Oral and maxilofacial surgery
Oral surgery is the specialization aimed at diagnosing and surgically treating diseases, trauma and defects of the teeth, mouth, jaws and their adjacent tissues, both in functional and aesthetic terms.
Discipline that studies and treats tooth loss through the use of dental implants and the rehabilitation of them.
Entrance door for referral to other specialties. It is in charge of the integral evaluation of the patient and the solution of primary oral health problems. Among them we highlight the prevention, caries, inflammation of the gums, among other pathologies that do not require management by a specialist.
Prosthodontics and Aesthetic Dentistry
Specialty focused on the rehabilitation or restoration of lost or damaged dental structures, whether due to diseases, conditions or trauma. Its objective is through a comprehensive, multidisciplinary and collaborative work with the other specialties, to be able to return the functionality of the teeth
Specialty that diagnoses and treats both diseases and conditions that affect the tissues that surround and support teeth or dental substitutes (gums, alveolar bone and periodontal ligament).
Orthodontics and Dentomaxillary Orthopedics
Orthodontics is a dental specialty that studies, prevents and corrects developmental disorders, the shapes of the dental arches, the position of the teeth and the position of the jaws.
Specialty in charge of diagnosing and treating patients from the first days of life until adolescence. Aiming at prevention through the education of healthy habits, carrying out preventive and restorative treatments, among others.
Temporomandibular Disorders and Orofacial Pain
Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) correspond to a heterogeneous set of pathologies that affect the muscles responsible for chewing, the temporomandibular joints (TMJ) and other tissues involved in the movement of the jaw. The TMD correspond to the main cause of maxiflofacial pain of non-dental origin, presenting different symptoms (muscle, joint, head, ear pain, noise, movement disturbances, etc.).
Area intended to diagnose and treat, through clinical and radiographic management, any condition or disease that afflicts the nerve or pulp of the tooth. Thus alleviating pain or infection among others.
The entire team is available to our patients so that in the event of any eventuality you have at your service a highly trained professional to diagnose and treat each particular emergency.