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San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez

San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez
San Francisco Dentist AND Esther Lopez

Glossary

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

abrasión:

loss of structure of the tooth caused by the tooth that grinds, a mordedura incorrect, a hard or technical brush of teeth that brushes poor


abscess:

an infection located of a tooth and/or of the gum


stirrup:

tooth or teeth that anchor a fixed bridge or desprendible


abrasión of the air:

retreat of the structure of the tooth ruining a tooth with air and of abrasive, also relatively a new technology in odontología that avoids often the need of the anesthetic


allergy:

an unwanted corporal answer to a substance or to an agency


bone alveolar:

the bone that surrounds the roots of teeth


blend:

the most common material used for the Fillings, also called silver Fillings; a mixture of the mercury (app the 50%), of the silver, of the tin plating, of the copper and of the zinc used for the Fillings


analgesia:

partial loss of sensation of the pain


anesthesia:

absence of the sensation of the pain; to become numb a tooth is local anesthesia; with general anesthesia the patient is unconscious


previous teeth:

the six teeth forward superiors and six lower


antibiotic:

a drug that for or retards the growth of the germs (bacteria)


ANUG:

acronyms for the gingivitis of necrotización sharp of Ulcerative, acquaintances more commonly as mouth of the ditch or illness of Vincent, brought often lit the tension and/or smoking


apex:

the extremity of the root of a tooth


apicoectomy:

retreat of the extreme of the root of a tooth to treat an infection


arch:

it forms assumed collectively by the lower and upper teeth

B

teeth of the baby:

the first teeth, also called invalid teeth of leaves; generally there are twenty teeth of the baby


base:

a cement applied under a Fillings or of a crown to the sensibility of the decrease al heat or al cold and protects the Fillings


biopsy:

retreat of a small piece of the fine weave to be determined if is patient


mordedura:

how the lower and upper teeth come together; themselves can also call the obstruction


licks melenuda black:

excessive growth of the mushrooms that live normally in the mouth


injection of the block:

anestesiando a nerve that serves a large area of the quijada, generally the quijada lower; are able the teeth, the tongue and the half become numb of the quijada in that area


linking:

applying a resin tooth-colored to the repair and/or change the color or the form of a tooth, it more often possible a forward tooth


loss of the bone:

diminish in the bone that supports the roots of teeth; a common result of the illness of the gum


resorción of the bone:

The gradual loss of use of Orthodontists of the bone this process to the teeth of the "tug" through the bone to the new positions. top


supports:

devices used by orthodontists to place gradually the teeth again


bridge:

application cemented to the adjacent teeth to a space that substitutes some or more teeth than lacks; cemented generally or united to the teeth or establishes adjacent al space


bruxism:

involuntary, the to grind "nervous" of the teeth while the patient is asleep


bruxomania:

involuntary, the to grind "nervous" of the teeth while the patient is awake

C

calcium:

chemical element needed for the teeth, the bones and the healthy nerves


calculation:

hard residue, being extended of yellow al brown, forming in the teeth when the oral hygiene is incomplete or incorrect


pain of the canker:

mouth blanquecina, often to circulate the ten to fourteen sore passed days


bridge voladizo:

fixed bridge that joined with the adjacent teeth in an extreme only


case:

common term for the crown


carie:

caries or cavities


cavitron:

dental tool that utilizes waves acoustics of high frequency to clean the teeth


celulitis:

The infection incontrolada that causes to the hinchazón extensive since this is a dangerous condition, to a dentist or to a doctor should be consulted as soon as possible.


cementum:

hard fine weave that covers the roots of teeth


letter:

to measure the depth of the pockets of the gum around the teeth


corchete:

device that conserves a dentadura partial desprendible


cleaning:

retreat of the plate and of the calculation of the teeth, generally on the gumline


composed:

common mixture of the linking of the plastic and of the particles of glass/ceramic; cured generally with the light or the chemical products


crown:

two meanings: (portion 1) the of a tooth covered by the enamel, and (restoration 2) to that covers all the or the natural majority tooth on the gumline


curretage:

retreat of the internal fine weave dead person of a pocket of the gum


quiste:

a full bag of fluid

D

decaimiento:

the destruction of the structure of the tooth caused by the acid produced by the bacteria


invalid teeth of leaves:

teeth of the baby


dental enamel:

hard, internal layer of the life of a tooth (the layer immediately under external layer of the enamel

)

dental establish:

cylinder titanium from to (generally) placed surgical in the bone of the quijada upper or lower to substitute the root of a tooth that lacks


dentición:

its teeth and how are fixed in its mouth


dentadura:

a system desprendible of artificial teeth


denturism:

the production and the sale of Dentures of the not-dentists


diastema:

the space among the forward teeth

And

enamel:

hard fine weave that covers the crown (portion on the gumline) of a tooth


endodontist:

a specialist that treats wounds, illnesses and the infections of the pulpa of the tooth


eruption:

the process by the one that the teeth grow through the gums


exodontia:

See the extraction.


explorer:

an instrument accentuated to examine the surfaces of teeth


extraction:

retreat of a tooth/teeth


eyeteeth:

the four superiors and lower teeth of the eyetooth or of the eye

F

coverings:

the visible portion of a crown; can be the acrylic one, the composed one or the porcelain


Fillings:

restoration of the structure loss of the tooth with the metal, the aleación, the porcelain or the resin


fístula:

do a tunnel the pus that conducts from an infection al place of another; a fístula of the mouth is called a boiling of the gum


surgery of the aleta:

aflojamiento of gums of the bone to expose and to clean the underlying structures of the tooth


fórceps:

the instrument removed a tooth


dentadura full:

dentadura desprendible that substitutes all the teeth in upper or lower arch


frenectomy:

retreat of the frenum, the fine cord of the fine weave that united the upper or lower lips to the gum or to the tongue al flat of the mouth

G

GTR:

(regeneration directed of the fine weave) a new technique to substitute the fine weave of the bone lost among the roots of teeth


general anesthesia:

a state controlled of the inconsciencia, accompanied by a partial or complete loss of sensation of the pain, of reflected protectors, and of the capacity to respond useful al physical stimulus or al verbal command


geographical tongue:

loss of all the color and texture generally of the tongue; does not require the processing


gingiva:

the gums


gingivectomy:

retreat of the fine weave of the gum


gingivitis:

inflammation of the fine weave of the gum


boiling of the gum:

See the fístula.

H

bad breath:

bad respiration


hydrogen peroxide(H202 ) :

composed it used like an agent that whitens dental and rinse


hiperemia:

dental sensibility to the temperature and to the candies; can precede an abscess

I

tooth affected:

a tooth done not expose or partially exposed that it is so minted against another tooth, bone, or smooth fine weave that the complete exposition of the tooth is improbable


establish:

artificial device that substitutes the root of the tooth; can anchor a tooth, a bridge, or a dentadura artificial


incision and drainage:

production of an incision in an abscess for drenar the infection


incisivos:

four teeth forward superiors and four lower, (excludes the teeth dogs)


infiltration:

process to become numb the upper teeth (that place the liquid anesthetic under the fine weave of the gum and that permit that emigrate in the bone)


it stuffed:

a Fillings done by a dental laboratory that itself cemente in place, requires generally two dental appointments


photographic chamber intraoral:

A photographic chamber lower-case letter of the TV vision the fine weaves of the mouth (possessed by approximately 50 percent of dentists of the AND. AND. OR. OR.

J

jacket:

crown for a forward tooth, fact generally of porcelain

L

laminado:

the plastic or the fine sheet of the porcelain produced in a dental laboratory and later bound to a tooth to improve its aspect


gas that laughs:

common name for the oxide nitroso; to reduce anxieties and relajaban to patients


local anesthesia:

elimination of the sensation of the pain, in a portion of the body by the superficial use or the regional injection of an anesthetic drug

M

malocclusion:

"bad mordedura" or desalineamiento among the lower and upper teeth


care handled:

program by the one that the assignment of the patient-dentist and the I refund of the dentist they are administered for an organization separated, external


jaw:

the quijada lower


margin:

point of the contact among a restoration and the tooth


Bridge of Maryland:

a bridge that is bound or is cemented only to the subsequent parts of the adjacent teeth


maxilla:

the quijada upper


teeth of the milk:

the teeth of the baby


grind:

the twelve rear teeth in the entire mouth (or the three rear teeth in each room of the mouth if the teeth of the wisdom are inside)


N

nerve:

common term for the pulpa of the tooth that is the sensitive intimate portion of a tooth


nightguard:

plastic device that covers all the upper or lower teeth; prevented the wear caused by the tooth that ground during dream


oxide nitroso:

a gas reduced patient anxiety


Novocain:

one more old it marks for an anesthetic localities

Or

obstruction:

how the lower and upper teeth come together


recover:

restoration produced in laboratory that covers the cusps of a tooth


oral surgeon and maxillofacial:

A specialist that is in charge of the diagnosis and of the surgical processing of illnesses, of wounds, and of deformities of the mouth and of the structures of backup. It requires generally four additional years of training after dental school


cavity bucal:

the mouth


oral hygiene:

the process to maintain the cleaning of the mouth


oral surgery:

operations in the mouth; for example, extractions, retreat of quistes or of tumors, and repair of the bone broken of the quijada


ortodoncia:

dental specialty that treats the desalineamiento of teeth


overdenture:

the dentadura that fits excessive roots of the tooth or dental establishes

P

processing paliativo:

processing that is designed above all to reduce or to eliminate pain


parasthesia:

loss of sensation in the area of the body


partial:

dentadura desprendible that substitutes some of the teeth


pedodontics:

dental specialty that itself central in the processing of children


periodontist:

a specialist that treats the gums and the structures of backup of the teeth


permanent teeth:

the teeth of the adult of the thirty-two


pit:

a small defect in the enamel of tooth, found generally in the rear teeth


placebo:

a processing that work due to the belief of the patient in it, not due to the real physical change produces


plate:

a substance pegajosa smooth that accumulates in the teeth; integrated in great part by bacteria and substances of the food suspended in saliva


pontic:

to false tooth mounted on to bridge


porcelain crowns:

to porcelain cap which covers the crown (that portion above the gumline) of the tooth to repair it or change the shape and/or color


porcelain inlay or onlay:

to tooth-colored filling, made of porcelain


porcelain veneers:

to thin layer of porcelain bonded to the front and top of to front tooth to repair or change the color and/or shape


post:

to thin metal rod inserted into the root of to tooth after root channel therapy; provides retention for to "core" which is to buildup of material that replaces the lost tooth structure


post-core:

to post and to buildup of material that replaces the lost tooth structure


post-crown:

single structure that combine post-core and crown


prognosis:

the probable outcome of treatment


prophylaxis:

procedure for preserving the health and preventing infection of teeth


prosthesis:

they go artificial replacement for to body part


prosthodontist:

to dentist who specializes in restoring teeth , replacing missing teeth with bridges and dentures , and maintaining proper occlusion


pulp:

the nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue inside to tooth


pulp cap:

to medicated covering over to small area of exposed pulp


pulp chamber:

the center or innermost portion of the tooth containing the pulp


pulpectomy:

total removal of the pulp in children' s teeth


pulpitis:

inflammation of the pulp; to common cause of to toothache


pulpotomy:

partial removal of the pulp


pyorrhea:

common term for gum disease

R

reimplantation:

return to mouth of tooth/teeth lost through trauma


reline:

plastic buildup of denture to you compensate you for bone loss (usually accomplished in conjunction with to dental laboratory )


restoration:

the replacement part or portion restored on to damaged tooth


retainedroot:

root remaining in jaw after tooth is extracted or broken off


root:

tooth structure that connects the tooth to the jaw


root channel:

common term for root channel therapy, also the interior space of the tooth root


root channel therapy:

process of removing pulp of to tooth and filling it with go inert material


root resection:

removal of root of to tooth while retaining the crown


gum dam:

soft latex sheet used to protect one or dies teeth from moisture and to keep materials from falling to the back of the throat

S

saliva:

clear you flow in the mouth containing water, enzymes , bacteria, mucus, viruses, blood cells and undigested food particles


saliva ejector:

suction tube placed in the mouth to removes saliva


salivary glands:

located under tongue and in cheeks, produces saliva


scaling:

meticulous removal of plaque and calculus from tooth surfaces


sealants:

plastic material bonded in the grooves and pits of back teeth for the prevention of decay


secondary dentin:

produced by the pulp in response to tooth irritation


sleep apnea:

the periodic interruption or delay in breathing during sleep


space maintainer:

dental device that holds the space lost through premature loss of baby teeth


splint:

to connect two or dies teeth am they function ace to stronger single structure


supernumerary tooth:

extra tooth


T

tartar:

also called calculus, to hard deposit containing bacteria and minerals that you adhere to teeth


tmd:

temperomandibular disorder; term given to condition characterized by facial pain and restricted ability to open/moves the jaw


tmj:

the temporomandibular joint, the point where the lower jaw attaches to the upper jaw


tmj disorder:

term given to condition characterized by facial pain and restricted ability to open/moves the jaw


third-party provider:

insurance company, union, government agency that pays all or to part of cost of dental treatment


tooth bud:

early embryonic structure that becomes to tooth


tooth whitening:

to process to lighten the color of teeth


torus:

common bony growth on the palate or lower jaw


transplant:

placing to natural tooth in the empty socket of another tooth


trauma:

injury caused by to blow, chemicals, temperature maximize , or poor tooth alignment


trench mouth:

Gum disease characterized by severe mouth sisters and loss of tissue. See ANUG

Or

unerupted tooth:

to tooth that there you are not pushed through the gum and assumed its correct position in the jaw

V

Plastic or porcelain facing bonded directly to to tooth to improve its appearance. See laminate.

W

wisdom teeth:

the third set of molars that usually erupt when to person is 18-25 years of age

X

xerostomia:

decrease in production of saliva

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