We decided on placing an implant in the upper left 4 position of a male English patient after taking a panorama x-ray. His tooth had been extracted 3 months previously, the space was relatively fresh. The implant: Pitt Easy V-TPS. 4*10. We gave him a medicine pack (Dalacin antibiotics and Cataflam painkillers), and ice-gel pack.
A 26 year old patient came to us because 2 of his incisors had broken in a childhood accident and were built up with composite fillings. According to him this solution is aesthetically not satisfactory and he would rather have crowns. We took a panorama x-ray and provided a treatment plan. The patient accepted the plan. By grinding down the teeth, we prepared the 2 incisors for zirkonium crowns and took a precision impression.
A Hungarian patient presented with swollen gums. 2 months ago the patient received an implant in the upper right 4 position. The swelling was between the upper right 4 and 3. We checked the implant by taking an x-ray and found everything to be in order. In order to disinfect the swelling we cleaned the swollen area with Betadin. It is likely that the patient scraped the gum with some sort of hard food because we did not detect any pathological mutation.
One of our Irish patients had previously lost two front teeth which we replaced with implants 3 months ago. Today we are already fitting the abutments. In order to protect the restoration we have recommended producing a bite raising nightguard which the patient has agreed to. Therefore we also took impressions for the bite raising nightguard. Because this can be produced in a short space of time, it fits into the patient's stay in Hungary.
One of our Hungarian patients was treated 3 weeks ago in Germany. The lower left 8 (wisdom) tooth was removed because, according to the patient's account, there was a cyst around it. The patient presented at our clinic with a swollen face and complaining of a sharp throbbing pain. We rinsed the area with Hyperol Betadin and removed bone splinters from the wound. We finally treated the patient with antibiotics. As all bone splinters have been successfully removed afterwards, the pain will subside within a short period of time and the swelling will go down.
After missing teeth for a long time, our Danish patient will receive new teeth in positions upper right 4 and 6 with the help of implants. Following the sinus lift we placed the implants, and gave the patient antibiotics and painkillers (Dalacin C and Cataflam). The patient did not require a temporary restoration. In the next stage - in 4 months time - the patient will receive their teeth.
A 31 year old man presented with a headache which had been getting worse for days. Additionally, discolouration was visible with the naked eye on the lower first molars. The patient's diagnosis was correct, we were faced with cavitied teeth. In the lower right and left number 4 teeth we prepared photopolymer fillings which have the advantage of bonding immediately through light. It is not necessary to wait even 1 to 2 minutes, and it possesses outstanding aesthetic properties.
We fitted zirkonium crowns to a young Norwegian patient's upper front teeth (from 13 to 23). Aesthetics were a very important factor for the young man, therefore he chose the more expensive but more aesthetic zirkonium, while we resolved his other missing teeth (lower and upper, 4 to 7) with porcelain crowns fused to metal. The restoration was functionally and aesthetically successful, and the patient satisfied.
A middle aged patient returned to our clinic because of damage to ceramic units of a previous placed bridge. The damage occurred a night therefore, in order to protect the upper and lower round bridge, we recommended the patient wear a bite-raising nightguard. Because this is not an extreme case of denture grinding, a thin guard is sufficient. We took an alginat impression for the nightguard. The production of the guard takes 1-2 days.
A young male Norwegian patient had been sleeping badly for a long time, waking up tired, with a headache and stiff neck. Additionally his gum was regularly swollen and his jaw muscles hurt which is indicative of his sleeping the whole night with clenched teeth. This is also supported by the fact that we found signs of wearing in some places on his teeth. We produced for the patient a nightguard which will prevent the constant clenching of his teeth and will protect his teeth from abrasion.