Dentistry is a branch of medicine that combines various diseases of the maxillofacial area, the oral mucosa, teeth and neck. Among all the human ailments, the most frequent are lesions of the teeth, the neglect of which treatment entails various inflammatory complications (abscess, phlegmon, osteomyelitis) that threaten health and, in severe cases, also human life.
With sick teeth, in the absence of even a few, the act of mechanical processing of food is not perfect, which affects the state of the stomach and intestinal tract, contributes to the development of gastritis, gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer.
According to statistics, very high trauma, including the face, where fractures of the facial skeleton predominate: the lower and upper jaw, the zygomatic bone, the nose, the orbit. Properly provided first aid — its methods are outlined in this chapter — will ease the lot of the victim and improve the prognosis of treatment.
The occurrence of neoplastic processes in the maxillofacial region is not uncommon. Knowledge of their signs will allow in the early period of tumor development to turn to specialists and provide a more favorable outcome.
Dentistry and very common, such disturbing for a person phenomena as toothache, bad breath, bleeding from the gums and after the removal of the tooth - all that breaks the usual feeling of health and beauty of the face affects it.
- Abscess in the maxillofacial region
- Abscess oral floor
- Abscess of the sky
- Abscess cheek
- Abscess language
- Dislocated jaw
- Sinusitis chronic odontogenpy
- Smell from the mouth
- Cyst of the jaw
- Bleeding after a tooth extraction operation
- Bleeding gums
- Non-carious teeth damage
- Mumps (non-epidemic)
- Tumors of the maxillofacial area
- Benign processes
- Malignant neoplasms of the maxillofacial region
- Lip cancer
- Cancer of the oral mucosa
- Tongue cancer
- Chronic periodontitis
- Fractures of the jaws
- Fractures of the upper jaw
- Mandibular fracture
- Oral sepsis
- Dry mouth
Infectious diseases for all
Diseases of the ear, nose and throat
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