Dr n. med. Agnieszka Laskus
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One-sided chewing

One-sided chewing may take place unconsciously or may be associated with incorrect habits, e.g. chewing gum or biting hard objects. It may also be a result of oral pathologies, e.g. bad shaped fillings, crowns, prosthetic restorations or missing teeth. This makes us save one side and chew with the other. One-sided chewing can lead to one-sided growth of masseter and…

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Dental floss is an absolute basis!

Before we wash our teeth, it is crucial to use first dental floss. There is no better way of cleaning the interdental spaces. The denstist notes that the dental floss is the only solution that effectively reaches the interdental spaces. Only after flossing you should brush your teeth. “Then the tooth paste is able to penetrate the cleansed surface. Otherwise…

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Reversing periodontitis

The beginning of periodontitis is not the ultimate sentence for the health of oral cavity. It is advised to visit a doctor as soon as possible and start appropriate treatment, to prevent the development of this disease. The specialist will start the curation by recognizing the causes of the ailment. It is necessary, as the dental plaque and tartar should…

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Problem of bad breath

The problem of bad breath might be persistent. However there are ways to fight it. The most important factor is maintaining proper hygiene of oral cavity. It is advised to follow basic rules such as brushing teeth two times a day and regular use of dental floss. Cleaning the tongue is also advised. Thanks to it food remnants are being…

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The proper way of using mouthwash

The most important part of at home hygienization is brushing teeth. Additionally after every teeth brushing it is strongly advised to use dental floss, for precise cleansing of interdental spaces. The third thing we should do at home is rinsing the oral cavity with a liquid. Some people use home-made, natural infusion from sage or chamomile, or salt or  sodium…

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Dentists want to treat in a team

Interdisciplinary therapy is getting more common as a method of treatment of oral cavity diseases, in which specialist from various fields of medicine treat one patient. Dentists are willing to introduce this method to their practice, because this is what patient expect nowadays. Now, with a fast paced life and everyday stress, patients want to undergo dental treatment with minimal…

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Stem cells in dentistry

Stem cells are used in many different areas of medicine. Since recently they are also a source of invaluable options in dentistry. Combining therapy with other implantable materials result in spectacular outcomes in regenerative and reconstructive treatment. The development of stomatology is not only new generations of materials for aesthetics, prosthetics, orthodontic or conservative dentistry. It is also materials and…

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Crowns – dental porcelain or metal-ceramic?

Crowns are great solution to fix damaged tooth without having to give up on satisfactory aesthetic outcome. There are many types of prosthetic crowns, amongst which there are dental porcelain, metal-ceramic and ceramic fused to zirconium oxide crowns. The choice is patient’s and doctor’s recommendation. The first type is entirely build of porcelain and the inside of the crown doesn’t…

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