Healthy teeth - a healthy body. This urge to take care of health is always mentioned and recommended to patients by the oro-maxillo-facial surgeon, from the “Omni Dent” Dental Clinic, Dumitru Sîrbu.
The specialist consults daily patients with severe problems in the oro-maxillofacial region, problems which, as a whole, affect several organs. That is why, during his experience, for over 20 years in dentistry, Dr. Sîrbu has written dozens of scientific articles in order to educate the population about oral health care, its proper care and the connection with the general state of health of the whole body.
"I would like people to be more responsible for the health of their bodies, to adopt good oral hygiene habits and to have regular check-ups, because the early detection of a disease can be treated much easier and faster.
Thanks to the modern diagnostic devices, as well as the experience gained by the specialists from the “Omni Dent” Dental Clinic, any dental disease can be detected from the early stage of development. Likewise, the patient benefits from the latest methods of treatment, so that the visit to the dentist is a pleasant one with a favorable long-term prognosis.
The oro-maxillo-facial territory is the most visible part of the human body in which a very wide variety of pathologies are based. The most common are inflammatory processes, trauma, tumors, pathologies of the temporomandibular joints of the salivary glands, lymph nodes, skin. These oral diseases are caused by poor oral hygiene, untreated caries, periodontal disease ", mentioned the oro-maxillo-facial surgeon, the chief doctor at the" Omni Dent "Dental Clinic, Dumitru Sîrbu.
According to the World Health Organization, 90% of the world's population suffers from oral conditions during their lifetime, but many of these could be avoided if people go to the doctor more often.
In 2019, 1.56 million visits to dentists and dentists, including children, were registered in the Republic of Moldova. According to the World Health Organization, 8 out of 10 Moldovans suffer from tooth decay. If left untreated, they can damage your entire body. You can see more details on this topic in a detailed article here https://omnident.md/ro/articles/79/ .
Every year on March 20, World Oral Health Day is celebrated, an additional reason to remind about the importance of maintaining oral health.
Author: Dorina ARSENE