Are your wisdom teeth coming through and causing pain? Do your teeth cause pain, or do you have infection in your mouth? Have you broken a tooth and need to rebuild it? Do you have caries annoying you or causing pain? Do you need dental implants? Are you missing a tooth or molar? Do you…
Are your wisdom teeth coming through and causing pain?
The appearance of the third molar (commonly known as ‘wisdom teeth’) occurs when other teeth have already appeared. This sometimes means there is not enough space, and the gum is above the tooth, causing swelling and often infection. Surgery does not necessarily involve removal of the tooth; it may be solved with a minor surgical procedure. In any case, treatment is advisable to cure the infection and ease the pain.
Do your teeth cause pain, or do you have infection in your mouth?
There are several reasons to explain these pains and ailments. The most advisable step is to act quickly, because otherwise the pain will increase, and with infections, will spread and get worse. At Stoma we have been treating dental and oral diseases for over 40 years: trust our professional judgement for a reliable diagnosis and take the necessary action in each case.
Have you broken a tooth and need to rebuild it?
After ruling out (or resolving, where applicable) a potential infection, we can use veneers, composite resins, crowns, etc. Each case requires a different solution, and at Stoma Clinic we’ll help you to make the best decision for you.
Do you have caries annoying you or causing pain?
Caries are a very common disease requiring fast intervention to prevent pain and infection. At Stoma, we use composite resin as restorative material.
Do you need dental implants?
The Stoma team was one of the pioneers in Spain in implant surgery, after a training period in Sweden with the world’s leading specialists. Currently, are a benchmark in the medical field and are often asked to resolve the most difficult and complex cases.
Are you missing a tooth or molar?
Missing a tooth or molar makes chewing more difficult, and worsens our oral health, because the rest of our teeth tend to occupy the space left by the missing tooth. We can solve this with an implant, or, if the root is intact, use a crown to fix the problem. In any case, taking action is advisable.
Do you have an old dental prosthesis that you need to change?
When talking about dental prostheses, properly planning the case is essential; for single-tooth cases to the full restoration of the mouth. Therefore, at Stoma, the prosthetist is in charge of assessing the case and targeting the patient’s treatment towards the Stoma Clínic’s different areas of expertise. Currently the results obtained with these techniques and materials are spectacular.
Do you have worn teeth?
In cases such as dental fracture, there are different treatments, ranging from porcelain veneers to resins and/or crowns. Assessment by experienced professionals is always essential.