Dear Clients,

As of 1 January 2023, we will terminate our cooperation with health-insurance companies and, on the same date, transition to a system of direct billing on the basis of the valid pricelist.

Clients who use our current programmes (PREMIUM, GOLD, PLATINUM) and original EXTRA CARE and EXCLUSIVE CARE programmes will continue to be entitled to free preventive care. The frequency and scope of dental care and discounts in the case of dentistry are specified by the individual programmes. Clients who use the original EUC PREMIUM programmes, which do not include preventive care, will newly be billed for preventive dental examinations according to the valid pricelist.


Thank you for your understanding.  


Thanks to regular preventive check-ups, it is possible to forestall a number of health problems. In addition to healthy teeth, patients usually leave with valuable advice on how to properly take care of them. Ideally, we should have a dental check-up every six months. 


Preventive dentistry for adults

How is an examination usually carried out?

  • The first step is to conduct an initial examination. First, the patient's general medical history is reviewed, followed by the examination itself, which primarily consists in checking of the oral cavity.
  • The doctor takes an orthopantomogram, i.e. a panoramic X-ray image showing both of the patient’s jaws. The doctor thus gains an overview of the overall condition of the patient’s teeth. In addition to cavities, this method can also detect cysts, tumours and fractures. This method is usually used only once every two years.
  • The X-ray examination is followed by a detailed examination of all teeth.
  • Another important part of the initial examination is checking of the oral mucosa, the salivary glands, the surface of the tongue and the condition of nearby lymph nodes.
  • The examinations are painless. In the case of more extensive procedures, local or general anaesthesia can be used.
  • Of no less importance, the dentist examines the jaw joint and mucous membranes using a Velscope instrument.
  • If the doctors discovers a problem that is necessary to treat, he/she will prepare a treatment plan at the end of the check-up. This plan specifies the further course of treatment and additional examinations or specific procedures.


Don’t forget about prevention for your children. Preventive dental check-ups are recommended for children from the age of six months.

How is an examination usually carried out?

  • Examinations are carried out in a very similar manner as in the case of adults.
  • The only significant difference is the possibility of taking a panoramic X-ray image, which can be done with children over the age of six years.
  • In addition to ordinary preventive check-ups, it is possible to perform a number of premium examinations and procedures. If the child is cooperative and the primary molars are present, the doctor can take small images inside the child’s mouth.
  • Other appropriate procedures include fluoridation, i.e. the application of fluoride to the tooth enamel, which is a particularly effective means of preventing tooth decay, and depuration (cleaning), which removes plaque deposits and, partially, pigmentation.         


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