Teeth cleaning is very important because only regular and proper oral hygiene can preserve the health of your teeth and prolong their lifetime. Soft layers of dental plaque or biofilm are constantly created in the mouth. If we don’t remove them, they build up and become a threat to the health of our teeth and gums.
Diagnostics is the key in determining the right therapy and medical procedure. It gives more insight into present oral health of a client and helps doctors to determine the proper therapy. Digital radiographic images of teeth and jawbones enable a detailed insight and analysis of anatomic structure of a tooth, diagnosis of caries and granuloma, as well as current state and thickness of bones. It is also important to analyse the state of bone deterioration due to periodontal disease before implant procedures.
Endodontic treatment is carried out when pathological process within the tooth occurs and deeply below the enamel and dentin, and reaches the dental pulp placed in the dental canal, which is often caused by caries. The dental pulp is composed of nerve tissue and blood vessels, and therefore the infection can cause bone inflammation and development of “granuloma”. The aim of endodontic dental root canal treatment is to prevent the spreading of the infection and to preserve the tooth and its root.
Periodontology is a branch of medical dentistry dealing with health of the tooth supporting structures (periodontium). Periodontium is composed of gingiva, bones and connective tissues which tie the tooth to the bone (periodontal attachment). Gingivitis is an inflammatory change in the gingiva, and if the inflammation further develops, then it becomes periodontitis. Statistics have shown that 30% to 40% of people suffer from this disease, which is also one of the most frequent causes of teeth loss in adults.