Implantology

The dental implant recommended by Sanadent doctors (AnyRidge Implant System-Megagen)has numerous aesthetic benefits and results.
Design that meets the highest quality standards currently in implantology; is made of a titanium alloy of grade 4, of superior purity; presents a spiral that spares the bone substrate – surgery is thus minimally invasive.
MEGAGEN AnyRidge is the first implant system made of high purity titanium alloy that introduces the innovative concept of the progressive Knife Thread spirals. With these springs, the AnyRidge implant becomes the optimal solution regardless of the bone quality of the implant. Knife Thread ensures both cortical bone protection and the possibility of applying a dental crown at the same session, shortening the treatment time.

The dentistry branch, Implantology requires in-depth knowledge of the materials currently available and about the general health of the patient to control the success of the treatment.

Implant treatment is sometimes the only way to restore the function of the oral cavity, and in other cases it is the closest natural way to replace the missing teeth.

Thanks to them, patients do not have to sacrifice natural teeth to anchor dental bridgework, they no longer use mobile prostheses that create permanent discomfort, but they can benefit from fixed teeth, anchored on implants, showing and feeling just like natural teeth.

Megagen also released another innovative product, namely the AnyRidge dental implant. This implant fulfills the most important aesthetic and functional criteria, addressing patients who do not accept any compromise

The Megagen dental implant was specifically designed to minimize the dislocation of the skewed bone and the volume of soft tissue. Thanks to this implant, surgery is performed three times faster, ensuring both stability and maximum bone retention

The implants recommended by our doctors are implants of the latest generation, implants with rapid osteointegration with features that offer exceptional professional benefits: primary stability, osteointegration with hard and soft tissue preservation, rapid healing time, offering flexibility (wide range of sizes, conicities) ideal for front areas , difficult to manage.
Anyridge implant
has an active coil design that makes it very stable in any kind of situation. Advantages: replacement of any type of tooth; allows fixation of prostheses on implants by locators; very stable in situations where the bone is not of the highest quality; peak aesthetic results; very resistant to molar area.

The new properties of the implant result in rapid, high-quality biological integration, thus facilitating treatment and increasing patient satisfaction.

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Surgery

Surgical surgery in the cabinet, also referred to as “small surgery”, represents all the interventions in the oral cavity that are done by an invasive approach to the resolution of the affections. Surgical treatment therefore involves the extraction of teeth that are irrecoverable, elongation of the broken teeth under the gum but which may also serve in the general treatment, the excision of the cysts at the top of the root when the endodontic treatment fails, and any other maneuver related to the above. >
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Surgical treatment is very different from periodontal surgery that also requires an invasive approach, but with greater precision, and implantology that has become a separate branch over time.

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The Molar 3 or the Mind is the last permanent arcade tooth that usually occurs between 17 and 25 years. About one-fifth of the population, these mobs no longer appear. In most cases, these mosses grow crooked or creep very quickly, causing jaw to decrease.
Surgical treatment is a phase that is not intended to reach, so the patient needs to understand the importance of other non-invasive treatments in order not to go through a maneuver involving more risks.

 

Minimizing the risks of any surgical treatment is primarily to create an aseptic environment (without bacteria) and to observe aseptic protocols during surgery.

 

This extremely important aspect is well understood and applied in the Sanadent clinic in any type of treatment but especially during surgery, aseptication of air and the use of disposable materials only.

 

THE TIP OF THE HEALTHY TEAM

After any surgery, follow the doctor’s instructions carefully, especially those related to home hygiene.

 

 

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“Every drop in the ocean counts” Yoko Ono

Moral codes adjust themselves to environmental conditions. Will Durant

You live in intimate association with bacteria, and you couldn’t survive without them.

Bonnie Bassler

Surgery in the cabinet, also referred to as “small surgery,” is all the interventions in the oral cavity that are interested in an invasive approach to resolving affections. Surgical treatment therefore involves the extraction of teeth that are irrecoverable, the elongation of the broken teeth under the gum but which can also serve in the general treatment, the excision of the cysts at the top of the root when the endodontic treatment fails, and any other maneuver related to the above.

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Prophylaxis

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The essence of each dental treatment, regardless of its complexity or simplicity, is PROFILAXIA, because only this way can prevent imbalance and, implicitly, disease prevention.

It is defined as the totality of actions a person does to cleanse the oral cavity.

Bacteria form in the mouth every time we eat or drink and, despite the fact that we regularly brush our teeth and use hygiene, some of them persist. Carrying out periodic scaling is fundamental to keep teeth away from the negative effects of bacterial plaque and tartar. They irritate the gums by causing their bleeding to brush or touching harder foods, masking some cavities, and also representing a reservoir of bacteria and toxins in the first phase for neighboring areas and for the whole organism. So the scratch is not harmful, the only which could be detrimental to the teeth’s health by being delayed. Tasting accumulated in increasing amounts causes the gum to retract and root out (periodontitis), so this minimally invasive dental hygiene procedure should be performed periodically, following the recommendations of the specialist doctor
Air Flow is a device used in dental profiling, stain removal, biofilm (dental plaque) and tartar using air jet action combined with water and sodium bicarbonate microparticles. As a rule, the AirFlow technique is used after ultrasonic scaling. During the treatment with AirFlow, a controlled air jet, water and sodium bicarbonate microparticles are projected onto the entire surface of the teeth, more precisely between the teeth and the base of the tooth or in areas hard to (dents, dental implants, orthodontic appliances, etc.). Therefore, all pigment spots and any trace of the dental plaque disappear almost entirely, including from the spaces in Advantages: Contribute to the prevention of periodontal diseases, Remove the bacterial plaque and stains, contributing to the natural enamel is non-invasive, the enamel is not affected.It seeks to maintain and sanitize dental implants or bridges, crowns, etc.

It consists of two distinct parts

* effective cleansing of the entire oral cavity through

ORAL HYGIENE HOME AND ORAL HYGIENE IN THE SANADENT CABINET

* adapting nutrition and eliminating vicious habits that can cause dental impairment

The main methods of prophylaxis are:

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    Oral hygiene is the most important method of prophylaxis. The dental plaque accumulates on the teeth surface after each meal. If it is not removed by active brushing, it will calcify by turning it into dental plaque.Moreover, if carbohydrate foods are left too much in contact with teeth, the amount of dental plaque will also increase.

    The main objective of oral hygiene is to remove the dental plaque from the surface of the teeth and prevent it from being deposited.

    A correct oral hygiene involves a regular and correct dental brushing (minimum 2 times a day), the use of dental floss and mouthwash.

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      Regular controls are very important for maintaining oral health. Many oral conditions evolve without pain especially during the initial stages; so patients are not aware of their appearance until they have already progressed significantly.During the periodic check, the dentist can detect incipient cavities that the patient is not yet alert or may find initial signs of a gum disease.

      Also, some dental work or existing restorations may require repairs or reconditioning. The physician will also assess the health of oral tissues. As a general rule, the more the disease is discovered earlier, the easier it is to treat.

      Periodic checks should be performed at least twice a year and more often if the clinical situation requires it.

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        It is important to remove both supragingival and subgingival plaque. Ultrasonic scrubbers ensure a very efficient cleaning of the tartar and dental plaque.

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          Professional brushing has the purpose of removing the dental plaque that remains after scaling, as well as the various stains or stains on the surface of the teeth. Professional brushing is done by the dentist with mechanical tools.The paste with which professional brushing is performed has a rich content of fluoride, being applied to the surface of the teeth by means of rubber cups attached to the micromotor.

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          It is good to resort to professional brushing at least twice a year (usually during regular checks). Professional brushing is very effective in removing plaque but should be accompanied by regular oral hygiene.

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            This method prevents the stagnation of the microbes and the dental plaque in the trenches and fossils of the molars and premolars, thus preventing the appearance of caries at this level.Slings and fossils are a favorite place where the plate can form and accumulate because it is difficult to sanitize. Sealing involves the application of fluid composite materials inside the trenches and fossils which after curing will “close” these spaces.

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            Sealing is done on children’s molars and premolars immediately after they erupt. We remind you that the definitive molars 1 to 6 years old, the molars 2, the definitive eruptions at 12, the molars 3 (or the mind) after 18 years, and the definitive premolars between 10 and 12 years.

            Adults can benefit from sealing if this has not been done before. Sealing materials wear out in a few years; Consequently, constant monitoring is needed to replace them if necessary.

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              It is an effective method of prophylaxis because it prevents caries and complications. Small currencies are easier and cheaper to deal with. Once complications arise due to caries evolution, treatment is both more complicated and much more expensive.

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                Foods rich in carbohydrates (or sugars) are the source of consumption for bacteria in the dental plaque. Frequency of sugar consumption is more important than the total amount consumed.Therefore, it is advisable to reduce the consumption of sweets between meals as they create a continuous nutritional reserve for bacteria in the oral cavity.

                In addition, a diet low in calcium increases the chances of developing periodontal disease and joint disorders.

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                  Fluoride is a mineral that helps enamel enamel, making it more resistant to caries.

                            SanaDent doctors will help you to get acquainted, understand and learn these methods of dental prophylaxis for:

                              ” Care is absolute, prevention is the ideal” Cristopher Howson

Coronary restoration

Worldwide, dental caries are the most common tooth disorder being the leading cause of loss of teeth.

“Wise in solving and patiently realizing” Homer

In early stages, caries have no symptoms, but the physician can figure out their existence either through clinical examination or by examining dental x-rays.

Once the cavity progresses, the first symptoms or dental sensitivity occur, especially for sweet, acidic or hot food and drinks, and more pitiable and painful. The more it reaches the inside of the tooth, which produces persistent pains, which only yield with the medication. At this time, visit to the doctor is essential, only a dental abscess can develop.

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Endodontics

Endodontia is the treatment of the nerve that is inside the tooth, being one of the most common dental procedures. Endodontia, as a specialty in dental medicine, was born precisely because of the major importance and difficulty of treating the tooth nerve. Endodontic treatment is still a foundation stone in the whole of complete oral cavity treatment. Correctly done, this treatment is for all life, so Sanadent team is trained at the highest level with materials and equipment, used by the specialist endodont. Endodontic treatment (also known as “canal treatment” or “nerve removal”) is one of the most common dental procedures that treat the “inside of the tooth” (pulp chamber and entire canal system) to eliminate infections and protect future infections .

Endodontic (canal) treatments assisted by a microscope is the most complex working formula currently in endodontics. In Romania, dental stomatology assisted by mischroscope has been used for a few years.

With the help microscope
which can grow up to 22 times and can provide a bright enough light to see details that the dentist can not see with the naked eye, can save teeth that otherwise could not be kept. Using the microscope in canal treatments has made it possible to solve many very difficult cases with a reserved prognosis. A well-made canal treatment can render the patient’s teeth functional and with proper care, can prevent future complications.
This powerful working technique requires the dental office to have the presence of an intraoperative dental microscope, but also a wide range and a variety of necessary and binding devices for these types of modern treatments
The use of the microscope in the treatment of the root canal has led to an increase in the quality of the treatments, but also to the success rate in recovery of teeth difficult to treat by classical methods. The remarkable optical performance of the microscope allows you to see details that can not be seen with the naked eye. The microscope image is magnified and very clear. Excellent image quality, color fidelity and finer details are of great importance for proper diagnosis and treatment.

The latest endodontic treatment techniques involve using the microscope. The endodontic microscope allows the therapy to be performed under direct visual control, so the physician has a much better control over the maneuvers performed.

At SANADENT, endodontic interventions are performed by highly specialized and experienced physicians using the solutions “pain free” and dental microscope.

“If we made valuable discoveries in life, it is due to more patience and attention than any other talent.” Isaac Newton

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Periodontology

Periodontal treatment is the foundation of the home in the complete rehabilitation of the oral cavity in modern dental medicine. It includes a series of maneuvers, such as the most important, periodontal curettage, but in Sanadent clinic another maneuver is equally important: explaining the patient about everything that this disease means and healing or stopping it.

The main causes of periodontal disease (periodontitis):

Periodontal disease is the direct result of the action of the dental plaque that accumulates on the surface of the teeth, especially near the gingival edge.

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Dental Aesthetics

Dental Esthetics </ em> can now be considered a synonym for modern dentistry, including any treatment that results in cosmetic dental arches and getting a smile as pleasant and appealing.

Dental aesthetics is not a particular branch of dentistry, but under this name it includes techniques and procedures from many dental specialties that all have the purpose of improving the appearance of dental arches and / or gums and soft tissues in the oral cavity.

Dental health at SANADENT includes a series of extremely common procedures nowadays.

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    • Dental whitening done in the office and at home
    • minimally invasive ceramic facets
    • crowns and integral ceramic bridges
    • Teeth alignment by physiological orthodontic treatments
    • dental remodeling
    • surgical reconstitution of the gum
    • applying dental jewelry

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Teeth whitening

Tooth whitening is the most well-known and used procedure of dental aesthetics. Nowadays, there are many ways to whiten the teeth, but the most preferred option is whitening supervised by the dentist.

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What are the causes of changing the color of your teeth?

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Normally, milk teeth are whiter than definitive teeth. With the aging, the teeth become darker due to the changes that occur in their structure.

In addition, the teeth can stain with bacterial pigments, food or the action of various drugs.

Smoking causes dark spots, while certain enamel defects or conditions (hypoplasia, fluorosis) can lead to yellowing of the teeth.

In favorable cases, whitening can change the color of the teeth with 2-3 shades: for example from A3.5 to A2 or A1.

Whitening does not affect the color of existing fillings, dental work or dentures. The prostheses can whiten out of the mouth by using a specific whitening agent (which is usually used to clean the prostheses).

The effect of whitening can last from a few months to a few years and depends on the lifestyle of each patient. Regular oral hygiene and the avoidance of smoking or food pigments can prolong the effect of whitening.

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Prosthetics

Dental prostheses are rigid pieces usually made from the outside of the oral cavity (in the dental laboratory or sometimes in the cabinet) of various materials (acrylic, composite, metal, ceramic, zirconium) <

Dental prostheses are rigid pieces usually made outside the oral cavity (in the dental laboratory or sometimes in the cabinet) of various materials (acrylic, composite, metal, ceramics, zirconium) and which will then be anchored in the mouth, restoring the integrity and the functionality of the dental arches and the entire dento-maxillary device. Besides their functional appearance, the dentures will recreate as much anatomical and natural as possible the features of the smile and the pleasant look. These can be:

Fixes (crowns or bridges):


     

  • Crowns (unidirectional prosthesis) restore the morphology of a single broken tooth and fix it by cementing.
     

  • Dental bridges (prosthetic dentures) are prosthetic works that compensate for the lack of one or more teeth, being cemented on the teeth adjacent to an edentation.

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    Fixed work can be made from different materials


       

    • integral ceramics
       

    • zirconia ceramic
       

    • metallic ceramic
       

    • acrylic / composite (temporary)

      Face-to-face patients should have impeccable hygiene and come to regular check-ups at the dentist at least once every 6 months. Full hygienisation is envisaged along with a thorough check of dental structures covered by facets (adaptation of facets, evolved changes etc.). The application of dental veneers is a treatment solution and has some clear indications, so the decision to apply them is taken by the patient together with the dentist to finally reach the best option for aesthetics as the patient expects.
      No prep ceramics facets are very thin ceramic structures that adhere to the external surface of the teeth, altering both shape, color and light tooth displacements. Generally, the target teeth are flanked. The difference from ordinary dental faces is precisely the preparation (teeth grinding), which in the case of no-prep facets is minimized or even does not exist. Another indication of these faces would be the closure of the spaces between the front teeth, a problem solved successfully with their help. Moreover, the jaws of the mandible against the jaw in the masticatory movements can be replenished with their help. A great advantage of these faces and of the workmanship is the fact that the whole process is painless, precisely because of the lack of the need to grind the teeth. In general, two to three treatment sessions are needed until they are applied.
      Mobilizable (indicated in the case of extensive edentations that do not allow dental bridges to be made): anchored by special tooth systems but voluntarily removed by the patient for hygiene). Ex: skeletal prostheses.

      Benefits:
      No metal content – thanks to the latest generation of technology, there will be no space between tooth and dental work. The possibility of the allergic reaction to metal is completely removed.

      Color stability – There are many cases where the gum around the crowns of metal and ceramics change color, and then the patients come back and ask for the change of the crowns with some of the whole ceramic type.

      Total Biocompatibility – This eliminates the risk of allergies or the development of infections under the work. Thanks to the top material used, the work will be integrated into the gum in the shortest time naturally
       because it dents the dental surface very well.

      Redefining the smile and color of the teeth – most often, the front and side teeth change the teeth line and, implicitly, the smile. Made of a single block of lithium-disilicate ceramics, the crown
      of integral ceramics is one of the most appreciated
      dental aesthetic instruments. Because it requires removal of a significant amount of tooth, perhaps a better variant is a full ceramic facet. Most often teeth are covered
      fronts with integral ceramic crowns, and for lateral teeth, zirconium ceramic crowns, the latter providing increased strength.

      Minimally invasive teeth grinding – for a good fit and lasting work, the dentist can interfere with the tooth enamel that is about to clothe the dental crown, with the idea that some dirt
      or irregularities should be polished. However, it is intended to protect the enamel and the tooth. Because before applying an integral dental crown, the tooth may require hygiene work like
      would be cleaning a caries, filling or removing the tartar, which could again include the minimally invasive sanding process.

      Suitable for those with limited space between teeth – because they are of superior quality, the integral ceramic crowns are hardly distinguishable from natural teeth, which is why they are especially appreciated
       for use in teeth front areas, where there is limited space between teeth. As we have already mentioned in previous lines, faceting is an option for those who do not want total reconversion.
      Posterior teeth located in narrow space and not completely destroyed can benefit from ceramic inlays, which will completely restore the contour of the tooth.

      A long-term investment – even if it could be a financial effort at the moment, sustainability studies indicate a success rate of 93% for 10 years and 77% for 20 years.

      Mobile (total prostheses): are extensive work done in the case of total edentations that only rely on the bone structures of the oral cavity

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      • Crowns on the implant – So a missing tooth does not require preparation of the teeth neighboring the edentation and making a dental prosthesis for prosthesis. The implant will play the role of an artificial root and will support the future dental crown, fixed by cementation (or screwdriving).


           

        • Bridges on implants – There is also the possibility of carrying out anchor works on implants and natural teeth.

          Dental Puncture vs. dental implant

          The dental bridge has been a viable treatment for many years, but, as I have already mentioned, it has some drawbacks.

          Polishing, basically killing natural teeth to turn them into bridge poles is the major drawback. Not often, to achieve an aesthetic bridge, grinding involves on all surfaces at least 2, even 2.5mm, leading to channel treatments .

          At the same time, if the patient is not careful with oral hygiene, debris can accumulate food debris which, by decomposition, generates gingival inflammation and, respectively, periodontal disease . Due to the advantages offered by dental implants, they have grown as a popularity lately, the variant of dentures treated with dental teeth on natural teeth decreasing concurrently.

          On the other hand there are situations, even if they are not numerous, where the dental implant is not recommended, the dental bridge being an excellent alternative. For example, maybe there is not enough bone in the area where the dental implant is to be made and the patient can not add bone.

          Another scenario is that of patients with bleeding and clotting problems, in which even if the implant is not a contraindication, the operation itself may be a danger

          Costs are another factor: initially, the costs of a tooth dentition seem lower than dental implant treatment. This should be looked at because in the long run, the costs of implant treatment are lower than those of natural tooth treatment.

          Titanium implants have proven their long-term reliability, lasting over 50 years when they were of good quality and cared for. If we take into account that a dental bridge due to the physiological changes that occur in the gum and bone requires a change of about 8 years, we should realize about 6, 7 bridges to equalize the “life” of the implant. Dental implants are easy to maintain, have no nerve and are prone to pruritus like natural teeth, resulting in much lower costs in the long run.

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          Even if the loss of a tooth will not produce a masticatory deficiency immediately, its replacement should be a priority.

Orthodontics

Orthodontia – straightening (ortho) teeth (donation).

Dental abnormalities are all changes in position, shape or number of teeth.

In the last decades, most dental anomalies find resolve by orthodontic treatment in some cases combined with surgical treatment, but pre-treatment characters are passed on to the following generations.

Dental abnormalities can vary in degrees of severity, even reaching the stage where vital functions of the body are affected: breathing, nutrition.

Orthodontic treatment should not be regarded as an aesthetic need in the first place, but as a solution to general health problems, because abnormal teeth disrupt the dento-maxillary harmony of the mouth.

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Pediatric dentistry

Pedodontia is the branch of dentistry that deals with the treatment of dento-periodontal disease in children.

Although the affections of the children are largely the same as adults, the treatments are different, both because of the anatomic particularities of the dental teeth and of the young permanent teeth, but also because of the difficulty of dealing with juvenile patients.

A proper parenting education in oral hygiene is of great help. Even if children begin to become aware of the importance of oral hygiene after the age of 5, the oral hygiene ritual should begin even before the dental eruption.

A dentist specializing in pediatrics (pediatric dentistry) knows a number of methods to address children who come to treatment so they gain confidence and feel comfortable on the dental chair. Collaboration, distraction, and parenting are ways that can increase the trust of the little dentist. Small children feel safe and trust when their parents are around, but they should not be distracted from communicating with their dentist. The same is not the case for older children, when parents should sit quietly in the waiting room, leaving the physician-patient relationship unfolding without parental implication.

The child must be convinced that during his visit to the dentist he does special things that give him praise from the doctor, and he has to pass it on to the child. In general, getting acquainted with the dental office and with the doctor should be done gradually.

SANADENT TIP
Be an example for your children and turn the “ritual” of toothbrushing into a common and fun activity!