Treatment and filling of the root canals, restoration and correction of tooth shape and colour, complete restoration of the teeth with total coronary destructions.

In professional practice, we appeal to the newest methods of treatment of caries, pulpitis, periodontitis, cuneiform defects and erosions, fluorosis, enamel hypoplasia (poor development) and other diseases.

Applying advanced dental technologies, along with the attention and care of the healthcare staff, will protect you from negative emotions during the treatment.

Dental caries

Dental caries represents one of the most common diseases of the dento-maxillary system, which is manifested by the gradual and localized loss of the dental hard tissue, under the action of several factors, including: non-compliance with oral hygiene, increased consumption of high-sugar foods, smoking, stress and many other causes. Dental caries occurs when the bacteria of the oral cavity produce acids that attack the tooth.

Dental caries can be prevented by brushing the teeth and using dental floss regularly (2 times a day), regular dental checkups (minimum 3-4 times a year), professional brushing and avoiding high-sugar foods.

Dental filling (dental obturation) is intended to replace the missing dental tissue. To achieve this, different types of material (which are closest to the properties of the natural tooth) are used.

Treatment of pulpitis and periodontitis

If the patient does not consult the dentist in time and the caries gets deeper into the tooth tissues, forming complications, in its development it forms Pulpitis and Periodontitis.

Pulpitis is the inflammation of the soft tissue inside the tooth. Pulpitis is characterized by pain that intensifies when using cool, hot, sweet and hard food. If you experience the symptoms of pulpitis, you should contact your doctor. Late addressing can lead to serious complications.

Treatment of dental pulpitis involves the administration of analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs to relieve pain, but it also requires a dental consultation. The dentist will prescribe an antibiotic, will make a drainage to eliminate the purulent discharge, and will cleanse the dental canals with antiseptic substances.

After disinfecting the affected area, the dentist will try to preserve the tooth by protecting the pulp. If this is not possible, the specialist extracts the pulp, disinfects the dental cavity, and fills the tooth cavity.

Periodontitis is the most dangerous complication in the process of developing caries. In this case the inflammatory process extends not only to the deep tissues of the tooth, but also to the bone tissue around the tip of the tooth root. When inflammation is limited to the gums, the condition is called gingivitis, and if this stage has been exceeded and the inflammation includes the bone, we are talking about periodontitis (formerly the term parodontosis). Literally, periodontitis means “around the tooth.” In conclusion, the disease affects both the gum and the bone: it resorbs (melts), and the gum follows the bone retreating or it may remain in its position, even if the bone is resorbed.

We strive to choose the optimal treatment for each patient.

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