Painless tooth treatment
The main role of conservative dentistry is to ensure the health of oral tissues. For this purpose, caries prevention treatments are performed, such as varnishing teeth with fluoride
or sealing fissures in children
, and the current foci of dental caries are treated. Since many patients are still afraid of visiting a dentist, in order to completely painless and stress-free treatment in our office we use state-of-the-art anesthesia – they ensure that they perform completely and comfort work both for your doctor and the patient. We do not use traditional syringes or needles, and we make anesthesia specially for this adapted low-pressure syringes. They allow for practical painless administration of anesthesia. During work we confess the principle of "nothing to force" – if the patient feels discomfort during the procedure, we always give another anesthesia. What is the course of dental treatment? Here is a simplified scheme:
- First visit: the dentist performs anesthesia with a low-pressure syringe and after a few minutes begins to clean the tooth from caries. In children and more vulnerable patients, the doctor may additionally use anesthetic gel. After obtaining anesthesia, the doctor removes caries from the tooth. During each stage of purification, tooth caries are intensively cooled with water spray for the least possible injury to the tooth. After cleaning the caries, the dentist dries healthy tooth tissues and puts on the filling. All stages are performed in full anesthesia and are completely painless.
- Are anesthesia harmful to health? – In our office we use only the most modern anesthetics with documented effectiveness and safety. With proper application, they are completely indifferent to health and after 30~60 minutes after administration they decompose completely without leaving any trace in the organizo.
- Can a tooth hurt after caries cleaning? – It happens that in the case of deep caries, the tooth may react to cold food for some time and be hypersensitive to pressure. The dentist's doctor always informs you after the end of the procedure about the possible possibility of such a type of tooth reaction, usually any such symptoms if they occur spontaneously within 1~3 weeks after the end of treatment.