Dental Treatments in Prague
Our clinic undertakes the full range of other dental treatments, some of which are described below.
Extractions: In certain circumstances it is necessary to extract damaged or infected teeth. Implants and bridges can then be used to replace the tooth. Extractions are done under an appropriate anaesthetic and are painless. The dentist will advise you of the post extraction activities necessary to ensure rapid healing. For 24 hours after an extraction you should not smoke or rinse your mouth vigorously, and you should drink through a straw. The dentist will recommend of provide medication for possible pain after the extraction.
Orthodontics (braces): An orthodontic problem is called a malocclusion, meaning ”bad bite“. Orthodontics deals with straightening and aligning badly positioned teeth, including crowded teeth, extra teeth, missing teeth or jaws that are out of alignment. Children and adults can both benefit from orthodontics. Treatment may take a little longer for adults and, because an adult’s facial bones are no longer growing, certain corrections may not be accomplished with braces alone. The average length of time for using the braces varies with individual patients but is often around 24 months. There are many different types of braces. We can arrange a consultation with an orthodontic specialist who can prepare you a treatment plan.
Periodontal work (gum disease): Periodontal work is the prevention and healing of periodontal disease or gum disease. That is an infection attacking the gums and bone where the tooth is held. The disease is caused by bad dental hygiene, mainly the lack of proper daily brushing and flossing, which leads to build up of plaque around the gums and then to infection and inflammation of the gums. Periodontal disease in its various stage is very common. Symptoms include bad breath, receding gums, swollen gums, bleeding gums when brushing and ultimately loose teeth and loss of teeth.
The first stage is a mild gum disease called gingivitis. The next stages are early and advanced periodontal disease, where the infection is attacking and damaging gum and bone. Early diagnostics is possible by regular dental examinations including the dentist measuring spaces between gums and teeth with a probe. Mild forms of the disease can be prevented and treated with proper daily brushing and flossing and with regular professional dental cleaning and scaling. Our hygienist will instruct you in the proper techniques for brushing and flossing. Treating advance forms of the disease may require surgical methods to be undertaken by a specialist. Gum disease must be cleared before undertaking many other dental procedures.
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