Dentist, surgeon-parodontologist, specialization: pregnant women teeth care
In 2013 she graduated from the Dental Faculty of the National Medical University named after Bogomolets A.A.
2013-2015 – General Dentistry internship at the Uman regional hospital in Cherkasy region. At the same time, she started internship at Dubnova’s Clinic “STOMATOLOGiYA”.
She actively participates in the organization of training courses and lecturing for dentists at the Clinic, is a member of the PerioSchool team, being interested in innovations of the dental market, took additional training courses on the basis of Ivoclar Vivadent (Liechtenstein), seeks to understand the secrets of psychological relationships with patients.
She believes that a modern dentist should push the boundaries of narrow professional fields and be a multi-skilled specialist: examine the patient all by his / herself, diagnose a case, make a treatment plan and execute it.
In her work, she looks up to the global medical standards and the best Ukrainian achievements in dentistry. Following the statement that a doctor stops learning only when he or she dies, she is constantly working and improving her professional skills. English speaking doctor.
She leads a dental and surgical reception of pregnant women, actively advises future mothers on the problems of periodontology (gum treatment). Very positive and friendly. She is able to support and motivate her patients, who are satisfied with the reception of Elizaveta Viktorovna and are in a good mood.
In her leisure time she likes fishing, going to the cinema and theater. She enjoys spending time with her family.
“Volinskaya Elizaveta Viktorovna completed her internship clinic in the clinic and has been working with us for four years, she has passed specialization in surgery and mastered the skills of a surgeon, specializes in surgical dentistry. If you need a thoughtful, calm, competent doctor, then your choice is Elizabeth!”, – Dubnova Lesya, Chief Physician of the Dubnova’s Clinic “STOMATOLOGiYA”.
Portfolio of works
Initial situation: The patient was admitted to a dental clinic with the recommendation of removing the third molar, which was cut in the direction of the cheek, resulting in a chronic traumatic ulcer.
Photo 1. Arrows show the area of inflammation
Assessment of the situation: after a detailed examination of the pregnant patient, and taking into account the state of the mother and child, and a medical history, it was decided to deal with the problem conservatively (without surgical interference).
Result: after 5 days of properly selected local therapy, we came up with a positive dynamics and the opportunity to delay surgical interference (removal of the third molar), which incredibly pleased the future mother and her family.
Photo 2. The arrows show the area where inflammation was found at the first visit to the clinic
Now the future mother not only has a good mood, but also has a dentist whom she trusts, and whom she happily visits for checkups during pregnancy.