The road to perfect smile is very much connected with the overall gum health. It is a modern aspect of the dentistry dubbed the ’’Pink Aesthetics“ in the recent era of the dentistry. Also, the gum health significantly influences teeth preservation and their longevity.
Periodontology is the area that deals with the health of the supporting structures of the teeth and the soft tissues in the oral cavity.
The therapy of the affected periodontium can be causal and surgical.
• Removal of hard and soft plaque (by ultrasound and manual instruments)
• Training in maintaining an adequate oral hygiene and control of dental plaque
• Processing of periodontal pockets
• Establishing of adequate occlusal-articulation relations of the teeth
• Treatment of carious lesions
• Orthodontic treatment
• Treatment of some general diseases
Within the urgent conditions on the teeth supporting structure, adequate urgent therapeutic measures, including drainage of periodontal processes and application of corresponding antibiotics, are applied.
Oral medicine is a branch of dentistry that deals with diagnostics and treatment of diseases of lips and tongue, as well as of other parts of oral mucosa.
The changes on the oral cavity mucosa can be a consequence of infection (viral, bacterial and fungal), mechanical, chemical, thermal and radiation damage, allergic reactions, side effects of medications, immunity disorder and general diseases (skin diseases, diabetes, blood diseases, neurological diseases, etc.).
1. Why are my gums bleeding?
The gums bleed as a consequence of inflammation. The gum inflammation occurs as a consequence of an inadequate hygiene, and a presence of a large quantity of hard and soft plaque on the teeth. The gum bleeding is an alarm for a visit to the dentist.
2. Why are my teeth loose?
The teeth are most frequently loose due to inflammation and loss of jaw bone which are a consequence of parodontopathy.
3. Why are my gums receding?
There are several factors that affect gum receding (presence of tartar, consequence of gum inflammation, mucogingival anomalies, etc.)
4. Why are my tooth necks sensitive to cold?
The teeth can be sensitive to cold, among other things, due to the gum recession when the tooth cement remains exposed, it shows a certain sensitivity to cold.
5. Why do I have a bad breath?
The presence of periodontal pockets most frequently leads to an unpleasant breath odour due to accumulation of bacteria and their products in the space around the teeth. Periodontal pockets are the most important sign of parodontopathy. They may occur as a consequence of inadequate contacts between the fillings or an inadequate prosthetic work, as well.
5 reasons for tartar removal:
1. Solving the bad breath problem - by tartar removal, you will leave behind a bad appearance of your teeth, but also the bacteria causing bad breath.
2. Preservation of good oral health - during each visit to the dentist, one should avoid a mistake, in order to prevent an inflammation process or caries from not being seen.
3. Tartar removal can stop the future progressing of the gingival diseases.
4. Parodontosis prevention.
5. Having a pretty smile – frequent consumption of coloured drinks and smoking leave the teeth pigmented. By tartar removal or polishing, your smile becomes irresistible.
PARODONTOLOGY - IMPLANTOLOGY - NEW METHOD OF TREATMENT OF SOFT TISSUES OF THE DENTAL CLINICS VESELINOVIC ENDORET-PRGF
Platelet rich plasma therapy is a new method of treatment, applied for faster healing of wounds in oral surgical interventions of periodontologic surgery and implantologic surgery.
Applications:Implantology, Oral surgery, Periodontology and Aesthetic medicine.
4 BIOCOMPATIBLE FORMULATIONS:
The research of dental and oral surgery often includes materials and procedures which can improve clinical results in terms of percentage of success. The objective of this research was to find a treatment, approach that could reduce bleeding, stimulate quality regeneration of the bones and soft tissue, fast healing by use of the means simple for use, at a modest price.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a new approach to tissue regeneration. It is widely used in various surgical areas, including the head and neck surgery, otorhinolaryngology, cardio-vascular surgery and maxillofacial surgery. PRP is usually used in a gel formulation formed by mixing of PRP (generated by centrifugation of blood) and thrombin and calcium-chloride. The PRP gel contains a high concentration of thrombocytes and fibrinogens.
During wound healing, thrombocytes are among the first cells to respond to wounds, which is important for starting this procedure. Thrombocytes represent a rich source of important growth factors.
Recently, PRP has become a valid addition to promotion of recovery in many procedures of dental and oral surgery. In these procedures, a natural adhesiveness of PRP enables easier handling of graft materials - gluing of the artificial bone, with more predictable adaptation and haemostasis – bleeding stoppage, and a predictable sealing of the wound, as the case is with the primary healing of the wound itself.
X-ray diagnostics enables general check-up of teeth, roots and the neighbouring bone structure. The mentioned represents basic diagnostics during its dental treatment. Our dental practice has an X-ray cabinet with the equipment prescribed and controlled by the Ministry of Health of Montenegro.
Modern prosthetics has made some efforts to solve the problem of dental aesthetics without teeth contouring, if there is an adequate indication for it. It is lumineers, composite flakes with ceramic admixtures that are glued to the intact teeth surfaces without their damaging.
Teeth-whitening at the dentist’s is done by means of the ZOOM technology in our practice, by using the lamp of the corresponding wave length in combination with the H2O2-based gel. The time of duration of the treatment is 60 minutes at the dental practice Veselinovic.
Enable your children to grow with healthy teeth! Through game, our doctors will teach your child how to maintain dental hygiene. Pedodontia or paediatric dentistry represents a part of dentistry which deals with treating teeth in children.