Dental procedures

Modern methods

Innovative technology

Experienced specialists


Prevention includes preventive check-ups, which are essential steps for maintaining oral health. As part of initial examination the dentist will thoroughly inspect the teeth and gums to identify potential problems or existing decay. To do this, he or she may use X-ray images, which provide a more detailed view of the condition of the bones and tooth roots, which is important in diagnosing hidden problems. 

Dental aesthetics

Teeth whitening helps remove plaque and discolouration from teeth, resulting in a brighter, more radiant smile. Another option is the usage of facets, thin covers made of ceramic or composite that are placed on the front of the teeth to hide irregularities. To improve the shape and strength of the teeth we use dental crowns, which are made of a special material and contribute to an aesthetically pleasing smile.


Dentures restore the aesthetics and function of the oral cavity in the case of missing teeth. Fixed prosthesis (crown), is a permanent replacement of one tooth and is permanently fixed to the tooth root. Removable prosthesis is flexible and can be removed and inserted into the mouth as needed, it is used to replace missing teeth throughout the jaw. A bridge is a denture that rests on adjacent teeth and replaces one or more missing teeth.

Dental hygiene

Dental hygiene at the dentist includes professional tartar removal, which is an important step in preventing serious gum and tooth problems. In addition, dentists provide a service of teeth whitening, which helps to improve the aesthetics of the smile and eliminate colour deviations. For children regular visits to the dentist to provide them with proper care and education about good dental hygiene from an early age are important. It is recommended to go for dental hygiene twice a year.

Restorative dentistry

in the treatment of tooth decay we often use white fillings, which are made of composite material, compatible with the tooth structure and aesthetically invisible. In the case of major damage, we also use ceramic fillings, which are custom-made and provide greater durability and aesthetic value. These modern advances in restorative dentistry provide long-lasting and aesthetically pleasing solutions for patients with damaged teeth.

Dental surgery

Common interventions include tooth extraction, necessary when the tooth is damaged and severely decayed. Implantology is focused on working with dental implants, which are small metal ridges that are surgically inserted into the jaw to replace missing teeth and provide stable support for dentures. It involves various surgical procedures such as the insertion of implants, preparation of the bone for the implants, and the subsequent installation of crowns or bridges.