Children and adults dentistry

Bacteria developing in plaque, improper oral hygiene and poor diet mainly contribute to the formation of dental caries. Untreated tooth decay can even lead to their loss and become the beginning of other serious diseases. Regular dental visits and proper prophylaxis may reduce the development of caries and with its occurence for quick preventive actions. Real prophylaxis includes:
- control visits at a dentist at least twice a year,
- maintaining adequate oral cavity (proper brushing, the use of irrigators and dental floss),
- sealing and varnishing teeth and "fresh" erupted permanent teeth,
- adequate diet,
- regular teeth cleaning and sandblasting at the dentist.