A clinical case of jaw radionecrosis and periimplantitis after radiation therapy
Osteoradinecrosis (ORN) of the lower jaw is a serious complication that can occur in patients after a course of radiotherapy during the complex treatment of neoplasms of the head and…

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All About Toothbrushes
In the modern world, there is a very large assortment of oral care products. Many people get lost when choosing a toothbrush. And manufacturers use this, creating beautiful ads and…

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Dental diseases provoking a headache
Typically, migraines provoke a predisposition, or pressure surges, stuffy air, lack of water or visual fatigue. However, there is another important cause of headache related directly to the health of…

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sensitivity

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 in the fish or when cracking pieces of ice. Fortunately, the situation is not critical, and almost any damage can be repaired. In this article we will analyze the types of damage and possible options for tissue repair (restoration). Continue reading

What can be associated with increased tooth sensitivity?

Unpleasant symptoms are familiar to almost everyone and are unmistakably recognized. Teeth begin to respond to previously familiar hot coffee, ice cream, tea, cocktails. In advanced cases, even brushing your teeth, cold air in the street cause pain and discomfort. All these are signs of sensitive enamel, which requires emergency treatment. We will analyze the main causes that provoke this condition. Please note that if any of them are found, you need to visit the dentist. Continue reading

Ankylosis. Part II: Treatment of adults with tooth ankylosis
It is known that the root of an ankylosed tooth usually undergoes resorption and subsequent replacement with bone tissue. In addition, if ankylosis occurs before the growth and development of…

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Author's view on the problem of broken tools
This article presents the author's view of Dr. M. Solomonov on the problem of broken instruments from a biological point of view. The author created a clinical decision making scheme…

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Ankylosis. Part IV: Using Deconorization
As a rule, when choosing a method for treating permanent ankylosed teeth in children, it is recommended that they be removed before the final growth of the jaws. Then, subsequent…

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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…

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