Dental mobility is the abnormal movement of teeth, both vertically and horizontally. Unfortunately, the occurrence of mobile teeth in adults means only one thing: periodontitis.
Also called periodontal disease, it is a condition that manifests itself by damaging the bone structure and tissues that support the teeth. Basically, periodontitis triggers bone resorption, gingival retraction, and eventually tooth loss.
Dental mobility is an obvious sign of periodontitis and it should be a strong alarm signal.
The main cause is the bacterial plaque. This is a solid accumulation of bacteria and microbes that colonize the entire oral cavity and attack the jaw bone.
Unfortunately, there is no 100% effective method for removing the oral microbes for a long enough period for the jaw bone to recover. Thus, once triggered, bone resorption continues despite the means of hygiene used by dentists, such as laser scaling.
Most dentists have an approach with visible efficiency, but only in the short term:
If mobility is increased, many dentists choose to remove the problematic teeth and replace them with dental implants.
Sadly, these methods only mean a postponement of the diagnosis of periodontitis and tooth loss. Neither immobilization nor implants stop the destructive process from the depth of the bone, which can greatly aggravate the situation.
The maxillary bone is a whole and, when it is affected by the action of the microbial toxins, its entire structure is affected including, automatically, all teeth and all dental implants.
Fortunately, the technology has evolved a lot in recent years, and one of the best evidences is the Electronic Stem Generator. This medical device acts in the depth of the bone, managing to stop osteoclasts (cells that resorb bone) and activate osteoblasts (cells that build bone).
Basically, with the help of the magnetic field, ESG succeeds to have a deep cell reinforcement effect, strengthening the bone foundation.
The effects of using ESG are very convincing for anyone concerned with oral health. These can be seen both in people who resort to ESG for prevention, and in people who already suffer from dental mobility or periodontitis.
For those who want to prevent, the beneficial effects are the following:
For those who want to treat, the beneficial effects are as follows:
In practice, it has been observed that ESG can save even teeth that have maintained a bone implantation of only 6 mm.
Profound dental cleaning with scaling and laser sessions should take place every 6 months, but their effect is superficial: reducing the gingival bleeding and eliminating the unpleasant odors.
Even people who maintain a very good hygiene can get problems with bone structure, which makes it necessary to use ESG.
Electronic Stem Generator is recommended for both prevention and treatment of periodontitis or peri-implantitis, and has a rapid effect against tooth mobility.
There are a few important things to know about ESG: