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Why dental care is important?

 Why dental care is important?

Why dental care is important?


Going to the dentist causes stress and discomfort for most people, so we often hear from patients: "I would rather remove all the teeth and put implants / dentures on so that I no longer have problems with them." But regardless of the discomfort caused by the thought of the dental chair. we really need our teeth, and here's why:

 

1. The oral cavity is the beginning of the digestive system, and the role of the tooth is the tearing, grinding and shredding of food that the enzymes from the saliva begin to break down - so without teeth you cannot feed normally, the degradation of food is difficult, which can lead to problems in the rest. of the digestive tract.

 

2. Teeth are also used for speech - you probably all have children when their teeth fall out, that is, when changing teeth, you notice difficult pronunciation of voices w, s, w. This is also observed in patients with open bite - that is, those with a "hole" between the upper and lower front teeth.

 

3. teeth are the first thing anyone notices about you - badly placed, irregular teeth, broken teeth, or lack thereof, make a bad impression about you. You will notice that on most cartoons funny and not overly smart people almost always have their front teeth protruded forward.

 

A nice smile, proper and healthy teeth leave a positive impression on other people. On the other hand, improperly positioned teeth, their lack and broken teeth at the start leave a bad impression on others.

 

No matter what part of the world you are in, the culture you grew up in, the reaction of the environment to the bad position of the teeth, their lack and broken teeth is always the same.

 

There is no doubt that tooth position and smile can make a significant impact, even determining your social contacts, and thus greatly affect the quality of your life.

 

 

 

Let's be honest, what makes most of you go to the dentist?

1. pain - tooth or surrounding structures (ear, wrist, head) due to tooth damage or bad bite;

 

2. Aesthetics - You just want to look nicer.

 

I don't remember a patient ever coming to me and saying, "I want therapy because I chew wrong, that is, I have functional problems," or "put a new fill (seal) on me to have better contacts and tooth function." Most of you say, "My teeth are ugly, I want them to be nicer. "

 

The advantage of our job is that only healthy and well-groomed teeth look beautiful. So when we heal your teeth, make up for lost ones, make new fillings and arrange them according to the rules of the profession, they are then beautiful.

 

Our primary task is to heal you, and the aesthetic comes by itself.

 

This was confirmed by the results of my master's thesis "Assessment of the need for orthodontic therapy using IOTN", for the purposes of which I examined a group of young people from a secondary school in Split. Based on the existence of anomalies (position of the teeth) and their aesthetic appearance, I determined their need for orthodontic therapy, but they themselves also determined the need for orthodontic therapy based on the appearance of their teeth and answered certain questions.

 

The results showed that 92.4% of Split high school students surveyed considered that well-set teeth were important for face appearance. Also, children who have no orthodontic anomaly and I rated their teeth beautiful.

 

Furthermore, all the children I found to need orthodontic treatment because their teeth did not look pretty (bad aesthetics) but were undergoing orthodontic examination - aware of the shortcomings.

 

Most children find that they need orthodontic treatment because of the bad tooth position.

 

The research also revealed one interesting fact - most children who said they didn't care how their teeth were arranged, so "they didn't care", still wished their teeth were better arranged - but they did not want to admit publicly that they were bothered badly arranged teeth.

 

Therefore - visit us to bring a smile back to your face!


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