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EUROPEAN DENTAL CENTER

The European Dental Center is the leading dental clinic in Moscow and it offers a full range of dental services: therapy, implantology, prosthetics, orthopaedics, peridontics, hygiene and preventive care, orthodontics and paediatric dentistry.

Medical care at European Medical Center

The European Medical Center (EMC) was founded in 1989. Today, EMC is one of the largest private medical clinics in Russia.

The EMC consists of several divisions: a new multifunctional hospital on Schepkina street, multifunctional medical centers in Spiridonievsky Pereulok and Orlovsky Pereulok, EMC Children's Clinic on Trifonovskaya street, the European Dental Center (EDC), a clinical diagnostic and histology laboratory, and EMC Assistance (expert support in the treatment abroad). EMC in-patient department numbers more than 150 beds.

The EMC multi-functional centers operate 24 hours a day: emergency, urgent and acute care, in-patient departments, diagnostic departments, including computer and magnetic resonance imaging. In the EMC clinic in Spiridonievsky Pereulok, there is the Women’s Health and Wellness Center, which includes a reproductive technologies department.



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Three weeks ago I sustained a tear in my frenulum, there was some blood but no pain. It healed up, but…?

08.09.2014: Guest

Question: Three weeks ago I sustained a tear in my frenulum, there was some blood but no pain. It healed up, but then it tore again sometime later during sex, and it was painful and bleeding. What should I do? Will it heal up or should I go to the doctor for surgery?

Answer:  It's simple, you just need some plastic surgery on the frenulum of the foreskin. Otherwise it will keep tearing.   Aleksey Zhivov - MD, PhD, Head of the EMC Urology Clinic, urologyst, oncourologist, pediatric urologist, Associate Professor of Urology at the Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry.