Conservative dentistry

Conservative dentistry is a branch of dentistry dealing with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of the teeth and oral cavity. The main goal of conservative dentistry is to maintain oral health by preserving natural teeth and preventing their loss.

Conservative dentistry deals, among other things, with the treatment of tooth decay. In addition, removing tartar and deposits from the teeth, treating gingivitis. In addition, fluoridation and varnishing of teeth, as well as treatment of cavities and tooth damage.

The basic procedure in conservative dentistry is the treatment of tooth decay by removing the diseased tooth tissue and filling the cavity with dental material. In the case of tooth damage, innovative treatment methods can be used. Such as root canal treatment or inserting prosthetic crowns and bridges.

Conservative dentistry is very important for maintaining oral health and preventing tooth and gum disease. Regular visits to the dentist, preventive treatments and oral hygiene are key to maintaining healthy teeth. In addition, for the prevention of serious oral diseases.

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Conservative dentistry – development

Conservative dentistry has developed over the years along with technological progress and discoveries in the field of medicine. The first attempts to treat tooth decay date back to antiquity. At that time, various methods were used to remove decayed tooth tissue, such as drilling the teeth or using herbal rinses.

In the 18th century, methods of filling cavities with materials such as gold or tin appeared for the first time and were available to the upper classes. In the 19th century, amalgams, i.e. an alloy of mercury with other metals, were introduced and quickly became popular due to their durability and low cost.

At the beginning of the 20th century, local anesthesia was introduced for the treatment of tooth decay. This greatly facilitated the process of treatment and removal of decayed dental tissue. In the 1930s, the first resin-based tooth filling materials were introduced to the market, which allowed for more aesthetic treatment results.

With the development of technology and materials, conservative dentistry has become more and more advanced. Currently, tooth fillings are made using innovative composite materials that allow for durable and aesthetic treatment effects. In addition, lasers have been introduced for the treatment of caries, which enable precise removal of decayed tooth tissue without damaging healthy tissues.

Thanks to the progress in the field of conservative dentistry, patients have access to more and more advanced and safe methods of treatment and tooth filling. Treatment of caries and other dental diseases is becoming more and more effective, and patients can enjoy a beautiful and healthy smile for many years.

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