Our comprehensive dental care programme involves a wide range of procedures within a variety of fields of dentistry.
A composite filling, otherwise termed – „a white filling“-, is material used to repair a cracked or broken tooth. Such fillings are mainly used during the reconstruction of front teeth, where aesthetics are all-important.
Endodontic treatment is also known as root canal therapy. It is a treatment for decayed or the dead pulp of teeth resulting in the elimination of infection and in the protection of the decontaminated teeth. The treatment itself comprises the thorough cleaning of the affected root canals, the filling of the decontaminated canals and pulp chambers, and the sealing up of the openings made. By this method, nonvital (dead) teeth can be saved and continue performing their function without restrictions.
A crown replaces a larger part of a tooth that has been damaged through decay or injury while preserving the root of the tooth itself. Both firmly fixed metal ceramic crowns and aesthetic full ceramic crowns are manufactured.
Ceramic / Composite Facet
A ceramic / composite facet replaces small amounts of hard dental tissues that have been lost; it can adjust aesthetic imperfections in teeth caused by developmental damage to hard dental tissues. Facets can close gaps between teeth, reshape them or change their colour, or straighten crooked or uneven teeth.
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth to cover it, to restore its shape, size and strength, and improve its appearance. The most suitable material for its manufacture is all-ceramic material which ensures precision, longevity, durability and aesthetics. All-ceramic materials can replace lost teeth or parts of defective teeth.
Metal Ceramic Crowns
Metal ceramic crowns are standard crowns fitted both onto front or back teeth. The restoration consists of a complete-coverage cast metal crown that is veneered with a layer of fused porcelain to mimic the appearance of a natural tooth.
A bridge replaces a whole tooth or more than one tooth by bridging the gap and creating a substitute that is firmly fixed in place by crowning the teeth adjoining the gap.
A simple form of a removable denture is a resin-based removable denture that replaces some missing teeth (removable partial denture) or one that replaces all the teeth in the arch (removable full denture).
Periodontology deals with diseases affecting the supporting structures of teeth ( periodontium), i.e. the prevention and treatment of such problems. The treatment of periodontal diseases is always a long-term process. The basis of the treatment is thorough dental hygiene and, after consultation with a doctor, an appropriate course of therapy with the aim of saving the gums and keeping the patient´s teeth functioning as long as possible.
Professional dental hygiene allows regular application reliably prevent periodontitis and loss of teeth. Firstly, it is professional tooth cleaning and gum treatment, removal of coatings, tartar and all deposits and pigmentation, which does not belong to the mouth, as well as finding and removing sources of halitosis. In the second place, it is equally important teaching proper dental care, training in cleaning techniques, eliminate bad habits and inappropriate tools for cleaning. The aim is to build an individual hygiene program for each client that would allow everyday quality yet gentle dental care.
An appropriate care from the very first tooth is essential to maintain lifelong oral health. The first dental visit should occur after the first teeth erupt or by a child´s first birthday. Gradual acquaintance with the dentist´s chair, instruction in tooth brushing techniques, and a sensitive, patient and professional approach are a matter of course.
Preventive dental care
Preventive dental care is the most fundamental and important area of dentistry. Its objective is to avoid dental diseases or to discover them in their early, more treatable, stages and thus prevent complications. The recommended optimum interval between dental check-ups is 6 months. High-risk groups of patients should see their dentist more frequently.