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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I'm afraid to go to the dentist, what should I do?
Dentophobia (fear of dental treatment) affects adults and children, until the last postponing a visit to the clinic. As a rule, this only aggravates the situation and forces one to…

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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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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

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 neck. The predisposing factors in this case are the radiation dose, tumor localization, a history of dental injury and a compromised dental status. 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…

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Irrigator - an indispensable device for the care of dental implants
Patients who have undergone dental implantation or have pins are probably familiar with the concept of “irrigator”. Perhaps not everyone knows what exactly he is and how to use it…

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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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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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