Dental implants

Dental implantation is an artificial replacement of the tooth root that is located in a hole pre-drilled in the jaw. This is where the denture comes in, i.e. the crown, the entire bridge or the removable denture.

The dental implant is made of titanium, its material does not irritate the surrounding tissues, it is biocompatible, thus it fits perfectly into the bone tissue.

During the implantation process, the oral surgeon drills a hole in the jaw bone that is still in contact with the implant and the bone tissue, allowing the bone to “grow around” the implant.

In some cases, when there is not enough bone in the jaw to hold the implant securely, an abdominal augmentation or bone replacement will be performed.


It is an important type of intervention in dental treatments depending on the condition of the teeth. It can be used for a significant part of the dental problems identified in time and at the same time prevent further deterioration of the teeth.

Our dentistry makes the same fillings in both white and tooth color after prior consultation with the patient. Inlay / onlay can also be considered as a special name for dental fillings. These are special types of fillings for the treatment of molars that are inserted in place of the patterned tooth / hole according to their shape.

The process of filling a tooth is relatively simple. First, the carious parts must be completely removed under local anesthesia, then, after proper preparation of the walls of the dental cavity, the inserted filling material is hardened and finally the surface of the filling is adjusted for better biting for the patient.

Dental screening, foci and systematic localisation

Dental foci include several lesions, such as a wisdom tooth that is stuck during growth, a dead tooth, an inflammation around an improperly rooted tooth, a cyst, or significant tartar.

Their common feature is that they are bacterial infection and can occur in areas where the body's defense system, the immune system, cannot access it. Thus, the bacteria that “live” there can multiply without any difficulty and get the toxins they produce into our bodies. This is called focal disease.

These bacteria and their by-products can cause systemic diseases such as hair loss, pelvic inflammatory disease, myocarditis, arthritis, but can also affect the health of our skin.

A dental focus usually is a localized chronic infection that under certain circumstances may result in severe local or systemic disease. The most important dental foci are periodontitis, periapical lesions, advanced carious lesions, nonvital pulp, partially impacted teeth and root tips.

Dental screening

In addition to proper dental care, you do the most to maintain the health of your teeth by attending regular dental check-ups. Teeth basically do not have the ability to self-heal, so the sooner we detect the problem, the less significant interventions can solve and even prevent the teeth. damage to your health.

Furthermore, dental health is not only a fundamental issue for the integrity of teeth, but the source of many other health problems often begins in the oral cavity. (It's a good idea to read our blog regularly, it's a common topic.)

Apply for a regular screening test! And of course you don't have to say, don't procrastinate!

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