[gr. stóma ‘usta’, lógos ‘słowo’, ‘nauka’],
The department of clinical medicine and the science of the causes, course, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases of the oral cavity, teeth, and adjacent organs;
theoretical foundations of clinical dentistry are given by odontology - science on the formation and development of dentition; within dentistry, specialized disciplines have emerged,
such as dental surgery, orthodontics, dental prosthetics, conservative dentistry, pediatric dentistry, periodontology (periodontal disease).
Why follows bone loss?
The causes that can cause bone loss are many. It can be its inflammation resulting from a large number of resident bacteria in the mouth.
Another cause may be a trauma. Often the reason is the loss of the tooth, and thus the lack of physiological, mechanical load that causes a decrease in bone tissue volume.
The right amount of bone is necessary for stable, long-term seating of teeth or implants. The condition and quality of the bones are decisive in the proper functioning and beautiful appearance of our gums and teeth.
Therefore, when the dentist finds a bone deficit, he performs a regenerative procedure. And we have our share in it. When rebuilding your bone, your dentist uses our biomaterials.
Median of periodontal disease;
Mainly gingivitis; at a later stage, in addition to the gums, they affect the entire periodontium, until the edge of the gum decreases, and the teeth lose, even to lose them.
Children and adolescents have plaque-related gingivitis and chronic periodontitis (so called periodontitis) in adults.
Condition of periodontal inflammation
Long-term periodontitis (tissues that surround and maintain the tooth in the alveolus) causes loss of tooth stability.
To restore it often include tissue reconstruction is necessary.
It is an artificial root - an implant made of titanium, which is the size of a natural root. It is on its basis that an artificial tooth, or crown, is placed.
However, the number of implants does not always have to match the number of missing teeth.
Few-Point implantation can be made and all missing teeth can be supported on it.
In some cases, even two implants are enough to support the entire prosthesis.
When there is a need for implant treatment, it is often accompanied by too few bones.
A dentist performing a regenerative procedure increases its volume.
The right amount and quality of bones enable effective and long-lasting anchoring of the implant.
Denture used in dentistry to make up or restoration of missing teeth;
e.g. prosthetic crowns, bridges, implants, plate and embedded teeth and braces on it.
The tooth is removed for many reasons, including:
• When it cannot be cured by a conservative method;
• When the infection destroys a large part of the tooth or the surrounding bone;
• When in the mouth do not fit all teeth.
Considering future activities (even implantation), the dentist will try to create optimal conditions for bone reconstruction at the site of the removed tooth.
This can be achieved by using biomaterials.
Disappearance Gradual atrophy of tissues, bones of the jaw or mandible, due to tooth or tooth loss.
Usually, after the tooth is removed, without the alveolus secured, bone atrophy occurs and, as a consequence, extensive bone defects occur.
Then the biomaterial can be used to rebuild the missing tissue.
Med. pathological cavity sent epithelium (true cyst) or not (pseudocyst), with fluid
or greasy content; it Is formed by closing the mouth of the gland and stretching its interior by secretion, tissue softening as a result of the inflammatory process, including cyst: bones, radicular (a complication of tooth decay), salivary.
After the surgery to remove the cyst, it is necessary to fill this place with biomaterial.
This allows the bone tissue to be restored at this point.
[Gr. éndon ‘inside’, odoús, odóntos ‘tooth’],
Root canal treatment; conservative dentistry department dealing with diagnostics and treatment of tooth pulp and periapical tissues.
After root resection, when a bone defect is significant, it is advisable to supply this site with biomaterial.
Penumatization of the maxillary sinus
Med. increase in sinus volume as result resorption of parts of the alveolar process after tooth loss, caused by movement or pressure air in the bay.
Raising the jaw bay DNA
When there is a need to improve bone conditions in the lateral segment of the jaw, the procedure of raising the bottom of the maxillary sinus is performed.
Then also biomaterials are used.