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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If the tooth hurts
Acute toothache cannot be ignored or endured. And the lack of competent treatment entails the development of serious complications. Pain is a warning signal of the body for the presence…

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Laser tooth implantation technique
For some reason, it is not customary for people to take care of their teeth in full - in the morning we clean somehow, awake, just because we need to.…

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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

How does “star sickness” develop and manifest?

The chain of symptoms can be easily traced: the specialist mastered a number of modern treatment methods; passed training courses with famous masters; he has a good record of primary patients; there are no complaints about the quality of treatment, or they are rare, or remain undetected; against the background of colleagues, the doctor’s clinical results are no worse, and perhaps better, than those of colleagues; earnings are good; perhaps one of the mentors once praised for skillful hands.

For a person with reduced self-criticism, such a set of self-image is enough to feel the crown in my head and reason like this: “I am a pro”, “I know my job perfectly”, “I will always find a job for myself”. Continue reading

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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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Dental implantation - full return of teeth
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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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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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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