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Periodontology is a branch of dentistry that deals with the treatment of supporting teeth. Bacteria cause periodontal disease by accumulating between the teeth and the gingiva (gums). If the bacteria are not removed regularly, they form a plaque that turns into calculus over time. Tartar can cause inflammation of the gingiva (swelling, bleeding and eventually pulling of the soft tissue around the tooth). Through a series of pathological processes, the bone around the teeth atrophies and the teeth begin to wobble and fall out. That's why we recommend cleaning tartar twice a year in our dental practice. The patient cannot remove tartar with a brush and toothpaste, and a special procedure and specialized equipment is required.


Gingivitis is inflammation of the gingiva (gums) around the teeth. There are several types of gingivitis, the most common is the so-called catarrhal gingivitis, which is manifested by redness of the edges of the gingiva around the teeth and typical... Gingiva is red, swollen and bleeds when touched.

Artificial Bone (Bone Substitute)

Artificial bone is a biologically acceptable material that replaces real bone in places where it has been lost as a result of periodontal disease. This is also a surgical intervention performed locally on one or more teeth.

periodontopathy (periodontal disease)

Periodontitis is a disease of the supporting apparatus of the teeth, i.e. connective tissue that holds the tooth in the bone and the bone itself. It is characterized by inflammatory processes of the gingiva  as well as degenerative changes in connective tissue and bone resorption. It ends with dislocation and loss of teeth.

A flap of surgery

Flap surgery is part of the third phase of periodontal treatment. It represents a surgical intervention performed under local anesthesia, and involves surgical removal of deep periodontal pockets and revision of all gingival attachments.

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