I'm afraid to go to the dentist, what should I do?
Dentophobia (fear of dental treatment) affects adults and children, until the last postponing a visit to the clinic. As a rule, this only aggravates the situation and forces one to…

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I'm afraid to go to the dentist, what should I do?
Dentophobia (fear of dental treatment) affects adults and children, until the last postponing a visit to the clinic. As a rule, this only aggravates the situation and forces one to…

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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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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

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 is to restore its original anatomical shape, shade, structure and other parameters. As a result, the restored tooth becomes indistinguishable from the adjacent healthy teeth. Art restoration of teeth is usually divided into direct and indirect.

Differences in the types of art restoration

With direct artistic restoration, tooth modeling and restoration of its destroyed parts is carried out by a dentist directly in the patient’s mouth. In this case, light curing restoration material (photopolymer or glass ionomer) is used. In the case of indirect restoration, a special treatment of the patient’s teeth is carried out, a cast is taken and laboratory manufacturing of the restored restoration part is made from ceramics.

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Dental implant technology

Dental implantation is one of the few procedures that can not only visually restore the integrity of the dentition, but also restore its functionality. During the procedure, an artificial element imitating the root of the tooth is implanted into the bone tissue of the jaw, after which a crown is fixed on it, which can be made of ceramic, plastic, cermet or any other material, depending on the wishes of the client. The One-to-One Clinic invites you to use the dental implant service and regain a beautiful and confident smile.

Why do dentists recommend dental implants?
Dental implants have a huge range of benefits. The main advantages of the procedure are:

Aesthetics – depending on the selected material, implants may not differ from real teeth. Continue reading

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Zirconia crowns
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Dental plaque removal
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Ultrasonic toothbrushing
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