The relationship between periodontal disease and vitamin D
There is conflicting evidence on the relationship between vitamin D and periodontal disease. Studies were conducted to clarify and confirm this connection. Vitami D Vitamin D. Photo source pexels.com Methods…

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Do you "wedge" your teeth before a composite restoration in the lateral region?
Composite materials for direct restoration of the lateral tooth group are the most common in clinical practice. However, clinicians often need to make a lot of efforts in order to…

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Burnt from labor
The topic of the professional burnout syndrome of dentists is described in the works of psychologists and HR consultants, in my opinion, in sufficient volume. However, conducting a large number…

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Toothache or pain associated with dental disease

Why does a tooth hurt? Causes of Toothache
Many of us felt this or that toothache: sharp, piercing the entire jaw, ear, eyes, or aching monotonous, which intensifies, then subsides, or arises from various irritants (water, air, food). First night, then day.

Only after experiencing a toothache do you begin to wonder why you didn’t go to the dentist on time. After all, when a tooth hurts, it is impossible to do anything, either at home or at work. Continue reading

Metal-free crowns or crowns without a metal frame
Many years ago, a major breakthrough in dentistry was the possibility of applying ceramic mass to the surface of a metal cap. Ceramic masses are being improved more and more…

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Crowns on the teeth. Which are better?
A dental crown is a fixed prosthesis that is used in cases of tooth decay of more than 50 percent in order to restore the functional load and aesthetics of…

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Which tooth crowns are better - ceramic-metal or metal-free?
Ceramic-metal tooth crown A ceramic-metal dental crown is a denture made by a dental technician in a dental laboratory according to preliminary casts of a dentist. In simple words -…

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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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