التخدير العام استيقظ واسنانك مثالية General Anesthesia

التخدير العام  استيقظ واسنانك مثالية

هل أنت خائف من علاج أسنانك؟؟؟
If you are having difficulty having dentistry done because you are frightened? Do what many

others before you have done. Treat your teeth painlessly while you sleep.التخدير العام

التخدير العام

إذا كنت تواجه صعوبة في الذهاب الي طبيب الأسنان لأنك خائف؟ افعل ما فعله الكثيرين من قبلك. عالج أسنانك بدون ألم وأنت نائم.

Now even the most frightened person can have their teeth treated safely and comfortably while you sleep. Here is how it works. After having an exam and a treatment plan done, the anesthesiaologist evaluates your health. If you are a candidate, we gently make you drowsey and then you fall asleep. While you sleep, we finish your dental treatment.
الان حتى الأشخاص الاكثر خوفا يمكنهم معالجة أسنانهم براحة بدون ألم أثناء نومهم. بعد عملك للفحص نقوم باعداد خطة للعلاج ومن ثم يقوم طبيب التخدير بتقيم وضعك. إذا كنت مرشحا ، نقدم لك بلطف النعاس ثم تغفو.بينما أنت نائم ، سوف ننهي علاج أسنانك.
It really is that simple: Wake up with perfect teeth!
بمنتهى البساطه: استيقظ واسنانك مثالية!! التخدير العام
Our anesthesiologist Dr. Ziegelman, American trained and board certified with 25 years of experience, runs the intensive care unit in Shaarei Tzedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. Dr. Greenspan has been doing General anesthesia dental cases for more than 20 years.

لدينا طبيب التخدير الدكتور زيغليمان, يحمل البورد الأمريكي ولديه خبرة 25 سنة في هذا المجال, ويدير وحدة العناية المركزة في مسشفى شعاري تسيدك في القدس.وقد قام الدكتور غرينسبان بالتخدير العام لحالات علاج الأسنان لأكثر من 20 سنه.

About Dr. Ziegelman
من هو د. زيغليمان
Physician in Charge and clinical instructor for the Anesthesia & Critical Care section at Shaare Zedek Medical/ Teaches at the Center for Students of the Recanati School for Community Health Professions, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva,

Trauma & Resuscitation Officer, IDF Medical Corps Field School


الطبيب المسؤول والمدير الطبي لقسم التخدير والعناية الحرجة في في مستشفى شعاري زيدك الطبي و يعمل محاضر في مركز للطلاب كلية ريكاناتي لجماعة المهن الصحية ، جامعة بن غوريون في النقب ، بئر السبع ، ضابط الصدمة والانعاش, جيش الدفاع الإسرائيلي فيلق الميدانية كلية الطب

الجمعيات العلمية.

Member – Israel Medical Association

Member – Israel Society of Anesthetists

Member – Israel Society of Critical Care Medicine

Head of the Shaare Zedek Medical Center’s Physicians Committee

عضو — الجمعية الطبية اسرائيل

عضو- جمعية التخدير الاسرائلية.

عضو- جمعة طب العناية المكثفه الاسرائيلة

رئيس لجنة أطباء المركز الطبي في مستشفى شعاري سيدك

We Are Moving Our Office

We are moving!

After 8 years in the Gan Technology in Malcha, we are moving our office to the newly built to Bet Hanetziv, adjacent to the Hollandia building on Derech Chevron near tzomet hbankim. Our expected date of moving is February 1. Dr. Ari Greenspan office Bet Hanetziv בית הנציב


We hope that this new location allows us to continue to serve you with the same level of dentistry and professionalism that is our trademark.  There is parking below the building and on many of the streets around the building.

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Wisdom Teeth : Pain And Problems

Wisdom teeth

Wisdom teeth are the 3rd molars that erupt into our mouths from about age 18. These are the back teeth in each quadrant of the mouth. Often times, there is  not enough room in the mouth for the wisdom teeth, and a host of problems can occur.


When the wisdom teeth erupt, there is usually a little flap of gums that covers the back of the tooth. This little pocket of tissue  makes it very easy for food and debris to get caught underneath it and this can create an infection. pericoronitisInitially, it is tender and may bleed when brushed. People will nit clean it since it hurts. However, that only makes the problem worse, by allowing the bacteria to flourish. This causes a swelling of the gums over the wisdom teeth that can be very painful. Sometimes, patients complain of earache, neck ache, and even fever as a result of a pericoronitis.

The treatment for most of these painful wisdom teeth problems is conservative. Cleaning the soft food debris away from around the wisdom teeth will minimize the inflammation. So every time you eat, while you have the pain, you must brush the area gently to make sure it is clean. This minimizes the bacterial load. We also suggest a mouth rinse of salt water or a chlorohexadine mouthwash like Tarodent or Corsodyl. If the area is cleaned like suggested it can begin to improve in 12-24 hours.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Since many times there is not sufficient room in the mouth for these teeth, they erupt in all sorts of angles and locations. Impacted wisdom tooth There is a need for extraction many times. We often will refer them to an oral surgeon for the surgery, as it can be quite extensive. Post operative sweeping and infection is often a concern and the area must be kept clean for optimum healing. We often find a large defect in the bone after extracting wisdom teeth. We sometime will place a bone graft in the socket to ensure optimum healing.

Preventing Broken Teeth and Fractured Teeth

Broken Teeth

All too often we are not careful about how we take care of our teeth. There are many ways which we can cause broken teeth and fractured teeth. Being careful of some basic behaviors can save us lots of pain and suffering later on.

Bad Habits

Many people have developed oral habits that can cause broken teeth. For example, chewing on hard items like pencils broken teethdo great damage. Since these behaviors are unconscious much of the time, they go on for extended periods of time. Biting like this will cause micro fractures that can damage the enamel making it more susceptible to breaking. Some people eat things like sun flour seed and always break them with one of their front teeth. Over the years that can cause an unsightly groove in the tooth.

Another prime source of broken teeth is chewing on ice. While it might be fun, the hard broken teeth ice itself can break a tooth. But less well known is the fact that the freezing ice causes an internal stress in the tooth itself which can weaken the tooth by creating microscopic internal fractures.

Sports And Tooth Danger

Of course contact Sports are a constant concern for teeth. We all know of the hockey players missing their front tooth, but damage can happen when you least expect it. So many times as the summer arrives, I have patients who dived off the diving board into the pool  and did not realize that they were headed right for the floor of the pool. They hit their tooth on the floor and it breaks. Bike riding is another prime source for tooth damage.broken teeth boken tooth repairSee this picture of a child who broke their front teeth. There is a characteristic breakage pattern of an angled break. One way to prevent these concerns is to have a child wear a sports guard when they are involved in an activity that can hurt their teeth.

מידע אישי – Personal Information

Billions Worldwide Suffer from Major Tooth Decay

Billions Worldwide Suffer from Major Tooth Decay

May 30, 2013 — Billions of people across the globe are suffering from major untreated dental problems, according to a new report led by Professor Wagner Marcenes of Queen Mary, University of London, published in the Journal of Dental Research.tooth decay


Professor Marcenes of the Institute of Dentistry at Queen Mary led an international research team investigating oral health as part of the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2010 study.

The report shows that oral conditions affect as many as 3.9bn people worldwide — over half the total population. Untreated tooth decay or cavities in permanent teeth — also known as dental caries — was the most common of all 291 major diseases and injuries assessed by the GBD 2010 study, affecting 35 per cent of the world population.

“There are close to 4bn people in the world who suffer from untreated oral health conditions and Tooth Decay that cause toothache and prevent them from eating and possibly sleeping properly, which is a disability,” comments Professor Marcenes. “This total does not even include small cavities or mild gum diseases, so we are facing serious problems in the population’s oral health.”

The GBD 2010 estimated that the disability associated with severe tooth loss was between those reported for moderate heart failure and moderate consequences of stroke.

Oral conditions accounted for an average health loss of 224 years per 100,000 people (years lived with disability or YLDs) — more than 25 out of 28 categories of cancer assessed in the GBD 2010 study.

tooth decayThe study found that the global burden of oral conditions is shifting from severe tooth loss towards severe periodontitis and Tooth Decay. It found that the global burden of oral diseases increased 20 per cent between 1990 and 2010, while a reduction of 0.5 per cent was observed for all conditions together. This increase was mainly due to population growth and ageing.

Professor Marcenes interprets this observed shift: “Tooth loss is often the final result when preventive or conservative treatments for tooth decay or gum disease fail or are unavailable. It is likely that current dental services are coping better to prevent tooth loss than in the past but major efforts are needed to prevent the occurrence and development of gum diseases and tooth decay. Ironically the longer a person keeps their teeth the greater the pressure on services to treat them.”

The largest increases in the burden of oral conditions were in Eastern (52 per cent), Central (51 per cent) and Sub-Saharan Africa, and Oceania (48 per cent).

The Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study commenced in the spring of 2007 and was a major effort involving nearly 500 scientists carrying out a complete systematic assessment of global data on all diseases and injuries.

Professor Marcenes comments on tooth decay: “Our findings are set to shake up the setting of health priorities around the world, providing an unparalleled amount of up-to-date, comparable data on the diseases, risk factors, disabilities, and injuries facing populations.

“The findings of the GBD 2010 study highlighted that an urgent organized social response to oral health problems is needed. This must deal with a wide array of health care and public health priorities for action.”

Report is entitled: Global Burden of Oral Conditions 1990-2010: A Systematic Analysis

This article appeared in Sciencedaily.com

STD’s, Oral Sex and The Mouth- Dr. Ari Greenspan Part 2

STD’s, Oral Sex and The Mouth

As described in part one, many different disease types can be passed from one person to another during unprotected sex with a person carrying an illness. One of the more important categories of disease are viruses.

There are a number of common viruses that one can catch .

Viral Hepatitis B – causes inflammation of the liver. If the body is not able to fight it, in close to 15% of the cases it becomes a chronic disease and is an STD. It can cause cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer. A vaccine exists for hepatitis B

Herpes – is a viral infection. The virus lives in nerve cell bodies and when the become periodically reactivated, the will once again produce symptoms. The oral form of herpes is called a cold sore or fever blister. It presents as a blister or sore on the lip.  It exists in the body for life. This STD can be painful.

HIV – is a virus and is the cause for  AIDs. AIDS allows for the failure of the human defense system and for opportunistic infections to thrive.

HPV – Human Pappiloma Virus. can cause warts on skin or mucous membranes. It has been associated with various cancers including cervix,vulva, penis and the oropharanx . A vaccine does exist for this virus.


STD’s are an important category of diseases greatly affecting human kind. Transmission can be prevented if proper protective measures are used.