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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Pearl whiteness
A sincere and beautiful smile can transform a person’s face: make it more attractive and happy. Unfortunately, not all of us have the opportunity to smile openly, looking at the…

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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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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

Kappa Inviseline

The arsenal of modern dentistry has many methods that can effectively correct a dentition and allow anyone to be proud of a beautiful smile. However, if earlier it was possible only with the help of braces, today there is an Invisalign system, in which removable transparent mouth guards are used to align the dentition. We will talk about what Inviziline mouthguards are, as well as about the features of the Invisalign technique.

The very name of Invisalign, i.e. “invisible”, and defines the essence of technology. Perhaps this is one of the most modern developments of dentists and orthodontists, which hails from California. Continue reading

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 their behavior, nutrition and evolution. An international research team analyzed DNA samples obtained from tartar from 42,000 to 50,000 years old; the source of the material was the skulls of four Neanderthals, whose remains were discovered in caves in Belgium and Spain. The results show that Neanderthals had complex behaviors, were familiar with herbal medicines, and had different food preferences. Continue reading

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The specifics of direct art restoration of teeth
Aesthetic dentistry solves many problems in achieving a delightful smile. One of the techniques related to art restoration of teeth is artistic restoration. In general, the restoration of the tooth…

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Dental implantation is an excellent replacement for traditional prosthetics, such as bridge or removable. One of the conditions for a good result is a high level of skill and a…

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Research on caries bacteria strains
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The relationship between periodontal disease and vitamin D
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