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What problems can tooth implantation solve?

• Single tooth missing. In this case there is no need to remove the neighbor teeth nerves and turn-process these neighbor teeth for tooth crown attachment
• A few teeth missing in a row. Tooth implantation provides a possibility to place a stationary dental prosthesis instead of a removable dental prosthesis.
• All teeth missing

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Tooth Implantation History

In 1965 professor Ingvar Branemark was a head of research group at the University of Goteborg (Sweden) and his studies finally resulted in osteo-integration discovery (titanium prosthesis integration into tissue). Branemark’s researches were aimed at jaw bone healing and regeneration after injury. The most remarkable thing about this is that osteo-integration phenomenon was discovered accidentally.

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Dental Restoration

Everyone wants to have healthy teeth and perfect smile. But as a rule our teeth are not always perfect (time and lifestyle leave their fingerprints on them), so there is a need in their recovery. In these cases the rescue comes as an art or a cosmetic restoration of teeth. Dental restoration (or cosmetic dentistry) is a set of measures aimed at restoring the damaged or heavily modified tooth and providing healthy, shining and natural-looking smile.

 

Using the techniques of dental restoration your dentist can:

  • restore the tooth plucked as a result of injury or the presence of large cavities in the tooth;
  • change the shape of the tooth, i.e lengthen or shorten, widen or narrow it, etc.
  • change the position of tooth in the mouth: to align sloping or protruding front teeth;
  • change the tooth color;
  • fill the gap between the teeth;

 

 

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Dental restoration may be simultaneous and multistage. One-stage restoration is a therapeutic procedure, and multi-stage restoration - a restoration of the tooth by using an orthopedic inlays and veneers.

 

To restore a demolished tooth, its shape and color you must first install the pin into the root. Further on this fixed pin, playing the role of the frame, will be applied layer by layer a superimposed sealing mass. The doctor gently places the various layers of material, picks up the colors so that the restored tooth is indistinguishable from the natural. Further there is a grinding and polishing of filling to give it a final brilliant shine.

 

Another way to restore badly damaged teeth is the tooth tab. Such tabs is a kind of prosthesis, manufactured in the laboratory of ceramic material or a composite. The tabs are absolutely exact copy of the tooth cavity and serve to strengthen and restore the tooth structure. They are chosen in such a way that is absolutely no different from the rest of the tooth, allowing the teeth to look natural and aesthetical.

 

For the artistic restoration of front teeth are most commonly used dental veneers. Veneers are very thin plates installed on the front of the tooth. Veneers can promptly restore the teeth, as if some of them were razed to the gum level. Veneers are selected taking into account the patient's tooth color, so it is indistinguishable from the surrounding enamel.

 

There are several types of veneers, which differ in the material from which they are made:

  • Ceramic veneers– thin ceramic plates attached to the front of the tooth
  • Porcelain veneers - are made of medical porcelain. The best way to restore teeth that are discolored, chipped or worn
  • Composite veneers - are made of composite (filling) material. This type of veneers is made in one visit, directly in the mouth, unlike the previous two types of veneers, which are manufactured in dental laboratories.

 

You do not need any special tools to care for your dental veneers. Just brush it every day with a toothbrush and floss and enjoy your perfect smile.

 

The installation of veneers is absolutely painless. Veneer is glued on the surface of a tooth and then fixed with a heavy-duty light-cured cement.