Frequently asked questions
At our Adeslas clinics, we offer a multitude of treatments to have optimum oral health. Some of them are as follows:
- Orthodontic treatments (sapphire, ceramic, invisible, lingual brackets, etc.)
- Root canal treatment (single-rooted, bi-rooted, multi-rooted)
- Surgical and non-surgical periodontics treatments
- Fitting of veneers (porcelain, composite, etc.)
- Dental implants (endosseous, subperiosteal, zygomatic, etc.)
- Teeth whitening (with LED, with Laser, etc.)
It usually lasts approximately 2 to 3 hours although in areas such as the tongue or lips it may take between 3 to 5 hours to wear off.
In principle, you can eat anything you want, trying to ensure that chunks are pre-cut and that food is easy to chew. You must avoid foods that are excessively hard and sticky.
It depends on the treatment provided, but ideally you should eat cold foods that do not require much chewing to avoid biting yourself in the area in which the anaesthetic persists.
In this article, you will find further information about what foods are more advisable after an anaesthetic treatment.
Ideally, you should begin with soft foods to get used to eating with brackets. Cold foods will also help to calm the pain that may appear during the first few days of treatment.
You should visit your dentist to examine why it has become unstuck and if it is viable to re-cement it to the pillar tooth.
It is a procedure through which the treatment required to improve the aesthetics of front teeth is personalised and planned.
The panoramic x-ray or orthopantomography is a two-dimensional x-ray that captures the image of the whole mouth, showing the teeth, the upper and lower maxillary bones and the adjacent structures. Interoral x-rays are very small plates that capture the image of a complete tooth (periapical) or the crowns of various teeth (bite wings).
The dental CT scan is a type of x-ray study that captures images of upper and lower maxillary bones in 3D. At Adeslas Dental, this type of study is performed to plan the placement of osseo-integrated dental implants or the extraction of wisdom teeth.
A series of treatments that aim to save and conserve natural teeth to avoid them being removed.
The branch of odontology aimed at preventing and avoiding the appearance of illnesses, such as tooth decay or gum diseases, and of maintaining good oral dental health.