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QUINAPRIL AND XEROSTOMIA

QUINAPRIL AND XEROSTOMIA

QUINAPRIL AND XEROSTOMIA QUINAPRIL AND XEROSTOMIA QUINAPRIL AND XEROSTOMIA Blood pressure is understood as the measurement of the force exerted against the walls of the arteries, as the heart pumps blood to the body. It  affects many organs when altered and uncontrolled;it can cause heart, cerebrovascular, and kidney diseases, eye  and other health problems. QUINAPRIL […]

CARVEDILOL AND DRY MOUTH

CARVEDILOL AND DRY MOUTH CARVEDILOL AND DRY MOUTH CARVEDILOL AND DRY MOUTH CARVEDILOL AND DRY MOUTH Heart failure (HF) is associated with an abnormality of the heart, which could cause it  not to efficiently pump oxygen-rich blood to be distributed evenly throughout the body; this generates long-term health conditions. WHAT ARE HEART FAILURE AND BLOOD […]

ANKYLOSED TOOTH

ankylosed tooth

Ankylosed tooth What is dental ankylosis?        Histologically, the replacement of the periodontal ligament by calcified tissue can be observed, attaching the tooth directly to the bone, stopping or preventing tooth eruption. In order to understand more fully what dental ankylosis is, it is necessary to know the following points: The teeth are not directly attached […]

FLUOROSIS

fluorosis

Fluorosis Fluoride is an element that can be found naturally in the soil, air, animals, plants and water. The importance of fluoride in the oral cavity lies in the fact that this element has the property of being able to increase the resistance of the enamel, making it less susceptible to  dental caries, especially when […]

Dental Diseases in The Elderly

Dental Diseases in The Elderly

Dental Diseases in The Elderly The number of older adults is increasing dramatically worldwide. The elderly have a higher risk of developing chronic diseases of the mouth and other conditions that appear more frequently, such as xerostomia (usually secondary to medications) and oral candidiasis.   It is common for older adults to come to the […]

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THE EFFECT OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS ON ORAL HEALTH

antiepileptic drugs on oral health

EFFECT OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGs ON ORAL  HEALTH According to the World Health Organization (WHO), disability due to epilepsy affects 1% to 2% of the world’s population. In the world, there are approximately 50 million people with epilepsy, about 80% of these patients come from underdeveloped regions, of which epilepsy responds to treatment in approximately 70% […]

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