Fastidio alla lingua – per pazienti (Umana)

Per David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Il fastidio alla lingua può derivare da un’irritazione dovuta a: Determinati alimenti, specialmente se acidi (ad esempio l’ananas) Determinati ingredienti di dentifrici, collutori, caramelle o gomme da masticare Determinati…

Effects of Aging on the Mouth and Teeth – for patients (Humans)

 (See Biology of the Mouth and Biology of the Teeth.) With aging, taste sensation may diminish. Older people may find their food tastes bland so, for more taste, they may add abundant seasonings (particularly salt, which is harmful for some people) or they may desire very hot foods, which may burn the gums. Older people may also have…

Effetti dell’invecchiamento sulla bocca – per pazienti (Umana)

Per Linda P. Nelson, DMD, MScD, Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentistry;Associate Pediatric Dentist, Harvard School of Dental Medicine;Children’s Hospital Con l’invecchiamento, i calici gustativi diventano meno sensibili. Le persone anziane possono trovare blando il gusto del cibo e quindi, per aggiungere sapore, potrebbero aggiungere molti condimenti (in particolare il sale, che è pericoloso per alcuni soggetti)…

Temporomandibular Disorders – for patients (Humans)

By Noshir R. Mehta, DMD, MDS, MS, Professor;Associate Dean for Global Relations; Senior Advisor, Department of Public Health and Community Servic;Tufts University School of Dental Medicine Temporomandibular disorders are caused by problems with the jaw muscles or joints or the fibrous tissue connecting them. People may have headaches and tenderness of the chewing muscles or may…

Disturbi dell’articolazione temporomandibolare – per pazienti (Umana)

Per Noshir R. Mehta, DMD, MDS, MS, Professor;Associate Dean for Global Relations; Senior Advisor, Department of Public Health and Community Servic;Tufts University School of Dental Medicine Le articolazioni temporo-mandibolari sono le giunzioni tra le ossa temporali del cranio e l’osso mascellare inferiore (mandibola). Le articolazioni temporo-mandibolari sono due, una su ogni lato del viso, in prossimità…

Jaw Dislocation – for patients (Humans)

By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry (See also Introduction to Urgent Dental Problems.) A dislocated jaw (dislocated mandible) generally is very painful. The mouth cannot be closed, and the jaw may be twisted to one side….

Dislocazione mandibolare – per pazienti (Umana)

Per David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry La dislocazione della mascella (mandibola slogata) di solito è molto dolorosa. Non si riesce a chiudere la bocca e la mascella può essere deviata lateralmente. In genere la dislocazione…

Teeth Grinding – for patients (Humans)

(Bruxism) By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Teeth grinding is clenching or grinding the teeth. Teeth grinding eventually wears down and damages teeth. Artificial dental crowns (made of gold, porcelain, or both) can be fractured,…

Digrignamento dei denti – per pazienti (Umana)

(Bruxismo) Per David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Il digrignamento dei denti consiste nel serrare o digrignare i denti. Il digrignamento dei denti, a lungo andare, danneggia e deteriora i denti. Le capsule dentali artificiali (in…

Tongue Discoloration – for patients (Humans)

By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry The tongue’s papillae may become discolored if a person smokes or chews tobacco, eats certain foods or vitamins, or has colored bacteria growing on the tongue. Black discoloration on…

Depigmentazione della lingua – per pazienti (Umana)

Per David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Il colore delle papille linguali può alterarsi se il soggetto fuma o mastica tabacco, assume determinati cibi o vitamine o se crescono sulla lingua batteri cromogeni. Può manifestarsi colorazione nera…

Impacted Teeth – for patients (Humans)

By James T. Ubertalli, DMD, Private Practice, Hingham, MA  (See also Overview of Tooth Disorders.) Impacted teeth are teeth that are unable to emerge (erupt) properly from the gum. Impaction is usually caused by the overcrowding of teeth, which leaves insufficient room for a new tooth to emerge. Impaction can occur when a baby tooth is lost…