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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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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Purulent pulpitis
Acute pulpitis is manifested by severe pulsating pains that can give in the temporal, ophthalmic, ear region. But if earlier the only method of treating the disease was the complete…

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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

Every dentist should know and be able to!

Professional sociability is a set of skills of a doctor that allows him to exchange information with a patient in order to identify factors that determine the best treatment results, and at the same time provide a psychotherapeutic effect.

The communicative qualities of a doctor should be manifested in a measured manner: it is not required that he shine with eloquence and speak ingratiatively without ceasing. At the same time, the doctor should not be so involved in treatment that it interferes with communication with the patient.

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Tooth restoration using photopolymer materials

Tooth restoration using photopolymer materials
Recently, dentists have not used such a thing as “photopolymer filling”. This is explained by the ultimate perfection of photopolymer materials of the latest generation, with the help of which the ideal and pristine tooth shape is completely restored, restored, and “built up”. Thus, the goal of modern dentistry is not to “close up,” but to recreate the tooth.

Now it is necessary that the tooth not only be painless, but also have a natural shape, be aesthetic, and participate in the chewing process. Of course, for a quality restoration, the dentist must have the necessary skills to work with photopolymer materials. As for the cost of photopolymers, a lot of factors affect it, but these materials cannot be cheap.

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Orthosnap transparent mouth guards for aligning teeth
OrthoSnap is a new system from the United States, the fruit of many American orthodontists. In appearance, the system consists of ordinary hollow mouthguards (eliners) made of plastic material that…

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The effect of posture on the bite
The human body is a single whole, so any problem should be solved in a complex. So, the reasons for the formation of a malocclusion can be various malfunctions in…

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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,…

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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…

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