Why have my gums gone black?
Keeping your gums in a good state is very important for our oral health and aesthetics, since their function is to keep teeth in ...Read more
Oral HPV: what is it and what are the symptoms?
The papillomavirus (also known by its abbreviation HPV) is one of the oldest viruses known. During its long evolution, the human papillomaviruses have ...Read more
How long does a phlegmon last?
A gumboil is inflammation or swelling that appears on your face, extends under the skin and may cause a notable deformation. This inflammation of ...Read more
Why may there be blood in my saliva?
One of the times that this may happen is when we brush and spit and we find blood-tinged saliva. The presence of blood in ...Read more
The ten most common oral health diseases
Discovering which possible dental problems are the most common and their causes may be a great help for their prevention. Here is a list ...Read more
Why have my gums gone purple?
Generally, gums are pink, but sometimes they develop black or dark brown marks or they may become redder or purple. Various things can cause ...Read more
Dental fistula: causes and treatment
What is a dental fistula? A dental fistula is a small channel formed from the infected area of the tooth, which usually coincides with the ...Read more
Vitamins and minerals required for healthy teeth
A diet rich in vitamins and minerals may naturally strengthen dental enamel and can also protect teeth against food and drinks that cause dental ...Read more
Inflamed palate: causes, symptoms and treatment
The palate is the roof of the mouth, which separates the oral cavity from the nasal cavity. It consists of a hard frontal area, ...Read more
Pregnancy risks: dry mouth symptom
Hormonal changes and increased water intake requirements during pregnancy can cause a dry mouth. A dry mouth is a very common symptom during pregnancy. ...Read more