• Features of the surgical stage of dental implantation under complex anatomical and topographic conditions of the lower jaw

    Partial and complete tooth loss is one of the most common pathologies of the dentition, especially in the elderly. The generally accepted technique for replacing dentition defects using traditional prosthetics, namely the manufacture of partial and complete dentures, does not always satisfy patients.
    From this point of view, the manufacture of orthopedic constructions based on dental implants is promising.
    Very often, tooth loss is accompanied by significant atrophy of the alveolar processes and complex anatomical and topographic conditions, while the installation of dental implants becomes a rather difficult problem.

  • The use of PRGF®-ENDORET® to accelerate bone and soft tissue regeneration in post-extraction alveoli

    The development of treatment methods to accelerate the regeneration of soft tissues and alveolar bone is vital for delayed protocols, for short, medium or long term, in order to reduce the waiting time for the patient and improve the quality of the regenerated tissue. Filling the PRGF®-ENDORET® post-extraction well with its subsequent compaction with autogenous fibrin allows us to obtain a sufficient quantity (density indices of more than 500 Hounsfield units) and quality (bone I, II and III type) of the alveolar bone to ensure the primary stability of the implants, both in the internal and external walls of the alveoli, for a time period of 4 to 8 weeks. Treatment of wells after removal using PRGF®-ENDORET® and autologous fibrin is a simple, economical and predictable bio-technological process for the regeneration of the alveolar bone and keratinized gums, which can significantly reduce the patient's waiting time without any side effects, as shown by long-term an experience.

  • Plasma enriched with human growth factors in surgical dentistry

    When organs and systems are damaged, the human body releases proteins or cellular signals that stimulate the regeneration and recovery process. Using a new technology, thanks to which plasma enriched with human growth factors is released from the patient’s own blood, the healing process can be accelerated several times.

  • Fundamentals of plasma enriched with human growth factors: fibrin as a biomaterial

    Calcium acts as a cofactor in the process of activating plasma enriched with growth factors, which allows the conversion of plasma fibrinogen to fibrin, thereby forming a gel or clot with the most important biological functions. On the one hand, fibrin is an excellent matrix for the content and location of cells, it acts as a temporary framework, while a certain tissue is regenerated, as well as a permanent system of secretion of growth factors.

  • T-Scan Computer Diagnostic Technology for Effective Dentistry

    Today, each patient who wondered: “Where to treat teeth?” Has a unique opportunity to use the computer diagnostics technology in the ECC, which allows to correctly distribute the masticatory load, and also to determine the ideal contact of the teeth on the upper and lower jaw. The computer system for the detection and analysis of premature dental contacts T-Scan has no analogues in the world.

  • What are growth factors and how do they behave?

    Growth factors are a type of substance that performs an important function in intercellular communication. They also perform many other biological functions, the most important of which is cell proliferation, although they still directly affect cell survival, migration, differentiation, and even apoptosis.

  • All about basal implantation

    If you have been told that you don’t have enough bones on your upper jaw to install implants, don’t worry. The best means of resolving cases of significant bone resorption in the upper jaw are basal implants. Basal implants are substitutional zygomatic implants, which are the best solution for patients who need implants placed on the upper jaw.

  • Dental prosthetics on implants with fixed structures in the immediate loading protocol as an alternative to removable prosthetics

    Most patients in prosthetic dentistry agree to use removable dentures on the upper jaw, provided that the areas of the hard palate remain free of the prosthesis plates, and the prostheses themselves are not excessively mobile. After the loss of all teeth, patients seek to resolve this problem as quickly as possible, nevertheless trying to avoid installing a complete removable denture. In their opinion, a complete removable denture is an outdated treatment method. Implantology can satisfy the needs of such patients.