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Dental treatment in Kharkov

Dental treatment includes a number of dental procedures aimed at maintaining the functional and aesthetic properties of the tooth.

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How we ensure the safety of our patients

Sterility and disinfection have always been critical issues for our team. All clinics  "German Dentistry"  work according to clear European protocols 

Following the principles of openness and transparency, we want to tell you in detail about the multi-stage security system and its benefits for you

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How much does the implantation of all teeth cost?

More recently, with the complete absence of teeth, edentulousness, there was only one way out - the manufacture of a removable prosthesis, which was attached to the gum.

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Dental implantation: where is better?

Asking the question "Where is the best place to install dental implants?" first you need to decide on the choice of a modern dental clinic, which has a good reputation.

It is important to choose the "modern" one, since the technological equipment and methods used in the clinic will give confidence that the services provided will be provided painlessly, professionally and with the highest level of comfort.

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Dental implantation: what is it?

Teeth are the only part of the human body that cannot be regenerated.

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How to brush your teeth after implantation?

The success of dental implantation (that is, implant engraftment) and the comfort of the postoperative period depend not only on the professionalism of the specialist who performed the procedure, but also on the responsibility of the patient, who must follow all the recommendations received from the doctor.

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How long does the jaw hurt after implantation?

The possibilities of modern dentistry minimize or eliminate the presence of pain even during surgical interventions in the oral cavity, one of which is dental implantation.

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Dental implantation: when can you eat?

Dental implantation, for the introduction of a titanium pin into the jaw bone tissue, involves a surgical stage that requires further adjustments to the usual way of life.

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How quickly is dental implantation done?

Before installing dental implants, patients in dental clinics often ask about the duration of this procedure.

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How does dental implantation affect digestion?

The human body is designed in such a way that disruption of the work of even one system has a negative effect on the entire body. The dentition is no exception.

In addition to an aesthetic defect, discomfort that affects morale, diseases of the oral cavity, the absence of one or more teeth affects the digestive system.

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Why is dental implantation safe?

Dental implantation has been proving its effectiveness and reliability for many years as a way to restore lost teeth.

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Dental implantation: how is it done?

Despite the fact that dental implantation is now the preferred method of restoring the dentition, few people went into the details of this dental manipulation. The patient is more concerned with the result, but understanding the nuances of the implant installation process will only benefit, because the success of the implantation depends on both the implantologist and the patient.

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Why is dental implantation so expensive?

The restoration of the dentition with the help of dental implantation has become a common dental service that has a number of advantages, and allows you to replace the missing tooth with an artificial one, which will fully fulfill not only an aesthetic, but also a functional role.

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Dental implantation: for how many years?

Dental implantation is the highest quality, durable and comfortable alternative to removable dental constructions, which by its appearance opened a new era in the field of restoration of lost teeth.

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Why is dental implantation harmful?

After the loss of teeth, each person thinks about methods that will help restore the dentition.

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Why is dental implantation contraindicated in diabetes mellitus?

Many dentists do not give an unambiguous answer to the question "Is it possible to install dental implants for people with diabetes mellitus?"

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Dental implantation: under what anesthesia?

Dental implantation is one of the most demanded dental services, which, without harming neighboring healthy teeth (like turning for a denture), allows you to solve both an aesthetic and functional problem.

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When is dental implantation not possible?

Despite numerous studies, for the general public in humans, teeth are still that part of the body that cannot be regenerated.

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What to do after tooth implantation?

Successful dental implantation is not only the efforts of a specialist who performs surgical manipulations and implants the implant, it is also the responsibility of the patient, who must follow all the recommendations.

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What is the difference between prosthetics and dental implantation?

It is not entirely correct to compare dental implantation with dental prosthetics, since these dental procedures are aimed at solving various problems related to the elimination of a dentition defect.

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Why is dental implantation dangerous?

Dental implantation, or otherwise dental implantation, at one time opened a "new era" in dentistry.

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When is dental implantation impossible?

This dental service not only returns the aesthetic and functional component of a person's smile, but also self-confidence, and also prevents diseases of the whole organism.

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Dental implantation: is it allowed to smoke?

A healthy smile is important for a person not only for its aesthetic component, but also for the normal well-being and functioning of the whole organism.

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What is laser implantation?

Laser implantation of teeth in Kharkiv became known to many not so long ago. It is called an innovative method for restoring lost teeth, but in reality it is just a method of implanting an implant in which a laser is used instead of a surgical scalpel.

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What is one-stage dental implantation?

Dental implantation is today one of the most popular and effective methods of restoring the dentition. It allows you to fully replace the lost teeth without harm to adjacent healthy teeth.

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What is Basal Implantation?

Basal dental implantation is a modern technology for restoring lost teeth, developed by a German dentist and professor.

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Can I brush my teeth after implantation?

Dental implantation is an important and almost inevitable medical procedure in the life of everyone who wants to have an aesthetically beautiful and healthy smile, as well as maximum comfort in everyday life.

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Aesthetic dentistry in Kharkov

If the task of classical dentistry is the treatment of teeth and oral cavity, then aesthetic dentistry corrects visual imperfections, forming a perfect smile. Often these areas coincide - for example, in case of significant malocclusion, correction is needed not only for beauty, but also to prevent the development of concomitant pathologies.

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Damon braces

A huge number of people face the need to align their teeth. Experts say that at least 80% of the population has pathologies of the dentition. To put the dentition in order, since the beginning of the 20th century, experts have been working on the creation of various devices. One of the most popular in our time are braces - non-removable structures in the form of braces with special plates fixed on the teeth.

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Invisible braces

Masking the braces during the bite correction period is very important, because you will have to wear them for a year or even two without removing them. Questions of aesthetics are often decisive not only for adolescents, but also for adults. Therefore, the so-called invisible braces are very popular.

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Internal braces

Braces are universal solutions in the arsenal of orthodontists, which are used in dentistry for the treatment of malocclusion and correction of dentition anomalies. Today, Braces are considered to be the most effective method of bite treatment. All types of modern braces can be roughly divided into two categories: vestibular (fixed on the outside of the teeth) and lingual (fixed on the inside of the teeth).

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Transparent braces

One of the main attributes of a modern successful person is a beautiful smile and straight teeth. Unfortunately, there is a considerable number of different dentoalveolar anomalies and malocclusion pathologies that cause not only aesthetic discomfort, but also represent a serious health problem that requires medical intervention.

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Metal braces

Braces (orthodontic braces) are a universal method for the treatment of malocclusion and other dental-maxillary pathologies. Brace systems are plates made of various materials and orthodontic bows, which, with their programmed pressure, force the teeth to move into their correct physiological position.

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Self-ligating braces

The main task of any medical intervention is to achieve a positive clinical effect in the absence of a negative impact on the human body. This principle works in dentistry as it does in any other branch of medicine. Dentofacial anomalies and pathologies of the dentition are the most common orthodontic diseases. Specialists in the field of aesthetic dentistry regularly work to create the most comfortable to wear and at the same time effective methods of bite correction.

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Lingual braces

The "classic" way to correct a bite is to use braces. These are special non-removable orthodontic appliances that allow relatively painless, without surgical intervention, to eliminate defects in the dentition in patients of different ages.

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Sapphire braces

Braces are special orthodontic miniature constructions that are used in dental practice to correct anomalies in the position of the dentition. Braces consist of the actual braces (plates that are applied to the inner or outer surface of the teeth) and the orthodontic arch, which is located in special grooves.

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Ceramic braces

Bite problems and uneven teeth can be corrected with braces. These are universal systems that help to realize the dream of a Hollywood smile at almost any age.

Despite the effectiveness of this orthodontic construction, it also has its disadvantages: the classic bracket system made of metal components is too noticeable during communication. This is a cause for grief for both children and adults: the former suffer from being teased by their peers, the latter feel uncomfortable while communicating with colleagues at work, with clients or partners.

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Teeth alignment in adults

Changes and malocclusion occur in more than 80% of the population of developed countries. These can be minor deviations, a cosmetic defect, and sometimes a serious pathology, which entails curvature of the skull bones, causes headaches and many other unpleasant consequences. Therefore, bite correction in Kharkov is a common procedure for both adults and children.

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Braces

Correction of occlusion is easier to carry out in early childhood, starting from 3-5 years. If the pathology manifests itself in adolescence, dental braces will be an excellent solution. Today the market offers a huge selection of options - and everyone will be able to supply braces, the price of which will be affordable for the family budget. It is possible to find out in advance how much dental braces cost only in general. The dentist will be able to name a more accurate amount after a preliminary examination, and the full cost of the bracket system, as well as the duration of the correction, is calculated based on the results of computer modeling of the state of the jaws.

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Caries treatment in children

When treating teeth in babies, the dentist must use not only special preparations and techniques, but also provide a special psychological approach. Special rooms are also equipped - with pictures from favorite fairy tales on the walls, toys, a TV screen on which the kid can watch cartoons during treatment. Even dental units are made in the form of funny fairy-tale animals. All this helps the baby to overcome the fear of medical manipulation.

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Children's orthodontist

The active period of development of the human dentition occurs in early childhood - at 3 - 4 years. At this point, it is advisable to take the child to a pediatric orthodontist. The specialist will check how the bite is formed, in the early stages, identify the problem (if any) and tell you how to get rid of bad habits that may not have the best effect on the condition of the teeth.

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Anterior tooth implantation

When restoring anterior teeth, special attention is paid to aesthetic aspects: the color of the new crown, the ability of the material to transmit light rays to a shallow depth, and anatomical shape.

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One-stage dental implantation

For people whose robots are connected with communication, it is very important to maintain a beautiful smile. Loss of a tooth in the "smile zone" creates not only functional inconveniences, but also makes a person feel complex. Fortunately, today this problem is being solved very quickly - thanks to such a unique technique as one-stage dental implantation.

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How much does a dental implant cost?

An excellent alternative to bridges are implants. Outwardly, they are indistinguishable from a real tooth, do not require special care and completely restore the functionality of the jaw. A tooth implant consists of two parts: a metal "root" and an upper part, a crown, which can be created from various materials.

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Teeth Whitening Beyond

Tooth enamel often darkens under the influence of dyes from food, drinks, nicotine, drugs. A simple and safe bleaching procedure will help you quickly restore its natural white color. Chemically active substances penetrate deep into the enamel of the teeth and oxidize the coloring particles, completely destroying them. Professionals recommend whitening "Beond" - an American technology that becomes more and more popular every year.

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Teeth whitening Zoom 3

Healthy teeth and a beautiful smile are an indicator of good, full health. In the process of life, we regularly eat foods containing coloring substances, and over time, dental plaque forms, which cannot be eliminated with a regular toothbrush. It is also worth remembering that nicotine affects the color of the enamel. However, this problem has a solution: lightening tooth enamel has become quite simple today.

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Tooth crowns

Healthy teeth have always been considered a sign of good health. Healthy teeth provide not only a beautiful smile, but also the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract. In the process of life, we are faced with a huge number of factors that can disrupt the anatomical integrity of the teeth: poor nutrition, various somatic diseases, trauma, inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity.

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Metal-ceramic crowns

Metal-ceramic crowns: important advantages - price and reliability

Is the tooth badly damaged due to caries or is it broken due to trauma? The restoration can be carried out using metal-ceramic crowns. The latter are artificial structures of the tooth that allow to restore and strengthen its anatomical shape, preventing further decay.

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Metal-free crowns

Durable and aesthetic metal-free crowns are ideal for anterior teeth. Unlike metal ceramics, ceramic and zirconium crowns are completely identical to healthy teeth. When manufacturing, the dental technician takes into account the shade of the enamel of the dentition, and the crowns after installation look exactly like their surroundings. There are two main types of such crowns - porcelain and zirconium.

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Ceramic crowns

Ceramic is a popular material for making dental crowns. It allows you to create an artificial tooth that looks indistinguishable from the real one. Ceramic crowns can be anchored on a metal post (biologically pure titanium) implanted in the bone, or on a slightly ground tooth. It is necessary to grind the top layer of enamel so that with the crown put on the tooth does not differ in thickness from the normal one.

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Anterior crowns

Regular care and timely visits to the dentist allow keeping the dentition in good condition for a long time. But for various reasons, sometimes it is not possible to preserve dental health. And if the main problem of spoilage of inconspicuous chewing teeth is problems with food intake, then the aesthetic side is no less important for the anterior ones.

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Zirconia crowns

Is the tooth so destroyed that no filling will help? Crowns - artificial teeth, which are visually almost impossible to distinguish from natural ones - allow you to return a beautiful smile.

Dental prosthetics has come a long way of evolution, and if once the main focus was on the practical side, today aesthetic performance is no less important.

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Front teeth prosthetics

Loss and damage to anterior teeth is especially noticeable from an aesthetic point of view. Therefore, a number of techniques have been developed in dentistry that allow you to restore or create a gorgeous smile in the shortest possible time.

The options can be divided into two large groups: prosthetics of the anterior tooth in its complete absence or restoration of a severely damaged "native" one. The choice of this or that option depends on the degree and volume of damage to dental tissue, as well as on the patient's financial capabilities. The final decision on the choice of a particular method of treatment must be made by the dentist.

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When do you need to remove wisdom teeth?

Wisdom teeth are located at the edges of each dentition. Among all 32 teeth, this four causes the most problems. The complexity of their eruption and the resulting problems are due to:

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How to deal with bruxism (teeth grinding)

A patient with bruxism has teeth grinding, most often at night. In addition, a person can chatter teeth, swallow saliva. Constant bruxism destroys teeth. There is a pathological abrasion of the dentition. The sharp edges of the crowns can injure the tongue, lips and cheeks. Dentists are concerned about systematic teeth grinding. If this happens only occasionally, don't worry.

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What you need to know when a child is teething?

Teething in a child is a painful process, the consequences of which affect the quality of life of the whole family. There are many ways to relieve unpleasant symptoms. In this case, you can often get by with improvised means, so you should not rush to use "heavy artillery"

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Is it possible to straighten teeth without braces?

Braces are one of the most effective ways to correct the overall occlusion and the incorrect position of individual teeth. Braces almost always give good results. However, in some situations, braces are not used. Only a doctor can determine which method of teeth straightening is advisable to use in each specific case.

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Restoration of teeth using veneers

Restoration is used when it is required to restore the shape of the tooth:

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Causes of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) diseases

The temporomandibular joints (TMJ) are located near the ears. They are formed by the connected lower jaw and temporal bones. During the day, they constantly work when we talk, yawn, eat / eat. The muscles and tendons of these joints provide free movement of the lower jaw. If discomfort occurs during the work of the joints, then they need to be treated.

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Methods for eliminating diastema (interdental gap)

Interdental spaces spoil the expression and aesthetics of the smile. A 1–10 mm gap located between the central incisors is called a diastema, and between any other teeth - three.

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Causes and Treatment of Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Halitosis, or bad breath, is very common. Bad breath can be intermittent or persistent, depending on the cause. In most cases, the main cause of halitosis is bacteria that live and multiply in the mouth. The temperature and humidity in the mouth create ideal conditions for bacteria to grow and reproduce.

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Is it possible to cure periodontitis at home?

Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease of the supporting apparatus of the tooth, which is accompanied by the destruction of the attachment of the tooth to the bone, atrophy (decrease) of the bone tissue around the tooth, and the appearance of tooth mobility.

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Major mistakes in daily dental hygiene

To keep your smile white and attractive, you need to brush your teeth regularly. This helps prevent inflammation, restore shine to teeth and restore freshness to breath. Let's look at common mistakes in oral hygiene and how to avoid them.

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Why you need a professional dental cleaning at the dentist

In small quantities, dental deposits appear even in those who daily and properly care for their teeth, gums and tongue. Initially, soft deposits are formed, which are called dental plaque. They accumulate in places that are unable to cleanse themselves during chewing. Plaques not removed in time stick together and harden, turning into tartar. To get rid of it, you need to sign up for a professional dental cleaning or, as it is commonly called, oral hygiene to a professional, experienced dentist.

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When and how to brush your teeth correctly

During the day, dentists recommend brushing your teeth twice: after waking up and before going to bed. Whether it is worth performing hygiene procedures before breakfast or doing them after meals is decided individually in each case.

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Terms of eruption and change of milk teeth

Normally, the eruption of milk teeth begins at 6 months of age and ends at 2,5 years. Usually one of the lower central incisors is cut first. Then grow:

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Choosing a toothbrush and paste

The main quality of a good toothbrush is its effectiveness. Favorable price, well-advertised manufacturer and attractive color scheme are pleasant but secondary factors. The effectiveness of a toothbrush depends on:

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When to correct a malocclusion

You can correct the bite at any age. The correction will be most effective if the procedures were started at the age of 6-7 years. In addition, it is much easier for a child at this age to come to terms with the need to wear special devices than a teenager.

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The child's first visit to the dentist

Taking care of their children every day, most parents put off visiting the dentist "for later". Impassive statistics show that:

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How to prepare for dental implantation, types of implants

Before installing dental implants, you need to:

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How to choose a bracket system: types, advantages and disadvantages

The main requirements for a modern bracket system are aesthetics and efficiency. Their cost also plays a significant role.

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Should you whiten your teeth?

Hollywood stars conquer the world with their snow-white smiles. Most of them are the results of successful orthopedic dental designs, but there are other, easier ways to cope with yellowing of teeth.

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The most accurate and effective treatment with the Optomic OP-Dent dental microscope

The use of a microscope allows you to expand the possibilities of dental treatment and carry it out with guaranteed quality, without relying on chance.

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"German dentistry" on the street. Chernyshevskaya, 26: history of the house-monument of architecture

When work is not just a way to make a profit, but a way of life, then every detail and every nuance is important.

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