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Tooth root fracture treatment with dentoalveolar surgery
06.02.2017 | Clinical europe

Tooth root fracture treatment with dentoalveolar surgery

Dentoalveolar injuries happen to 30% adolescents, recent studies reported. Such injury often occurs in front area of the upper jaw and could result in functional, aesthetic and phonetic complications. Vertical tooth root fracture could have positive outcome but fissured fracture could trigger damages of periodontal tissue and bone resorption.

Many issues after endodontic treatment are caused by

CAD/CAM solutions for rehabilitation of dental erosion
03.02.2017 | Clinical international

CAD/CAM solutions for rehabilitation of dental erosion

Dental erosion, along with periodontal disease and dental caries, is considered to be one of the most serious public oral health problems. It is known that dental erosion arises as a result the consumption of medicines and acidic foods. 

This disease is very dangerous to patients especially if it was diagnosed an advanced stage.  It could result in such complications as a pain, necrosis, hypers

The importance of functional impression for removable denture
31.01.2017 | Clinical international

The importance of functional impression for removable denture

The importance of functional impression for high-quality removable denture with good functional and aesthetic qualities was mentioned in many studies. In this article we want to emphasize some boundary issues connected to manufacturing of maximum precise impressions.

Losing teeth triggers the process of bone and soft tissue resorption.  However, prosthetics could suspend this process.

Main c

Sandwich-technique restoration in terms of economic crisis
26.01.2017 | Clinical international

Sandwich-technique restoration in terms of economic crisis

Composite materials for dental restoration become more and more popular.  In addition, one of advantages is high adhesion characteristic, unlike metal restorations.  However, composite materials have several disadvantages like deformation of big fillings and polymerizing shrinkage, absence of anti-caries effect and insufficient biocompatibility. Because of dental tissue peculiarities, composite ma

Management of external inflammatory tooth resorption: tips for professionals
04.01.2017 | Clinical international

Management of external inflammatory tooth resorption: tips for professionals

Treatment of a tooth with inflammatory resorption is the main endodontists’ challenge. Let us take a closer look at the problem of pulp necrosis with examples on photos.​

Every dentist associates external inflammatory tooth resorption with pulp tissue necrosis.  Treatment of a tooth with external inflammatory resorption usually causes difficulties for endodontist. The article below contains use

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