Oral physiotherapy

Oral physiotherapy

If you have any of these problems, our physiotherapy treatments will help you solve them:

  • You clench or grind your teeth at night
  • When you wake up in the morning your jaw muscles are tired or sore
  • You have difficulty opening your mouth or you notice noises when doing so
  • Your jaw hurts when you eat, yawn, or talk
  • You tend to have frequent headaches or neck pain

Our physiotherapist will offer you an educational and preventive treatment so that once your problem is solved it does not reappear.

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a concentration of our own platelets in a small volume of plasma that contains high levels of growth factors obtained from our blood. These growth factors are those that favor regeneration processes, that is, they stimulate wound healing, helping the growth of bone or damaged tissue to be faster and of better quality. The growth factors start the repair of damaged tissue in a natural way, since it is the body itself that produces it, and thus they manage to accelerate the healing process of damaged tissues and recover injuries much earlier, even in the half time.

Its use in DENTISTRY favors faster and more predictable healing, reducing not only postoperative pain but also the risks of infection. In addition, it excludes the risk of rejection, since it is made with cells from the body itself. For this reason, it can be applied to all types of people, being especially suitable for those with healing problems.

Therefore PRP can be of great help in the placement of implants, dental extractions and bone regeneration.

As the PRP is extracted from the same patient there is no risk of rejection or side effects.

How is it done?

It is a minimally invasive technique that is performed on an outpatient basis. A small dose of blood is drawn from the patient similar to a common laboratory test (between 2 and 8 milliliters) with a small amount of anticoagulant. This blood is subjected to a centrifugation process that allows the separation of the fraction richest in platelets that contains the Growth Factors and proteins.

Subsequently, the part richest in growth factors is separated, discarding the rest, calcium chloride is added to release the platelet growth factors and it is placed directly in the injured area via the joint or muscle.
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Other treatments

Dentista - Odontología restauradora

Restorative dentistry

Dentista - Disfunción craneomandibular

Craniomandibular dysfunction

Dentista - Medicina oral del sueño

Oral sleep medicine