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MEDICAL TOURISM IN ROMANIA – “N” reasons.

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The following text is the main topic, the description of “N” reasons to own that require control at 6 months and due to which , any “discomfort” you have in the teeth should be checked, diagnosed the problem and the cause in time and treated.

Unfortunately, most present ourselves to the dentist due to emergencies ( pain, inability to use masticatory function, fractured front teeth , swelling, infection).

The most common emergency dental treatments , dental and endodontic diseases are due to present at your teeth, which arise from not treated decay.

These conditions are the “N” reasons to own that I said above reasons , we choose to describe it in few words. Understandable, but it is important to know that they are not only unfortunate consequences.

A. Caria touch :

Treatment: sealing enlarged light-cured composite filling.

Indications are hygiene control at 6 months, avoiding sticky foods and carbohydrates, using auxiliary methods of cleaning ( dental floss, oral shower , electric toothbrush, etc), to avoid vicious habits ( smoking, bruxism, etc).

Risks sensitivity postobturatie.

Complications recurrence of caries, secondary caries , pulpitis.

B. Caria average:

Treatment: root fotopolimerizabiladin composite onlay composite or ceramic, composite or ceramic inlay , crown MC CP CZ.

Indications are hygiene control at 6 months, avoiding sticky foods and carbohydrates, using auxiliary methods of cleaning ( dental floss, oral shower , electric toothbrush, etc), to avoid vicious habits ( smoking, bruxism, etc).

Risks sensitivity postobturatie.

Complications recurrence of caries, secondary caries , pulpitis.

C. Deep cavity:

Treatment: onlay ceramic or composite, composite or ceramic inlay, crown MC, CP, CZ.

Indications are hygiene control at 6 months, avoiding sticky foods and carbohydrates, using auxiliary methods of cleaning ( dental floss, oral shower , electric toothbrush, etc), to avoid vicious habits ( smoking, bruxism, etc).

Risks sensitivity postobturatie.

Complications recurrence of caries, secondary caries , pulpitis , and if extirpation , apical periodontitis.

D. Hyperemia inflammatory:

Treatment : treatment of simple dacay and indirect pulp capping. Simple and direct pulp capping treatment of caries. Extraction ( removal nerve).

Indications: control periodically six months, proper hygiene , brushing 2 times a day and auxiliary methods ( dental floss, mouthwash , oral shower, electric toothbrush, etc), where sensitivity administration inflammatory, performing dental radiography diagnostic and control.

Complications: chronic or acute pulpitis.

Risks pressure sensitivity after extirpation.

E. Acute serous pulpitis.

Treatment: direct pulp capping ,removal.

Indications: control periodically six months, proper hygiene , brushing 2 times a day and auxiliary methods ( dental floss, mouthwash , oral shower, electric toothbrush, etc), where sensitivity administration inflammatory , performing dental radiography diagnostic and control.

Complications: serous pulpitis total purulent pulpitis partial.

Risks pressure sensitivity after extirpation.

F. Pulp acute purulent:

Treatment: removal of medication.

Indications: control periodically six months, proper hygiene , brushing 2 times a day and auxiliary methods ( dental floss, mouthwash , oral shower, electric toothbrush, etc), where sensitivity administration inflammatory , performing dental radiography diagnostic and control.

Complications: acute apical periodontitis.

Risks pressure sensitivity after extirpation.

G. Pulp chronic open:

Treatment: removal.

Indications: control periodically six months, proper hygiene , brushing 2 times a day and auxiliary methods ( dental floss, mouthwash , oral shower, electric toothbrush, etc), where sensitivity administration inflammatory , performing dental radiography diagnostic and control.

Complications: necrosis, gangrene.

Risks pressure sensitivity after extirpation.

H. Chronic pulp closed.

Treatment: removal.

Indications: control periodically six months, proper hygiene , brushing 2 times a day and auxiliary methods ( dental floss, mouthwash , oral shower, electric toothbrush, etc), where sensitivity administration inflammatory , performing dental radiography diagnostic and control.

Complications: necrosis, gangrene.

Risks pressure sensitivity after extirpation.

I. Pulp Necrosis.

Treatment: drug endodontic treatment stages.

Indications: control periodically six months, proper hygiene , brushing 2 times a day and auxiliary methods ( dental floss, mouthwash , oral shower, electric toothbrush, etc), where sensitivity administration inflammatory , performing dental radiography diagnostic and control.

Complications: gangrene, tooth fracture due to lower mechanical strength.

Risks: pressure sensitivity after mechanical treatment.

J. Pulp gangrene.

Treatment: drug endodontic treatment stages.

Indications: control periodically six months, proper hygiene , brushing 2 times a day and auxiliary methods ( dental floss, mouthwash , oral shower, electric toothbrush, etc), where sensitivity administration inflammatory , performing dental radiography diagnostic and control.

Complications: apical periodontitis , tooth fracture due to lower mechanical strength.

Risks: pressure sensitivity after mechanical treatment.

K. Acute apical periodontitis hyperemia:

Treatment: drug endodontic treatment stages.

Indications: control periodically six months, proper hygiene , brushing 2 times a day and auxiliary methods ( dental floss, mouthwash , oral shower, electric toothbrush, etc), where sensitivity administration inflammatory , performing dental radiography diagnostic and control.

Complications : serous or purulent acute apical periodontitis , chronic apical periodontitis.

Risks : pressure sensitivity after mechanical treatment.

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Posted by on October 29, 2013 in DENTAL

 

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MEDICAL TOURISM ROMANIA – Waterpik’s usefulness for dental care.

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It is important to care for your teeth and gums every day. Has been clinically proven that just brushing properly performed 2 times a day is not enough for effective cleaning of the teeth , but especially between the teeth and gingival crevice. After a full brushing teeth , performed with a manual or electric toothbrush there are spaces remaining leftovers and Plaque.

Flossing in addition to brushing is right, but if you really like to be more rigorous hygiene, you should consider using a shower mouth.

It’s a big step to take care of your oro-dental hygiene , improved by 93% gingival health.

Oral shower is ideal for people with dental implants, crowns, bridges and orthodontic appliances, for people with periodontal disease and orthodontic appliances ,for people with periodontal disease, but also for anyone who wants healthy teeth and attractive smile.

Of course, oral shower will yield any results if not used regularly , and this is true for any process of oral hygiene, be it brushing teeth , tongue cleaning or rinsing with mouth wash.

Even if it is used once a day for 90 seconds, shower mouth will help you clean and healthy gums.

Shower buccal pulsing water jets operating at high speed ( up to 40,000 beats per minutes) to the teeth and the gums.

Intermittent stream water ( plain, ozonated solutions or mouthwash) displaces food debris from inaccessible areas  toothbrush or dental floss : subgingival spaces, between the teeth , between brackets , bodies covered deck areas or around implants.

This feature reduce the risk of oral shower bacterial colonization of these areas , eliminating unpleasant odors or gum infections and/or periodontal, leaving a feeling of freshness.

How to use the shower mouth?

Use daily oral shower at least once a day before brushing with hot water to 37 degrees or dilute substances containing antibacterial mouthwash ( chlorhexidine, Listerine) or cosmetic mouthwash. Attention first time you use the shower mouth. As the water pressure can be strong enough you should not use the highest gear speed. Start with a lower gear to get used to the feeling , then choose the one most comfortable and effective for you. You have to get used to the ideea that you spray water in your mouth.

Lean over the sink and let the water run while mouth wash, or you can keep your mouth shut, spitting out the excess water from time to time.

In the first week of use , the shower can cause bleeding gums mouth. Do not worry , it is a normal process, the gums become more flexible over time and you will not have these problems.

What is the recommended oral shower?

It is recommended that a shower large capacity mouth water and more speed. Waterpik are the ones who invented and developed this device since 1962. The Ultra ( WP-100) is the top U.S. manufacturer’s range and provides the user excellent results in maintaining a proper oral hygiene. The Waterpik Ultra ( WP-100W) has 6 different heads adapting to the needs of different patients , bit holder on the cover, a water tank with high capacity for 90 seconds, 10-speed pressure adjustment, pause button the handle is connected to the mains.

The 6 heads are:

1. Standard Head : 2 times more effective than the use of dental floss  – is used to improve gum health , deep cleans the spaces between teeth and subgingival . Should be changed after 6 months.

2. Plaque Seeker Head : recommended for cleaning areas around implants and bridges / crowns/ dental veneers. The three fine bundles of bristles helps remove hard to remove food debris that accumulates around such dental work. Should be changed after 3 months.

3. Orthodontic Head: clinically proven that is 3 times more effective than dental floss to remove plaque from hard to reach around braces , and gum health improvement in patients with orthodontic treatments. Should be changed after 3 months.

4. Pik Pocket Head : for periodontal pockets accessed 90% of a 6 mm pockets , with a very gentle cleaning action due to the rubber and design with low pressure water jet. Should be changed after 3 months.

5. Toothbrush Head: combination of brush and running water for increased efficiency brushing with rounded tip, gently brushing hard to reach areas. Should be changed after 3 months.

6. Tongue cleaner Head: for removing tongue surface bacteria that causes bad breath. Should be changed after 3 months.

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Posted by on October 16, 2013 in DENTAL

 

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MEDICAL TOURISM IN ROMANIA – AESTHETIC DENTAL OFFICE.

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Digital Smile Design ( DSD) is a new concept found in modern dentistry. Practitioners who find out about it for the first time  think that it is a soft.  Its promoters present it as a concept. Those who use it believe that it is a revolutionary tool in treatment planning.

How can one use it?

Imagine you have to go to a party and you want the most beautiful and amazing outfit. You think about it : you look for a design , you set a color, you choose the fabric , you want for the outfit , then you look for a shop and analyze the collections and try on the outfits which you think that correspond to the image that you have created in your mind. You talk to your stylist about the cut that suits you best and you make the adjustments together and select the accessories. Now imagine that you want to change the appearance of your teeth.  What do you normally do? You ask your acquaintances and relatives to recommend you a good dentist and you set an appointment without actually knowing anything about him/her. They suggest you a comprehensive treatment plan , including in the frontal area to improve your physiognomy. The treatments prior to the prosthetic rehabilitation ( extractions, root canal treatments) start without an emphasis on the final aspect on the dental work. Based on the verbal instructions of the dentist , the technician is given a free hand in terms of the shape of teeth after he/she is given only a small amount of information on the size and color. In reality , the first serious discussion is carried in the last one session.

So, people who want a special look document on the cut they prefer, try on several options, and then decide which one they want to buy, but if they want to restore their smile, they put all their confidence in the recommendation they received, in the imagination of the technician based on the doctor’s advice and find out the result at the end of treatment which can take months and requires complicated and expensive labor.

The DSD concept fills this gap and focuses on the thorough ” designing” of each stage of treatment and of the final result.

DSD – based rehabilitation start from the idea of the final result. Also, doctors who document their cases may show the patients a portfolio of similar cases resolved. So that the decision to follow a treatment plan is one taken by informed patients who know everything about their investment. Even the medical choices can be made based on this portfolio.

What DSD means for patients? Does it imply painful and complicated maneuvers?

For the patients DSD  means many pictures and many discussions about their teeth. When they come for a complex rehabilitation to the clinic, patients are seen by a doctor , a panoramic radiograph and a set of photos are taken and they are asked to explain everything that is wrong about their teeth in their option. The team of doctors and technicians that has to solve this case meet and create a treatment plan. In case of aesthetic rehabilitation the prosthodontist makes one or more computer simulations that anticipate the future smile of patients. After presenting the treatment plan, if the patients accept it, we turn to new tools that help us foreshadow the smile : wax-up and mock-up. It is a simulation made of wax of the result we want to obtain followed by a real simulation in the mouth. A sample of the final smile without having to use the dental drill at all. The complex rehabilitation will start only when patients have consented to it.

What DSD means for the doctor of dental medicine?

For the practitioner, first of all DSD means control. The final dental work is not left to the imagination of the technician, but it is the implementation of the simulation that the patients have approved. DSD means safety. The doctor knows with certainty that the rehabilitation will be exactly as the patients want it , without requiring many changes and touches. Last but not least , DSD means saving time and materials for doctors and patients. Time invested in discussions and simulations is easily recovered by reducing the number of tests and small touches.

For the society in which we live the aesthetic of the smile and the overall neat appearance are paramount. This causes many patients to address the doctor physiognomy because such work cannot be done ” on trial”.

In conclusion, next time you go to a dentist how about trying on your smile?

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