Safe and non-invasive treatment for the teeth that move

The teeth that move can now be saved!

DentalMobility Clinic → The teeth that move can now be saved!

While in most dental clinics the patients having teeth that move, to various extents, are advised to have their teeth extracted in order to get dental implants, here, we encourage the patients to maintain their natural teeth. Dental mobility is not an unsolvable problem; on the contrary, the treatment is usually rather easy for the patient.

The teeth that move can be saved by using an innovative treatment, patented by the very doctors in our team, a treatment that is non-invasive and doesn't involve any restrictions to the patients following the therapy. This treatment, known worldwide as Electronic Doctor, is a combination of classical dentistry methods and new, digital ones. The Electronic Doctor treatment for teeth that move consists of 4 steps:

» Diagnosis – the parodontologist will not be able to treat dental mobility without addressing its causes. Most often, teeth that move are a consequence of periodontitis.

» Normal and sub gingival laser scaling – after a series of hygiene appointments where sub and supragingival plaque and calculus are removed, including intensive and controlled oral hygiene instruction. When the dentist is satisfied that the required standards have been achieved and can be maintained, the next stage of the treatment may continue as described bellow.

» The stimulation of physiological regenerative process with Electronic Doctor – using Electronic Doctor, a digital device, the dentist will stimulate the natural regeneration by channeling towards the affected areas as many regenerative cells as possible, as their number in the human body is basically infinite. The alveolar bone will start to regenerate, the gums will adhere to the teeth again and their degree of mobility will decrease dramatically, upon reaching a state of normal mobility, characteristic to any natural tooth.

» Adjustment through selectively grinding and polishing the occlusal contacts – by using a new, digital device that offers a very precise image of the interactions between the teeth, the dentist will make sure that the tooth under treatment is not affected by extreme forces during mastication. These forces are often the cause that leads to having teeth that move.

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