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Amicus Dentis | Amicus Dentis program for adults. Oral hygiene tips

Amicus Dentis program for adults. Oral hygiene tips

Why choose Amicus Dentis program for adults beneficial?

Amicus Dentis program for adults is a program designed to maintain oral health. It is based on experience of other countries. It means that the dentist will continuously take care of your teeth for a small monthly fee. Furthermore, most of treatment options for participants cost less, some of them are performed for free.

Why is Amicus Dentis program for adults beneficial?

Participating in Amicus Dentis program for adults close cooperation between the doctor and the patient is possible. That helps keep teeth healthy, and in case of a disease helps early diagnostics. Complex and often very expensive treatment is avoided. Most importantly, teeth remain healthy and the patient avoids big expenses.

Free services:

  • Prophylactic check-ups 2 times / year;
  • Professional oral hygiene (removal of calculus using ultrasound and air abrasion, polishing teeth and fillings, personal oral hygiene instructions) twice per year;
  • Dentist’s consultations;
  • Anaesthesia and dental X-rays.

10% off treatment price (excluding treatment by dental specialist, cosmetic and implant dentistry and sedation).

What is the fee? How long is the contract period?

The fee is 6,80 EUR / month. Contract lasts one year.

Why is it convenient for the clinician to work with a patient participating in Amicus Dentis program for adults?

The role of the doctor is help his patient. The best help possible is prevention, so that disease does not occur. Amicus Dentis program for adults helps the dentist motivate the patient keep his mouth healthy.

Oral hygiene tips for adults

Oral hygiene requires lots of constant attention and patience. In order to smile and enjoy healthy teeth it has to become a daily habit.

Problems associated with improper oral hygiene

Oral hygiene requires lots of constant attention and patience. In order to smile and enjoy healthy teeth it has to become a daily habit.

Plaque, calculus, inflammation


  • Dental plaque accumulates in 7 hrs;
  • Dental calculus – in 3 days;
  • Gum inflammation develops over 7 days;
  • Inflammation of surrounding tissues and bones develops in 1 month.

An unhealthy mouth is an open gate for infections. It unfavourably affects the whole body: heart, lungs, kidneys, joints, also the developing foetus during pregnancy.

Tooth sensitivity

Many know the unpleasant feeling of sharp pain in the teeth upon inhaling cold air or eating cold or hot food.


  • Improper tooth brushing;
  • Abrasive toothpaste;
  • Toothbrush damaging gums and tooth surface;
  • Exposed cervical parts of the tooth.

Dental calculus

Dental plaque eventually mineralizes and becomes dental calculus. Its bacteria and toxins adversely affect gums and periodontal tissues.


  • Improper oral hygiene;
  • Malocclusion;
  • Prolonged gum inflammation.

Bleeding gums


  • Insufficient oral hygiene;
  • Toothbrush damaging gums;
  • Improper tooth brushing;
  • Chronic diseases;
  • Medications;
  • Pregnancy.

Inflammation of gums

Inflammation of gums (gingivitis) is one of the most common gum disease. Gums are swollen, red, bleed easily. It is caused by bacteria in the gingival pocket.


  • Dental plaque and calculus;
  • Chronic diseases;
  • Pregnancy;
  • Chemicals.

Personal oral hygiene recommendations

Brush teeth using a soft toothbrush twice daily. Replace the toothbrush every three-four months or when the bristles are worn. “Tired” bristles do not remove plaque efficiently.

Use toothpaste containing fluoride (1000-1500 ppm). Fluoride prevents tooth decay. Change toothpaste regularly. After brushing spit out the remaining toothpaste, but do not rinse so that the effect of fluoride in the toothpaste is prolonged.

Brush for at least two minutes.

At least once per day use dental floss. A toothbrush does not remove interdental plaque. Dental floss helps remove soft plaque and food residue from interdental spaces and gingival sulcus.

Eat healthy, avoid snacking.

Twice a year visit a dental specialist for prophylaxis and professional oral hygiene.

How to brush teeth properly?

  • Hold the toothbrush at a 45° angle to the gums;
  • Gently sweep the toothbrush towards the edge of the tooth;
  • Gently move the toothbrush back and forth in a vibrating motion;
  • Clean outer and inner surfaces. Perform at least 10 sweeping and vibrating motions on every tooth;
  • Cleaning the inner surfaces turn the brush sideways and use the upper third of the brush;
  • Clean occlusal surfaces with vibrating motions back and forth;
  • Clean the tongue and inner cheek surfaces. Doing this will reduce the bacteria and prevent bad breath.


How to floss properly?

  • Take approx. 40 cm (15 in) of dental floss. Wrap most of it around index or middle fingers, the rest – around the same finger of the opposite hand; there you’ll wrap the used portion of the floss. Grip both ends tightly;
  • Carefully insert the floss through the teeth, avoiding injury to the gums;
  • After reaching the gum margin, slide the floss up and down around one tooth. Then the other tooth;
  • Repeat between each teeth;
  • Do not the far end of the last tooth.


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