Orthopedics in dentistry specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of violations of the integrity of the tooth-jaw system. As a rule, under dental orthopedy implies a direct prosthetics (replacement of damaged teeth with dentures or their restoration).
Today, dental orthopedics has a huge number of advanced technologies and ways to restore teeth. If earlier, dental prosthesis was a painful and prolonged procedure, modern innovative methods allow the use of comfortable and light dentures. Artificial teeth practically do not differ from the real (natural teeth), and the installation itself passes quickly and absolutely painlessly.
Modern orthopedics in dentistry and its technology are in constant development. This section of dentistry for making orthopedic constructions uses exclusively newest materials. Orthopedic dentistry replaces natural teeth with modern dentures with:
Prostheses from these materials are durable, biocompatible, durable and, of course, safe for human health.
At present, the so-called "flexible dentures" of nylon have become widespread. Also, ceramic prostheses with a metal base of such alloys as gold and platinum, gold and palladium, chromocarbon, chromium-nickel. But for the manufacture of crowns today use zirconium.
Orthopedics in dentistry also uses bellows prostheses from titanium alloys. Titanium in dentistry is rather high, since it also makes implants. Implantation without exaggeration is considered to be the most effective procedure in dental orthopedics.
Goals and objectives
Orthopedics in dentistry restores the functions of partially destroyed teeth and their appearance. Thus, the patient receives a unique opportunity to reproduce the affected part of the tooth. It uses modern innovative technologies. The dentist-orthopedist qualitatively and accurately corrects the appearance of any tooth, will change its color, size, shape and position.
An orthopedist necessarily works in close contact with other specialists: dental surgeons, technicians, orthodontists. The purpose of these doctors - not only to replace the lost or damaged tooth, but also to prevent distortion of the tooth row, loosening, loss and displacement of adjacent teeth.
Orthopedics without any doubt takes on a special place in dentistry. It's always better to save a tooth than to replace a denture. Even a badly damaged tooth with the right and qualitative treatment can last for several years, without giving the owner a hassle.
Orthopedics in dentistry is a guaranteed good smile and a lack of teeth related discomfort. Modern technologies and innovative materials allow to prolong the life of natural teeth or create artificial ones, distinguished from natural ones.