Dental Treatments

Dental Treatments

Dentists use methods such as x-rays or computed tomography. Such studies make it possible to determine the presence of intramolar disorders, inflammatory processes in soft tissues, improper functioning of the jaw joints, and other symptoms.

Dental procedures that are most often seen in dental clinics are:

  • Filling

Fillings restoration by dentists to restore the tooth and its normal functioning. In addition, how to fill a tooth, a specialist cleans the canal, restores the damaged nerve, and also detects the oral cavity with a solution.

  • Treatment

If there is an intracardiac educational inflammatory process, the patient experiences quite pronounced pain. This condition needs urgent professional help. Root canal filling with stomatitis in the following cases:

    • a crack in the tooth;
    • deep carious lesions of enamel and tissues;
    • tooth trauma.
  • Enamel whitening

Whitening is a procedure that helps to restore the whiteness of the dentition. Before removing dark spots from the surface of the enamel, the dentist must assess the state of oral occupancy in general. It is necessary to eliminate any inflammatory processes, carious formations and other problems in advance.

  • Extraction of teeth

If the tooth does not disappear, the dental surgeon may recommend extraction. It is painful, therefore, has a high degree of suspicion of anesthesia.

  • Prosthetics and implantation

Modern techniques make it possible to restore the dentition almost from scratch. As for implantation, this method is less traumatic than the installation of prostheses, and the engraftment of implantation is practically not damaged by neighboring teeth and the oral mucosa.

  • Orthodontics

Orthodontic problems in the field of dentistry are most common in children and adolescents. Incorrect bite, insufficient molarity, adentia, jaw displacement, joint disorders and other cases without fail require examination and the help of a specialist such as an orthodontist.