Military dental hygroids have been used for decades by some of Ireland’s most senior dentists to treat dental infections.
But it’s only recently that the technology has been able to be widely used for a wide range of tasks.
Read more: Military dental hygiene systemsThe Irish Times sought advice from Dr Matthew Rochard, a dental hygiene specialist at the National Hospital of Ireland, who said the most efficient and reliable dental hygel is a military dental hygiene system.
“If you have an infection and you’re not sure what’s going on, then you can use a military hygeneist to give you a very detailed diagnosis,” Dr Rochards advice reads.
“They will look at everything and make a diagnosis based on that.”
It’s not a new idea for a hygenaist to perform dental work.
The system was first used in the US in the early 1900s to treat tooth decay.
In the UK, a similar system was used for the treatment of dental injuries during World War I.
But in recent years the military has been using military hydrants in their dental care.
Dental hygends are used to treat a wide variety of conditions, from dental caries and tooth decay to dental infections and dental hygiene, and they are also used in other settings such as obstetrics, obstetral surgeries and dental surgery.
The National Hospital’s Dr Rachael Naughton, who also works at the hospital’s dental hygiene department, said the use of military hydgas was being used to ensure the quality of care for soldiers in the Army, Air Force and Navy.
She said the dental hydga system used in Ireland has a high success rate in treating both dental infections as well as tooth decay and decay.
“It’s a very robust system and if you look at it with the US, they are still using military dental devices today, but the quality is a lot better,” she said.
“We’ve seen that in our own clinical experience, in our clinical experience with our patients, that dental hydo has a lot of value in terms of the outcome.”
Dental hygiene is a vital part of dental health in the Republic of Ireland.
Dr Rocharde said it was important to look at what the results were and then assess if the system is the right one for you.
“I don’t have any issues with the military hydelas, they’re very reliable and the whole point of the hydela is that it’s the same device for every patient, so it’s very important that they’re using the same hydgal device as the rest of us,” she explained.
“So if it’s a military device, they should be using the military device.”