Preventive and children's dentistry
Visiting the dentist in the early period of the child is of great importance for preserving the health of his teeth. It is best to bring the child in the period after the milk teeth have erupted, when all the teeth are healthy.
Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums, while periodontopathy is a disease that affects the entire supporting apparatus of the teeth. These diseases are the most common reasons for tooth loss in old age, and they appear more and more often in young people as well.
Dental prosthetics provide you with compensation for damage to the tooth crown and extracted teeth. Crowns and bridges are fixed prosthetic restorations (cemented in the mouth and cannot be removed), while dentures are mobile.
Restorative dentistry and root canal treatment
Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that deals with the treatment and replacement of lost hard dental tissues, i.e. enamel and dentin. The loss of these structures occurs after tooth trauma due to injuries and falls, but primarily as a consequence of the presence of caries, which is the most common cause of dental tissue loss.
Orthodontics or jaw orthopedics is a branch of dentistry that deals with improper bite that may be the result of improper bone relationships, that is, the mutual relationship of the upper and lower jaw, or just the improper position of the teeth in the jaws.
Aesthetic dentistry provides solutions if your teeth have changed color or shape.
Oral surgery and implantology
Oral surgery is limited to surgery of the oral cavity, which includes surgical treatment of inflammation in the bone of origin of the tooth (periodontitis, cysts, granulomas), periodontal surgery, i.e. all oral-surgical procedures of the gums, whether it is about solving inflammatory processes or functional-aesthetic defects.