Our clinic teaches patients the importance of naturally healthy teeth, emphasizing regular preventive examinations and dental hygiene.
Initial examination and prevention
The current condition of a patient’s teeth and mouth are assessed at the first initial examination, with a recommendation of the best possible solutions.
Teeth cleaning and dental hygiene
It is already a standard procedure for teeth to be cleaned by a hygienist to keep them and gums healthy. It is recommended at least twice a year and includes the following:
- Instruction and training in dental hygiene
- Ultrasound tartar removal
- Brushing the teeth with abrasive, fluoride-added toothpaste to remove plaque
- Fluoridating the teeth
- Checking for gingivitis and periodontal disease
Teeth are sanded only if they are heavily pigmented especially when treating periodontal disease.
Fine powders are used that in no way harm the tooth or surrounding tissue.
White fillings are the standard today for small and medium-sized cavities and defects. High-quality white fillings have excellent, full-value esthetic and mechanical features and can even replace long-term a missing part of a tooth. The advantage of them is the option of immediately filling a tooth to allow a patient to eat immediately afterward.
When there are medium or large cavities and a large part of the tooth is lost, esthetic and mechanically resistant fillings can replace tooth tissue.
Inlays, onlays and overlays are composed of a solid ceramic, tooth-colored material with a similar structure to a real tooth. They are produced while you wait from a scan directly at the clinic, so you can leave with your tooth treated and filled on the same day.
Inlays, onlays and overlays are composed of a solid ceramic, tooth-colored material with a similar structure to a real tooth. They are produced directly from a scanned PC imprint right in the clinic, with just one sitting in the dentist’s chair, so a patient can leave with the tooth treated and filled on the same day.
|inlay -||Filling used to replace a small part of the tooth|
|onlay -||Filling to replace a larger part of the tooth|
|overlay -||for situations where only the chewing surface has to be replaced|