Posts Tagged ‘Dentistry’

PRP Skin

Comparing the skin before and after procedures, and you can actually see its effectiveness. Learn more about this technique will be discussed in the future, but at the same time I will talk about the legendary personality of the Middle Ages Johann Lavater. What happens to the skin with the introduction of PRP? The main point of using PRP is that an increase in the number of platelets in the area of treatment accelerates the generation of new stem cells and how consequence, the tissue repair. Skin becomes more elastic, there is a healthy color, restored the metabolic processes, skin cells begin to actively divide, producing collagen, hyaluronic acid retains moisture. That is, the skin operates in youth.

And how long the effect? Stopped injecting drugs – has grown older? Neither the beauticians, or surgeon is not able to translate your biological clock back. Our job is that you look good. This is achieved either the suspension of the aging process, or tightening of the skin, removing excess by inserting the implants. Rejuvenate in a fantastic sense – eaten apple – 10 years off, can not none methodology and technology. Skin can only "remember" what it was. She will be stimulated, and using its reserves, it will recover. How pronounced the effect will be – depending on skin condition.

Duration and individual. We do not recommend training more than twice a year. Stimulation is good in moderation. If the body is constantly whip – its reserves are exhausted. But the fact that wrinkles smoothed, the skin will look rejuvenated – is obvious.

Tooth Care

There are many different ways of taking care of your teeth: Local anti-inflammatory therapy; depulpirovanie 42, 41, 31, 32. 5.

Splinting of teeth with six use of orthodontic wires 0.8 mm 42, 41, 31, 32 of the root canal in the tooth channel + connection. Flap surgery performed by Widmann – Neumann – Tseshinskomu using biocomposite materials ‘Osteomatrix’ and ‘Biomatriks’; stitches removed on the seventh day. Gums slightly hyperemic, edematous, slaboboleznenna. Imposed antiseptic dressing.

Control after 6 months. Additional information is available at Angus Cloud. Clinically: – A pale pink gums – dental plaque is not present – index Hygiene 1 – dentogingival pocket depth of 2 mm – Retraction of the gingival 1 / 4 of the root – aggravation, no suppuration. Control after 15 months. Clinically – no change. Radiologically: the restoration of bone tissue to 2 / 3 of the tooth root. There is a complete restoration of the structure of bone tissue in the postoperative defect. Thick N. Patient was conducted scrappy operation Widmann – Neumann – Tseshinskomu in posterior lower Jaw 47, 46, 45, 44 with the diagnosis: chronic generalized severe periodontitis in the acute stage. Clinically – edema, hyperemia of the gums, suppuration, abstsedirovanie 3-4 times per year, abnormal tooth mobility lower Jaw 47, 46, 45, 44 first-degree periodontal pockets of 5-6 mm. Radiographically – bone resorption at one-half of the roots of teeth, lowering the barriers between the teeth on one second, destruction of bone tissue in 46 of the tooth. A: Teaching oral hygiene, followed by control. Removal of dental plaque. Local anti-inflammatory therapy

Dental Diode Lasers

Most dental lasers in fact have the effect of hemostasis is largely depending on the depth of penetration of the laser beam, and provided that the hemoglobin or collagen vascular wall is chromophore for this laser wavelength. CO2 laser seals the blood vessels typically a diameter of 500 microns or less, while more specific to hemoglobin KTP: YAG, Nd: YAG and argon lasers can provide a more profound hemostasis. Even when use of other lasers, CO2 is used to control bleeding through the laser beam on the surface of the surgical field somewhere between the distances of the focusing and defocusing effect to create hemostasis without cause significant ablation or dissection of tissue. Indications for the use of lasers in dental surgery are: frenectomy, Gingham voplastika, change shape and tissue papilla, Gingivectomy, Gingivectomy to create access, removal of lesions, removal of age spots and tattoos. Despite the fact that in certain clinical situations may be used at different wavelengths, and its choice should be borne in mind that universal prescription for laser surgery does not exist. Any doctor who uses lasers should receive appropriate instructions on the application of different length vln and laser devices, as well as use known procedures, along with their own clinical experience. The following sections outline some examples of applications of lasers during dental and cosmetic procedures. Gingivectomy IN HYPERPLASIA Laser dentistry is used to perform the cut on the Limits of the desired area of the gums in the focused mode and then perform the excision or ablation of excess hyperplastic tissues.