What is a successful implantation? You can go into any scientific nuances: the lack of bone resorption, pain, etc. But in practice the criterion of the success of implantation is considered to be a functioning prosthesis. The patient, whom he installed feels comfortable and has no reason to seek medical attention. In other words, people should forget that he put in a tooth. How to do it and that it may prevent it? Meet the professor, MD Renat Rashitovich Akhmerov and dental surgeon Roman Feliksovich Zaruddya. – Renat Rashitovich you recently opened a dental clinic and aesthetic face "Lavater", so the first question for you. If an ad reads: "Implantation in one day! 100% Guarantee! "whether you can trust him? – Theoretically, yes. But the theory and practice are far from each other, like a brick on the diamond.
A 100% guarantee in medicine – is actually from the realm of science fiction. Despite the fact that implantation is practiced in Russia more than 20 years, 100% guarantee can be given or madmen or charlatans. Implantation of the teeth – it's good forecast technique, the success of which, by universal practice, is about 98%. That's a lot. But there are still 2%.
And these are people with their history of the disease. Implantation – a surgical technique, and, like any surgical procedure can have its complications. If the surgeon says he is 100% guaranteed success – begite.Implant – analogue of the tooth root. Now predominantly used one type of implant – the screw.
X-ray examinations provide valuable information that helps your dentist to assess your oral health.With the help of x-rays (the term for photographs taken with x-rays), your dentist can watch what is happening under the surface of your teeth and gums.If you have questions about the examination of dental x-ray, talk with your dentist. Since many diseases of the teeth and surrounding tissue cannot be observed with total clarity. An examination of X-rays can help reveal: Small areas of decay between teeth or below existing restorations (fillings); Infections in the bone; Periodontal (gum); Abscesses or cysts; Abnormalities in the development; Some types of tumors. Detect and treat dental problems at an early stage can save time, money and unnecessary hassles.X-rays can help your dentist find problems in your mouth that otherwise would not be. The advantage of rays X panoramic is the clear and detailed image of all the mouth in a single sweep.Therefore the fundamental disadvantage of intraoral x-ray images, is that only a few cloves are represented.New panoramic x-ray equipment offer images of a revolutionary quality, thanks to continuous technological development.They have the unique technology of auto-focus for when the patient is not correctly positioned.
The benefits are well known: x-rays help dentists diagnose relatively common disorders, such as caries, periodontal disease and infections.Without this ability to see the inside of a tooth and under the gums, the disease is not controlled in time, making the patients to experience more pain and discomfort, making that more teeth can lose, because proper treatment failed to start on time. In addition, if x-rays x-rays are not taken, work can be compromised and will lead to more costly and complicated in a later stage procedures. .For these reasons, dentists consider x-rays as one of the best diagnostic tools to help patients maintain good oral health. I have been enjoying the benefits of digital x-ray dentistry for several years.My patients appreciate the very limited radiation exposure, the ability to quickly see their x-rays on a computer screen and the time saved during your appointments with the dentist due to the efficiency of digital x-rays.My staff and I also appreciate the saving factor of x-ray digital time, but more importantly that we appreciate the clarity and quality of these x-rays from a diagnostic point of view. Along with new sensors of rays X has come an update to a software loaded from medical benefits to patients.These computers can be of various brands. The most well-known are the Nomad and Instrumentarium. This new technology allows the dentist to enhance images and I expanded the areas of interest so that the patient can see with clarity what the doctor prescribes and why. It even allows to outline decomposition using a circle of color in the image.It is important to make it clear to patients the need for treatment and the ways in which we intend to improve your dental condition.I am very happy and proud to offer this new technology in my dental practice and I hope you like my patients also this commitment to quality.
Increased tension can often cause discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract, headache or cause critical state 'on the verge of collapse. " But besides this, a lot of stress can affect the state your mouth, gums, teeth, and also impair the general health status. Potential effects of stress and anxiety that can affect the health of the mouth are: – placed in the mouth sores, including cold sores and canker. The reasons may be varied – microbes, viruses, breach of the immune system, but increase their risk of emotional disorders, stress and chronic fatigue. – Bruxism – clenching or grinding your teeth. Stress can cause you to compress the jaws and unconsciously grind their teeth – at night and even during the day. Bruxism can cause sleep disturbances, problems with temporomandibular joint (TMJ), lead to abrasion of teeth.
– Diseases or exacerbation of existing periodontal disease. Stress can cause increased plaque that occurs even at short emotional distress. A long-term stress significantly increased the risk of gingivitis or bleeding gums, which can turn into serious gum disease. – Poor oral hygiene. If you are constantly in a strong emotional stress, then such a state can affect your mood and make you break the daily hygiene, ie brushing and flossing. – Unbalanced food.
In conditions of stress, people tend to develop unhealthy eating habits: consumption of large quantities of fizzy drinks and sugary foods, as well as frequent snacking on the go. These habits increase the risk of formation of cavities and other dental problems. – Stress can cause depression. And according to recent studies, patients with depression, 2 times greater risk of adverse outcome of treatment of diseases gum compared with patients without depression.
Immediately after the eruption of your child's teeth are exposed to aggressive environmental impacts. Accumulate germs on the teeth, forming a film of plaque. In plaque produce acids actively. Under their influence enamel milk easily broken teeth, and formed carious polost.Vyrabotka acid is particularly active in the presence of sugar. Therefore, the cause of dental caries in the first years of life often becomes an early transition to artificial feeding, especially if the child for a long time sucking the sweet juice, infant formula or a bottle. After the first teeth (6-10 months), we can begin to brush your teeth with special brush-fingertips. This brush worn on the finger, made of hypoallergenic rubber and has a soft silicone bristles. Such a brush can not only remove plaque from the teeth, but also massaging the gums.
During this period, it is better not to use toothpaste, because baby can swallow it. Brush moistened with boiled water and clean their teeth cautious movements, that would not damage the delicate enamel baby and not to injure your gums. Front teeth cleaned vertical movements of gums, lateral teeth cleaned in a circular motion. Encourage your child to brush your teeth gently and gradually. Let the child know that brushing your teeth – it does not hurt and are not afraid. Try to make brushing teeth in the game. You can clean the teeth favorite toy. Select the brush as age child is very well developed skills in adult role models. It is from this period, it is expedient to teach a child to brush your teeth yourself, because at a later age, it is will make a much more complicated.