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Features of surgical stage of dental implantation in complicated anatomical topographical conditions of the lower jaw

Partial and total loss of teeth is one of the most common pathologies of teeth-jaw system, especially in the elderly patients. Presently, common method of replacement of defects of dentition using traditional methods of prosthetics, namely the manufacture of partial and full removable dentures is not always satisfactory for patients.

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The application of PRGF®-ENDORET® in the treatment of post-extraction sockets accelerates the epithelization of soft tissues and promotes bone regeneration

In postextraction protocols for delayed short, medium, and long-term implant placement, it is essential to develop treatments that accelerate regeneration of the soft tissue as well as alveolar bone with the purpose of reducing the patient's waiting time and improving the quality of tissue obtaining.

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The use of plasma-rich growth factors in oral surgery

When we suffer an organ or system injury, the human body releases proteins or cellular signals to stimulate the process of regeneration and repairing. With the new technology at EDC dental center we manage to isolate from the patient's blood the plasma rich in human growth factors that considerably accelerate regeneration process of wounds.

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Fibrin is a biomaterial derived from plasma rich in human growth factors

Fibrin derived from plasma rich in growth factors is probably the best biomaterial for the stimulation of tissue regeneration. This was the conclusion reached by world’s top dental surgeons.

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Plasma rich in growth factors is a personalised technology that has revolutionised the field of regenerative medicine

Technology is based on the preparation of platelet-rich 100% autologous plasma the application of which to damaged tissue areas speeds up the regeneration of a large number of tissues without any adverse effects.

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T-Scan computerized occlusal analysis system for effective dental treatment

Today every patient has a unique opportunity to receive dental treatment using computerized diagnostics. It enables evaluation of the normal occlusal forces distribution and identification of ideal occlusal contacts between opposing maxillary and mandibular teeth. T-Scan is a one-of-the-kind computerized system used to determine and evaluate premature occlusal contacts.
 

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What are growth factors and how do they act?

Growth factors are a set of substances that carry out an important function in intercellular communication.

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All you needed to know about basal implant treatment

If you were told that you have insufficient maxillary bone volume for implant placement, don’t worry. Basal implants are the best solution for patients with severely resorbed maxillary ridges.

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Installation method transinusalnym basal implants in the upper jaw - as an alternative to sinus lift

This work presents a trans-sinus basal implant placement as an alternative solution for the best treatment response and minimally invasive surgery without resorting to sinus elevation.

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Advantages of basal implants over zygomatic implants

Comparative analysis of the two top implants, basal vs. zygomatic.

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PRGF®-Endoret

How does PRGF®-Endoret® technology work? Tissue regeneration. When we suffer an injury, the human body releases proteins (cellular signals) to stimulate the process of repairing.

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Prosthetics treatment with implant-fixed dental prosthesis for immediate loading protocol as an alternative to removable prosthodontic prosthesis

Many patients settle for a maxillary removable prosthesis provided it does not cover the entire palate and the prostheses is less likely to shift. After losing all teeth patients tend to resolve the issue as soon as possible, however avoiding removable full dentures. They consider removable full dentures an outdated treatment. Implants can address the needs of those patients.

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Immediate loading and osseointegration of implants in the cortical bone in retained dystopic teeth sections

In case of retained and dystopic teeth the dentist selects a treatment option according indications either for surgical or prosthetic treatment. Implant treatment for partial hypodontia, retained dystopic canine teeth or premolars require two-stage dental implant placement at a 30 degree angle to the orthopedic construction. So the clinician has to reserve to surgical extraction or exposure of impacted teeth followed by orthodontic alignment.

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