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  • Clinica dental en Madrid Dr. Estevez | dentistas de madrid

    Webmaster Login The Dentists of the Madrid Dental Clinic Dr. Estévez With more than 20 years of experience and with a common goal: to make our patients smile. For this we have a team of professionals with solid professional training, but mainly, people with a high motivation to make our dental treatments a success and restore the smile to our patients. We cover all specialties with a trained staff to offer you the best result. We invite you to come to our dental clinic to find a solution to your dental problem. GENERAL DENTIST AND IMPLANTOLOGIST DR. JOSÉ ESTÉVEZ GENAO​ Collegiate number: 28005114 Doctorate in Dentistry from the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UASD) Doctoral thesis "Application of cryosurgery in the treatment of mucoceles" Master in Orthodontics at the European Center of Orthodontics. Master in Implantology, dictated by Drs. Mariano Sanz and José de Rábago, (March 16, 2001 to January 19, 2002) Member of the Spanish Implant Society (SEI) Member of the Spanish Society of Periodontics and Osseointegration (SEPA) Extensive training in the field of surgery and implantology, thanks to multiple courses taken and extensive experience in cases treated and resolved satisfactorily for our patients. ORTHODONTIST ​ DR. Mª ROSA BERZAL RED ​ Collegiate number: 28006034 Degree in Dentistry from the Alfonso X El Sabio University of Madrid. Masters Degree in Orthodontics from the Alfonso X El Sabio University of Madrid. Member of the Spanish Society of Orthodontics (SEDO) Member of the Spanish Association of Orthodontics (AESOR)​ Invisalign Course 2009 Master Damon 2011 Perfect aligner specialist (transparent splints) ​In addition, he has extensive training in the field of orthodontics, with numerous courses taken. PEDIATRIC DENTIST ​ DR. ELENA CORREA RANCEL ​ Collegiate number: 28006837 Degree in Dentistry from the European University of Madrid (UEM). Member of the Spanish Pediatric Dentistry Society (SEOP) Masters Degree in Pediatric Dentistry at the Hospital de San Rafael in Madrid. Master of Orthodontics at the Alfonso X El Sabio University of Madrid Member of the Spanish Orthodontic Society (SEDO) Currently, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the European University of Madrid (UEM). ASSISTANT Aidin Victoria Sansossio AUXILIAR ILIANNE HECHAVARRIA NAVARRO

  • Clínica dental Madrid dr. Estévez | dentista | Madrid

    With more than 20 years of experience and with a common goal: to make our patients smile. For this we have a team of professionals with solid professional training, but mainly, people with a high motivation to make our dental treatments a success and restore the smile to our patients. Dental Clinic in Madrid Dr. Estévez Dental implant Veneer Dental anti snoring We finance your treatment At Dr. Estévez dental clinic we finance your treatment! Dental implants with 20% discounts. Quality dentistry at a good price. Don't let it go! The Madrid Dental Clinic of Dr. Estévez works with the main insurance companies dentales, as well as offers special prices to employees of the Municipal Transport Company (EMT), IMSERSO, among others, in order to provide our clients with the best solution . These are some of our dental insurance: Caser, Sersanet, Aegon, Fraternidad, Oral Pirma, Segur Dental Plus, Santa Lucia, HNA, AXA, Racc Seguros, Stonebridge, Almudena Seguros, Alianza Española and Seguros Bilbao.

  • Clínica dental Madrid Dr. Estévez | diente fracturado | dientes rotos

    fractured teeth The dental fracturesIt can be caused by trauma or overexertion, despite the fact that the dental structure is very strong. Tooth decay can also weaken the tooth, causing it to break. Sometimes a broken tooth can cause pain if the dental nerve is exposed to air, hot and cold food. ​ If possible, put the piece of broken tooth in a saline solution or milk and go to the dentist. CLASSIFICATION: ​ Coronary fractures. - Enamel. - Enamel and dentin. - With pulp exposure - Without pulp exposure. Crown-root fractures. - With thumb exposure. - No thumb exposure. root fractures. • From a clinical point of view, irreversible pulp injury must be ruled out. TREATMENT: Restoration with composite resins. It is the material of choice in coronary fractures in the anterior sector and in enamel fractures in the posterior sector. When there is pulp exposure, the corresponding pulp protection will be previously carried out and this tooth will be kept under clinical-radiological surveillance for at least one year. Restorations with fixed prostheses. It will be performed in crown-root fractures without pulp exposure. Root canal treatment, post and metal porcelain crown. In all those crown-root fractures with pulp exposure or with symptoms of irreversible pulp injury. Treatment of root fractures. If it is possible to preserve the tooth, it will be necessary to perform a pulpectomy and, depending on the height of the fracture and the mobility of the apical fragment, it may be possible to perform: Extraction of the coronal fragment and if the apical fragment is large and is 2 or 3 mm from the gingival margin it will be restored with a post and a crown. Extraction of the coronal fragment and if the apical fragment is deeper, slow traction can be performed until it reaches the gingival surface, in order to restore the tooth with a pin and crown. Splinting of the tooth as a preventive measure, if the crown must also be restored; this splinting can be done using a fixed prosthesis. Extraction. In all those cases in which root canal treatment is not possible, there are untreatable infections, or dental restoration is not possible, we will proceed to the extraction. placement of adental implant is the most recommended.

  • Clínica dental Madrid Dr. Estévez | ¿Cómo eliminar la placa dental?

    Recommendations for the removal of dental plaque Use of the toothbrush Choose the brush that has a small head, to be able to reach the most difficult areas of the mouth and that is made up of soft synthetic bristles. Whether it is a manual or electric toothbrush, it is necessary to change it every three months to maintain its effectiveness. Brushes with deformed bristles are not recommended. It is recommended to brush your teeth after each meal. Wash and dry the brush after use. Dental floss and interdental brushes When we only use the toothbrush, we leave 40% of the surface of our teeth unclean. To achieve optimal hygiene it is necessary to clean these spaces with dental floss or interdental brushes. Your dentist will recommend the best method for your mouth. It is recommended to perform at least one interdental hygiene a day, before or after conventional brushing. Toothpastes, gels and mouthwashes The additional use of these products can contribute to oral hygiene. The use of fluoride toothpastes and mouthwashes may be recommended to reduce the appearance of cavities. There are also antibacterial products (antiseptics), which help prevent gum disease by reducing the formation of plaque. Some toothpastes and mouthwashes contain specific products to reduce excessive tooth sensitivity, to reduce the formation of calculus "tartar" or to control bad breath. How to verify that the teeth are clean? Dental plaque is a sticky film that is difficult to see with the naked eye on the surface of the teeth. In the pharmacy you can buy disclosing tablets or solutions, which temporarily color the dental plaque and highlight the areas where there is still plaque. Brush the discolored areas on your teeth again until they are gone. It is advisable to perform a dental cleaning once a year, visit thedentist .

  • Clínica dental en Madrid Dr. Estévez | lista de precios

    Price list of dental treatments of the Madrid dental clinic Dr. Estévez We are aware that prices and quality are closely related, which is why the Madrid dental clinic Dr. Estévez, está making a great effort to offer quality dentistry at a good price, without giving up the use of the best materials.  Rate for the year 2015 TREATMENT    _cc781905-5cde-3193-bb38d5b          _cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ PRICE (€) General odontology Diagnosis and Budget free digital radiography free Emergencies (consultation) free Cleaning Four. Five Simple filling  Four. Five Reconstruction 60 Teeth whitening (includes cleaning) 300 Surgery and implant  Simple extraction 40  Surgical removal fifty  3rd molar extraction 70  Semi-included 3rd molar extraction 90  3rd molar extraction included 125  Dental implant 590  Crown on implant 390  Aesthetic adjunct (per implant) 150 periodontics Curettage (upper or lower) 90 piece curettage 25 Channel Treatment single root endodontics rotary system 110 Biradicular endodontic rotary system 130 Rotary system multi-root endodontics 165 Fixed prosthetics and dental aesthetics porcelain crown 200 zirconium crown 325 Crown sin metal E-max 300 E-max type veneer 250 Bolt  100 removable dentures Full dentures with metal reinforcement 400 Acrylic partial with less than 5 pieces 360 Partial acrylic with more than 5 pieces 400 Metallic removable prosthesis 500 Simple denture repair 40 provisional twenty Orthodontics Estudio de Ortodoncia     _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_      _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d__cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136b ad5cf58d_      _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_  free Aesthetic sapphire brackets (upper or lower)  550 Metal brackets  (upper or lower) 350 Orthodontic monthly payment 70 Retainer appliance (per appliance) 180 invisible braces Simple cases approximately 6-8 months 2,200 Complex cases approximately 12-18 months 4,500 Orthoapnea (Snoring Treatment)  1,000

  • Clínica dental en Madrid Dr. Estévez | Blanqueamiento dental | Madrid

    What is teeth whitening?​ ​ ​ ​ Teeth whitening can be a very effective way to lighten the natural color of your teeth without removing anything from the tooth surface. Before performing a dental whitening treatment it is essential that a dentist perform a prior clinical examination. Exploration that must be carried out in a dental office where possible adverse effects can be identified. Rule out the existence of a previous pathology, such as caries and periodontal diseases. Those patients with a certain history or with a previous lesion in the gingival tissue should not be treated with these products. The dentist will be able to tell you if they are suitable for treatment, and will establish the protocol to follow in the treatment. Every person is different, and just as hair and skin color vary, so do teeth. Very few people have  white teeth and  teeth can also become more yellow as we age. Teeth can also be stained by  food and drinks such as: tea, coffee, red wine and blackcurrant, etc. Smoking can also stain teeth. Tartar can also affect the color of your teeth. Some people may have staining, which can be caused by certain antibiotics or tiny cracks in the teeth where the stains occupy. There are several ways to carry out these treatments, one that is carried out in the dental office, activating the product through heat and the other, at home, with a splint. Twice a day for 30 minutes or overnight for a week, depending on the degree of staining and the desired level of whitening. It is normal to experience dental sensitivity during the time you are using the teeth whitening, it will gradually decrease after stopping the treatment. The ingredients in teeth whitening are usually hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. As the active ingredient breaks down, oxygen enters the tooth enamel and the color of the tooth becomes whiter. The effects ofteeth whitening It can last up to three years. However, this can vary from person to person. The effect is less likely to last as long if you smoke, eat, or drink products that can stain your teeth. Ask your dentist for his opinion before starting treatment.​

  • Clínica dental madrid Dr. Estévez | Carillas dentales estéticas de composite

    Composite Composite Veneers Componeer veneers_are very thin, adhere to the anterior face of the anterior teeth. These veneers are comparable to artificial nails. They are industrially manufactured with a highly-filled and very resistant nanohybrid composite, which guarantees excellent homogeneity and stability of the veneers to the dental enamel. The extremely thin thickness of the veneers, starting at 0.3 mm, allows you to perform a minimally invasive preparation that respects the dental structure. This new system  opens the way to new perspectives, solving your problem in just one session. It will give you an attractive smile with beautiful, natural teeth, thanks to the shiny surface. It is a novel, fast and highly aesthetic system. COMPONEER veneers are a quality solution to solve: • Unsightly malpositions of the anterior teeth (eg crooked teeth). • Gaps that are too large between the anterior teeth (diastema). • Anterior teeth with small imperfections caused by caries. • Strong discoloration of the teeth. • Different anatomical deformities. • Teeth with broken edges. • Old restorations visible. Your dentist checks the situation of your front teeth. Choose the right color of COMPONEER veneers and select the correct shape using the templates. That easy and fast. Never before has it been so easy to get a beautiful smile, you will be surprised!

  • Consejos para una buena higiene bucal | Clínica Dental Dr. Estévez | Madrid

    Some tips for the hygiene of your patients: 1.   TO THEDENTIST , ONCE A YEAR. And from a very early age, since caries can manifest itself from the moment the first tooth comes out. 2.     THREE TIMES A DAY. It is the frequency of brushing, after each meal. Essential before going to bed and after getting up in the morning. 3.   THE TOOTHPASTE, WITH FLUORIDE. Fluoride toothpastes help us prevent the appearance of cavities..  4.    CHANGE THE WAY YOU BRUSH. Correct brushing consists of making short, smooth and elliptical movements, without forgetting the gum line, the back teeth, the areas around the crowns of the teeth and those with fillings. 5.   _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b3b-CAMBILOc5CAMBILOc5. Experts recommend renewing the toothbrush every three months to avoid periodontal diseases. 6._CC781905-5CDE-3194-BB3B-13BAD5CF58D__CC781905-5CDE-3194-BB3B-13BAd5CF58D__CC781905-5CDE-3194-BB3B-136BAD5CF58D__C781905-5CDE-31 The best time is at night, the absence of salivation while sleeping favors the formation of plaque. 7.     RINSE. Mouthwashes are an aid when it comes to keeping your mouth healthy and avoiding infections. 8.     FOLLOW A HEALTHY DIET. It also helps to strengthen the immune system so that it can defend itself against any infection in the oral cavity. 9.   _cc781905-5cde-3194-bbd5c1CAD5CUDLES AUDLES. If you can't brush your teeth, use sugar-free gum or oral hygiene sheets. 10.   DO NOT ABUSE THE BLEACHERS. When used excessively and continuously, they can damage the enamel.

  • Clínica dental Madrid dr. Estévez | Blanqueamiento dental | Madrid

    Dental Whitening in Madrid Many factors influence the color of the teeth, intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Among the extrinsic, we can highlight eating habits (coffee, tea, soft drinks, wine, etc.) and certain medications that can affect the color of our teeth. ​ Teeth whitening is an easy and effective way to combat common causes of tooth discoloration, while boosting your self-confidence and improving your appearance. At Clínca Dental Madrid Dr. Estévez, we offer our patients two whitening systems: ​ One that must be done in our dental clinic: It consists of applying a whitening gel that is chemically activated, it offers surprising results in approximately one hour. It's safe and effective, delivering a brighter, whiter smile after just one appointment. The other bleaching is done at home. The patient is given a whitening kit and a personalized tray for the placement of the gel. Whitening gels contain potassium fluoride, which helps strengthen enamel, decrease sensitivity and prevent cavities. This treatment lasts approximately one week, although the results are seen from the first night. Our dental clinic recommends both teeth whitening together to achieve optimal results. We use an innovative, fast, comfortable to use, effective and totally harmless treatment, with which results can be seen from the first days of application. In general, there are no contraindications, unless the patient presents symptoms of excessive sensitivity in the teeth or excessive consumption of coffee, tea, red wine and tobacco, as this will reduce the effect of whitening. Before carrying out any of the treatments, it is advisable to carry out an appropriate examination by a dentist about the possible indications or contraindications of dental whitening and to evaluate if it is convenient. Something important to keep in mind is that natural teeth whiten, but crowns, veneers and fillings do not, maintaining their original color. ​ Do you want to have the perfect smile? Call us and leave it in our hands! Contact us

  • clínica dental en Madrid dr. Estévez | contacto

    For any questions, questions or to make an appointment: Do not hesitate to contact us! I accept the terms and conditions Send Your message has been sent successfully Plaza de Arteijo 1, ground floor 2 28029 Madrid- Spain In front of CC la Vaguada Pilar neighborhood subway Telephone: 917390368 clinicadental@drestevez.es WhatsApp: 695966596

  • Clínica dental en madrid dr. Estévez | Implantes dentales después de extracciones

    IMPLANTS  DENTAL IMPLANTS AFTER AN EXTRACTION Post-extraction dental implants are those that are placed in the same surgical act. First, the tooth is extracted and then the dental implant is placed. The small gap that remains after implant placement is filled with particulate bone to stimulate bone formation around the implant. They were introduced in the 70s presenting a high implant survival rate, which is why it has now become a predictable alternative to traditional treatment. The needs that have led to the introduction of this protocol are due to the demand of patients to reduce treatment time, but above all due to the need to preserve the alveolar structures that serve for the resorption process after tooth extraction. Maintaining the original state of the bone and soft tissues around the tooth to be extracted is the key to obtaining optimal aesthetic results. Bone augmentation procedures are effective in promoting bone filling and resolution of the peri-implant defect in the extraction socket. In maxillary premolars, the horizontal gap is greater than in the incisor-canine region, but the crest reduction is less. As long as there is good bone support, the initial stability of these implants is not very different from that achieved with delayed implants.

  • Clínica dental Madrid dr. Estevez | dolor de muela y sus sintomas

    Toothache and its symptoms In general, pain is a protective response that ranges from minor sensitivity to severe pain and informs the body that something is wrong. Tooth pain, which is caused by a reaction of the nerves within the pulp chamber of a tooth, with severity depending on the type and degree of the stimulus. What follows are some examples of symptoms you may be experiencing and their possible causes. Symptom: Sensitivity to hot or cold foods and liquids. Possible problem: If the discomfort lasts only a few minutes, tenderness is generally not a sign of a serious problem. It can be caused by, a small cavity in a tooth, a loose filling, or an exposed root surface, resulting from receding gums and possibly toothbrush abrasion. . What to do: If the root surface is sensitive, keep it clean and free of dental plaque. Use a soft toothbrush, cleaning very gently at the gum line. Try to use toothpaste that contains fluoride for sensitive teeth. You can even try using toothpaste as an ointment. If sensitivity persists, consult your dentist. Symptom: Sensitivity to hot or cold foods after dental treatment. Possible problem: Dental treatment can cause tooth sensitivity due to inflammation of the dental pulp tissues. What to do: This sensitivity can last a few days, however if the cavity has recently been removed or a filling or crown has been placed, a tooth may take a week or two to settle. You can take mild pain relievers such as paracetamol. If pain persists or worsens, see your dentist. Symptom: Sharp pain when biting into food. Possible problem: cavities, a loose filling and / or a broken tooth are possible causes. What to do: Consult a dentist to diagnose the problem before the pain worsens. The decay will need to be removed, and the loose filling replaced by your dentist. If the pain is caused by pulp tissue damage, your dentist can refer you to an endodontist Symptoms: Persistent pain after eating hot or cold foods and liquids. Possible problem: This probably means that the nerve is inflamed and/or dead, and may be irreversible, usually as a result of deep decay or physical trauma. What to do: See your dentist or endodontist to diagnose the problem before the pain becomes severe due to the development of an abscess. The tooth likely to need a root canal to remove dead pulp tissue to save the tooth. Symptom: Dull pain and pressure in the upper teeth and sinus area of one or both sides. Possible problem: Pain felt in the sinus area of the face is often associated with the upper back teeth, since they share the same nerves. The source of this "referred" pain can therefore be difficult to determine. Therefore, sinus pain can feel like tooth pain, and vice versa. That's why nasal congestion from a cold or the flu can cause pain in your upper teeth. In addition, it is also important to determine if clenching or grinding is a factor, since they too cause similar symptoms. What to do: See your dentist or endodontist to find out if the symptoms are related to the teeth, if not, you may need to see your doctor. ​ Symptom: Sharp, constant pain in one area, but it's hard to tell exactly which tooth is causing the problem. ​ Potential problem: Pulp tissue inside a tooth with acute infection, inflammation, and death. This is usually in response to nerve damage. What to do: See your dentist or endodontist immediately for a complete exam. Once the problematic tooth is isolated, a root canal treatment is performed to remove the infected pulp tissue. If left untreated, the pain can get worse. ​ Symptom: Constant pain and severe pressure, inflammation of the gum and sensitivity to touch. Possible problem: A tooth may have an infection/abscess that has spread from the pulp into the surrounding periodontal  tissues and bone. What to do: See your dentist or endodontist immediately. This type of treatment is likely to be required.

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