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A dental abscess, or phlegmon, is the cluster of pus around a particular tooth. It can affect bone, dental or soft tissue structures close to the affected tooth. This occurs as a result of an untreated cariogenic infection, a fissure or dental fracture, a trauma or...

Gingivitis is a reversible pathology that causes inflammation of the gums and hemorrhage, but no loss of support tissue of the tooth. It appears due to an accumulation of dentobacterial plaque (tartar) in the gum line. Why is it produced? The main and most frequent cause is...

Benign migratory glossitis is commonly referred to under the term "geographic tongue". It consists of a benign inflammation of the tongue combined with areas of depapilation, (absence of taste buds). It has cracks and crevices that can disappear or migrate. The margins are well defined; only...

Oral Leukoplakia is a white lesion, which we cannot categorize in any other concept of injury already defined. It has a high probability of developing oral cancer, so it is defined as a precancerous lesion. Features. Leukoplakias may appear as a unique, localized lesion, such as diffuse,...

What are we talking about? Supernumerary teeth are those that come out extra. In other words, they exceed in number the considered normal or logical for a human dentition. They are often found fortuitously when a person is subjected to a clinical or radiological examination. They...

What is the Agenesis? As we all know, the natural dentition of an adult person consists of 32 pieces. It is very common that some of them are naturally missing, resulting in the process known as Agenesis. In the case of third molars, these are the...

TMJ and Bruxism expert.   When she began studying, she found herself, at only 18 years old, in the consultation room of temporo-mandibular and cranial dysfunctions. At that moment, she asked herself the following: 'What is this problem that affects so many people? Why, with a wide range...

Have you ever heard about it? On this week's blog, we are going to talk about the eruption cysts. These are common in children who are in the eruptive process of deciduous teeth. Also those who are going through the full phase of the replacement of...

Have you already met our new Doctor, Elena Alonso Fernández? Dr. Elena Alonso completed her high school studies at the I.E.S. Chapatal in Santa Cruz of Tenerife with Honors. In 2006, she obtained her First Degree in Dentistry from the Complutense University of Madrid.  Then, she...