Most people postpone visiting a dentist as long as possible. As a result, one or more teeth can not be saved despite all the effort.
Make an appointment by phone: 098-508-04-36
Apart from the obvious esthetic defect, absence of teeth leads to a number of problems, including impaired chewing (which affects the whole digestive tract), alteration of the whole dentition resulting from shift of the remaining teeth, facial deformity, muscle atrophy, and phonation changes. Defects left after loss of a tooth can be filled in using removable or non-removable prosthetic devices, or by dental implantation.
Our center offers all types of advanced prosthetic treatment:
– Composite and ceramic micro-prosthetics
– Inlays (one-piece and multi-piece for multi-root teeth
– Metal-ceramic devices, such as crowns, bridges, including those made of precious metals
– Metal-free ceramics: bridge prosthetics, crowns, veneers, inlays
– Removable plate prosthetics, made of hypoallergic plastic, with artificial teeth (H. KULZER)
– Removable place prosthetics for adentia (absence of teeth), manufactured using the VIVADENT technique
More details on each type of prosthetics can be found under the Papers link at the bottom of this page.
An orthopedist’s primary task is to pick the orthopedic device (a crown or a prosthetic), which will not only replace the missing teeth or dental tissues, but make the replacement comfortable and unnoticeable to the patient.
Quality of prosthetic treatment depends on the correct choice of the device and its quality, eventually depending on the technician, and on the equipment available at the dental lab. Errors may have dramatic consequences, including loosening and loss of healthy teeth.
That is why it is important to have prosthetic treatment performed at a high class clinic, staffed with qualified doctors and technicians, and with a well equipped dental lab available.
Specialisms: conservative dentistry, pediatric dentistry, dental orthopedics
2008 – graduation from Lviv National Danylo Halytsky Medical University, Dental Faculty.
2008-2010 – residency at Lviv Regional Dental Clinic
2010-2015 – dentist at Doctor Hotsko Modern Dental Clinic, Horodok
2011 – specialty training in conservative dentistry at Lviv National Danylo Halytsky Medical University
2011-2013 – dentist at Dental Clinic, Lviv
2014 – specialty training in dental orthopedics at Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University.
2014 – dentist at Oculus Medical Center
Scientific and practical seminars:
2008 – Prediction of Success in Frontal Esthetic Restoration
2008 – Esthetic Frontal Restauration and Key Stages of Direct and Indirect Lateral Restoration
2008 – X-ray Imaging in Out-Patient Dental Practice
2008 – Clinical Aspects of Local Anesthesia in Dentistry
2010 – ABC’s of Manual Scaling
2010 – Endodontics according to the Book. 2. Broken Instruments. Microaccess.
2010 – Fellowship in professional hygiene
2011 – Practical Endodontics
2011 – Simple Solutions for Complex Canals
2011 – Holistic Approach to Treatment and Recovery in Dentistry
2011 – Endodontics according to the Book. 3. The Art of Instrumentation
2012 – Advances in Adhesive Dentistry
2012 – Revisional Endodontic Treatment. Conservative and Surgical Approaches
2012 – Endodontic Treatment using Modern Nickel-Titanium Rotational Instruments ProTaper Universal
2013 – License-Based Medical Practice in 2013
2014 – Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols for the Most Common Oral Mucosa Disorders
2015 – Direct and Indirect Restoration of Frontal Teeth. Composite and Ceramics. Styleltaliano and MicroVision Philosophy
Specialism: general dentistry
Graduate of Lviv National Danylo Halytsky Medical University in 2013 in Dentistry.
2011 – Fellowship in Vienna, Austria, with Dr. Lemberg.
2013-2015 – Residency in Lutsk Central District Hospital.
Courses and workshops:
1. Emergency Care Round Table
2. Philosophy of Implantology. Pros and cons. Introductory Course.
3. Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols for the Most Common Oral Mucosa Disorders
4. Restoration of Destroyed Frontal Teeth.
5. Conservative Treatment in Pediatric Dentistry
6. Hygiene as an Integral Part of Modern Dental Practice