Is it possible to restore a tooth if a piece breaks away from it?
A common situation - an unsuccessfully caught nut or other hard object in food leads to tooth damage right up to a chip. The same thing happens with the bones…

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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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Periodontitis treatment with medical leeches
Periodontitis is a fairly widespread disease in which periodontal tissues become inflamed. It carries a very unpleasant sensation and reduces the quality of life: bleeding and swelling of the gums,…

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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 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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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 under the crown, bleeding gums, halitosis, suppuration, swelling of soft tissues , taste disturbances, etc. Complaints about the parafunction of the masticatory muscles (is there a habit of biting your lips or clenching your teeth while watching a movie, reading books or work, is there a habit of gnashing your teeth, complaints from the masticatory muscles (pain, fatigue)).

Anamnesis of the disease: when one or another complaint appeared, what it relates to (caries, periodontitis, periodontal disease, trauma, surgery, etc.), was treatment or prosthetics performed before (how long?).

General condition: the presence or absence of bad habits (smoking, drinking alcohol), concomitant diseases (chronic diseases; hepatitis, tuberculosis, syphilis, HIV), allergic history, whether anesthesia was previously performed during treatment, tooth extraction, its effectiveness. 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…

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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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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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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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