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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Zirconia crowns
High strength is the main property of zirconium dioxide, which is used in dentistry in the manufacture of crowns and complex structures. Another valuable quality is that this material is…

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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…

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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

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

Does a person need all 32 teeth?

Nowadays, a personal dentist is not a luxury, but a necessity. Those days, when a beautiful smile was the privilege of TV presenters and actors, have sunk into oblivion. Now each of us is trying to impress others with our health and beautiful appearance. And they really work! It is no secret that the owners of a chipped smile or “golden” teeth can have problems even when applying for a job – in any case, if it is possible to choose other candidates for the vacancy, the probability of failure is greater. And this is not surprising: a person who cares about his reputation in society will be preoccupied with appearance and prosthetics of lower teeth or restore the whiteness of a smile.

Therefore, it is so important to find an experienced dentist who will pay attention to the patient’s problems. Is it easy to find such a specialist? Experience shows that people seek them and, fortunately, find them. Sociological surveys of the last five years demonstrate that patients of private dental clinics were replaced by 3-4 doctors in a short period. And what is needed in order to choose the right clinic and a reliable doctor? Here are some important criteria. Continue reading

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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Features of photopolymer materials
Changing the brightness and shade of teeth is one of the most popular and popular procedures in the population. The beauty of the teeth (and therefore the whole appearance as…

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Clasp prosthetics with clasps
With partial tooth loss, an expensive implant placement procedure can be dispensed with. Removable dentures are more affordable and qualitatively restore the integrity of the dentition. In addition to savings,…

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What is removable and non-removable prosthetics
Dental prosthetics is divided into removable and non-removable. So, prosthetics in the complete absence of teeth will most likely be removable, but if it is necessary to replace one or…

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