Marktstr. 16
71254 Ditzingen
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Holistic Dental Centre
A holistic view of man
Dr. / Med. Univ. Budapest
Master of Arts - Integrated Dentistry
Master of Business Administration
Edith Nadj-Papp
Holistic Dental Centre
A holistic view of man Please contact us
Praxis für ganzheitliche Zahnmedizin, Ditzingen
Dr. Nadj-Papp
Dr. Nadj-Papp, Ditzingen
Praxis für ganzheitliche Zahnmedizin
Dr. Edith Nadj-Papp Praxis für ganzheitliche Zahnmedizin
Dr. Nadj-Papp Praxis für ganzheitliche Zahnmedizin
Dr. Edith Nadj-Papp
Dr. Edith Nadj-Papp in Ditzingen
Dr. Edith Nadj-Papp, Ditzingen
Please contact us!  Call 07156 - 8155
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General Dentistry


“For a long tooth life”

True health starts in the mouth. An old wisdom says that preventing is better than healing. The question then arises how can prevention aid in the battle against periodontitis and inflamed gums?
A diet geared towards oral health is of prime importance; at the same time, it has to be mentioned that a diet based naturopathy isn’t automatically a diet more beneficial for oral health, as there are major difference in the ingestion of carbohydrates and acids, as well as the frequency of meals. Naturally, oral hygiene is also an important factor, both at home and in form of a professional dental cleaning.

No patient can clean teeth the way a prophylaxis assistant or a dental hygienist can in a dental practice. At the same time, one has to be aware of the fact that a prophylaxis assistant cannot undo insufficient cleaning done at home.

Our holistic approach is built on three pillars

  • Assessment and diagnosis of the current situation
  • Intensive professional dental care
  • Regular recalls in intervals suitable for you to identify defects in good time for the most optimal treatment

Lack of sufficient nutrition and professional dental cleaning work in tandem with stress, smoking, psychosomatic disorders, diabetes and hormone disorders in the development of various oral diseases.
Supporting holistic therapies: oral acupuncture, ear acupuncture, body acupuncture, homeopathy, enzyme therapy, bio resonance therapy, herbal medicines, magnet field therapy, bowel rehabilitation, nutritional counselling, orthomolecular therapy, ozone therapy, aromatherapy and Bach flower remedies.

Root canal treatment

Root-Treated Tooth

Is my tooth healthy if it doesn’t hurt?
Teeth infections don’t have to result in pain. It is not uncommon to identify infections only on x-ray images. The dentist then sees that the bone around the dental root is disintegrating, which can then be treatment and then stopped.

How can a “dead” tooth causes pain?
During a root canal treatment, the nerve vessels inside the tooth are removed. The tooth socket can get infected and hurt if bacteria travels from the inside of the tooth to the bone.

How can dental treatment help?
The goal of root canal treatment is clean and disinfect the root canal from bacteria and to prevent repopulation through a dense root filling. Once the infection is fully remove, the pain vanishes.

What is the prognosis of a root canal treatment?
According to international studies, the chance for success is around 75-80%. These high success rates can only be achieved through using modern treatment methods and techniques.

What comes after the root canal treatment?

Many root canal treated teeth are quite breakable, which is why the tooth is often stabilised with a crown. In case a lot of substance had to be removed, additional stabilisation with a root pin would be necessary.