Dental implantation: how is it and what you need to know?
High level of aesthetic appeal. An artificial tooth is neatly and evenly sized to fit the patient perfectly. Also, a qualified specialist selects a material color that is identical to…

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When is it better to place an implant: immediately after removal or after a while?
Nature ordered that an adult have 32 teeth. Teeth help to chew food, are involved in the correct pronunciation of words and, of course, give the image an aesthetic appeal.…

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Dentistry Surgery
The main areas of surgical treatment in dentistry are the following: Correction of gum pathologies, the presence of inflammatory processes in them. Tooth preserving or tooth extraction. Preparation for implantation.…

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Remineralization of tooth enamel (fluoridation)

Remineralization of tooth enamel (fluoridation) is the saturation of tooth enamel with mineral components, leading to the restoration of the structure.

The main structural elements of teeth are calcium and phosphorus. Fluorine, despite its ability to reduce the solubility of enamel, can hardly be considered a structural element of teeth, since its percentage in healthy enamel is on average 0.15%. However, fluoride is a factor affecting the formation of acid-resistant forms of apatite (the main substance of tooth enamel). That is why, remineralization of the teeth is carried out using compounds containing calcium and phosphorus. To increase the effectiveness, remterapy is combined with the use of fluoride-containing drugs. Most often, fluorides are prescribed after completion of a course of remineralizing therapy, to reduce the release of calcium from tooth enamel. Continue reading

Professional oral hygiene

Among the preventive measures aimed at improving the body, professional oral hygiene “PHR” occupies an important place. Monitoring the condition of the teeth and timely removal of plaque can prevent tooth decay, stone, as well as the development of periodontitis and bleeding gums.

What is the danger of tartar and periodontitis?
In normal condition, the teeth are covered with a thin protective film. Plaque clings to it, containing many different microbes and microorganisms that create the soil for caries and other diseases. Saliva also contains minerals that form stones when combined with plaque. This is fraught with circulatory disorders, which can lead to gum disease, tooth decay and tooth loss. Continue reading

Children's dentistry: what do parents need to know about?
Why do you need children's dentistry Dental care is important at any age. As soon as milk teeth appeared, the child must be taught to brush his teeth correctly, to…

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Teeth whitening: how long does the effect last?
Everyone dreams of a snow-white smile. Everyone dreams of a snow-white smile. For some, this is a way to attract the attention of management, and for others, the method will…

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TOP 5 most popular procedures in modern dentistry
The twenty-first century is the century of opportunities, development, industrialization. Mankind is surrounded by smartphones, computers and various other “smart” devices that greatly simplify life. Progress did not bypass the…

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HUNDREDS. NEW QUALITY STANDARD?
For many patients, the word rabberdam or cofferdam (synonyms) is new. What kind of device is this and why does a dentist use it? This is today's article. It's no…

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