Dental Health

Dental Health

Centro Médico ABC invites you to take care of your dental health with highly qualified professionals, cutting-edge technology, ethics, and professionalism.

Our team of dental surgeons guarantees the highest quality care, safety, and professionalism.
All our treatments and services are provided in comfortable facilities with the highest quality standards, adapted with the latest dental technology, which helps to treat our patients quickly.

Most common dental health conditions in the world

Important
Information

You do not have to have a tooth ache to go to the dentist.

Chronic diseases like diabetes and poorly controlled hypertension damage your dental health.

Smoking leads to disease of the gums and the bone that supports your teeth.

 Stress produces bruxism which consists of unconsciously clenching and grinding your teeth causing them to wear out.

Important
Information

You do not have to have a tooth ache to go to the dentist.

Chronic diseases like diabetes and poorly controlled hypertension damage your dental health.

Smoking leads to disease of the gums and the bone that supports your teeth.

 Stress produces bruxism which consists of unconsciously clenching and grinding your teeth causing them to wear out.

Dental health

At Centro Médico ABC we recommend that to have good dental and oral health you must have good digestion, avoid dental infections due to bacteria proliferation arising from cavities and tooth loss, problems in the temporomandibular joint that cause migraines, problems in spine and back, facial and/or trigeminal nerve problems, heart problems, among others.

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Preventive Treatments

Dental cleaning

It is one of the simplest treatments and its purpose is to eliminate bacterial plaque and accumulated tartar on the teeth, the gum line, and the interdental spaces.

Fluorine application

It is a treatment for teeth that can help prevent cavities, reduce them, or prevent them from getting worse.

Pit and fissure sealants

Dental sealants are a plastic material that is placed on the chewing (occlusion) surface of permanent posterior teeth, molars, and premolars to help protect against acids and bacteria that contribute to tooth decay.

Corrective Treatments

Resins
It is a treatment that can only be performed by a dental surgeon since it is the specialist in charge of repairing a damaged tooth. It consists of cleaning all the cavities in the tooth, so that it does not continue and affect the nerve of said tooth, and then sealing it with a material called dental composite and it hardens quickly by applying a laser beam.

Extractions
It is the terminal procedure of a tooth and should not be taken as the first-choice treatment, currently there are several alternatives to preserve teeth longer.

Inlays
It is a type of restoration that is performed inside the mouth, in the posterior or anterior sector. It consists of a coating whose function is to preserve the healthy structure that remains of a tooth. It is cemented to the tooth to replace the structure lost due to cavities, fracture, or wear. They are performed in a laboratory using working models of the patient’s mouth.

Aesthetic total crowns
Are those that are supported by the natural teeth. In case of only needing to cover a specific tooth, a crown or cover is made. For this, it is necessary to carve or wear the tooth so that the cover or crown can later fit.

Fixed and removable prostheses
Fixed and Removable Prostheses allow the replacement of teeth and other oral structures, with the restoration of aesthetic, phonetic and chewing functions.
Oral prostheses are devices that allow the replacement of teeth and other oral structures, such as gums and bone, with the restoration of aesthetic, phonetic and chewing functions.

Root canals
Root canal is one of the best-known dental treatments, it is focused on the extraction of the dental pulp, filling and sealing it, placing an elongated and thick device inside the tooth.
Occlusal guard
Bruxism is a disorder characterized by the habit of grinding teeth frequently, either voluntarily or involuntarily, during the day or night. This has serious consequences for the jaw and teeth, but these damages can be stopped by using a splint or occlusal guard.
Everyday cases of bruxism increase in the world and is not age related, since it can affect both children and adults.

We use the protection protocols for you and the entire team of professionals, with the best care and equipment.
Remember that taking care of your oral health is especially important.

Do not forget that poor oral health can be an indicator of diseases that you already have or have not even been diagnosed.
You are on time to see your dentist.

Periapical X-ray

A periapical X-ray before, during, and after treatment is essential. They constitute an auxiliary method of diagnosis or complementary test and are of special interest for the diagnosis of periapical pathology. Based on this, a certain diagnosis cannot be made solely from X-rays. However, these are essential in endodontics for the treatment of root canals.

Orthopantomography

Panoramic radiography, also called orthopantomography, is a radiological technique with which a single general image of the teeth, maxilla, and jaw is obtained through X-ray equipment. Today this type of X-ray is digital, which reduces the radiation dose received by the patient. Orthopantomography is used routinely in dentistry. Panoramic X-rays are also performed to check for impacted wisdom teeth or to check for possible jaw problems.

There are intraoral and extraoral radiographic studies. The dentist must know which study is necessary for each case.

Recommendations to the patient

How to brush your teeth?
The brushing technique is unique and individual for each type of patient depending on the type of oral problem they have, visit your dentist to teach you the proper technique.

Check-ups recommended by your dentist.
See your dentist every 6 months.

Epidemiological surveillance unit

Centro Médico ABC developed, implemented, and tests an emergency preparedness program to respond to global contagious diseases, for which it established prevention, response, and containment measures in the event of an epidemic or pandemic due to respiratory viruses, contributing to efficient, effective, and safe care of Centro Médico ABC’s population.

The infection prevention and control program is led by the epidemiological surveillance unit and, for its effectiveness, it integrates different leaders from throughout the organization, has well-trained personnel, methods have been designed to proactively identify and address risks of infection in people and in the environment, adequate policies and procedures, education of personnel and coordination throughout the organization.

Conditions’ keywords:

  • Cavities
  • Gingivitis
  • Periodontitis/periodontal disease
  • Dentofacial abnormalities
  • Malocclusions
  • Oral cancer
  • Dental tissues malformations
  • Maxillofacial trauma
  • Dental fluorosis
  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Halitosis or bad breath
  • Canker sores
  • Dental mobility
  • Wisdom tooth
  • Dental abscess
  • Bruxism
  • Dental pain

Our
Locations

At ABC Medical Center, we are prepared to serve you in out two Campuses 24/24h, 7 days a week.

Campus Observatorio

Sur 136 No. 116, Col. Las Américas,
Álvaro Obregón, 01120, Cd. de México.

Tel. 55 5230 8000

Campus Santa Fe

Av. Carlos Graef Fernández 154, Col. Santa Fe,
Cuajimalpa, 05300, Cd. de México.

Tel. 55 1103 1600