Treatment

Dental Treatments abroad don't have to be risky! Our treatments come with guarantees and comply to the highest quality standards. We offer a wide range of Dental treatments The most important are:

1.Implant

Dental Implants replace missing teeth. It is a permanent, more natural-looking, aesthetic solution than dentures. A titanium rod is surgically placed into the jawbone, replacing the root of the tooth, providing an anchor for bridges or crowns. Dental implantation is a costly process, but provides the most permanent solution to replace a missing tooth, they also improve the chewing ability and are virtually undetectable.

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2.Bridges

A bridge, also known as a fixed partial denture, is a dental restoration used to replace a missing tooth or teeth by joining them permanently to adjacent teeth on either side. The abutment teeth are reduced in size and shape to accommodate the material to be used to restore the size and shape of the original teeth in the correct alignment and contact with the opposing teeth.

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3. Crowns

A crown, or cap, is a type of fixed dental restoration which completely covers or encircles the tooth or dental implant. Crowns are designed to make the tooth stronger if its badly decayed, or if many dental procedures have been carried out previously (filling, root canal treatments etc). It can also greatly improve the appearance, like the shape or angle of the tooth. The materials used for crowns can greatly vary, and to determine which one to use can depend on the location, shape, decay or even personal preference. The materials can be gold, metallic, resins, ceramics or Zirconium oxide. Zirconium-framed crowns covered with ceramic are the most aesthetic choice, as the transparency of the crown will be the same as the natural tooth`s. Crowns provide a strong and aesthetic tooth-replacement option.

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4. Root Canal Surgery (Endodontic Treatment)

A procedure to protect and save an unhealthy or injured tooth. If you have an infected, decayed or injured tooth, it will cause many unpleasant symptoms, like chronic pain caused by contact with hot or cold liquids, pain when biting. If not treated, the infection can lead to loss of the tooth.

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5. Temporary Filling

Temporary restoration is a temporary filling of a prepared tooth until permanent restoration is carried out. It is used to cover the prepared part of the tooth, to prepare for indirect restoration such as inlays and onlays. Temporary fillings are also used for 'stabilization' techniques where many restorations are needed, and the problem may become worse before it can be fully treated – so temporary fillings are placed in order to stop progression.


6. Composite Fillings (colour-matched permanent fillings)

Composite fillings are more aesthetic and much safer than amalgam (silver) fillings and are constantly improving. Filling with tooth-coloured composite resin means the restoration of the original colour and shape of the tooth. We mix the filling from different colours to achieve the exact shade, enabling the filling to merge with the rest of the tooth, rendering it 'invisible'. When preparing the cavity for the filling, only a minimal amount of healthy dental tissue is removed.




7. Veneers

A veneer is a thin layer of material placed over a tooth, either to improve the aesthetics of a tooth or to protect a damage to a tooth`s surface. They can greatly improve the appearance of the teeth, can slightly alter the shape and the colour of the tooth. They can close small gaps between teeth and can act as a protective layer from everyday erosion caused by acid in food and drinks. There are two main types of material used to fabricate a veneer, composite and dental porcelain.

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8. Inlay-Onlay

In dentistry, an inlay is an indirect restoration (filling) consisting of a solid substance (porcelain or composite) fitted to a cavity in a tooth and cemented into place. It is used, when a cavity is too large for ordinary filling, but the tooth surrounding doesn`t need treating. An onlay is the same as an inlay, except that it extends to sit on the tooth to build up its shape. (Crowns are onlays which completely cover all surfaces of a tooth).

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9. Dentures

Dentures, also known as false teeth, are prosthetic device constructed to replace missing teeth. They are supported by surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. A full denture replaces all the natural teeth, while the partial denture fills in the places created by lost teeth. Conventional dentures are removable, however there are many different denture designs, some which rely on bonding or clasping onto teeth or dental implants.




10. Teeth-Whitening

With time the natural shade of the teeth can go darker, or teeth can be stained due to smoking, consuming coffee or coloured fizzy drinks. Although professional teeth whitening is an aesthetic procedure, it`s important that the treatment is carried out on healthy teeth.




Upon completion of the treatment you will recieve all records and documentation in a digital format (Treatment plan, Treatment records, price break-down, OPG image, dental Photographs).