The therapy is a treatment of cavity and its complications – pulpitis, periodontitis, gangrene, as well as building severely damaged teeth. We use equipment, methods and tools from the latest generation of leading companies.
Dental cavity is the most common disease. It affects nearly 98% of people. Interestingly, anthropologists have found that the first humans suffered much less from tooth decay than we do today. This has its logical explanation and it is in a better quality of life. One of the main factors that led to the loss of teeth is the consumption of processed foods. Cavity is caused by bacteria that inhabit plaque, which can break down sugars into organic acids. Their action gradually weakens the enamel and manages to overcome it, entering the soft and unprotected dentin, where the process develops much faster. Very often patients “wait” for the “small” cavity to develop to a “bigger” one to visit the dental office, believing that limited cavity outbreaks cannot be cured.
The susceptibility of teeth to decay depends on several main factors:
– genetic – the structure of the teeth is genetically transmitted, which determines the resistance to cavities.
– dental age – recently erupted permanent teeth have a lower mineralization, which lasts up to 10 years after the eruption. They are also more susceptible to dental cavity, so prevention in children, adolescents and teenagers is extremely important
– dental hygiene – regular brushing of teeth (in the morning after breakfast and in the evening before bedtime), the use of floss, and mouthwash keeps teeth clean and reduces the risk of tooth decay.
diet and prevention – intake of more fluids, avoiding acidic foods, carbonated beverages and the unlimited consumption of confectionery significantly reduces the risk of tooth decay.

Pulpitis is an inflammation of the dental pulp, usually associated with toothache. The patient complains of constant, spontaneous, non-localized pain, which intensifies at night. The main cause of pulpitis is untreated dental cavity which has involved the nerve of the tooth. Other causes can be mechanical trauma, thermal or chemical shock, advanced chronic periodontitis, excessive grinding of vital teeth and others. Pulpitis in the initial phase can be reversible, but most often it is an irreversible process, leading to necrosis of dental pulp. It is treated by a root canal treatment, also called endodontic treatment. If measures are not taken to treat the pulpitis, the infection from the root canals can affect the tissues surrounding the tooth and develop various complications: necrosis, periodontitis, abscess, cyst. Pulp necrosis is an irreversible condition. In case of additional infection, the killed pulp turns into gangrene. Several forms of pulpitis differ in their origin and course:
– acute serous partial pulpitis;
– acute serous complete pulpitis;
– acute purulent partial pulpitis;
– acute purulent complete pulpitis
– gangrenous pulpitis
– chronic ulcerative pulpitis
– chronic granulomatous pulpitis (pulp polyp)

Periodontitis usually occurs as a limited local disease with destruction of the dentition, sometimes the adjacent alveolar bone, which impairs tooth function. Acute apical (peak) periodontitis is a complication of diseases of the hard tissues and pulp of the tooth (cavity, pulpitis, gangrene). The inflammatory process is localized around the tip of the tooth root. Acute periodontitis develops with a massive infection and reduced body defenses. The pain is exacerbated by chewing solid foods. Acute purulent periodontitis is manifested by severe, unbearable, localized pain when touching the tooth and throbbing pain, which disappears only after the excretion of purulent, excretion naturally or after treatment. Body temperature sometimes rises to 38 degrees C, and submandibular lymph nodes are enlarged and painful to the touch. Chronic periodontitis develops as a consequence of acute periodontitis, after drainage of the inflammatory excrement, reduced activity of the infection, chronic trauma and good resilience of the body. The result is fibrosis with granulomatous growth, localized granuloma, root cyst and chronic periodontitis. Chronic periodontitis occurs without any complaints and is usually detected only after X-ray examination. Treatment of granuloma is conservative or surgical. Conservative treatment consists of mechanical and chemical treatment, disinfection, physiotherapy and filling of root canals. In case of failure, surgical treatment is performed – removal of the granuloma and restoration of physiological balance.