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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Dental implantation - full return of teeth
Dental implantation is an excellent substitute for traditional prosthetics, such as bridge or removable. One of the conditions for a good result is a high level of skill and a…

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A clinical case of a "flaming" nevus in a pregnant woman
Purulent granulomas are non-tumorous excess formations of granulation tissue, which are formed as a result of a reaction to various stimuli by the type of hormonal changes, traumatic injuries, or…

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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

Seven major violations in the design of a smile

Students and practitioners are increasingly turning to digital smile design techniques to directly demonstrate potential aesthetic changes to patients and members of the treatment team (including dental technicians). The principles of smile design include research on the aesthetics of the face, labiodental dynamics, the architecture of the gums and dentition, as well as the phonetic component. In order to better explain to patients and demonstrate to their colleagues the dynamics of aesthetic changes in a smile Continue reading

Brushing teeth

Let’s first understand what plaque is.

What happens, what consequences it leads to and how to deal with it.

Plaque is an accumulation of bacteria in the form of a film on the teeth. It is soft and hard, white, and pigmented. It is acquired, and not genetically determined, that is, a non-hereditary factor affects the formation of plaque (it is not transmitted from generation to generation), it is acquired with poor-quality brushing at home. Continue reading

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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Dental treatment for pregnant women
When a woman finds out about pregnancy, she should not have the question “go or not go to the dentist?”. Of course, you need to go to the dentist, because…

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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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"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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