"5 Ways to Improve the Patient Experience with the Clinic Interior"
The first impression of the patient is formed immediately at the entrance to the dental clinic. What non-verbal information does the patient receive at the reception? Every year, experts advise…

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Top 10 intraoral scanners 2019 (CEREC Digest)
Foreword: Learning from Your Mistakes Two years ago, I wrote an article entitled “Overview of Intraoral Scanners at IDS 2017”, comparing 14 intraoral scanners at a dental show in Cologne.…

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Crowding of teeth
Among the various dental problems encountered in young and adult patients, one rather serious one should be noted - crowded teeth. This phenomenon is an anomaly of development characterized by…

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periodontitis

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: there is bleeding and swelling of the gums, loosening of the teeth, pain when biting and chewing food. Naturally, the first thing is to urgently contact a specialist in the clinic.

After examination, the doctor will select the correct treatment. It can be traditional: Continue reading

Periodontal disease or periodontitis?

We often hear from patients that they have periodontal disease. And upon examination, it turns out that this is gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) or periodontitis (which is much more complicated). Let’s try to dispel the myth and conduct a differential diagnosis between these diseases.

Gingivitis is an inflammatory disease of the marginal gingival margin. Which, like any inflammation, has five main components: Continue reading

Psychology in endodontics. Microscope in endodontic practice, personal observations
Since 1999, I have been working with an endodontic microscope, during this time my attitude to this subject has evolved from irritation due to the need to retrain, to drug…

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Cone-beam Computed Tomography as a Noninvasive Assistance Tool for Oral Cutaneous Sinus Tract Diagnosis: A Case Series
Abstract An oral cutaneous sinus tract is a relatively uncommon condition that is generally associated with long-standing periapical inflammation. The traditional process of oral cutaneous sinus tract diagnosis is an…

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Ankylosis. Part I: Etiology, a look at the problem
Tooth ankylosis can be diagnosed in several ways: Lack of mobility or a distinct, stable sound when percussing with a hand tool (as a rule, this method is reliable only…

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Reconstruction of a three-dimensional optical model of tooth tissue
Quite often, we are faced with the problem of which restoration technique to choose for defects in the cutting edge of the frontal group of teeth. Of course, the type…

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