Causes of dental disease and methods of their treatment.

Toothache refers to the heavily toleratedpainful sensations. To identify and eliminate it, you need to contact the dentist. The causes of discomfort can be completely different, which is why an examination is required from a specialist who will determine the cause and conduct treatment. The most common tooth disease is caries. It softens the hard tissues and forms a cavity, which upon reaching the pulp begins to cause pain when in contact with food or drinks. If you do not take timely measures and do not perform treatment, then the likelihood of developing pulpitis.


Pulpitis is characterized by sudden pain. At the beginning of the disease, toothache is short-lived, but over time it flows into a sharp form. If you do not undergo treatment, the pulpitis develops into periodonitis. This disease is a periodontal tissue that inflames up to the alveolar bone around the diseased tooth. In the absence of medical intervention, the patient suffers constant pain, which goes to the facial muscles, the body temperature rises, the gum flows.

Another common disease - parodontosis. This is a dystrophic process in the tissues of periodontal disease,without any signs of inflammation. Periodontosis in its pure form is rare, and even more rarely in this disease, patients turn to the doctor, since there are no pain and other symptoms of the disease, just bone tissue slowly decays. Unfortunately, periodontal disease does not respond to treatment and the process of destruction can not be stopped. Care of bone tissue begins without any reasons, such as improper treatment or pathologies. It can be suspended, but it is impossible to stop the disease completely. Paradontosis is a systemic disease, it does not occur near one tooth.

Periodontitis is a painful disease, with allconcomitant periods of remission and exacerbations. The cause of periodontitis is very often covered in improperly placed seals, irrational crowns, and the like. In this case, it is desirable to cure teeth, eliminating the cause of the disease. As a result, the inflamed gums heal and other diseases of the oral cavity are stopped. Prevention of dental diseases is carried out to prevent the occurrence and development of diseases of the oral cavity. To date, this is the main direction in dentistry. Precisely preventive measures make it possible to reduce the intensity of tooth decay with caries and the occurrence of periodontal diseases.