– Classic dentistry focuses on oral hygiene, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases.
During cleaning, the plaque and tartar are removed from the teeth. It is a simple and painless process and ends in a visit, but the frequency of visits is not the same for all patients and is determined by the incident. According to the standard prevention and control protocol, it is to be done every six months.
Dental filling is the more conservative restoration of damaged tooth due to tooth decay. The main causes of tooth destruction are tooth decay (damaged tooth), crack and abrasion (from mechanical strain).
The choice of modern dentistry for the dental fillings and the anterior and posterior teeth is synthetic resin. Alternatively, porcelain is also used in larger lesions. Materials such as amalgam (black filling) are no longer used as materials.
All the teeth have inside a cavity containing the nerve or the nerves of the tooth (pulp). When a tooth is much damaged due to decay or crack, microbes pass inside this cavity and nerve reaction is pain. In this case, root canal treatment is the only solution for the tooth to stay in place without hurting. Otherwise, if not treated directly, abscess is formed at the root end and there is the possibility of intense swelling. At this stage, the success rates of the root canal treatment are limited, and it may even result in tooth extraction.
Tooth extraction is a painless operation. After anaesthesia there is only a push or pull sensation. Today dentistry focuses on maintaining the tooth, yet it is rarely necessary.
The dental bridge is a stationary prosthetic work that replaces one or more missing teeth.
It is based on adjacent natural teeth – supports.
The dental bridges are permanently welded at the natural teeth, unlike the removable dentures, which are removed and repositioned in the mouth by the patients themselves.
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