Cosmetic dentistry

Esthetic fillings +

For esthetic restorations we use composite and glass ionomer materials. These materials have many advantages, biomechanical and especially esthetic, which make them virtually undetectable once placed in the cavity. This feature is most important within your line of smile.

Teeth whitening +

This is a very important part of esthetic dentistry. We give advantage to a method that does its magic at your home during the night with the use of gels based on carbamid peroxide. It is an absolutely safe and highly effective method.

Veeneers +

Veneers are thin scales made of ceramic or a composite material placed on the front surface of a tooth (labial or buccal) in order to correct its shape, colour and minor defects, such as cracked or chipped edges, spaces between teeth or overlapping teeth.

Jewels for teeth +

They give your smile that special touch. Placement of the jewel is completely safe and without any damage for your tooth. At any moment it can be removed or replaced with another one.

Oral surgery

Dental implants +

Contemporary dentistry provides us with a much more comfortable solution in rehabilitation of a partially or completely toothless jaw, by using dental implants. They represent a substitute for natural teeth giving you an option to avoid rehabilitation with removable dentures.

After the dental implants have been placed it takes some time for them to heal (fuse with the surrounding bone). During this time dental implants should not be exposed to any pressure. When the healing period passes, fixed restoration is made over dental implants. The success rate for dental implants today is over 95%.

Rooth resection-apicotomy +

With this procedure the tip of the root is removed, indicated in cases of chronic periapical lesions, inadequate root canal treatment, root fracture...

Cyst enucleation +

The majority of dental cysts are the result of untreated gangrene of a tooth or an inadequate root canal. They can also form during the development of the jaws and teeth or during tooth eruption, and grow to a significant size, thus effecting neighboring structures and in rare cases they can undergo malignant transformation.

Extraction of retained and other teeth +

Sometimes tooth eruption can be disabled – retained tooth, but that doesn't mean that the development of tooth is disabled as well. Retained tooth is a tooth that is unable to erupt due to some mechanical obstacle, unfavorable position of a tooth germ, lack of an erupting impulse, pathological processes that damaged tooth germ….

Pre-prosthodontic surgery +

All surgical procedures that aim to ensure successful prostodontic rehabilitation are classified as pre-prostodontic surgery. These procedures are performed in order to correct anomalies and prevent consequences of periodontal disease that could jeopardize further rehabilitation.

Combined orthodontic and surgical treatment +

Dentistry today is a science that requires team work. In the course of orthodontic treatment it is sometimes necessary to perform certain surgical procedures. Before any work can be done, a doctor ( an orthodontist) will devise a detailed treatment plan that is based on the inspection of a patient, patients X-rays and a model study and decide if any surgery needs to be done. The most common procedures are : tooth extraction in order to prevent or treat crowding of teeth (usually it is the wisdom tooth that needs to be extracted sometimes even before it starts erupting- procedure called germectomy), frenectomy in order to correct spaces between teeth (usually central maxillary incisors), cortycotomy- a procedure that removes soft and hard tissue in order to facilitate tooth eruption.

Treatment of oro-antral communication +

In some cases, while extracting maxillary teeth (premolars and molars) there is a chance that the maxillary sinus gets opened due to the fact that root tips of the maxillary teeth are located extremely close to the floor of the sinus. It is a situation that needs to be resolved quickly (usually by means of surgery) in order to prevent later complications such as chronic sinusitis or oroantral fistula.