Neanderthals used natural painkillers
ADELAIDA, Australia / LIVERPOOL, UK: ancient DNA contained in the mineralized deposits on the teeth of Neanderthals - the extinct hominids closest to modern humans - provided new data on…

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Research on caries bacteria strains
What do you think, when a doctor tells a patient about pathogenic bacteria in the oral cavity, does this contribute to hygiene? Scientists believe that the results of a recent…

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Dental prosthetics
Silver Alloy Root Inlays An intra-root prosthesis made of silver alloy can be installed in all cases when at least a small part of the stump protrudes above the gum.…

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Dental plaque removal

Dental deposits are the natural formation of soft and hard processes in the oral cavity. Such deposits appear on the surface of the tooth.

Soft. Appear not only on the teeth. They can be on fillings, prostheses. Such dental deposits can be deposited even on tartar. For the most part, plaque is formed due to improper or insufficient oral hygiene. These formations often appear after eating. If they are not well cleaned, they can be transformed into solid ones within a week.
Solid. This is essentially tartar. That is, mineralized deposits that appear as a result of untimely removal of soft deposits. Since this type of sediment is growing rapidly, then, accordingly, the gum is pushed out and bleeds. Continue reading

History of Dental Implants

Today, implantation is perhaps the most advanced method of replacing lost teeth. In any case, this will be so until every person can afford a means for self-healing of teeth, the achievements of which are currently already present in those or other variations.

But up to this point – as it is. Comparing today’s techniques with the first attempts of mankind in this area, we can definitely say that implantation made a leap forward and continues to progress to this day. Its history is no less rich than the history of toothpaste, or toothbrush (which you can also read on our website if you haven’t done it yet), although there are not so many documented cases of its most striking manifestations. Nevertheless, the material for you was collected interesting and you can familiarize yourself with it by clicking on this link: … Continue reading

Refusal of amalgam fillings

Amalgam fillings are an ambiguous thing with regard to health effects. Previously, due to the lack of alternatives, countries that completely prohibited or restricted their use up to 90% seemed unreasonable, to some extent. Moreover, in some of these countries, medicine has not shone with innovations anyway, like many other areas of life.

But now a similar decision is being made by the member states of the European Union. At the level of development of EU medicine, they are quite capable of completely abandoning this product. However, here they also approached the matter carefully and thoughtfully. Continue reading

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Periodontitis treatment with medical leeches
Periodontitis is a fairly widespread disease in which periodontal tissues become inflamed. It carries a very unpleasant sensation and reduces the quality of life: bleeding and swelling of the gums,…

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Clinic after staff training.
Heads of clinics and doctors often complain: after consultation, many patients do not stay for treatment, partially implement the recommended plans, or even refuse to follow the specialist’s suggestions, they…

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Ultrasonic toothbrushing before and after
Cleanliness, as you know, is the key to health. But to achieve perfect cleanliness of the teeth with the help of toothbrushes and threads, even the most advanced, alas, is…

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Dental and oral care after prosthetics
Are there any features of caring for the oral cavity and teeth after prosthetics were performed in the absence of teeth? The doctor teaches the care of removable prostheses of…

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