Center for High Complexity for the Study and Treatment of Gum Diseases on Teeth and Implants.

Dr. Miriam Bermolen has more than 20 years of academic experience in Argentina and worldwide.

In her clinic, she uses microscopes and magnifying glasses, which allows her, by magnifying images, to practice a more conservative dentistry, in order to invade the tooth structure as little as possible, guaranteeing a better preservation of the tooth, the bones and the tissues for an effective implant colocation.

Fewer bolts, fewer crowns, fewer implants, and more health for teeth and gums.
Laser therapy
Allows to perform gum surgery, treat neuralgias, avoid duct treatments, decrease dental sensitivity, treat aftas and lip herpes.
Treatments with Microscopes
Thanks to microscopes we are able to conserve and preserve more tooth, bones, gums and to put less implants.
Gums and bone regeneration
We perform treatments to replace the missing gum in tooth retractions and to also replace the bones around tooth and implants.
We fulfill standards to receive patients with phobia to dental treatments with wide spaces, that have good illumination, acoustic and are silent enough to make the patient feel comfortable. All of this aspects are join by a great and professional treat.
Platelet Rich Plasma or Fibrin
Promotes bone and gum healing in regenerative surgery.
Neuralgia treatments
Neuralgias and pains that appear in certain areas could remove the teeth. Neuralgias are pains, which appear in certain areas and that could require to take away the tooth to fix the problem. They are treated with Diodo laser with success.
Paresthesia treatments
Paresthesia or parcial disminution or total sensibility in the lips is treated with Diodo laser with an almost 100% of success.
Aesthetic front
We make minimal sheets that return color, brightness and texture.
Just using a gel and/or light laser makes it easily to clarify tooth without any other dental treatment.
Tobacco has multiple harmful effects on your mouth. Tell NO to tobacco.
Periodontal diseases can increase diabetes and make your heart sick. Take care of your body. Take care of your gums.
Implants should be placed in healthy mouths to prevent Perimplantitis.
How to brush your teeth properly
Tips for healthy gums
How to avoid tooth decay
Tips on oral rehabilitation
How to achieve a successful implant
What is dental laser used for?
How can I tell if I have periodontal disease?
How to brush your teeth properly
How to brush your teeth properly
- Brush your teeth NOT your gums

- The function of the toothbrush is to disrupt the bacteria that build up daily on our teeth.

- Move the brush to a group of three teeth at a time, no more.

- Move the brush horizontally from the back of your mouth to the front, no VERTICALLY.

- Spend 10 seconds on every three teeth.
Tips for healthy gums
Tips for healthy gums
- Gums do not bleed.

- They can bleed because of excessive tooth brushing.

- Generally gums bleed due to infection, dental plaque is an "infectious disease".

- It is essential to brush your teeth, which includes all the interdental cleaning devices, once a day.

- It is essential to brush your teeth once a day, which includes interdental aids that clean between teeth.

- If gums bleed and teeth move or change their place, consult a Periodontist.

- It is impossible to regenerate lost gum tissue
How to avoid tooth decay
How to avoid tooth decay
- It is essential to brush your teeth, which includes all the interdental cleaning devices, once a day.

- Fluoride, which strengthens the teeth and weakens bacteria, is the most effective measure to prevent tooth decay.

- To reduce the incidence of cavities three things should happen: Toothbrush with floss + to control carbohydrate intakes + fluoride.

- A patient who is prone to cavities should control the diet.
Tips on oral rehabilitation
Tips on oral rehabilitation
- Not every root canal treated tooth will require a post crown.

- Post are not necessary.

- Not all teeth that swell up should be removed or replaced by implants.

- Tooth discoloration can be reversed with a simple tooth whitening treatment.

- Nowadays odontology is "minimally invasive", i.e- do less, get more.
How to achieve a successful implant
How to achieve a successful implant
- For implants to be successful they should be placed in a "healthy" mouth, without cavities or gum bleeding.

- It is vital to study the host bone through a CT scan, not through an X-ray.

- Implants provide greater support for a complete prosthesis.

- Most implant prostheses are fixed, NOT removable.

- It is possible to regenerate bone; however, it is a complex procedure.

- Implants give function and aesthetics back to the mouth.

- An implant is not the same as a tooth- The tissue that surrounds the tooth- called "periodontium" - is missing.

- The periodontium provides sensation and flexibility to the teeth; the implant does not have either of the two.
What is dental laser used for?
What is dental laser used for?
- It has an antibacterial effect; therefore, antibiotics can be avoided.

- It is energy that acts as "a cell biostimulant"; the result is wound healing.

- Dental laser improves neuralgia.

- It improves paresthesia or loss of sensation after surgery.

- It acts as an anti-inflammatory.

- It is a disinfectant and makes a decayed tooth repair itself.

- It helps the healing process of the gums.

- Reduces dentin hypersensitivity.

- It is not magic; it is biology- It is "the future already present".
How can I tell if I have periodontal disease?
How can I tell if I have periodontal disease?
- Bleeding, red, swollen gums.

- Gums separate from the teeth.

- Teeth that feel loose.

- Bad breath.
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