Implant Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry

Mouth automatically attracts the eyes of other people. Therefore it is not surprising that beautiful teeth were considered as the "visiting card" ofan attractive and neat body already in ancient times. Findings originating from these times show which handworker's skills were tried to improve the aesthetics of mouth then. People who have beautiful teeth laugh rather and more often than ones who would like to hide their ugly teeth.

Modern, aesthetic dentistry also meets this desire from the point of view of cosmetic improvement, performing it gently but irreversibly - by means of changing the, form, and position of teeth and by interventions in the area of gums.
  • Aesthetic dentistry procedures
  • Cosmetic dentistry treatments can be performed to correct everything from minor flaws in the smile to severe tooth discoloration, missing teeth and uneven spacing between teeth.  

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  • Complete and masking dentures
  • There are variations to supply the tooth with crowns different in techniques and costs. more >>
  • Ozone treatment
  • Professional tooth-cleaning /Intensive cleaning of the surface of the tooth with polish/
    The purpose of a professional cleaning is to remove all hard and soft bacterial dental plaques, which are the main causes of caries and periodontitis. more >>
  • Professional tooth bleaching, tooth whitening
  • Whiter teeth during a short period of time: this is the promise  of Zoom Teeth Whitenig. Though there are plenty of tooth bleaching agents available for home use as a part of kits sold in the supermarkets, tooth whitening under a close supervision of a professional is often the wisest and most effective solution of all.  On an evaluation scale for testing zoom teeth whitening, parameters indicate an eight shade whiter enamel after undergoing the procedure.

    Zoom 2 method � The secret of Zoom 2 method is the combination of a bleaching gel with blue light. This gel is pH-neutral, and does not harmfully affect teeth. The light activates the gel directly applied on teeth, and so the result is faster and more effective than the one yielded by traditional methods.

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  • Swarowski dental jewels
  • A brilliant smile

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  • Tooth-coloured ceramic fillings
  • Fillings � The replacement of compromised or missing hard tooth substances and restoration of the forms of teeth with substances being foreign for the human body. Inlay � inlay fillings, the form of which is made by using casting techniques outside the mouth. - of zirconium � made free from metals combining resistance and durability. - of gold with unattainable aesthetics costing a bit more however, it is an ideal solution. more >>
  • /Bonding, masking techniques/
    In contrast to crowns, transition between the applied ceramic skin and the tooth is virtually invisible. The visible surfaces are slightly polished, and provided either directly in the mouth or provided with a masking layer made in a dental technical laboratory using adhesive techniques. more >>

    Prosthetic dentistry
  • Combined denture
  • A removable denture is built on a so-called metal plate and fixed to either existing teeth or crowns built on implants with precision mechanical elements or telescopic crowns. Model casting is a permanent solution to care for remaining teeth. The involvement of healthy teeth (e.g. in case of setting the telescope) can be avoided with it. Telescopic denture provides a possible solution for patients who have teeth only partially, where fix dentures are not possible to be applied. Telescopic crowns and double crowns provide a stable joining between fix and removable dentures. more >>
  • Removable denture
  •   Full denture: Complete or full dentures replace all the teeth in the upper or lower jaw. A denture helps you to chew food properly. In addition it may improve speech and prevent a sagging face by providing support for lips and cheeks. 

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  • Veneer fixed dentures, crowns, dental-bridges
  • Crowns and dental-bridges consist of two parts. The visible outer ceramic cover set a form and aesthetic value of the tooth, and build the masticating surface. In order to fix them a strong framework must be made which can stand up against masticating pressure. Different materials may be used to produce the framework. more >>

    Preservative dentistry
  • Adhesive bonding techniques
  • As people age, surface tooth enamel wears and the gums recede, exposing the root surface. The root surface is covered by a material called cementum, which when exposed, is very sensitive. This condition can be the result of either abrasion or erosion. Loss of tooth structure due to mechanical wear is called abrasion. This is most commonly seen as a "notched area" on the tooth right at the gumline.    more >>
  • Inlay techniques in ceramics, belleglass and gold
  • Ceramic inlays are tooth-coloured fillings for use in back teeth when high degree of aesthetics is desired.They are glass-like porcelain-based fillings, fabricated outside of the mouth. These restorations have to be cemented in the tooth preparation with composite cement. Once cemented, ceramic inlays are strong and wear-resistant.   more >>
  • Preparation with minimum invasion
  • Minimally invasive dentistry 

    * never removes any more tooth structure than is absolutely required to restore teeth to their normal condition.

    * uses dental materials that conserve the maximum of tooth structure 

    * uses only dental materials that have been researched by leading dental schools and research institutions

    * uses only the strongest and longest-lasting dental materials to reduce the need for future repairs and restorations

    *it performs the least amount of dentistry in any situation

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  • Professional amalgam removal
  • While there is a controversy about amalgam fillings and many authorities claim it is safe, we never use amalgam in our practice but we do remove it. Amalgam removal should be done safely and the debris should be disposed of safely.   more >>
  • Root canal treatment with laser for pathogen- and bacterium-free root canals
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  • Root canal treatments (endodontics)
  • Root canal dental treatments are required when the tooth pulp is infected due to decay or injury, impending normal blood supply. If the pulp continues to be infected, the entire root canal might be involved, leading to abscess. With the treatment the infection can be treated and there is no need to remove the tooth.       more >>

    Temporomandibular joint disease
  • All temporo-mandibular disfunctions and their symptomatic treatment with NTI-TSS (Nociceptive Trigeminal Inhibition Tension Suppression System)
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  • Functional analysis (axiography)
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  • Splint therapy for immobilization
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  • Bacterial testing for periodontal disease
  • Bacteria causing periodontitis are harboured in the deep gingival pockets. They are anaerobic bacteria, which are destroyed in the presence of oxygen, so they are very difficult to culture. Enzymatic testing can be done in the doctor's surgery but this procedure cannot identify all the bacteria. Immunology tests require peripheral blood samples, which usually cannot be obtained in the dental office.    more >>
  • Gum shaping, gingiva tissue recounturing
  • Healthy, well-contoured pink gum-tissue compliments and frames the teeth. The esthetic framing of the gum tissue is as important to the teeth as a quality frame is to a painting. Gum tissue that is red and swollen and unsymmetrical in appearance detracts from teeth that are otherwise healthy.  more >>
  • Periodontal surgery
  • If you are diagnosed with periodontal disease your dentist may recommend periodontal surgery. Periodontal surgery is necessary if the tissue around your teeth is unhealthy and cannot be repaired with non-surgical treatment. The most commonly prescribed periodontal surgical treatments are: pocket reduction procedures, regenerative procedures, soft tissue grafts more >>
  • What is periodontal disease?
  • Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection of the gums, bone and ligaments that support the teeth and anchor them in the jaw. The bacteria are normal inhabitants of the mouth and form a film of dental plaque and calculus (tartar) which stick to the teeth. The bacteria produce poisonous toxins which, if not stopped, may destroy the supporting structures of the teeth and eventually leads to tooth loss. more >>

    Implant dentistry
    An implant is suitable to replace one or more teeth. It is an artificial tooth root made of titanium. The recently popular form of an implant is a screw or a graded post. The material is pure titanium the surface of which is specially made to be built into the bone and connected to the gum-tissue. Titanium is the most tissue-friendly material. No allergic reactions to this metal or reactions in the tissue develop.
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