Our Price List
|Initial Oral Exam (up to 30 minutes)||66 €|
|Follow-up Oral Exam||35 €|
|Panoramic X-Ray||80 €|
|3D CT Scan||131 €|
|Orthodontic X-Ray, Scull||76 €|
|Surgical treatment of abscess||53 €|
|Closed curettage per gingival tooth pocket||55 €|
|Periodontal treatment Vector (per tooth)||28 €|
|Emdogain treatment (per tooth)||579 €|
Here below you can find the price list of most popular dental services in our clinic.
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Causes and development of periodontitis
The first stage of the disease is called gingivitis. It is caused by accumulation of dental plaque, where bacteria are formed. Toxins produced by bacteria cause inflammation. The initial symptoms of gingivitis are bleeding gums, bad breath and bad taste.
Gingivitis passes into periodontitis and is accompanied by a deeper inflammation — formation of periodontal pockets. Inflammation affects the bone tissue of the jaw and destroys its connection with the roots. They become exposed and their mobility increases. Pus abscess appears in the pockets. The constant center of infection can cause different diseases in the organism, up to intoxication.
The doctor selects the treatment method depending on severity of the disease and depth of periodontal pockets. Pockets up to 3.5 mm deep indicate a mild case, up to 5.5 mm — medium, more than 5.5 mm — severe.
Gingivitis and early stages of periodontitis only require therapeutic treatment. It consists in professional mouth cleaning. First the doctor eliminates deposit from teeth, roots, gums, and interdental spaces. Then the area of treatment is processed with laser, different nozzles and water-powder method. If necessary, nonsurgical debridement is done, which consists in cleaning, smoothing, and polishing the roots. During the procedures and until tissue recovery the teeth are fixed together to prevent their mobility. This procedure is called splinting.
In case of severe periodontitis surgical treatment is prescribed. Depending on the individual case it includes plastic surgery of gums and frenuloplasty, as well as flap surgery. Plastic surgery removes pathologic changes in tissue. The operation grants direct access to pockets and roots. They are thoroughly cleaned and paraplasm is removed. If necessary, the bone tissue is restored with transplants.
Along with other treatment methods, pharmaceutical treatment is prescribed. It is used to prepare the patient for the operation and improves postsurgical adaptation, being able to replace it in less severe cases.