Through life with a smile!
The first impression is the most important. Like the theater, which, according to Stanislavsky, should start with a hanger, our opinion about an unfamiliar interlocutor often consists of the first…

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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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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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deformed over time

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

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.

“If a person puts his whole soul into his work, then he has nothing left to communicate with people.” Unknown author Continue reading

Dentists are against themselves, or Development without evolution.

We continue to talk about why stomatology clinics have experienced stagnation, while new technologies are constantly appearing and clinics are expanding. In the previous, first part of the article, the unsatisfactory state of document-information support of patients from “entry” to “exit” was discussed.

In many clinics, either there is no complete set of legal and medical documents, or they are of dubious quality, and examiners reveal numerous shortcomings in them. This applies to the Contract for the provision of services, a medical card, a questionnaire on the patient’s health, informed voluntary consent to medical intervention, price lists for services, provisions on guarantees. Continue reading

The procedure for examining a patient and filling out a case history with orthopedic treatment
Complaints at the moment: violation of chewing, esthetics, tooth mobility, tooth sensitivity, pain in the TMJ, pain under the base of a removable denture, poor fixation, pain in the tooth…

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Complications after tooth extraction: how and why?
With problems with teeth sooner or later face 90% of the world's population. With qualified help, even a running tooth can be tried to be cured with the subsequent restoration…

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Dental diseases that trigger a headache
Usually migraines provoke a predisposition, or pressure surges, stuffy air, lack of water or visual fatigue. However, there is another important cause of headache related directly to the health of…

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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…

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