The area of dentistry, called Dental Diseases and Endodontics, aims to preserve a tooth that is seriously damaged, and causes can be deep caries, trauma or cracked teeth.
The intervention involves the repair of caries, damaged teeth or the treatment of the canals of the tooth roots that are carefully cleaned, shaped and filled with antiinflammatory and antibacterial drugs in order to prevent reinfection of the canal.
Using modern devices to determine the length of the channel
and tools for machine processing of channels
it is possible to achieve enviable results that directly affect the quality and longevity of the treated teeth!
The beauty of your teeth can be improved by bleaching teeth, ceramic and composite facets (flakes), metal-ceramic crochets, non-metallic (Zircon) ceramic crochets, ceramic inlays, prosthetic restraints on implants …
CERAMIC AND COMPOSITE FACETS (FLOWERS)
Ceramic facets are thin sections of ceramic specially shaped and glued to the frontal side of the tooth to get the necessary color, appearance and shape of the teeth. In addition to the ceramic facets, there are also composites that are increasingly used with the development of dental composite materials and almost completely suppressed ceramic facets! Composite facets are made immediately in the dental office and in one visit to the dentist from composite and nano-composite materials, which, with the help of the skilled hands of your dentist, give top quality aesthetic results (see photo gallery).
CERAMIC CROWNS AND BRIDGES
The teeth to which the tooth structure is significantly weakened aesthetically and functionally are rehabilitated by dental crowns made of metal-ceramic or non-metallic ceramics.
For the aesthetic needs today, instead of metal ceramics, more and more non-metallic ceramics are used, the use of which gives top results, and has many advantages, such as:
– does not cause allergies
– give the dental crown needed transparency and translucency, thus achieving a more natural appearance of prosthetic restoration.
The difference between crowns and bridges is that crowns serve to reconstruct only one tooth, and bridges serve to compensate or reconstruct multiple adjacent teeth, especially if some of them are missing.
For the installation of bridges, it is necessary to have some healthy teeth on which the bridge will rely, and if it is impossible or we do not want to brush healthy teeth then there is the possibility of implanting that will replace the supporting teeth.
This is a very comfortable solution for the patient because the patient is given the opportunity to compensate for all the missing teeth with a fixed bridge or individual crochet that can not be achieved by any other dentistry solution. The implant is a simple dictionary that says a screw that is implanted directly into the bone of the upper or lower jaw and is then placed on a crown made of ceramics.
Every lost tooth should be compensated as soon as possible, otherwise the negative consequences or changes that affect the adjacent teeth, the corresponding teeth in the opposite jaw, as well as the jaw joint itself, will occur. The second reason, and most often required by patients, is the aesthetic disadvantage that is removing such works.
Creating crowns, bridges, prostheses or prosthetics on implants depending on the indication can compensate for the lack of teeth in a functional and aesthetic sense.
There are fixed fees and mobile compensations (prostheses)
Crowns and bridges belong to fixed remuneration and regardless of the choice of materials (metal ceramics or non-metallic ceramics) are the most desirable solution both in terms of function and aesthetics.
In addition, for patients, these are much more comfortable solutions than mobile prostheses, and fixed remuneration is always preferred.
Mobile compensation (prosthesis)
Total dentures are made in the case of complete numbness. These prostheses are much more comfortable to wear if done on mini-implants if possible.
Partial prostheses can be acrylic and skeletal (visil) and they bind to the remaining teeth using hooks or nails (buckles).
Parodontopathy is a progressive inflammatory disease of the tooth support device. It is the first cause of tooth loss after thirty years of age and it is believed that a large part of the population after thirty years of age suffers from this disease.
The disease begins without symptoms, and the causes of dental buildup (plaque and stones), then an irregular bite that complicates adequate maintenance of oral hygiene.
Treatment of this disease depends on the stage of the disease, and can be conservative and surgical.
Modern dentistry with appropriate surgical procedures and the application of local anesthesia enables oral-surgical interventions with minimal trauma of surrounding tissues and rare postoperative complications.
Oral surgery includes all interventions in the oral cavity, for example:
– surgical extraction of teeth
– surgical extraction of impaired (upland, unoccupied, partially outspread) wisp and eyebrows
– apicotomy – surgery at the root of the tooth for the purpose of treating it
– Pre-prostate preparation of soft and bone structures in the mouth in order to achieve the best possible prosthetic rehabilitation
This is a branch of dentistry that deals with the correction of inter-relationship, correction of the position of a group of teeth or individual teeth.
The goal of orthodontic therapy is to achieve the correct and aesthetically correct appearance of the bite that will enable the optimal chewing function and the redistribution of the force so that we get the same load of all teeth. Also, the proper position of the tooth facilitates oral hygiene and therefore reduces the risk of caries and periodontal diseases.
Orthodontic therapy can be mobile and fixed.
Mobile orthodontic therapy allows the patient to be removed and put on an orthodontic device. We especially emphasize the miofunctional apparatus and their application at the earliest age, as soon as the anomaly is observed. We are particularly pleased with the results achieved in getting rid of bad habits of children using products miofukcional research (www.myoreserach.com)
Fixed orthodontic therapy is carried out using teeth-like locks and can be removed only by an orthodontist doctor.
In fixed therapy we use various types of locks, depending on the patient’s case and requirement.
The course of the therapy itself depends on the severity of the anomaly, as well as the patient’s and orthodontist’s cooperation, which contributes to the shortening of therapy and ensures optimum success. After completion of therapy, the patient receives retention devices to maintain the results achieved until the new tooth position is stabilized.
Of utmost importance for gaining confidence in the youngest patients is the first visit and getting used to the dental office environment, as well as establishing the first contact with a dentist. Our goal is to free our children from the fear of the unknown, to “plant healthy habits” at the earliest time and help them understand the importance of tooth health and cock lips.
In order to achieve this, good cooperation with parents should be educated about the importance of tooth fluoride, watering fissures, repairing diseased teeth, changing dairy teeth and malocclusion.
Teeth whitening involves a safe and painless procedure that removes tooth decay, brown and yellow stains, etc.
The aim of this procedure is to achieve an individual whiteness optimality that looks natural, and the results are individual and vary from person to person depending on the structure of the dental tissue, the procedure itself, and the level of obesity.
Causes of tooth decay can be aging, damage to chemical agents, drugs, genetic inheritance, diseases, then enjoying coffee, teas, cigarettes …
There are several ways to brush your teeth:
CLINICS TEETH WHITENING
is tooth whitening in a dentist’s office under the control of a dentist, where a rapid, drastic and permanent change in the color of the tooth is obtained through a visit of about an hour. If needed, bleaching can be done in more sessions.
AT HOME TEETH WHITENING
is the whitening of your teeth at home where you receive dentures from the dentist (splints) made to the print of your teeth into which an active bleaching agent is placed. This bleaching can be carried out alone or in combination with the practice of teeth whitening. Gradually achievable excellent results are long-lasting.
What are dental implants and why are they the best replacement for a lost tooth?
A dental or dental implant is a specially designed titanium construction that is embedded in the jawbone, is matched with it and serves as a replacement for the root of the missing teeth.
When the dental implant grows from the bone, depending on the type of implant, it lasts from 6 weeks to 3 months, it is placed on the prosthetic restoration – a crochet, a bridge or a prosthesis that allows normal functions and the natural appearance of teeth.
A loss of one or more teeth leads to a disorder of chewing function and leads to aesthetic problems. The lack of teeth leads to further damage, and later to the loss of the jawbone. Since the bone is the base of the muscles of the face, so does the muscle mass decreases and the face takes on the old characteristics, and functional and aesthetic problems arise.
By installing dental implants, forces that arise during chewing are transferred to the bone and prevent its resorption. Also, the grinding of adjacent teeth is necessary, which is necessary for the construction of bridges, and in this way physiologically and functionally justifies this modern method of nodding of lost teeth.
In cases of complete jaw freezing, dental implants are the only option for obtaining fixed prosthetic replacement in patients who do not want to wear total dentures.
The best replacement for lost teeth is just dental implants because they behave completely identical to natural teeth.
Advantages of implants in relation to bridges and dentures:
- Preservation of adjacent teeth
- Comfort and self-confidence
THE MOST FREQUENT QUESTIONS OF PATIENTS:
1. Are you a candidate for the installation of dental implants?
Whether you are a candidate for this intervention depends on several factors:
- General health status
- quality and quantity of jaw bones
- the type of compensation that will be placed on the implant.
The oral surgeon will evaluate the possibility and, if there are adequate indications, to accurately plan the implantation process based on a clinical examination that includes a detailed anamnesis, intraoral examination, and Rdg diagnostics both for targeted RA images and 3D orthopan (a three-dimensional view of the cranio facial area and dental arches) evaluate the possibility and if there are adequate indications precisely plan the implantation process.
2. Will my organism accept the implant?
Implants are made of biocompatible material (titanium alloys) and there is no possibility of their rejection. Failure occurs in a number of cases most often as a result of inadequate assessment by the operator, inadequate implant installation techniques, excessive force or inappropriate oral hygiene.
3. Is the implant implant process painful?
The process of implanting itself is painless because intervention is performed in local anesthesia.
4. What is the durability of dental implants?
With regular dental controls and adequate oral hygiene, implants can last for a lifetime. An essential condition for the durability of implants is to maintain good oral hygiene.