A bridge is a structure that replaces one or more missing teeth. It is permanently fixed on one or more teeth or roots or implants and restores the shape of the dentition.
Crowns are created to fit and cover exactly the contours of the tooth. They can be made either of metal and porcelain, of zirconium or entirely of porcelain. Crowns can both protect the tooth and improve aesthetically its image.
Porcelain inlays are a conservative method of restoring a damaged tooth that otherwise would be required a full coverage with the help of a crown. Inlays are placed on the tooth when it can no longer be restored with a filling because of the great damage caused. To fully understand what a porcelain inlay is, you should think of it as a filling, designed and prepared to perfectly fit your tooth with the use of digital technology that will be cemented to the tooth by your dentist. Inlays are indirect cosmetic restorations of a solid substance and durability. With CEREC only one session is required for the construction of the inlays.
Root canal treatment is the removal of the tooth’s pulp, a small thread-like tissue in the center of the tooth. Once the pulp is damaged, infected or dead it should be immediately removed and the remaining space should be cleaned, reshaped and filled in. Years ago, a diseased tooth or a tooth with injured pulps should be entirely removed. Nowadays, the root canal treatment saves a lot of teeth that would otherwise have been lost.
Periodontitis is a disease deriving from the development of gingivitis. It causes infection and inflammation of the gum tissue and bones supporting the teeth. This infection is caused when gum inflammations are not treated effectively or not treated at all. The infection and inflammation is spread from the gums to the tissue surrounding the tooth (periodontium) and to the bones supporting it. The lack of support leads to the looseness of teeth and to a certain amount of tooth immobility which will inevitably result in teeth export.
Gingivitis is a bacterial infection of the gums, which causes the gums to bleed and to become red, inflamed and swollen. The reason behind this condition is the poor daily brushing of the teeth and gingival. When you reach adulthood, the hormonal changes observed increase the gingival sensitivity. Growing older, habits such as smoking, bad diet, health problems, bad habits, stress and aging increase the risks of gingivitis.
This treatment can be quick, painless and with remarkable results, as we can now avoid the usual methods that terrify the patients. Laser will kill all bacteria, will compress and remove the pathological tissue within the dental follicle and subsequently help the human body to produce new tissue in a bacteria-free environment.
This clinic welcomes all young children in order to provide them with the correct guidance for effective oral hygiene and for any treatment. We aim to create a relationship of trust with children so that they grow up trusting and not fearing their dentist from the age of 2.
The use of laser for any dental treatment as it comes to children is completely safe and helps them overcome any phobias they have developed regarding their dentist. With the use of laser, local anesthesia, and consequently the needle that scared the children, is avoided. The use of the dental wheel, along with its annoying sound and vibration, is also avoided.
Cosmetic fillings or otherwise white fillings, also known as resin composite fillings, are a modern method or restoration of decayed teeth. Furthermore, unattractive black fillings can now be replaced for a more natural and aesthetic result.
These are smaller fillings of a higher aesthetic and greater strength, thanks to the lasers’ ability of selective removal of decay and of strong etching, which greatly increase the strength of the adhesive agent. The preparation of the cavity with the use of the laser is done without anesthesia and without any physical pain. In our clinic all kinds of fillings are made with the most modern materials, combined with the use of cutting edge laser.