A charitable work is the term for the active voluntary help and beneficence, which should remain appreciative, helping and a virtue. A win-win situation develops, on the one hand it offers fulfillment for the helping hand, on the other hand a benefit is created for others from this help.
By charitable work one understands the concrete helping activity, which depends on the attitudes of the compassion, patience and charity is borne. The areas of activity are in particular Sick- and and old age assistance, help for people in need and solidarity.
Der Antrieb, aus welchem heraus Menschen sich mit einer ehrenamtlichen Tätigkeit engagieren, kann auf unterschiedliche Gründe zurückgeführt werden. Der Glaube daran, dass Gutes zu tun erstrebenswert ist, ist zum Beispiel in vielen Religionen verankert.
For others, there is an inner need to help people, which is why they choose to volunteer. The gratitude of others for their charitable work is payment enough for them. Many people also experience personal deprivation, suffered by relatives, acquaintances or themselves. They feel obliged to volunteer because they experience strokes of fate up close, e.g. accidents that led to a disability. Those who search will find numerous reasons to volunteer and help in very different ways.
So we decided to help the others ourselves. We are dentists, so we can best take care of people's teeth. Today there are many patients who have a gap between two healthy teeth or an edentulous jaw. With the help of dental implants, the healthy teeth are no longer ground down and full dentures are anchored on the jaw so that the dentures sit firmly in the mouth when eating and speaking. This usually requires several implants.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root made of pure or high-purity titanium: zirconium dioxide has recently also been used for ceramic implants. Both materials are accepted like the body's own tissue and are characterized by optimal biocompatibility and excellent tissue compatibility. Allergic reactions are not known. Well-founded, worldwide knowledge and experience with titanium dental implants in dentistry has been available for more than 40 years.
Dental implants are used to replace one or more teeth. The implant takes over the task of the tooth root. Inserted (implanted) in the jawbone, the implant directs the chewing forces into the jawbone like a natural tooth after it has healed.
A dental implant consists of several components. The implant, the implant abutment and the implant crown. Implants are usually placed in the upper or lower jaw on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia.
The implant is placed in the jawbone and grows firmly into the bone as it heals over several months. This process is called osseointegration. After healing, the implant forms a secure foundation for the dental prosthesis to be worn – crowns, bridges or prostheses. If the bone tissue is firmly attached to the implant, the dental prosthesis, also known as the superstructure, is attached to this stable base.
Dental implants are in most cases in the form of a cylindrical or conical screw. The material, surface, length and diameter of an implant vary depending on the intended use and the clinical situation of the patient. The implant lengths and implant diameters are selected according to the bone volume and bone quality. One 3 dimensional diagnostic provides exact information on the bone supply and supports the selection of the appropriate implant design. With the thread of the implant, a mechanical stability, the primary stability, is achieved after placement. This is a prerequisite for the healing of the implant.
Our mission is to provide patients with dental implants so that their future dentures will be more stable, they will be able to chew better and enjoy smiling again. There are many people nowadays who want implants but cannot afford them because of the high prices.
Here we want to make the difference. For this reason, we offer patients who are in financial difficulties up to a maximum of 4 implants per month and on a voluntary basis.
We take care of the necessary X-rays as well as the bone measurements and implant-related analyses. These are necessary to decide whether the patient has enough bone for an implant. Depending on these measurements, a decision is made as to whether implants are even possible and medically indicated.
If we have found the right candidate and the treatment has been planned, we will not be able to place additional charitable implants that month. You are welcome to come in for a consultation to discuss whether you might be suitable as the next candidate. If this is the case, you will be placed on the waiting list.
We ask for your understanding that we can treat a maximum of one patient and place a maximum of 4 implants per month on a voluntary basis.
Please note that the dentures must be made by a dental laboratory. It is not manufactured by us and will incur costs for you. The pre-treatments and the implants are free of charge, but not the dentures on them. We are already looking for a dental laboratory that will work with us on a charitable basis for the patients and would like to do one denture per month on a voluntary basis. If you are a dental technician and feel addressed by our article, please let us know so that we can make some people happy together.
For a consultation, please make an appointment online or give us a call.
We look forward to you!
Dentist Himmelmann und Kollegen Berlin Kurt-Schumacher-Platz