Dr E Madondo BDS

Dr E Madondo BDS

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Dentist at Chisipite Medical and Dental center. Commited to high quality dental care.

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09/06/2021

THINGS YOU CAN DO IF YOUR GUMS ARE BLEEDING

Although the smallest amount of blood might not seem like a big deal, if your gums are bleeding consistently, you shouldn't ignore it. Here are eight ways you can make changes if you notice your gums bleeding.

We've all been there. You're brushing your teeth and notice a bit of pink when you spit out the toothpaste. Or maybe you see some bleeding when you floss. Although the smallest amount of blood might not seem like a big deal, if your gums are bleeding consistently, you shouldn't ignore it. Here's what you can do if you notice your gums bleeding.

1. STEP UP YOUR ORAL CARE GAME
The most significant cause of bleeding gums is plaque buildup along the gumline. When you don't remove plaque, it hardens into tartar, a calcified material that plaque adheres to and continues to irritate the gums. This irritation can cause the gums to bleed and can progress into more advanced forms of gum disease.
The best way to reduce plaque buildup and your risk for bleeding gums is to amp up your oral care routine. Brush twice a day using a fluoride toothpaste and floss daily.

2. TAKE A LOOK AT YOUR TOOLS
Your oral hygiene tools could be what's causing your gums to bleed. Although it might seem like a toothbrush with medium or firm bristles cleans your teeth better, harder bristles usually cause irritation — which can cause your gums to bleed. Its recommended that you use a toothbrush with soft bristles, which cleans your teeth and gums thoroughly without irritation. Flossing sporadically, instead of every day, can also cause bleeding gums. Remember to floss daily and avoid pressing the floss against your gums too hard.

3. MAINTAIN A HEALTHY DIET
What you eat plays a part in keeping your gums healthy. Foods that contain lots of sugar or simple carbohydrates increase your risk for tooth and gum problems, as sugar creates an ideal environment for plaque. A diet full of whole foods, such as vegetables and fruits, gives your gums the nutrients they need. You don't have to ban sweets from your life — but eat them in moderation and brush afterward, so the sugar doesn't have time to stick around.

4. CONSIDER YOUR MEDICINE
Certain medicines also increase the likelihood that your gums will bleed. Some over-the-counter pain relievers thin the blood and can increase bleeding. It's also possible for certain prescription medications to cause gum bleeding. If that is the case, your doctor might prescribe a different dose or a different drug altogether. Always talk to your doctor about medication side effects.

5. TRY TO RELAX
High levels of stress can also affect your oral health. When you're stressed, you might be more likely to skip brushing or flossing or choose to eat fast food instead of a balanced meal. Stress also increases inflammation in your body, which makes your gums more likely to bleed. Too much stress reduces your immune system's functionality, making it more difficult for your body to fight infection.

6. QUIT SMOKING
Smoking plays a significant role in the development of gum disease, along with increasing your risk for certain cancers and heart disease. The toxins in to***co smoke keep your gums from getting the nutrition that they need and can lead to inflammation. Quitting can be tough, but it's one of the most important things to do if you want to protect your oral and overall health.

7. STOP SHARING
Gum disease and bleeding gums can be contagious. Bacteria related to gingivitis can pass between partners or parents and children. It's good to avoid sharing things like toothbrushes or dirty silverware and water glasses to be safe.

8. SEE YOUR DENTIST
If these changes don't help your gums to stop bleeding, the next step is to see your dentist. They will examine your teeth and gums and determine if you have a more severe condition, such as advanced gum disease. If they believe treatment is needed, such as a deep cleaning or periodontal surgery, you'll likely visit with a periodontist who specializes in treating gum disease.

In many cases, bleeding gums are no big deal, but sometimes it can warrant professional treatment. If it's been a while since you've seen your dentist, make an appointment today. Getting the issue diagnosed and making the necessary changes will help improve the health of your mouth considerably. With the right diagnosis and personal care, bleeding gums can become a thing of the past.

Source : https://www.colgate.com/en-us/oral-health/gum-disease/five-things-you-can-do-if-your-gums-are-bleeding

28/05/2021

When was the last time you visited your dentist. Call/WhatsApp us ‭+263 7 84519815‬ and book your appointment for routine dental check up and cleaning today.
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When was the last time you visited your dentist. Call/WhatsApp us ‭+263 7 84519815‬ and book your appointment for routine dental check up and cleaning today.
#dentist #hararezimbabwe #chisipite #dental

28/05/2021

When was the last time you visited your dentist. Call/WhatsApp us ‭+263 7 84519815‬ and book your appointment for routine dental check up and cleaning today.
#dentist #hararezimbabwe #chisipite #dental

When was the last time you visited your dentist. Call/WhatsApp us ‭+263 7 84519815‬ and book your appointment for routine dental check up and cleaning today.
#dentist #hararezimbabwe #chisipite #dental

24/05/2021

Despite the “nonsense”, l love Africa. Happy #africaday

Despite the “nonsense”, l love Africa. Happy #africaday

23/04/2021

ARE YOUR TEETH SENSITIVE?

Having sensitive teeth can mean anything from getting a mild twinge to having severe discomfort that can continue for several hours. It can also be an early warning sign of more serious dental problems.

Who suffers from sensitive teeth?
Many people suffer from sensitive teeth and it can start at any time. It is more common in people aged between 20 and 40, although it can affect people in their early teens and when they are over 70. Women are more likely to be affected than men.

WHAT CAUSES SENSITIVE TEETH?
The part of the tooth we can see has a layer of enamel that protects the softer dentine underneath. If the dentine is exposed, a tooth can become sensitive. This usually happens where the tooth and the gum meet and the enamel layer is much thinner. Here are some causes of sensitivity:

Brushing too hard (‘toothbrush abrasion'), and brushing from side to side, can cause enamel to be worn away - particularly where the teeth meet the gums. The freshly exposed dentine may then become sensitive.

-Dental erosion: this is loss of tooth enamel caused by attacks of acid from acidic food and drinks. If enamel is worn away, the dentine underneath is exposed which may lead to sensitivity.Gums may naturally recede (shrink back), and the roots of the teeth will become exposed and can be more sensitive. Root surfaces do not have an enamel layer to protect them.

-Gums may naturally recede (shrink back ), and the roots of the teeth will become exposed and can be more sensitive. Root surfaces do not have an enamel layer to protect them.

-Gum disease: a build-up of plaque or tartar can cause the gum to recede down the tooth and even destroy the bony support of the tooth. Pockets can form in the gums around the tooth, making the area difficult to keep clean and the problem

-Tooth grinding: this is a habit which involves clenching and grinding the teeth together. This can cause the enamel of the teeth to be worn away, making the teeth sensitive.

-A cracked tooth or filling: a cracked tooth is one that has become broken.

-Tooth bleaching: some patients have sensitivity for a short time during bleaching or afterwards. Talk to your dental team about this before having treatment.

IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN DO TO TREAT SENSITIVE TEETH AT HOME?

There are many brands of toothpaste on the market made to help ease the pain of sensitive teeth. You should use the fluoride toothpaste twice a day to brush your teeth. You can also rub it onto the sensitive areas. These toothpastes can take anything from a few days to several weeks to take effect. Your dental team should be able to advise you on which type of toothpaste would be best for you.

If you have tried treating your sensitive teeth for a few weeks and have had no improvement, please visit your local dentist.

HOW TO PREVENT SESNISTIVE TEETH

1.Brush your teeth last thing at night and at least one other time during the day, with fluoride toothpaste containing at least 1350ppm (parts per million) of fluoride.

2.Consider using toothpaste specially designed for sensitive teeth. Use small, circular movements with a soft-to medium-bristled brush. Try to avoid brushing your teeth from side to side.

3.Change your toothbrush every two to three months, or sooner if it becomes worn.

4.Don't brush straight after eating - some foods and drinks can soften the enamel of your teeth, so leave it for at least an hour before you brush.

5.Have sugary foods, and fizzy and acidic drinks, less often. Try to have them just at mealtimes.

6.If you grind your teeth, talk to your dental team about whether you should have a mouthguard made, to wear at night.

7.If you are thinking about having your teeth bleached, discuss sensitivity with your dental team before starting treatment.

8.Visit your dental team regularly, as often as they recommend.
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11/04/2021

We have the latest digital X-ray technology that is safer faster and helps you see what happening to your teeth more clearly. For appointments call/WhatsApp +263 7 84519815. #zimbabwe #hararezimbabwe🇿🇼

We have the latest digital X-ray technology that is safer faster and helps you see what happening to your teeth more clearly. For appointments call/WhatsApp +263 7 84519815. #zimbabwe #hararezimbabwe🇿🇼

05/04/2021

A friendly reminder that Chisipite Dental surgery still accepts most medical aids. You can call or WhatsApp on +263 7 84519815 to find out more.
For enquiries and Appointments you can also visit our website drmadondo.com

A friendly reminder that Chisipite Dental surgery still accepts most medical aids. You can call or WhatsApp on +263 7 84519815 to find out more.
For enquiries and Appointments you can also visit our website drmadondo.com

Dr Madondo's Harare Dental Surgery - Dr E Madondo (BDS) 05/04/2021

Dr Madondo's Harare Dental Surgery - Dr E Madondo (BDS)

A friendly reminder that Chisipite Dental surgery still accepts most medical aids. You can call or WhatsApp on +263 7 84519815 to find out more.
For enquiries and Appointments you can also visit our website drmadondo.com

Dr Madondo's Harare Dental Surgery - Dr E Madondo (BDS) Dr. Emmanuel Madondo is a graduate of the local Zimbabwe dental school with more than 10 years experience in both the public and private sectors both locally and in the region.

01/04/2021

We are closed for the Easter holidays. make sure you mind your own business other wise we will not be there to fix your teeth after a beat down.. kkkkk. Happy holidays. #harare #dentist #toothache #zimbabwe🇿🇼

We are closed for the Easter holidays. make sure you mind your own business other wise we will not be there to fix your teeth after a beat down.. kkkkk. Happy holidays. #harare #dentist #toothache #zimbabwe🇿🇼

18/03/2021
16/03/2021

Dental outreach for World Oral Health Day!

14/03/2021
Dr E Madondo BDS updated their address. 08/03/2021

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their address.

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their address.

08/03/2021

To celebrate Oral Health Month Chisipite Dental Surgery will be conducting FREE oral health consultations and screening daily from 10am to 3pm during weekdays from the 8th to the 31st of March 2021. Feel free to call/WhatsApp/txt 0784519815 for enquiries or appointments

Tell a friend. #dentist #harare #zimbabwe🇿🇼

To celebrate Oral Health Month Chisipite Dental Surgery will be conducting FREE oral health consultations and screening daily from 10am to 3pm during weekdays from the 8th to the 31st of March 2021. Feel free to call/WhatsApp/txt 0784519815 for enquiries or appointments

Tell a friend. #dentist #harare #zimbabwe🇿🇼

Photos from Dr E Madondo BDS's post 08/03/2021

To celebrate Oral Health Month Chisipite Dental Surgery will be conducting FREE oral health consultations and screening daily from 10am to 3pm during weekdays from the 8th to the 31st of March 2021. Feel free to call/WhatsApp/txt 0784519815 for enquiries or appointments

Tell a friend. #dentist #worldoralhealthday #harare #zimbabwe🇿🇼

07/03/2021

To celebrate Oral Health Month Chisipite Dental Surgery will be conducting FREE oral health consultations and screening daily from 10am to 3pm during weekdays from the 8th to the 31st of March 2021. Feel free to call/WhatsApp/txt 0784519815 for enquiries or appointments. #worldoralhealthday #dentist #harare #hararezimbabwe #harareevents #zimbabwe🇿🇼 #zimbabweanlivesmatter🇿🇼

To celebrate Oral Health Month Chisipite Dental Surgery will be conducting FREE oral health consultations and screening daily from 10am to 3pm during weekdays from the 8th to the 31st of March 2021. Feel free to call/WhatsApp/txt 0784519815 for enquiries or appointments. #worldoralhealthday #dentist #harare #hararezimbabwe #harareevents #zimbabwe🇿🇼 #zimbabweanlivesmatter🇿🇼

23/02/2021

Something to think about

WHAT IF MY FRONT TOOTH IS CHIPPED OR BROKEN?

You might be eating something and suddenly feel a hard piece of material between your bite. You panic at the thought that it may be a piece of your tooth. Or you are enyoying a nice bike ride and you fall breaking your front teeth. This can be fixed, your dentist is a call away

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE THAT YOU CAN EXPECT YOUR DENTIST TO EMPLOY

1.Dental Bonding

For cases where the tooth has minimal chipping, the procedure to help restore it would be dental bonding. This is basically the same procedure as a filling that you might have had on your molars. Your dentist can match the dental bonding to the shade of your other teeth and make it look very natural. A bonding cosmetically enhances your smile and restores the chip, but you must keep in mind that it is fragile. This means you shouldn’t be biting onto hard or crunchy foods directly with the area that has been restored.

2.Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are for cases where the chipping is slightly larger, or when you and your dentist decide you want a more cohesive and permanent restoration rather than a quick one.Dental veneers are more invasive than bondings, and require some drilling of your natural tooth. Due to this, it is a procedure you must be ready for. The outcome can give you a more beautiful result. Everything is done precisely with molds of your teeth and sent to a laboratory. Your veneers are made with porcelain, again matching the exact shade of your teeth, and are sent back to your dentist for he or she to apply them. They are basically thin shells made of porcelain that cap the front portion of your teeth and can completely restore your chipped tooth.

3. Dental Crowns

For cases where the tooth is actually broken, crowns would be your best bet. As far as the procedure goes, they are very similar to dental veneers. The main difference is that the crown covers your entire tooth rather than just the front surface.

This way, your tooth is given more support since the break is a larger portion. For some specific cases where the break leaves the nerves of your tooth exposed, a root canal may have to be completed prior to putting the crown on.

Whatever the case may be – bondings, veneers, or crowns – your dentist will have a consultation with you first. Then, both you and your dentist can decide which options is better suited for your case.

After all, your dentist just wants to make sure that you are able to smile again!

19/02/2021
19/02/2021

Some Friday humor

Some Friday humor

14/02/2021

Love yourself, love your teeth, love the one you are with.... Happy Sant Valentine’s Day. #valentines #hararezimbabwe #hararezimbabwe🇿🇼 #chisipite #africanlove #teeth #dentistryworld

Love yourself, love your teeth, love the one you are with.... Happy Sant Valentine’s Day. #valentines #hararezimbabwe #hararezimbabwe🇿🇼 #chisipite #africanlove #teeth #dentistryworld

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their phone number. 13/02/2021

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their phone number.

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their phone number.

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their website address. 13/02/2021

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their website address.

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their website address.

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their phone number. 13/02/2021

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their phone number.

Dr E Madondo BDS updated their phone number.

09/02/2021

Don’t suffer in silence we are open.
Call/WhatsApp for an appointment +263 7 84519815. #harare #zimbabwe #toothache

Don’t suffer in silence we are open.
Call/WhatsApp for an appointment +263 7 84519815. #harare #zimbabwe #toothache

08/02/2021

REMOVABLE DENTURES (OPTION 3)
Your dentist may suggest complete dentures if you need to replace all of your teeth. But if you only need to replace some of your teeth, you might be a candidate for a removable partial denture.

This dental appliance consists of replacement teeth attached to a natural-looking pink base.

Your natural teeth stabilize and hold the removable plastic base in place, although some dentures have a clasp that adjoins to natural teeth.

The base is designed to match the color of your gums, and the teeth the color of your natural teeth. These dentures might be an option if you need to replace multiple teeth in one part of your mouth.

Removable partial dentures may be covered by some insurances and cost varies.

ADVANTAGES OF DENTURES
Removable partial dentures look and feel natural in the mouth, and they’re also less expensive and easier to repair and replace than other tooth replacement options.

DISADVANTAGES OF DENTURES
Some people might find partial dentures uncomfortable, at least until they adjust to wearing them.

Dentures must be removed and cleaned daily, and you’ll also remove them before bed. This constant handling can make them more susceptible to damage.

WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF MISSING TEETH?
In some cases, there may be little-to-no impact. Depending on the location of a missing tooth, you may not really notice a gap in your mouth. This might be the case if you’re missing a tooth in the back or side of your mouth.

But your teeth are designed to work together, so missing one or more teeth can sometimes impact speech, eating, and over time cause other problems.

If it becomes harder or uncomfortable to chew your food, it may lead to only eating on one side of your mouth or having to eat at a much slower pace. This can affect your jaw and facial muscles.

Missing teeth can change the shape of your face, as it can cause your mouth to shift.

Also, your bite might change to make up or compensate for lost teeth, and the remaining teeth may shift and move given the extra room. This can cause other issues such as tooth sensitivity, tooth grinding, and difficulty chewing.

THE TAKE AWAY
Whether you’re missing teeth because of tooth decay, gum disease, or an injury, talk to a dentist about options for replacing a missing tooth.

The cost will vary depending on the replacement option, the number of teeth you need to replace, and even your location.

Some health insurances may cover the replacement cost, or at least some of it. If not, some dental offices offer payment or financing plans.

Chisipite Dental Center

Dr Madondo is a “people person” to start with, and this affable nature of his makes you “feel at home” in the dental chair. A product of the local university and years of working outside the country under the guidance of some of the top Dentists in SADC. Dr E as he is fondly called has a passion for dentistry with a special interest interest in Cosmetic Dentistry, from tooth whitening to veneers and invisible braces.

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