Dental and Ocular Alteration. Diseases of the Teeth and Gums. They are Illustrations that we can see on this page. There are many problems related to teeth. These can occur throughout life, depending on the characteristics of each person. The type of diet, whether or not you smoke, genetic conditions, and how you develop your oral hygiene.

In these illustrations we can see dental caries. This is a bacterial infection that attacks and destroys tooth enamel. If not treated early, it will continue to penetrate the tooth, affecting other parts and tissues such as dentin, dental pulp, and nerve. In its final phase it can cause painful inflammation and totally destroy the tooth.
Gingivitis is another of the illustrations that we will see on this page. It is an inflammation of the gums that causes redness, sensitivity and even bleeding of the gums. Gingivitis is one of the most frequent oral diseases, with a high incidence in the adult population. It is a reversible disease, but it can lead to periodontitis if it is not treated correctly. In the most advanced stage of this disease, suppuration and dental mobility may appear and even the loss of teeth.

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Dental and Ocular Alteration.
These Illustrations are related to vision loss. It is without a doubt, one of the symptoms that worries the most. Loss of central vision often indicates a problem with the retina. The most common disease with this symptom is age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Illustrations that we can see on this page. This alteration usually appears around the age of 60 and manifests itself with the appearance of a spot in the center of the visual field. Wet macular degeneration can be treated with laser surgery, photodynamic therapy, and injections into the eye. None of these treatments cure this disease and vision loss can progress even when treatment is received.

Something similar happens with people around 40-45 years old, who show blurred near vision, which is usually indicative of eyestrain (presbyopia). Blurred vision at different distances can also indicate the presence of diseases of the anterior area of ​​the eye. Blurred vision can be accompanied by other symptoms, such as sensitivity to light (photophobia) and yellowish vision. In most cases, people come to the office for a loss of vision when performing daily activities that require some precision.