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Dental Bridge

What is a dental bridge?

If you have missing teeth, your dentist can close — or bridge — the gaps in your smile with dental bridges. A dental bridge is a false tooth (called a pontic) that is held in place by the abutment teeth on either side of the gap. Although pontics can be made from a variety of materials such as gold, typically they’re made from porcelain to aesthetically blend in with your natural teeth.

Dental bridge types

There are four main types of dental bridges:

  • traditional
  • cantilever
  • Maryland
  • implant-supported


Traditional dental bridge

A traditional dental bridge consists of a false tooth or teeth being held in place by dental crowns that have been cemented onto each of the abutment teeth. A traditional bridge is the most popular type of dental bridge and can be used when you have natural teeth on both sides of the gap created by your missing tooth.


Cantilever dental bridge

Although similar to a traditional bridge, the pontic in a cantilever dental bridge is held in place by a dental crown that is cemented to only one abutment tooth. For a cantilever bridge, you only need one natural tooth next to the missing tooth gap.


Maryland dental bridge

Similar to a traditional bridge, Maryland dental bridges employ two natural abutment teeth, one on each side of the gap. However, while a traditional bridge uses dental crowns on the abutment teeth, a Maryland bridge uses a framework of either metal or porcelain that is bonded onto the backs of the abutment teeth.

Like a traditional bridge, a Maryland bridge can only be used when you have a natural tooth on each side of the gap caused by the missing tooth or teeth.


Implant-supported dental bridge

As the name implies, implant-supported bridges use dental implants as opposed to crowns or frameworks. Typically, one implant is surgically placed for every missing tooth, and these implants hold the bridge in position. If one implant for each missing tooth isn’t possible, the bridge may have a pontic suspended between two implant-supported crowns.

Considered the strongest and most stable system, an implant-supported bridge commonly requires two surgeries:

  • one to embed the implants in the jawbone
  • a second surgery to place the bridge

It can take a number of months for the procedure to be completely finished.

What does a dental bridge cost?

There are many variables that can affect the price including:

  • number of teeth needed to fill the gap
  • materials used, such as composite resin, zirconia, or metal alloy covered in resin
  • complexity/difficulty of the placement
  • additional treatments for other dental issues, such as gum disease


The costs also depend on the type of bridge that you select:

  • Traditional or cantilever bridges typically cost €100 for one pontic and a crown for each abutment tooth.
  • Maryland bridges typically cost €100€150 for one pontic with the framework, or wings, attached to the abutment teeth.
  • An implant-supported bridge could cost €150€500 for a bridge with two dental implants spanning three or four teeth.


Dental bridge vs. dental implant

Many dental insurance plans cover bridges, and many now cover implants as well. A dental bridge may need to be replaced every 5 to 15 years, depending on proper care, while implants are considered a permanent solution. There are factors that can reduce the life of all types of bridges, including implants, such as dental hygiene.

Why do I need a dental bridge?

When you have a missing tooth or missing teeth, it can affect you in a number of ways. A dental bridge can address those changes, including:

  • restoring your smile
  • restoring the ability to properly chew
  • restoring your speech and pronunciation
  • maintaining the shape of your face
  • re-adjusting your bite to properly distribute the force when you chew
  • preventing your remaining teeth from moving out of the correct position


If you’re missing a tooth or a number of teeth, you have different replacement options to discuss with a dentist. There are many benefits to using dental bridges, and there are many factors — including costs — that you should consider before making a decision.

We are waiting for you in Republic of Moldova at the Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic to provide you with a specialist consultation with detailed information and a personalized treatment plan.

For appointments you can call us at +373-265-2-19-90 or fill the form bellow and get your free cost estimation!


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How much are dental implants in Republic of Moldova?

What is a dental implant?

Did your dentist tell you that you need a dental implant, but you’re not sure what a dental implant really is, or what a dental implant includes? Missing one or more of your teeth creates an imbalance in your smile, affects your ability to chew properly, and can change your eating habits, which leads many to become undernourished by eating the wrong foods just because they are easy to eat. If a tooth remains missing for too long, it can lead to bone loss in your jaw, which will further complicate the need to get dental implants.

When you lose a tooth, your mandible begins to contract and becomes fragile from lack of function. When this happens, a bone graft is often necessary before an implant can be placed.

Losing a tooth affects your smile. Losing several teeth can affect the proportions of your face causing you to appear older and unhealthy.

Dental implants are effectively replacement teeth with dental screws introduced into the bone to provide extended reinforcement and support for crowns and dentures. Dental implants are the cutting-edge of tooth replacement. Most dental implants are virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth and are often much stronger. Today’s implants osseointegrate with your bone to give support for crowns and dentures. In other words, a dental implant will actually allow bone to grow through it, so that the implant becomes as strong as a regular tooth…perhaps stronger.

Dental Implant Pricing:

In the USA and Canada, a dental implant can cost anywhere from $4000-$6000. This includes the implant post or screw, abutment and crown…depending on the materials. The cost for a complete dental implant with a high quality post, abutment and crown of porcelain, eMax or zirconia in Republic of Moldova’s  Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic will cost €200 to €400.

What are the advantages of dental implants?

  • Maintain and Preserve Your Jaw Bone
  • Look Younger…and Feel Self Confident
  • You Only Get One Smile…Keep It Looking Good!

Dental Implants are light, strong, compatible with living tissue and are made from titanium, the safest material in dental and oral implants.

Choose from individual dental implants, implant-supported fixed bridges, or implant-supported dentures! For more precise pricing, fill out the find a dentist form on this site. And we will contact you to discuss your need and more exact pricing for your procedures.

What are the parts of a dental implant?


The implant or fixture is the titanium screw like cylinder surgically inserted into bone that acts as an anchor for a crown to replace the missing tooth. Implant screws work like natural tooth roots. An implant takes between three to six months to integrate to bone. The average price of a dental implant in Republic of Moldova varies from €200 to €400.


The abutment is the part that passes through the gum into the mouth and is attached onto the dental implant fixture or screw. There are temporary abutments, prefabricated abutments (straight, angled), custom abutments (zirconia, titanium, various other metals; milled, and cast types); and abutments to use for overdenture attachments.

The cost of the abutment ranges from €50 to €150 in Republic of Moldova Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic.


The restoration, prosthesis or superstructure is the part that sits above the gum on one or more abutments to restore the space caused by missing teeth. This part can be cemented or screwed onto the abutment. The prosthesis may be a single tooth, multiple teeth or a denture held in place by implants:

Dental implants with a crown

Dental implants are placed into the bone in a pain-free procedure. The bone and gums will be given time to heal before a crown are attached. In most cases, a temporary crown will be placed during the same appointment the implant is placed. An implant porcelain crown is often fused to precious metals, non-precious metals or zirconia. Prices range from €50 to €200 depending on the materials used.

Multiple Teeth or Full Mouth Restorations

If all upper or lower teeth are missing, it is possible to place multiple dental implants to support a denture. Due to bone shrinking, traditional dentures become loose and unbalanced over time. Dental implant supported dentures maintain bone so they stabilize in your mouth. Depending on the materials used to manufacture your dentures (acrylic, ceramage, and porcelain) and the amount of implants placed (4 to 6), the prices will vary. In the USA, a full mouth restoration can cost €35,000-€60,000. In Moldova, high quality full mouth restorations can cost from €3,000 to €5,000.

We are waiting for you in Republic of Moldova at the Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic to provide you with a specialist consultation with detailed information and a personalized treatment plan.

For appointments you can call us at +373-265-2-19-90 or fill the form bellow and get your free cost estimation!


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What is the difference between dental appliances that stick to the outer face and those that stick to the inside of the teeth?

When it comes to orthodontic treatments, the dental appliance is the “weapon” of any orthodontist. It is the dental device that helps align the harmonious and functional teeth and obtain a healthy and healthy bite. There are extremely many dental devices on the market, some less visible, others on the contrary. However, what is the difference between dental appliances that stick to the outer face and those that stick to the inside of the teeth?

The dental device is recommended for all age groups and is the choice of the patient what kind of device he or she wants to wear. “Teeth can be moved and aligned at any age,” explains the orthodontists.

In the case of adults, the fixed device, the one that sticks to the teeth, has two large groups, some visible and some invisible. The visible ones stick to the outer face of the teeth and can be metallic or physiognomic, ceramic or sapphire.

The invisible ones are stuck on the inside of the teeth, they can even be gold. Like the Incognito device, which personalizes for each patient. Or, like the Invisalign, which is a succession of transparent guitars every two weeks. The number of needles required for a treatment depends on the severity of the abnormality.

Does orthodontic treatment hurt?

Installing your dental appliance is a painless procedure. It takes about an hour for each arcade. However, the dental patient may experience local discomfort for several days due to the springs.

There is pain immediately after the appliance is collapsed or after activation sessions, it may vary from person to person. It can be a little embarrassment or more intense pain.

We are waiting for you at the Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic to provide you with a specialist consultation with detailed information and a personalized treatment plan. For appointments you can call us at +373-265-2-19-90!


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Why is it okay to find dental caries in time?

Dental caries are one of the most common dental conditions suffered by millions of people worldwide and, according to Ipssoss Marketing in 2015, more than 80% of people have caries. But what are dental caries and why should they be discovered and treated until it is too late?

Caria is the most common dental condition. This occurs when bacteria in the oral cavity produce tooth-attacking, untreated, which can cause infections and may even lead to loss of tooth. Once it has passed the enamel, the caries move faster through the dentin and reach the pulp, causing inflammation and infection.

The most prone parts of the caries are the teeth surfaces that make up the bite and the teeth areas, the place where food remains often and where the toothbrush gets harder.

At first, it does not show any symptoms. Pain or blackheads on teeth begin to appear when the caries lengthen. The main sign of the appearance of a dental caries is their color. Colors, either in the form of a stain or in the form of a dot, may be the beginning of a dental caries and should be kept under observation.

Pain is also a sign of the appearance of a dental caries. If the patient hurts, there are chances for the root to be affected.

And the unpleasant smell of your mouth may signal the presence of an unwanted carriage. That is why if a patient has an unpleasant smell, they should go to the dentist for an emergency.

Like any dental disease detected early, and cavities are much easier to treat at an early stage when they do not affect the root.

How to treat caries?

In the early stages of dental care, the dentist applies fluoride to the affected area, which helps stop the caries and remineralize the tooth. However, in order for the problem not to evolve, it is necessary to maintain strict hygiene using a fluoride toothpaste. Later, channel fillings are performed after the infection site is properly cleaned.

Do you have teeth problems? Are you looking for a team of dental professionals? Nothing easier. Call the + 373-265-2-19-90 phone number and a specialist at the Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic will advise you.


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The causes of a bad smell and how we can get rid of it

Bad smell is a problem faced by more and more people. Even if it is not a serious illness, the unpleasant odor of the mouth, also called halen, may affect the self-confidence of those who suffer from this condition. But what are the causes of bad breath, a disease that, according to statistics, affects 5 out of 6 people?

The main causes of bad breath are often dental problems and lack of proper oral hygiene.

First of all, it should be noted that dental brushing, complemented by the use of dental floss, helps to clean the teeth and the entire mouth, thus reducing the risk of developing oral bacteria. In fact, these bacteria are responsible for bad breath.

At the same time, food is also responsible for the hale. For example, eating strong odors such as garlic, onions, leeks, some spices or cheeses are responsible for bad breath. There are, however, foods that, although they do not have a pungent odor at first glance, can produce bad breath, as is the case with coffee, after ingestion.

Dry mouth can also cause a bad smell as saliva plays a very important role in keeping the optimal level of bacteria and ph in the mouth. Saliva has the “mission” to clean the oral cavity and to remove foreign particles.

Other causes of halen are the result of underlying conditions. Some cancers and metabolic diseases cause specific smells of breathing because of the substances they produce.

How do you get rid of bad breath?

In order to get rid of this condition, it is necessary first of all to visit the dentist to determine the causes. Then the patient can use mouthwash, may have a stricter hygiene, give up cigarettes, and consume more water to have a pH of the optimal oral cavity to prevent cavities and naturally eliminate the causes of halenna.

Do you have breathing problems? Are you looking for a team of dental professionals? Nothing easier. Call the + 373-265-2-19-90 phone number and a Dental Clinic Sanelen DENT will advise you.


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Your Dental Tour

High Quality at Affordable Prices

1. What is dental tourism?

The world economy crisis is affecting all of us. With our economy unstable, you never know what tomorrow might bring. We’re all desperately trying to save more money, yet our medical needs remain the same. We have to take care of our health, and especially of our teeth. High cost means many of us avoid all but the most urgent of dental treatment. But now, there’s a very simple solution – dental tourism.

Dental tourism, as a part of more general medical tourism, has existed for many years, of course. But over recent years, it has significantly grown in popularity. And the reason is obvious. When times are tough, dental tourism saves you money while allowing you to travel abroad for a great holiday at the same time.

The formula is very simple. Dental costs in the US and Western Europe are generally higher than you would pay for the same treatment abroad – and that includes the cost of travel and accommodation, food and even spending money. If you live in the US or Western Europe, it is simple to arrange dental treatment in Eastern Europe – in the Republic of Moldova. On average, costs in the Republic of Moldova are 70% less than in the Western Europe and US.

Here are some examples. Dentists can charge €300 to €400 for a Dental Filling in Europe. This costs only €40 to €50 in the Republic of Moldova. A Root Canal is €800 in the West, but only €100 to €200 in the Republic of Moldova. Dentures can cost €1000 overseas, but only €200 in the Republic of Moldova. As you can see, the difference is considerable, especially when you have many teeth requiring treatment.

2. Why choose the Republic of Moldova for dental treatment?

We have combined two different areas – DENTISTRY and PROFESSIONAL TRAVEL SERVICE – in one product in order to provide you with very individual, friendly and attentive service.

Why choose Republic of Moldova for dental treatment? Here are the facts.

Moldavian dentistry is famous across the world, especially among US and Western Europe citizens. Lots of Moldavian dentists have studied and worked in the USA and Western Europe. Moldavian dentistry has some great advantages…


Chisinau (the capital of the Republic of Moldova) is very easy to get to! Direct flights to Chisinau are available from many airports in the Western Europe and US.


Sanelen DENT dental clinic uses only advanced dental materials imported from the UK, Germany, Switzerland and the USA.

Experienced dentists provide guarantees and professional care.

The senior dental specialists have over 10 years of continuous experience.

The dental laboratory and clinic are based in the same location, which means there are no delays between the dentist and technician.

All appointments are booked and confirmed before you will get to Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic, so there are no longer waiting times for a dental visit!

Dental Tour Sanelen Dent Moldova


Dentists can charge €300 to €400 for a Dental Filling in Europe. It costs only €40 to €50 in the Republic of Moldova. A Root Canal is €800 in the West but only €100 to €200 in the Republic of Moldova. Dentures can cost €1000 overseas but only €200 in the Republic of Moldova.


We don’t just organise your dental treatment. We want you to get the most from your visit to the Republic of Moldova, so we offer tailor-made tour packages for every individual client.

We provide professional travel/concierge services and 24/7 support from multilingual Personal Assistants FREE OF CHARGE.

Our services include:

  • Best prices for round-trip flights
  • Accommodation in Republic of Moldova
  • Transfers from/to the airport
  • Personal accompaniment FREE OF CHARGE
  • Excursions & Interpreter services
  • Leisure & Entertainment management
  • Recommendations for the best venues in the city, day and night

Compare the prices!

Examinations / Diagnostics Western Europe Moldova
Small X-Ray € 40 € 4
Panoramic X-Ray € 40 € 9

Dental hygienic treatments

Professional teeth cleaning € 150 € 47
Tooth bleaching (whitening in surgery) € 500 € 75 – £ 207

Dental treatments

Composite Filling from € 120 € 29-35
Root canal treatments from € 200 € 50
Pre-treatment for crowns (root post/screw) € 120 € 35
Lining / core restoration from € 100 € 45
Crown-, bridge-, inlay-removal € 40 € 17
Temporary crown € 70 € 26
Fullceramic crown, bridge per unit (Zirkonium) € 650 € 198
Ceramic inlay or veneer from € 550 € 142
Tooth extraction from € 120 € 17-29

Dental prostheses

Full denture, per jaw € 600 € 132
Partial denture from € 1000 € 208
Repair, extension from € 200 € 60
Implant from € 2000 from € 350

3. Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic

The Sanelen DENT clinic is located in the centre of Anenii Noi city, not far from Chisinau International Airport, 15 minutes to drive.
Our dental clinic provides highly qualified and guaranteed dentistry. The clinic offers you low prices and gives official guarantees for its therapeutic and medical work. The laboratory and clinic have modern equipment and use only advanced materials imported from the UK, Germany, Switzerland and the USA. The Senior dental specialists have over 10 years of continuous experience. The dental office and laboratory are based in the same location, which means there are no delays between the dentist and technician and no waiting lists to visit a dentist.

Our priority services:

  • Family dentistry
  • Implantology
  • Preventive dentistry
  • Prosthetic dentistry
  • Aesthetic – the image of dentistry
  • Vector therapy, treatment of periodontitis.

4. Organising a dental trip in 3 EASY Steps.


Fill in a simple application form and upload your panoramic X-ray.
For any initial questions you can contact us at or call us on +373-68-29-24-24 .



Once our doctors receive your application form and panoramic X-ray, our experienced dentists will prepare a written Professional Dental Consultation. The cost of this Professional Dental Consultation is FREE.


Along with your Professional Dental Consultation, you will be provided with the final cost of your dental treatment and its duration. Please let us know in advance the date of your arrival! We will get back to you shortly with a calculation of accommodation and transfer costs. In addition, we will offer the best price for round-trip flights and help you organise the tickets.


Upon your arrival at Chisinau International Airport (Republic of Moldova), our travel manager will meet you holding a card with your name, and drive you straight to your apartment. Your personal 24/7 assistant will provide you with a mobile phone with a local sim-card (free of charge). You can always stay in touch with family or business colleagues using our special low-cost tariffs. On the day of your appointment, you will be escorted to the clinic and start your dental procedure.

5. Accommodation

We are pleased to offer you the following type of accommodation at Hotel Korona (more info about hotel)

The price is from € 30 per night.

Please note:

  • check-in time 13.00; check-out time 12.00;
  • all prices include taxes.
  • no need to make a booking on, as we will deal with this for you.

6. Transfer Airport – Hotel

The standard rates for transfers are:

– Economy class – £25
– Business class – £55
– Van (up to 7 people) £50
Transfer includes: meeting in airport lobby with a signboard, carrying of luggage.


Although it has a small area, the Republic of Moldova as a tourist destination has a great potential represented first of all by the geomorphologic aspect of its territory – an unusual diversity of landscape reservations or scenery and unique geological monuments of European and world value. Over the last decade the priority forms of tourism in the Republic of Moldova have been: rural, wine, cultural tourism, health and beauty tourism.


Moldova is a small country in Eastern Europe. Its rich soil and temperate continental climate with warm summers and mild winters have made the country one of the most productive agricultural regions since ancient times, and a major supplier of agricultural products in southeastern Europe. Moldova’s fertile soil produces fruits, vegetables and grain products and one of the most important industries of the country is wine – making, for which Moldova is known far beyond its borders. For many years, wine-making in Moldova was the basic occupation of the population.

Wineries: Cricova Winery, Milestii Mici Winery, Purcari Winery, Cojusna Winery.


The Republic of Moldova has a rich cultural heritage which may be of great interest to tourists. 140 cultural heritage sites may be included in the tourist circuit. The earliest visible remains of the built heritage are Geto-Dacian sites and Roman fortifications. The remains of medieval fortresses, archaeological complexes such as Orheiul Vechi, cave monasteries, nobles’ mansions and peasant houses offer a diversity of visitor attractions. Chisinau, the capital city, features a good number of cultural heritage monuments, fine examples of domestic architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries, which might be considered as tourist attractions as well.

The Republic of Moldova has 87 museums with rich collections of art. Additionally, museums are mostly housed in buildings of a special architectural importance. All of these have their specialist audiences, but at least 20 are of interest to the general public.

Part of the national tourist product is the variety of cultures represented in different parts of the country. The Republic of Moldova is an amalgam of many nationalities and cultures with many traditions, languages, folklore, cooking, etc. There are over 880 folk music groups in the Republic of Moldova, most of them reflecting the distinct traditions of their districts and ethnic origins. It is worth mentioning the national craftsmanship both because of cultural value and also because it supplies souvenirs for tourists.


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Do you know how to wash your teeth correctly? Essential rules for healthy oral hygiene

Oral hygiene is not just brushing your teeth in the morning and in the evening. Correct cleansing of teeth involves several aspects.

Failure to do so often leads to the appearance of caries and, over time, to more serious dental conditions such as gingivitis or, worse, periodontitis.

3 minutes of brushing, mandatory

One of the most common mistakes in cleaning teeth is not respecting the brushing time. This should take at least 3 minutes.

To know exactly how long your brush takes, you can timer or buy a timer electric brush.

Beware of how to brush the teeth

Proper brushing is not done from the half of the tooth. Brushing starts from the space between the gum and the tooth, because there remain the most food remains and the tartar appears.

Also, the brush is circular, not horizontal. Pay attention to the back molars, as the brush often does not reach that area.

The brush should be held at an angle of 45 degrees to the surface of the teeth. Each tooth has to be cleaned from one side to the other, respectively up and down, front and back.

Dental floss for deep cleansing

To clean the teeth in-depth, specialists recommend using dental floss after each meal. This reduces the risk of caries occurring in the interdental areas or on the inside of the teeth.

Choose a proper toothbrush

Another common mistake made by most people is the wrong choice of the toothbrush. Dentists recommend that the toothbrush be softer to prevent gums from being aggressive.

In terms of mouthwashes, specialists say it is very important that they are set to the lowest level, because they can be badly affected both the teeth and the gums.

Great attention also to the period of using the toothbrush. Every three months it has to be changed because it is a rich source of bacteria and staphylococci because it deteriorates over time and its brushes split.

Also note that after each use, the toothbrush should be washed thoroughly with hot water and left to dry completely.

Essential mouthwash

Besides the toothpaste, doctors say that mouth water is equally important for oral hygiene. This should be used after each meal and the mouth should be rinsed with it for at least 30 seconds. Mouthwash has antibacterial and astringent effect.

Also, do not forget to rinse your mouth after each brush. Thus, you will completely eliminate all bacteria and food debris.

What toothpaste you need to use

The toothpaste you use often has to be as easy as not to tease the teeth. Those containing sodium bicarbonate should be used once or twice a week, but not excessively because they are very abrasive and affect the tooth enamel over time.

Also, a week, two, you should also use a toothpaste for whitening. It does not affect the dental surface and can be used with confidence.

Sanelen Dent, your dental clinic, offers you a full range of services.

We look forward to a free consultation.

Causes of sensitive teeth and how to treat dental sensitivity

Sensitive Teeth – Causes, Prevention, and Treatment

Tooth sensitivity is one of the most common dental problems we face throughout our lives. Whether we are talking about teeth sensitive to cold and hot drinks or foods, sweet teeth sensitive or simply teeth sensitive to touching with the tongue, this condition should be treated at the first signs.

The mechanism by which it occurs is simple. As the sensitivity of the teeth to exist, the stimuli that produce it must have direct contact with the tooth’s dentine. Dentine is a part of the tooth that normally on the crown (the part seen in the mouth) is covered entirely with enamel (an excellent chemical and physical insulating tissue), and at the root level is covered by a very thin layer of a material called cement that does not isolate as well as enamel, this lack being compensated by the fact that the root is covered with bone and healthy gum.

Thus, we have two situations in which dentin can be exposed: at the coronary level, through the absence of the enamel layer, or at the root level.

When the dentine loses its protective properties, these tubes allow heat, acids and other potentially dangerous substances to stimulate the nerve endings inside the dental pulp. This can cause an occasional hypersensitivity and discomfort that occurs especially when we eat or drink something too hot or too cold, too sweet or too sour, or even when we breathe in our mouths.

The most common causes of the appearance of dental sensitivity and solutions for sensitive teeth care:

Consume acidic foods

Tomatoes, citrus, wine, vinegar sauces and fruit juices are not missing from your diet? Take care of eating acidic foods because they can cause tooth enamel wear. Furthermore, eating foods or acidic drinks 4 or more times a day can lead to the risk of acid erosion or the loss of enamel on the surface of the teeth. Do not you want to exclude these foods from the diet? You can consume cheese or milk to counteract the effects of acidic foods.

You use mouthwash too often

Do you want a fresh breath? The problem is if you use dental water throughout the day – you may have problems with your teeth. The reason? Certain products contain acids that aggravate the sensitivity of the teeth.
The solution – uses dental water once or twice a day. If problems persist, opt for a neutral fluoride solution. Use a toothpaste for sensitive and high fluoride toothpaste, including mouthwashes, to help enamel enhancing.

Ginger withdrawal

Normally, the roots are covered with gums. But in the case of periodontal diseases such as gingivitis, the removal of gums near a sensitive tooth is the root exposure underlying the dental sensitivity. If you are confronted with such problems, it is very important to have a dentist.

Tooth whitening products or certain types of toothpaste

Everyone wants a bright smile, but tooth whitening products or toothpastes containing peroxide determine dental sensitivity by penetrating the tooth enamel. Sensitivity tends to disappear when you stop using those products.

Excessive or too strong tooth brushing

Tooth brushing too hard can cause the gum to retract or cause enamel wear and expose your dentine. Brush your teeth with vertical, not lateral movements.
Use a soft teeth toothbrush and a toothpaste specially designed to care for sensitive teeth. Take care of oral hygiene, including proper brushing and the use of dental floss, to prevent gum disease that may be the basis for gum removal.

Recent dental interventions

It does not seem right, but in some cases a visit to the dentist can have negative consequences. Tooth whitening treatments, coronal replacement, treatment of seals, or root canal treatment can lead to short-term teeth sensitivity.
80% of patients undergoing teeth whitening treatment will subsequently suffer from dental sensitivity. The most common tooth whitening ingredients are hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide, which is known to cause dental sensitivity by penetrating the tooth enamel.

Consult your dentist regularly to perform professional teeth cleaning, get advice and advice on tooth care and dental sensitivity.

Tooth cracks

If you’re used to chewing ice, strong candies, there’s a lot of chances to prune your teeth. Once the tooth is damaged, the nerve in the dental pulp can irritate when chewing. Such a crack attracts bacteria, which leads to inflammation of the areas and causes pain.

Gnashing of teeth (bruxism)

If you spat from teeth in your sleep or teeth from your teeth during the day it is possible to cause enamel wear and exposure to the dentin layer beneath it. Over time, this habit can wear enamel and exposes nerves to danger. Ask the dentist for information about the teeth protection devices during the night.

Dental caries not properly treated

Dental caries expose the root of the tooth to a number of irritating factors: hot or cold food, sweets and even air temperature. The best way to match cavities and keep your healthy teeth is to follow proper oral hygiene and to go to the dentist regularly.

Whatever the reason, dental sensitivity is based on the loss of dentin cement from the surface of the tooth.

Learn more about dental implants

Dental implants radically improve the patient’s quality of life, as it restores aesthetics and dental functions to natural teeth. Whether you need to replace a tooth, teeth, or teeth, whether you have the bone foundation needed for the implants or your bone is atrophied and need to add and regenerate the experience of the Sanelen DENT Dental Clinic, guarantees a well-done treatment with results for decades.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are currently the best and most effective solution for lost teeth replacement.

Whether we lose a tooth, many teeth or even all teeth, implants and modern implantology techniques can do wonders. Thus, patients no longer have to sacrifice natural teeth to anchor dental bridgework, they no longer use mobile prostheses that create permanent discomfort, but they can benefit from fixed teeth, anchored on implants, that look and feel at just like natural teeth.

The dental implant is a pure titanium piece, screw-shaped. It is meant to create an artificial root in the maxillary bone, where the tooth or natural teeth are missing.

Reconstruction is made up of two segments – an intraosy (implant) and a superusive one called prosthetic tuft.

A crown, a bridge or a denture is anchored above the prosthetic bust.

Treatment is conservative compared to a traditional bridge work because dental implants eliminate the need to kill adjacent teeth. If we are making a dental bridge, it needs to have anchorage of at least 2 teeth, the teeth that will unfortunately be sacrificed (the nerves are extracted, the channels are squeezed and the teeth that formerly were healthy).

Restoring teeth to implants brings extraordinary aesthetic and functional benefits, and the patient does not perceive the ‘artificial’ feeling. Shortly after insertion, the patient forgets that he lost a tooth in that place.

Personal experience is defining when choosing your doctor or clinic where you want to be treated. That’s why the words can be superfluous and it’s best to convince yourself, programming yourself right now on our phones or the form on the site. And do not forget for a moment that an educated patient is an informed patient!

Milk teeth – Reasons why your children need regular dental advice

As many parents wonder how and why the child’s caries appear, we thought it would be useful to explain the causes of this condition, its favorable factors, and the mistakes made by parents. This will make it much easier to prevent cavities from dental teeth, if they have not already appeared. And if they have appeared, you will find out what treatments are urgent and necessary for your child’s dentistry.

The causes for which some children have their milking teeth with caries

In the human body there are billions of bacteria that are grouped according to the specific action of each group. When we are healthy, these groups of microbes coexist in a certain proportion, balanced. When some groups become more numerous and others are choking, the imbalance that has the consequence of the disease appears. Thus, like many other conditions, the caries of milk teeth appear as a result of bacterial imbalance.

To prevent the appearance of caries in milk teeth, it is essential to know the main factors that favor bacterial imbalance. So let’s look at what are the mistakes made by parents, ie the factors favoring the appearance of caries.

Incorrect feed

Immediately after each meal, the baby’s stomach and stomach form an acidic bacterial plaque that is necessary for the decomposition of food. In the post-meal period, acidity gradually disappears and teeth begin to remineralize and recover autonomously. If there is not enough time between meals, the acidity persists, the teeth have no time to recover and thus the enamel layer is affected. To avoid this problem, parents should feed the child with sufficient breaks between meals at the time of the pediatrician’s time.

Contact with parents saliva

We know from childhood sickness diseases – measles, varicella, etc. But with a few people, they know that they are also pungent! Cavities are 100% painful, so many gestures that we do instinctively should be evaluated and some even removed from common habits. Because what causes dental caries are specific groups of microbes, some of them are naturally in the mouth of each of us in a predetermined balance, but they can change at any time. And some of these microbes are dangerous / pathogenic and can pass through saliva from one person to another, and clearly from one tooth to another.

That’s why the mother’s gesture, which before putting the pacifier in the baby’s mouth first puts it in her mouth to moisten it or for other reasons, is not hygienic. This gesture contaminates the baby’s clear mouth with pathogenic microbes of the mother. Therefore, every child must have his own toothbrush, take it all with him and equally eat only with his teaspoon.

Deficient oral hygiene

Children who are used to oral hygiene with proper oral hygiene will have a healthy teeth when they become adults. The partial or total lack of dental hygiene of the child is another common miscarriage. Oral hygiene is mandatory to prevent which begins even at the time of the first dentist’s eruption.

Deferment of periodic dental control

Most parents do not know that a caries evolve very quickly to the tooth of milk. This happens because the tooth enamel layer is thin and fast as compared to that of the adult tooth. From a small depigmentation to a profound cavity, everything is happening with great rapidity to the teeth of children.

Passing tooth decay from tooth is a very important reason why milk teeth should be treated immediately. Why? Because a healthy tooth in contact with a caricature will lead to the transfer of microbes from the caries to the enamel of the whole. And that’s how it starts there a little carious destruction.

Therefore, if you notice the smallest stain on your milk dentist, urgently present your dentist and he will apply a rehoming treatment to the tooth. Otherwise, if you delay, the child will have to be treated with more and more invasive treatments, corresponding to the advancement of the cary.

Delaying the visit to the dental clinic results in an exclamation of the disease, which becomes increasingly aggressive.
In the very advanced stage, when the abscess is observed, the milk tooth has to be extracted because otherwise there is a risk of damaging the color and structure of the permanent permanent teeth.

Schedule a visit to the clinic and give your child a healthy dentist!