Dr. José Nart Molina
Dr. Jose Nart Molina is a specialist in periodontics and dental implants. He holds a degree in Dentistry from the UIC (2006). He is also a PhD in Dentistry from the UIC, certified in periodontics and implants by Tufts University (2007), accredited by the European Federation of Periodontology, President of the Spanish Society of Periodontology and Osseointegration and Vice-Dean of Research.
Currently, Dr. José Nart directs the master's degree in Periodontology at the UIC and writes regularly in prestigious dental journals (such as Journal of Periodontology, Journal of Clinical Periodontology, Clinical Oral Implant Research, Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, Clinical Oral Investigations).
Dr. José Nart Molina is a specialist in periodontics and has more than 15 years of experience working on countless cases and treatments.
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Dr. José Nart and Periodontics
Dr. José Nart is one of the greatest eminences in periodontics and implantology. His career endorses him as one of the most reputable figures in the field of dentistry. He has participated in a multitude of conferences and academic articles.
In addition, his proven track record of success at the Nart Dental Clinic as a specialist in periodontics and implantology guarantees that the Doctor is one of the most recognized figures in dentistry.
Periodontics studies those diseases of the jaw bones and gums. The most common diseases that periodontia treats are gingivitis and periodontitis.
If these diseases are not treated in time, they can lead to the loss of teeth or other more severe pathologies.
- Gengivitis: is the inflammation and redness of the gums caused by poor hygiene or bad habits
- Periodontitis: it is the infection of the gums. The treatment can be the replacement of the bone that supports the teeth.
According to various studies, more than 90% of the population over 35 years of age end up suffering from some type of periodontal disease throughout their lives.
What Causes Periodental Diseases? Among the most common causes that cause periodentitis, we highlight.
- Alcoholism and smoking
- Poor dental hygiene