Special cases treatments

This dental service consists of:

90% of the patients who undergo dental surgical procedures choose to be intravenously sedated for their comfort and the safety of the procedure.

For the patient’s safety, after the dental evaluation, an echocardiogram with the anesthesist is mandatory in order to run all the tests required before undergoing the surgery.

The general anesthesia is a very safe technique and it entails the continuous monitoring of the vital signs during the surgery.

The anesthetic performed through inhalation with the help of nitrous oxide also known as as the “cosmic gas” and it offers the patient a relaxation state. It is ideal for children but also for the patients afraid of needles or the noise made by the dental turbine.

Causes:

  • 95% plaque is on the tongue surface
  • Patients with advanced paradontal diseases
  • incorrectly performed obturataions, scale
  • gastro-intestinal problems , problems with the breathing tract, sinusitis
  • smoking
  • xerostomia (dry mouth sensation)

Prevention

  • correct daily brushing, after each meal
  • using dental floss
  • using antiseptic mouthwash
  • quit smoking
  • dental prevention twice a year
  • cleaning the tongue with specific instruments

The Oral ID is the only equipment in the world which recognised by the American Dental Association for being able to trace any type of oral cancer in its’ incipient phase.

Two minutes are enough to intraoral scan the soft tissues of the mouth cavity with the purpose of detecting oral cancer, pre-cancer and the HPV (Human Papiloma Virus).  The test is painless, nu does not irradiate and it is recommended to be performed twice a year.

Oral Cancer Screening is the safest way of testing for oral cancer available in Romania.

In the first pregnancy trimester administering any type of drugs, performing X-rays must be avoided as much as possible and anesthesia can be performed with due diligence because the child’s organs are developed in this period. Any external stimuli can affect the organs and it can have severe repercussions on the fetus.

It is recommendable to undergo dental treatment during the second trimester.

Also during the pregnancy the following facts must be taken into account:

  • Anesthesia is not to be performed with anesthesics which contain adrenaline
  • Dental extractions must be avoided as much as possible during the first trimester and the last month of the pregnancy. They can only be done between the 4th and the 6th month.
  • Routine X-rays and those for non-urgent treatment should be postponed until after the birth.

Dental problems during the pregnancy:

  • Gum problems are the dental pathology specific for pregnant women. They appear in the second and the third month and they reach their peak during the 5th and the 7th pregnancy month.
  • Dental cavity: It increases by 20% during pregnacy
  • Dental hyperesthesia
  • Paradontosis: The first and second degree of dental mobility can be installed

In order to avoid problems during the pregnancy, one must have a healthy diet, a correct dental hygiene and a close collaboration with the dentist.

The paradontosis is a chronic inflammatory affection of the gum. It manifests itself at the level of tissues which sustain the teeth – gums, paradontal ligament, alveolar bone. It can lead to teeth loss because of the soft tissue loss and the loss of the bone maintaining the teeth.

The main cause of paradontosis is plaque. The daily brushing, using dental floss and the regular professional cleaning can lower the chances of the disease’s appearance.

The paradontosis treatments depend on the type of disease dignosed and also on the measurements of the paradontosis defects on the paradontosis diaphragm /+ the help depending on the DIODA laser

– hyaluronic acid is also helpful in the case of paradontosis surgeries

– the enamel matrix derivative Emdogain – adjuvant measures to help in the treatment depending on the circumstances and demands

– Bio-Oss / Bio Gide are the materials which help predicting a paradontosis treatment according to the last 25 years studies and recorded cases.

Using the dental microscope in endodontics consistently improves the visibility of the details

  • enlarging the radicular channels between 2, 4 and 19 times makes the treatments have a higher success rate
  • increased endodontics treatment precision: with the help of the microscope even micro fisures and fractures on the tooth surface can be spoted
  • correct diagnostic
  • it allows saving the tooth
  • It facilitates a better communication with the patient due to the possibility of taking pictures and/or recordings during the endodontics treatment
  • A larger part of the healthy dental structure can be saved

Only the dentist can establish from the first visit if the patient needs a mouth guard or not.

Snoring can cause a series of complications which can directly affect the heath condition and the life quality. The studies show that snoring affects 20% of the population. 3/5 men and 2/5 women snore after the age of 45.

The apnea represents cutting off the air flow at the nose and mouth level for at least 10 seconds during sleep.

The snoring causes are:

  • Overweight
  • the edem of the breathing mucus due to flu, rhinitis and sept deviations
  • Vices such as smoking, drinking, using dedatives which lead to the narrowing of the breathing airways and the persisting of snoring.
  • Atony and hypotonia of the tongue muscles
  • nasal polyps or the adenoid vegetations
  • allergies

The dentist can notice alteration in the mucus during the different treatments such as swollen uvula or edems of the perifaringiene regions, in that moment, the patient is asked about snoring and he can be directed to an ENT specialist for a thorough checkup.

The diabetes patient is a very common case in the dental cabinets and the ideal management is the divided medical care performed by the diabetes medic, endocronologist, cardiologist and the dentist

The persons diagnosed with diabetes can have several complications:

  • deficitary wound healing, slow cicatrisation
  • Diabetic ketoacidosis
  • infections
  • electrolyte imbalance
  • favorable in the case of total edentation

Diabetes is a disease which can affect the whole organism including the mouth cavity. Dental care is extremely important for diabetics because they have a higher risk of developing dental problems than the persons without this disease due to the poorly maintained blood sugar levels. The harder to control the sugar level, the higher the amount of dental problems.

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