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    A dental consultation at our clinic does not cost you anything. As a result, you will get a diagnosis, and together, we’ll establish a treatment plan, if case. We will draw up for you an individual record with personal and confidential medical information, such as the evolution of the teeth health and the history of treatments.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Here you can find some of the answers to the most common questions about the procedures we are doing.

    Is orthodontic treatment effective for adults?

    Orthodontic treatment can be recommended and successfully applied at any age, the difference being the length of time required for its effectiveness. Orthodontic treatment can also be recommended for adults because teeth endure a slight movement in the gum glands throughout their lives, so corrections can be applied at any time.

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    How long does the orthodontic treatment last?

    Depending on the complexity of the problems encountered, orthodontic treatment may last from several months to up to 4 years, the average being 1.5 years, during which, monthly visits to the dentist are required.

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    Should all wisdom teeth be removed?

    As long as wisdom teeth have erupted and developed properly, they should not be removed. Extraction is required only if they become problematic, present increased risk of repeated infections, increased retention of dental plaque and caries difficult to treat.

    Find out more about complications and treatment of wisdom teeth

    How can I take care of my teeth between consultations?

    Some general recommendations:

    • Brush your teeth at least 2 times daily. Brushing should take at least 2 to 3 minutes.
    • Use a fluoride-containing toothpaste. Fluoride helps to strengthen the tooth enamel and reduces the risk of damage.
    • Use dental floss after each meal.
    • Avoid foods that contain high amounts of sugar as well as soft drinks.
    • Avoid smoking.
    • Avoid using your teeth to break the packaging or remove the plugs. Such actions can lead to damage and even breakage of the teeth.
    • Make an appointment with your dentist for routine check-ups every 6 months!

    Good oral hygiene and regular visits to your dentist will help keep your teeth and gums healthy.

    How can I get my kids to brush their teeth?

    Many parents ask themselves “How can I get my kids to brush their teeth?”. Usually children want to do what they see their parents doing. If they see enthusiasm about tooth brushing, kids will also be enthusiastic. In addition, tooth brushing should be for them as fun as possible! They also need to get familiar with the dental office and with the dentist from younger ages. All children should be seen by a dentist by the age of one year, or at latest 6 months after the first tooth.

    Why should I use dental floss?

    Using dental floss reduces the number of bacteria in your mouth. Tooth brushing removes some bacteria from your mouth, but only using dental floss you can eliminate those bacteria that the brush does not reach. These are the bacteria that hide in the small spaces between the teeth and if not removed, they harden in the tartar.

    What is dental tartar

    The dental tartar (dental calculus) is formed on all the hard surfaces of the oral cavity, on teeth, fillings and dental appliances. In the first phase, tartar has a white-yellow color and can be easily removed, having a soft consistency. As the mineral sediments deposit, they calcify and pigment, becoming brown in color.

    Dental tartar favors the onset of periodontal disease, reason why it is recommended to remove it every 6 months, and for patients with dental implants, every 4 months.

    Find out more about the causes and prevention of the periodontal disease.

    What factors lead to inflammation or bleeding of the gums?
    • Poor oral hygiene that allows the formation of bacterial plaque or tartar.
    • Possible hormonal changes specific to pregnancy or generated by certain drugs with hormonal effects such as contraceptives.
    • Possible reactions due to long-term drug treatment.
    • Possible allergic reactions to some components of toothpaste, chewing gum or even to the metallic alloy of some dental works.
    • Certain conditions such as diabetes, severe vitamin C deficiency or hematological diseases.
    • Smoking

    The best way to prevent inflammation or bleeding of the gums is to practice a strict dental hygiene program from an early age and then constantly throughout life.

    Regular visits to the dentist also play a role of prevention because they confers the premises for professional cleaning of teeth and for evaluation of the old dental works, which also have potential in favoring the gingival bleeding.

    In the absence of proper treatment, gums can withdraw, which translate trough formation of the bacterial plaque very close to the root of the tooth and, consequently, the increased risk of premature tooth loss.

    Learn more about gingival and periodontal disease.

    What foods should I avoid to keep my teeth white?

    Avoid, as far as possible, the consumption of products that can have a coloring effect on teeth, especially coffee, black tea and red wine. These foods contain chromogens, dark-colored pigments that attach to the enamel and in time lead to a staining / staining effect on teeth. Also, drink as much water as possible. Water helps to eliminate bacteria and regulate mouth’s Ph.

    Why should I go to the dentist regularly?

    Unfortunately, many people get to the dentist only when they have a problem. This is known as “crisis treatment”. This is due to the fact that many dental problems do not show symptoms until the affection reaches an advanced stage. An example is tooth decay. It’s quite common to hear: “If it does not hurt … there is no problem.”

    Tooth damage often does not cause pain until it gets close to the tooth nerve. It’s not unusual to see a patient with a huge cavity but who had never had pain. The dentist can usually detect a cavity 3 to 4 years before any symptoms occur. This early detection can help prevent advanced treatments.

    How long does the first consultation last?

    The duration varies, but please consider approximately one hour for your first consultation.

    Do I have to arrive early for the first consultation?

    Yes for your first consultation, please arrive 10-15 minutes early to complete the required forms.

    If you have any question for us, do not hesitate to contact us, either through our contact form or by email, at contact@dianasmile.ro.

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