Dental Treatment and Aesthetics

Each tooth has its own function and is shaped in a way that allows for performing such a function. The incisors are designed for biting pieces from the food, the canines for crushing the food, the premolars for mastication, and the molars for grinding the food. To restore a damaged tooth to its natural look and functionality, a dentist must be highly professional and must exercise a creative approach. Any procedure, even filling a cavity, is a complex undertaking whereas it involves not only repairing a damaged tooth but also reconstruction of its initial natural look and function.


Incorrect or insufficiently thorough cleaning of teeth is detrimental to the health of teeth and gums. Taking care of oral hygiene and regular visits to a dental hygienist ensure the beauty and health of one’s teeth. We undertake an important task of educating our patients about effective teeth cleaning, therefore, we invite them to participate in the program SOLO PROPHYLAXE developed by the German physician Ralph Petersen. This program offers an alternative to traditional tooth brushes, stressing the importance of cleaning between the teeth.

Teeth Whitening

Everyone wants to have a beautiful and shining white smile. The color of teeth is defined by a multitude of factors: heredity, age, food products and beverages used (such as coffee, tea, red wine, colorful fruit and vegetable juices, etc.), smoking and tobacco chewing (during smoking, the gaseous pigment contained in tobacco smoke settles deeply inside the teeth and makes them yellow). The color of teeth is also affected by various drugs and by a poor oral hygiene.

Children's Dentistry

To make sure that the child’s teeth are healthy, beautiful and properly aligned, the oral hygiene of the child should start as soon as the first tooth erupts. Special attention should be devoted to proper cleaning of teeth, since the timely and relevant oral hygiene may preclude the necessity of dental therapy in the future. The child’s oral health and the health of child’s teeth is the responsibility of parents.


Periodontology deals with treating supporting structures of teeth. As a rule, a gum disease is caused by inappropriate or insufficient oral hygiene. It starts with gum bleeding, the condition called gingivitis. Gingivitis may be treated by a thorough oral hygiene and regular visits to a dental hygienist. When gingivitis remains unnoticed and untreated, its effects can aggravate and the condition can turn into a serious gum disease called periodontitis, where ligaments and bones supporting teeth gradually degrade, the teeth may loosen and fall out.

Oral Surgery

Oral surgery includes tooth extraction of various degrees of complexity, apex resection, dental implants, and other procedures. In our clinic, we have a certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon.

Dental Implants

Where one or several teeth are lost, the missing teeth have to be replaced as soon as possible. If the gaps are not filled, it leads to bone loss in the area of the missing tooth, and as a result the shape of the face can change and the person may look older his or her age. Adjacent teeth can tilt towards the empty spot and create a slit, causing chaos in the bite. If the gap created by the lost tooth is too narrow, it can cause complications for inserting an implant or prosthesis. The empty space that was occupied by the missing tooth can change the bite and further result in headaches.

Dental Prosthetics

Missing teeth cause a chaos in the bite and lead to different oral cavity problems. The central composition of the face gets distorted, which attracts unwanted attention to the person’s face during contacts with other people. Dental prosthetics is the solution for restoring missing teeth or missing tooth parts. Our goal is to rescue as much as possible of the healthy tooth tissues, therefore in each situation we choose most appropriate materials and replace missing teeth with a fixed or removable prosthesis.  To achieve the outcome that restores the function and is aesthetically pleasing, we develop the treatment plan which fits best each patient’s situation and expectations.

I-PRF Injections

In our clinic, we offer a novelty:  I-PRF, i.e., injectable platelet rich fibrin, which is collected from the patient’s own blood. An injection does not have any anticoagulants or any other chemical substances. This is a harmless and safe technique without any side effects and without the risk of allergies or infections.