Dental hygiene

Dental hygiene

Important notice

Our dental department is open, however, we are currently operating at a reduced capacity. We are still performing preventive check-ups, fixing acute problems such as tooth extraction, or basic root canal treatment. We are not currently performing planned aesthetic and prosthetic treatments (fillings, crowns, bridges, dental hygiene).

Dental hygiene is engaged in the prevention of caries, as well as the prevention andtreatment of gingivitis and periodontitis.

We provide our clients with a broad range of services:

  • Highly specialized field of supplementary dental care
  • Professional tooth cleaning (removal of tartar with ultrasound and specialised hand tools, removal of stains caused by tea, coffee, cigarettes, etc.)
  • Polishing – tooth polishing using a special polishing compound
  • Teaching proper home dental care, practicing cleaning techniques
  • Recommendation and selection of the appropriate equipment for proper dental care (toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, gels, mouthwashes, etc.)
  • Special care for periodontal patients, patients with implants, pregnant patients, children, patients with braces
  • Fluoride treatment
  • Application of dental jewelry
  • Polishing of restorations
  • Teeth whitening

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