Contemporary dentistry is based on the principle of the least invasive methods that imply the preservation of the dental tissue as much as possible, and dental fillings that are nowadays used are not only functional but also of high aesthetic quality.
Our office uses materials produced by the American manufacturer 3M for the creation of white fillings, and we can also use glass ionomer cement, ceramic, gold

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Orthodontics is a specialist branch of dental medicine - dentistry. It is focused on diagnoses and treatment of tooth, jaw and jaw joint disorders. Knowledge of how teeth and facial bones grow and develop are prerequisites for early detection and correction of malformations. 

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Dental prosthetics deals with the replacement of lost teeth and soft parts of the oral cavity with the use of total or partial prostheses, crowns, and bridges. What was important in dental prosthetics was to find a material that is both aesthetically acceptable and resistant enough to stand all the forces that develop during the chewing.

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Endodontics is a dental speciality that is concerned with the diseases of the contents from dental root canals, i.e. dental pulp. Problems with dental pulp can be caused by many reasons, one of which is dental caries, of course. When bacteria and their toxins reach the tooth chamber, they cause an inflammation called pulpitis. Furthermore, bacteria and toxins can cause the interruption of blood supply to the tooth and death of the root canal contents, and that is when gangrene can occur. 

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Paediatric dentistry or pedodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals with the prevention of jaw irregularities and conditions, teeth treatment in children, as well as the promotion of health education. According to the definition of the World Health Organization, health education is an active process of teaching and training an individual and community how to use the gained knowledge about mental, physical and social health.

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 Oral surgery is a specialist branch of dentistry that deals with diagnoses and surgical treatment of irregularities and pathological tooth changes, soft tissues, and bone structures in the orofacial region. Oral surgery often finds its purpose in other dentistry fields, so it is used in the preparation for other types of interventions in the spheres of implantology and orthodontics.

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Dental fillings (fillings) belong to the part of reconstructive treatment that is indicated in case of minor damage or fractures of the teeth. In the case of large-scale damage, they must be solved with restorations called prosthetic crowns, which can be made of different materials. They can also be made of different materials.

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It is a field of dentistry that deals with the characteristics of supporting dental tissues, as well as diseases and conditions that affect them. Supporting tissues consist of the cementum (a hard dental structure surrounding the root), the alveolar bone (a bone structure where teeth are held), the periodontium (fibres placed in different directions to form a connection between the tooth and alveolar bone; they suppress forces, pass them on the bone, and stimulate), and gingiva (gums surrounding the bone structures). 

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Preventive dental care is very important throughout our lives, regardless of age. Proper oral hygiene at home and regular check-ups every six months are a prerequisite for keeping your teeth healthy over the years. Here are a few simple steps to help prevent plaque buildup and caries occurrence: - brush your teeth at least twice a day with a medium-hard toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste to remove food residue and plaque from tooth surfaces.

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