potentials of teeth. It is a high-precision device that simultaneously automatically measures current (microamperes), voltage (millivolts), polarity and the resulting conductivity value (micromeasures) using two electrodes, with which it must measure the presence of electric currents.
The main advantages of using a potentiometer and the resulting bioelectrical measurements are:
Ease of handling and reading
Allows to expand the clinical diagnosis
This allows an optical image to be obtained in comparison with the symptoms described by the patient.
Allows you to compare possible distance effects that the interfering field can cause. It offers the ability to program the treatment to be followed based on clinical assessment results, neuronal reporting and bio electrical priority.
This allows for more precise therapeutic control.
We use materials that reduce the risk of disease. They avoid metals used in resins or porcelain, composites are not based on BIS-GMAS, i.e. contain bisphenol.
We are aware of new materials that appear on the market, always taking care of the health of our patients.
We work with growth factor-rich plasma obtained from the patient’s own blood. In a small amount, platelet concentrate rich in growth factors, which are proteins that can stimulate faster healing, regeneration or tissue repair, can be easily obtained.
A set of drugs with various therapeutic activities has been obtained. The liquid composition can be used to create a bioactive surface on dental implants, which accelerates their osseointegration.
The PRGF clot is a three-dimensional matrix of fibrin and cellular components impregnated with growth factors. This helps us prevent bone loss after removal or surgery for a cyst in the upper jaw. With the help of PRFG, we fill these cavities, helping the adequate bone regenerate there, being able to later place dental implants with the correct bone base.
With this technique, we can also promote the regeneration of already lost to