Characteristics of paradontitis: Paradontitis (periodontitis) is chronic inflammation and damage to the periodontium, i.e. the tissues that surround and support the teeth. The very first symptoms are swelling and reddening of the gums, bleeding, painful sensations when cleaning the teeth, and bad breath. Apart from gingivitis, toothache resulting from tooth damage, tooth decay, etc. are also problems.
Purpose of magnetic therapy application in paradontitis
Stimulation of tissues by a low-frequency pulsed magnetic field significantly improves blood oxygen supply to the affected gums to support the healing process, eliminate swelling, suppress inflammation, and reduce pain. Magnetic therapy is an effective complement to comprehensive dental care influencing paradontitis.
Description and use of magnetic therapy in paradontitis
Paradontitis (periodontitis) develops due to untreated chronic gingivitis, which shows vague symptoms at the beginning and is manifested by bleeding of the gums and sensitivity to touch. If not treated, gums gradually recede, tooth necks are expose, teeth move and come loose, and eventually are lost. The primary cause of paradontitis is dental plaque and the bacteria contained in it. Due to insufficient dental hygiene, gingivitis develops as well as paradontitis (or periodontitis). Genetic dispositions to paradontitis may accelerate its development in disposed individuals. Treatment of paradontitis is comprehensive and long-term. The cornerstone of paradontitis treatment is thorough dental hygiene and professional care by the dentist. The treatment must be started as soon as possible. Ideally, preventive measures must be observed to prevent development of the disease.
Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy complements the comprehensive treatmentof paradontitis due to its anti-inflammatory, anti-swelling and healing effects. It also decreases sclerosing and destructive changes in bone tissues.
Toothache is a very common problem that is caused by damage to the tooth (tooth decay, damage to the tooth), dental enamel defects, inflammation of the tooth nerve, involvement of the soft tissues around the teeth or dental calculus. Pain may spread from the damage site to the other areas of the head. First of all, professional dental treatment is required.
Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy can be used during the acute phase to support analgesic treatment and after the analgesic treatment to accelerate resolution of the oedema and inflammation and the entire healing process. Magnetic therapy should not be applied to bleeding sites following tooth extraction. Initially, we reduce pain using low frequencies at 4-6 Hz and during the recovery period. In the treatment of paradontitis, we stimulate healing with higher frequencies. A small elliptical applicator (especially in acute pain) or a solenoid are recommended for the treatment.
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