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Dentistry is a branch of medicine that combines various diseases of the maxillofacial region, the mucous membrane of the oral cavity, teeth and neck. Among all human ailments, the most frequent are tooth injuries, neglect of treatment of which entails various complications of an inflammatory nature (abscess, phlegmon, osteomyelitis) that threaten human health, and in severe cases, human life.
With diseased teeth, in the absence of even a few, the act of mechanical processing of food is not perfect, which affects the condition of the stomach and intestines, contributes to the onset of gastritis, gastric ulcer, and duodenal ulcer.
According to statistics, very high injuries, including those where fractures of the facial skeleton predominate: lower and upper jaw, zygomatic bone, nose, orbit. Properly rendered first aid - its methods are described in this chapter - will facilitate the fate of the victim and improve the prognosis of treatment.
The occurrence of tumor processes in the maxillofacial region is a common phenomenon. Knowing their signs will allow you to turn to specialists and provide a more favorable outcome even in the early period of tumor development.
Dentistry also affects very common, such disturbing phenomena for a person as toothache, bad breath, bleeding from the gums and after tooth extraction - all that violates the usual feeling of health and beauty of the face.

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