In modern times, the aesthetics of the individual features of the person play a dominant role. The appearance of a bright smile and healthy teeth and gums contribute to the positive image of the person and increase the self-confidence of the person.
We provide the possibility of correcting the overall image of the mouth and smile, according to the "golden rule" of aesthetics, with interventions ranging from simple bleaching to resin or porcelain faces, all-ceramic crowns and mild interventions on the lips and the perioral area with hyaluronic acid.
RITINE - PORCELAIN FACETS
They are a simple and relatively non-invasive method of dental restoration, helping to deliver a perfect and harmonious smile. Typically, a minimum tooth finishing is required, only on its outer (atomic) surface, creating the appropriate space for bonding the particularly thin faces (peels).
With this technique, the ideal features are attributed to a smile, as we have the ability to intervene and change, according to the "golden rule" of aesthetics, the size, shape and color of the teeth. Thus, the perfect, harmonious smile is achieved. The views of RETIN are divided into 2 categories:
direct, held at a session in the practice
and indirect ones, manufactured by the laboratory and carried out in 2 sessions.
Advantage of the resin faces is the lowest cost and the ability to complete them in one session, while the disadvantage is discoloration in the long run, as the composite resin has the property of adsorbing colors over time.
PORCELAIN facades are made from all-ceramic materials, which have the advantage of longevity of restorations as they do not discolour and lose their original shine, preserving their original features intact and unaltered after many years.
In special cases where the faces, due to limited dental preparation (grinding), can not produce the desired result, the all-ceramic hoops are used. These are welded fixings where they lack a metal frame to achieve a perfect aesthetic effect.
They are placed on the outer surface of the anterior teeth painlessly without damaging them and there is a variety of sizes and shapes.
Hyaluronic acid is a glycosaminoprotein, a naturally occurring hydrophilic substance in the human body, and thus has the ability to bind water and even 1000 times its weight, thus contributing to hydration, firmness and elasticity of the epidermis. Over time, however, its normal secretion from the body decreases, resulting in the appearance of the first fine lines and wrinkles, as well as the reduction in the volume of the lips.
It is used as a filler for filling the wrinkles of the perioral area (mouth wrinkles, lips wrinkles, wrinkles, nose wrinkles or smoker wrinkles, marionette lines) and on the other hand to improve the contour of the lips and to increase their volume.
It is the least invasive method of smile improvement, with excellent results, as it is feasible to make teeth up to 8 times a whiter.
The smallest teeth wear is not caused, as it is a totally reversible process and is associated with the temporary opening of the teeth micropores.
With bleaching, only the color of natural teeth changes, and not any existing blockages or prosthetic restorations.
There are 3 whitening methods:
1. Bleaching made with special transparent nipples, completely personalized as they result from fingerprints (measures) from the patient's mouth. These nails are applied 4-6 hours a day, usually during sleep and the duration of treatment is 2-3 weeks.
2. Bleaching in one or two sessions in the clinic, with 2-3 repeated twenty-minute cycles of application of the specific bleach.
3. Combination, which involves the combination of the first and the second method.
Finally, a special whitening category is the internal bleaching, carried out in decayed and dyschromic teeth.
Implants are the modern method of replacing missing teeth in the mouth. They are metallic elements that represent the root of the tooth and their composition is of titanium that is biologically fully compatible with the human body. They are placed with small jaw bone surgery where they stay for a period of 4-6 months << buried >> under the gums to make complete osteoinstruction. Temporary prosthetic restorations for the aesthetic and functional comfort of the patient are constructed for this time.
At the end of this time, permanent prosthetic work is constructed, which may include the placement of a rim or a stationary bridge to denture dentures that are firmly held according to the treatment plan decided by the principle based on radiographic, clinical and conjunctive factors always optimal aesthetic and functional restoration.
We collaborate with internationally recognized implant companies and each patient is given the unique Implant ID code used and provided by the manufacturer.
The solution of implants is increasingly preferred as the adjacent teeth do not roll, as is the case with classical prosthetic prostheses, and they are also a barrier to bone loss that occurs when there is a loss of teeth.
By the term prosthetic restorations we mean those technical constructions with which we restore the teeth. They are divided into immovable and movable.
Fixings that are either welded to teeth or implants can restore a tooth so they are called holes or missing teeth, so called bridges. They are made of porcelain in a metal frame (zirconia) or zirconia (white hard ceramic material with a better final aesthetic result) and in the area of front teeth where aesthetics plays a leading role in all ceramic materials.
Mobile as their name says can be removed from the mouth and divided into partial and total dentures. They are made of acrylic resin with the support of metal skeleton where necessary.
Each time after careful clinical, radiographic, occlusal and aesthetic evaluation, we propose the appropriate recovery plan that will ensure optimal functional and aesthetic performance. We are next to the patient with detailed information to solve any questions, from the smallest to the most complex incident.
The periodontium consists of a number of tissues including the maxillary bone (chamber), fibrous connective tissue that connects the root of the tooth with the chamber and gums that cover these tissues leaving space for the tooth that projects into the mouth.
Gingivitis and periodontitis are the two main diseases of the periodontium that, if not treated in a timely fashion, result in the loss of teeth.
Symptoms include a variety of gum bleeding, poor oral breathing, tooth mobility, periodontal abscesses, dental thinning resulting in their loss.
The main reason for causing such conditions is poor oral hygiene and the consequent accumulation of microbial plaque and tartar (stone). There are other general diseases contribute to faster development of periodontal disease such as diabetes, thyroid disease, osteoporosis receiving bisphosphonates, radiation and more, while smoking is considered an aggravating factor.
The treatment consists of deep cleansing of the inflammatory periodontal regions either conservatively or surgically. In some cases bone grafting can be regenerated.
However, basic treatment is the application of proper oral hygiene, in the learning of which we pay particular attention, because without it no effect can be sustained over time.
Supply is the control and periodontal treatment before taking drugs such as bisphosphonates (for osteoporosis or bone cancer) or radiation to the jaw area, as this can later lead to bad situations such as with the appearance of osteonecrosis of the jaws.
Endodontic treatment aims to relieve the pain of dental aetiology. For many reasons, various causes such as deep teeth, tooth injuries, bruising can cause infection or necrosis of the tooth (nerve) of the tooth resulting in cold or hot pain symptoms, chest pain, acute pulpitis and abscess.
In those cases where the prognosis of tooth durability is good, endodontic therapy (denervation) is necessary. It consists in cleansing, disinfecting and hermetic occlusion of the root canals of the tooth.
In our area we perform the complete range of endodontics with the use of modern instruments such as motorized root canal expansion and laser use.
It is the most contemporary aesthetic choice of orthodontics as it is made with special thin transparent narthexes that are absolutely aesthetic or not visible from your surroundings. The splits are manufactured digitally through special software on the PC.
The "invisible" orthodontics, beyond its aesthetic advantage, contributes to maintaining good oral hygiene, as it is removed whenever the patient wants it easily and quickly, while not injuring the soft tissues (lip, gums, tongue).
The only limitation of "invisible" orthodontics is that it does not apply to orthogonal anomalies.
Modern dentistry should be both remedial and preventive, both for childhood and for adulthood.
We care from childhood to avoid tooth decay, initially in newborns and later to permanent teeth, but also to prevent the occurrence of gum disease (gingivitis, periodontitis).
As part of a pre-emptive program, we apply:
// Regular fluorescence, every six months or year.
// Sealants (preventive holes and holes). Special occlusive material is applied in the grooves and cavities of the posterior teeth to avoid tooth decay due to retention of food in these areas. It is a completely painless and fast method and does not even require a wheel.
// Precursor composite resin impregnations (PRR).
// Directions for proper oral hygiene.
The soft tissue lasers of the canal type are used in several dental work as a primary or adjunctive treatment. Its use requires minimal to no local anesthesia for most work involving:
► Surgery without bleeding, such as:
// disclosing implants
// removal of small volumes
// ablation of braces
► Disinfection and sterilization operations in Periodontology (periodontitis treatment) and Endodontics (disinfection of contaminated root canals).
|Treatment of oral-facial pain
The temporomandibular joint along with the masseter muscles and the teeth are the parts of the stomagnetal system responsible for chewing.
Several causes, such as teeth blockage, teeth bruising, joint injuries, and various other conditions can lead to symptoms that include a variety of noise (clicking or cracking) in the jaw movement, joint pain or even generalized headaches, swelling in the ears, chewing, etc.
Treatment of these include the use of sutures that, in combination with physiotherapy exercises, diathermy and dental closure interventions, can restore joint function.
In our clinic we provide all daily dental procedures such as emergency treatment (pain, fracture, etc.), aesthetic implants, inserts and resin or porcelain inserts, tooth and sponge removal, immobilized and mobile prosthetic restorations, periodontal diseases, cleaning and cleaning teeth, with excellent and guaranteed results.