Patient's guide

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Regular tooth brushing is essential to maintain good oral hygiene. To prevent tooth decay and other dental problems, it is recommended to brush your teeth at least twice a day – in the morning and in the evening. Each cleaning should last approximately 2 minutes. Additionally, it is important to visit the dentist regularly and have dental checkups every half a year. This way, you can detect tooth problems in time and avoid more serious health problems.

In addition:

  • use toothbrushes with soft bristles, sonic or electric, that are safe for the enamel,
  • don’t forget to clean the interdental spaces that cannot be reached with a standard toothbrush. You can use a dental irrigator or floss.
  • choose toothpastes with fluoride to strengthen enamel and prevent tooth decay,
  • remember to clean your tongue regularly to remove accumulated sediment,
  • avoid eating after brushing your teeth in the evening.

Regular check-ups at the dentist should take place every six months, but it is worth remembering that you should see a dentist at any time if you feel any unpleasant symptoms in your mouth, such as pain in your teeth, gums, muscles or joints.

The first visit to the dentist does not require special preparations. Before meeting the dentist, you only need to fill out a health questionnaire and thoroughly clean your teeth. More information about the first visit and document templates can be found here: first visit.

We recommend that your child’s first visit to the dentist be scheduled at the age of approximately 2-3 years. Before the standard follow-up visit, it is worth making an adaptation visit. The entire process of familiarizing children with the dentist and the office is described in the Parents’ Guide.

Tooth hypersensitivity is characterised by severe pain or discomfort in response to intense stimuli, such as cold or sugar. If you feel sudden pain when drinking cold drinks or eating ice cream, and the pain subsides only after the stimulus is removed, there is a high probability that you have a problem with tooth hypersensitivity. In such a situation, it is worth visiting a dentist who will select appropriate methods of treating this disease.

Absolutely! Dental treatment is recommended during pregnancy because untreated oral diseases and infections may lead to complications such as premature birth or the spread of bacteria in the body.

If you notice that your gums are bleeding, do not ignore this problem, as it may have many causes. A visit to the dentist will allow you to define the source of the bleeding and select the appropriate treatment. Untreated inflammation may lead to more serious diseases, such as periodontitis, so it is worth taking action as soon as possible.

You should not underestimate tooth pain and count on its spontaneous disappearance. Although it may decrease over time, in most cases it will definitely come back with greater intensity. It is best to make an appointment as soon as possible with a dentist who will help you solve the problem.

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