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RESTORING YOUR TEETH HEALTH

Highly qualified doctors will carry out: dental treatment of any complexity, aesthetic restoration using anchor and  fiberglass pins . 

Root canal treatment is carried out in accordance with European quality standards, using machine endodontics and three-dimensional root canal filling using the BeeFill device . The advantage of this method is hermetic obturation of both the main canals and their branches. Re-infection of the sealed canal is almost impossible, because hot gutta-percha, wound in a liquid form, tightly obturates the root canal. The technology of 3D filling with the Beefill system, with preliminary preparation of the root canal by machine endodontics and its antiseptic treatment, allows our doctors to carry out high-quality endodontic dental treatment in Chelyabinsk.

For the detection and treatment of caries at an early stage of development, as well as for endodontic treatment, according to indications, a microscope-oriented practice  is used   – this is the main trend in the development of modern dentistry, which allows diagnosing and treating caries with high accuracy.

As an alternative to traditional methods of treatment, we use the German ICON technology. This innovative treatment of caries is able to stop its development without anesthesia and preparation, without loss of healthy tooth tissue, simply and painlessly within 15-20 minutes. Only with regular preventive examinations, the doctor will be able to timely identify caries at an early stage of its development and carry out the treatment with the ICON system. 

High quality is the main principle in our work, which we strictly adhere to and which we are proud of. The most important thing for us is the health of our patients. That is why we consider the subsequent preventive maintenance of each patient to be an indispensable condition for the successful operation of the clinic.

Our task is not only to provide high-quality modern treatment, but also to prevent the disease in a timely manner.

In the medical and surgical department of Central Dentistry, you will be offered a full range of oral care services:

An individual plan for the prevention of dental diseases is developed for each patient . You will be offered a full range of measures to prevent oral diseases, including hygienic teeth cleaning using Piezon Master and Air Flow devices, restoration of natural teeth color, professional teeth whitening Zoom4 of the  latest generation, enamel strengthening and tooth sensitivity reduction with fluoride gels.

 At the risk of developing periodontal diseases, the method of plasmolifting is used as part of the complex treatment by specialized doctors, periodontists . For the treatment of periodontal and oral mucosa diseases – Vector therapy.

Experienced specialists will perform splinting of movable teeth.

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DENTAL PROSTHETICS

The success of a person in modern society determines not only his intellect and business qualities, but also his ability to communicate, to impress the interlocutor. Therefore, a snow-white healthy smile is not a luxury, but an essential part of your image. Modern orthopedics has made it possible not only to replace anatomical defects and restore chewing function, but also to obtain highly aesthetic treatment results.

Dental prosthetic

In the orthopedic department of the clinic “Central Dentistry” you will be offered all the prosthetics services possible today :

Manufacturing of prostheses in the shortest possible time.

Modern all-ceramic , metal-ceramic and one -piece non-removable structures .

Production of inlays, veneers, crowns using CEREC technology.

Prosthetics on implants. Implantation in Chelyabinsk

Manufacturing of zirconium dioxide prostheses .

Complete removable prosthetics according to European technology.

Removable dentures with improved fixation on locks.

Establishment of structures immediately after dental treatment

In addition to all of the above, the specialists of Central Dentistry have the opportunity to carry out express prosthetics on the day of tooth extraction.

Indications for prosthetics

The need to restore anatomical shape

The need to restore tooth function

The need to strengthen the tooth

The need to improve the aesthetic appearance of the tooth

Often, the need to strengthen the tooth is the main reason why the dentist recommends covering a badly damaged tooth with a crown. Unfortunately, simply placing a filling does not solve this problem, but rather, on the contrary, weakens the tooth. Why? Because the filling, occupying only some part of the tooth and not covering it entirely, rests on the remaining thinned walls of the tooth. When chewing, the load is transferred through the large filling to the thin walls of the teeth, which can lead to their chipping. Moreover, the chip can be so deep, much below the gum level, that it will be impossible to restore such a tooth even with a crown. A crown, unlike a filling, covers the entire tooth, covering all its surfaces, and thereby excludes such fractures of the teeth. But, this does not mean at all that any tooth in which there is a defect or a carious cavity needs to be protected by a crown. Filling is a fairly effective method of restoring teeth with small cavities, when a lot of healthy tooth tissue and its strong walls are preserved, which can withstand the chewing load without the risk of fracture. A filling that occupies more than a third of the tooth surface can significantly reduce its strength and cause a number of complications.

The doctor, after assessing the situation, can inform you which tooth in the future has the risk of such complications, and in order to prevent them, he will recommend covering it with a crown. In this case, a crown will more effectively and permanently protect your tooth from trouble than a filling.

Types Of Crowns.

For the restoration of teeth, one-piece,  ceramic  ,  metal-ceramic crowns are used . In addition, zirconium dioxide prosthetics , which are confidently gaining more and more popularity in the dental services market , certainly deserves special mention .

Restoration of teeth with metal crowns is one of the old and proven means, but far from aesthetic. Until recently, the most common in our country were crowns made of steel, steel with sputtering (titanium nitride), and gold.

Cast crowns are cast in special ovens according to individual wax models, therefore, they practically do not require adjustment in the oral cavity, they are more accurate. The thickness of the cast crown makes it more durable.

Metal crowns are usually placed on the posterior teeth (molars) so that they cannot be seen when smiling.

On the front teeth and teeth that are visible when talking and smiling, it is better to put ceramic or metal-ceramic crowns, which do not differ in color from the color of natural teeth.

All-ceramic crowns

The very name of such crowns suggests that the crowns are completely made of ceramics (or porcelain is the common name for the same ceramics). Their main distinguishing feature is their transparency, which imitates the natural optical properties of the tooth, and therefore high aesthetics. In addition, porcelain does not darken over time, does not absorb various dyes, and does not wear off. The main disadvantage is low strength. Therefore, such crowns are used to restore anterior teeth, where maximum aesthetics is required, with a minimum chewing load.

Metal-ceramic crowns

Metal-ceramic crowns are those that are made of ceramics and metal. PFM crowns have the advantages of these two types of crowns, although PFM crowns also have disadvantages. For the manufacture of metal-ceramic crowns, a dental technician first makes a metal frame, then ceramics is applied to the metal. Therefore, metal-ceramic crowns have a natural appearance.

Anterior and posterior teeth are restored with metal-ceramic crowns. Front teeth can be restored because they have a natural appearance. The back teeth can be restored because they are very strong and can withstand the pressure of chewing. Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns fit well to the tooth.

The disadvantage of metal-ceramic crowns is that although they have a good appearance, they are inferior in cosmetic terms to all-ceramic crowns.

Zirconium dioxide prosthetics in Chelyabinsk

For more than 20 years, zirconium oxide has been used in restorative dentistry, and it can be recommended as one of the most modern and reliable means for dental restoration.

Benefits of zirconia prosthetics:

Numerous tests confirm the absence of allergy to zirconium dioxide, even in people with high sensitivity and tendency to allergies. Therefore, zirconium oxide crowns and dentures will mark a new step in keeping you healthy.

This material has excellent insulating properties and you do not have to worry about unpleasant reactions to cold or hot temperatures.

When preparing teeth for zirconium crowns, the dentist grinds down much less dental tissue, and, due to the especially high strength of the material, is able to preserve most of the tooth, which also improves the overall situation.

In addition to improved aesthetic qualities, there are other criteria that determine the result and longevity of your investment and serve as a specific quality indicator. It is with the use of zirconium oxide that the quality is not just declared, but rises to a new level. When restoring teeth with zirconium oxide, there is no room for compromise in esthetics, compatibility, strength and functionality.

We manufacture zirconium dioxide structures in our own laboratory and purchase material directly from the manufacturer. In addition, we guarantee you consistently high quality and invite you to a consultation with the preparation of an individual treatment plan.

How long can dental crowns last?

It is impossible to answer this question unequivocally. Much depends on what material the crown is made of and how resistant it is to abrasion. An important role is played by the correct choice of design, taking into account the strength of the chewing load. On average, a crown lasts from five to fifteen years. Very often, the removal and replacement of the crown occurs not because of its wear, but because of problems with the tooth under the crown.

Paying attention after treatment

HOW DO YOU SEE THE DIFFERENCE?

However, nowadays it is very difficult for patients to tell the difference between a bracket dentist and an orthodontist. Orthodontist is a protected title. This means that you may only call yourself an orthodontist if you have completed the four-year specialization as an orthodontist and have subsequently registered in the specialist register. Bracket dentists often call themselves: bracket dentist, ortho specialist, orthodontic specialist, orthodontic specialist. These names make it very difficult for patients to find out whether they are an orthodontist or a bracket dentist.What are the benefits of orthodontics?

The reason for starting a brace treatment can be aesthetic or functional.

Often it is not so black and white, but the reason for treatment is a bit of both.

Functional:

better functioning of your chewing function,

promoting your oral hygiene,

better distribution of chewing force (resulting in less wear of the teeth),

improving the position of teeth and molars before the dentist makes corrections to the teeth (for example in preparation before placing crowns, bridges or implants),

Prevent or resolve gum trauma when the teeth overlap very far when biting close (deep bite),

solve limited freedom of movement of the lower jaw.

Aesthetic: creating a beautiful smile and enhancing your self-esteem.

It is true that not every abnormality requires treatment. In adulthood, however, overbite correction with the help of growth is no longer possible, and insurance often no longer pays after 18 years. This does not matter if there is no treatment, but it does if it is delayed. We are happy to inform you about this during the first consultation.Does it hurt?

Placing a brace does not hurt. Once the brace is worn, it does take time to get used to it. During the first days, teeth and molars can be sensitive while eating. Furthermore, especially in the beginning, the braces can cause irritation spots on the cheeks and lips, which generally disappear by themselves: the inside of the mouth adapts to the orthodontic appliances. If necessary, wax can be used to soften this somewhat. If the braces are adjusted, the teeth may feel more sensitive or different again. Braces don’t hurt, sometimes it’s just a bit difficult.an I function and / or exercise normally?

Fixed Bracket:

Yes, with a fixed bracket you can function normally and play sports.

Removable Braces:

It is recommended not to wear removable braces during sports.

Removable braces can affect speech; the extent to which this happens depends on the type of braces and the intensity with which they are worn (in general: the more / better worn, the better the speech).Can it affect the use of musical instruments?

No, but there is an adaptation period of approximately 2-3 weeks. Exception: wind instruments that are played exceptionally intensively (2 to 3 hours a day) and where the mouthpiece rests against the teeth can have an effect. Discuss this with the orthodontist.

How long does orthodontic treatment take?

In any case, shorter than before. Because we use new techniques in our practice and pay a lot of attention to efficiency in the treatment, the treatment time is considerably shortened, without making concessions to the result or stability: many treatments last less than 1 year to 2 years. Read more about the technology we use.(In general, it can be said that an orthodontic treatment of 2 to 2.5 years can be seen as normal; if it takes less than 2 years, this is considered a quickly expired treatment; a treatment that lasts longer than 3 years is almost never before.) It is never possible to estimate exactly how long a treatment will take. It depends very much on the severity of the problem, the time of the start of the treatment, the possible growth, the adaptability, but also the perseverance and cooperation of the patient influence the duration of the treatment. Other factors such as the biological response of the teeth, jaws and mouth muscles are also sometimes difficult to estimate.

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What Should You Pay Attention For Orthodontics?

A  good oral hygiene  is a prerequisite. If you do not brush enough, you will not start with orthodontics. It is also imperative to brush well during treatment. If it is determined that this is not the case, the orthodontist may decide to remove the appliance, since deterioration of the teeth due to inadequate oral hygiene must be avoided. Good and correct brushing  is therefore the message! Your dentist or orthodontist will guide you in this. The teeth move more quickly into healthy gums. With good cleaners, the treatment is therefore completed faster.

Attentions For Orthodontics

Regular checking and adjustment  of the device are a second requirement. Any missed appointment means an unnecessary extension of the duration of treatment.  So keep your appointments punctually!  This means that you will also have to come by appointment during school hours and you will sometimes have to miss a lesson. If – for whatever reason – you cannot miss school hours, this could possibly be a reason not to start orthodontics. Not everyone can always come by appointment after school hours.

Reimbursement Of Orthodontics

If you want to benefit from a  reimbursement from the health insurance fund , the application for orthodontics must be submitted before your  fifteenth birthday . If orthodontics is started early, ie for nine years, a specific request can be made, so that reimbursement can be made again around fifteen years after the change.

Patience will be rewarded

For a qualitative treatment you have to take into account a  period of  about two years . This assumes that you wear your equipment carefully (rubber bands, outer brackets, loose plates). Only then will your patience be rewarded with a beautiful smile

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?

In the Netherlands, both a dentist and an orthodontist are allowed to perform braces treatments. But what is the difference between a bracket dentist and an orthodontist? And what is better?

THE ORTHODONTIST

To become an orthodontist, you must first complete the 6-year dentist training course. After training as a dentist, an orthodontist has completed a four-year full-time course at the university to specialize in orthodontics. So an orthodontist has studied for 10 years. An orthodontist also only deals with braces treatments and no longer performs general dental treatments, such as filling a hole or pulling a tooth. To remain an orthodontist, an orthodontist is required to retrain to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field of orthodontics.

THE (BRACKET) DENTIST

Orthodontics is only a small part of dentist training. A recently graduated dentist is therefore not qualified to perform braces treatments. A brace dentist still has to follow courses after his dentistry training to be able to perform braces treatments. Bracket dentists usually do not treat too complicated dental anomalies. It is not feasible for the average dentist to master all the knowledge and skills that the orthodontist has acquired in a four-year full-time specialist training course. In addition, it is impossible to keep up with the many developments in orthodontics, in addition to all developments in dentistry.

FOR THE BEST QUALITY, GO TO AN ORTHODONTIST

So for complicated braces treatments you are better off with the orthodontist. Research shows that the quality of treatment by orthodontists in the Netherlands is very high. An orthodontic practice is fully equipped to ensure that the treatment proceeds as efficiently and smoothly as possible.

Orhodontics Doctor

WHY ORTHODONTICS – There Are Various Reasons Here?

There are various reasons for going to an orthodontist. You go to an orthodontist when the teeth are far forward or crooked, there is too little or too much space in the teeth or when your teeth do not fit together properly and you cannot chew optimally. Especially the aesthetics of regular teeth and a beautiful smile ensure that many find their way to the orthodontist.

No more problems with crooked teeth and molars.

No longer suffer from incorrect stress on the jaw muscles.

No longer suffer from a wrong position of the jaws.

The costs for dental treatment are determined each year by the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZa). However, that does not mean that you pay the same rates everywhere. The costs per treatment can also differ. Consult the table below for an overview of the rates.

Dental treatment for orthodontics

AirSmile

One of the invisible braces. An AirSmile brace is a transparent cover that we place over your teeth. You will receive new AirSmile braces twice a month because the position of your teeth is constantly changing. The Airsmile is also suitable for nighttime teeth grinding.

Invisalign

The Invisalign is a different kind of invisible brace. This variant is suitable for children and adults. You will regularly receive a new aligner to support the changes in your teeth. The Invisalign is also suitable for multiple dental problems.

Lock shackle

The most famous of the brackets: the clasp shackle. The dentist for orthodontics sticks a so-called lock on each tooth and selects and places a thread in it. At the molars, we pull this wire taut, so that we can change the position of your teeth.

Outboard bracket

Do you suffer from an overbite or is there not enough space in the back of your mouth? With an outboard bracket, we inhibit the growth of the upper jaw and provide more space. With an outboard bracket, you wear a hat.

When to the ortho?

Below are some situations where it is wise to schedule an appointment with a dentist for orthodontics:

Your upper front teeth protrude and this causes complaints. These teeth are more likely to be damaged.

Your lower and upper jaw do not fit together properly, which can lead to the wrong bite.

Your teeth don’t fit together properly, putting the wrong strain on your jaw muscles.

Orthodontics results

With orthodontics we can adjust the position of your teeth so that you:

No longer suffer from an overbite. Orthodontics is a part of dentistry that focuses on the examination and treatment of problems with the jaw and dental position. Many patients have a combination of an incorrect position of the jaw and teeth. These problems are treated by the use of orthodontic appliances (braces).

Orthodontic treatment can, by straightening teeth, reduce the risk of caries and gum disease and improve chewing function. The word orthodontist comes from two ancient Greek words. Orthos, which means “straight” and Odontos, which means “tooth”.

To become an orthodontist, you have to follow a 4-year full-time specialist course in Dento Maxillary Orthopedics after your (now) 6-year study in dentistry. As a result, orthodontists have the most knowledge and skills for correcting abnormalities in the position of teeth and molars and growth abnormalities of the jaws. This is in contrast to dentists who have only followed orthodontic training.

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Orthodontics – The Origin Behind It

According to the dictionary, the meaning of orthodontics is: dentistry aimed at the development of regular teeth. With knowledge of the classical languages ​​the word orthodontics can be traced back: “ortho” is the Greek word for law and “odontos” is Greek for a tooth. The goal of orthodontics (dental regulation) is to obtain well-functioning and regular teeth that look beautiful and can be kept clean. But that’s only half the story. The official name for an orthodontist is ‘specialist in dentomaxillary orthopaedics’. That name shows that orthodontics is not only concerned with the regulation of teeth, but also with growth and growth modification of the jaws. Below is a number of animations shown what can be achieved by orthodontic treatment

Lack of space for the incisors.

Two small molars had to be removed for the correction

Irregular stance with a large gap between the upper incisors that prevents the canines from breaking through properly

Large overbite due to a recessed lower jaw

Reverse bite of an upper incisor with a shift from the center of the dental arch to the leftWhat is an Orthodontist?

An orthodontist is a dentist who, after studying dentistry, has followed a four-year full-time specialist training at the university to become a specialist in Dento-Maxillary Orthopedics (Orthodontics). Abroad there are also specialist training courses for orthodontists lasting three years after the dental study.

The dental training and the orthodontic specialization therefore last at least 9 years and earlier even 10 years. After being registered in the Specialists Register, the orthodontist no longer works as a dentist, but only deals with orthodontics.

Orthodontic practices are quite different from each other. Some practices are very large and many people work there. But there are also small practices where the orthodontist has one or two employees.

The orthodontic practice mainly treats children.  

The treatment process begins with your orthodontist taking molds of your teeth and carefully creating your clear aligners similar to the way an artist creates a masterpiece.

Orthodontics is a  recognized specialization  in dentistry. Orthodontists are concerned with the position of the teeth and the relationship between the upper jaw and lower jaw. The most well-known form of orthodontics are  ‘blocks’ . Besides cubes, there  are many other ways to improve the tooth position  or influence the jaw relationship and the growth of the jaws. In adulthood, surgery may also be necessary to obtain a beautiful and functional result.

When and why orthodontics?It is often thought that orthodontics is only about  aesthetics , about making the row of teeth more beautiful. This is one – and certainly not an unimportant – aspect of orthodontics. Who doesn’t want a beautiful, radiant smile? Yet orthodontics is also about  functionality . A ‘wrong bite’ can cause problems at a young and old age. For example, the lower teeth bite the palate and cause wounds or the teeth do not touch each other when trying to put them together (an open bite that prevents you from chewing enough). Also  temporomandibular joint problems can be caused by an incorrect or forced bite. Such problems can be solved with the help of orthodontics. In addition, a straight row of teeth is much easier to brush, which will prevent cavities in the long run