Our services

Dental emergencies

Dental emergencies can happen at any time, which is why we’re here to help when you need us most. If you experience severe toothache, swelling or trauma, it is important to call us immediately. Our experienced team will quickly assess your situation and provide you with the necessary therapy or advice.

Regardless of the complexity of the procedure, we will do everything we can to restore your tooth to its natural health and function. In addition to treating your immediate dental emergency, we will also eliminate the underlying cause of your pain. This may include addressing issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, or other oral health issues.

In our dental practice, we treat every patient professionally, reliably, and honestly. Dental emergencies can be scary, which is why we strive to create a comfortable environment for all of our patients. Contact us with confidence and let us help you!

Inspections and controls

Regular dental checkups are essential to maintaining a healthy smile. In our practice, a team of experienced dental experts will welcome you and advise you on future steps and maintaining the health of your teeth.

During the exam, we will perform a thorough examination of your teeth and gums to identify any signs of cavities, infection, or other dental problems. We also use advanced diagnostic tools such as the RVG imaging system for bite scans and intraoral photography to get a clear picture of your condition.

We believe that prevention is the best medicine and together with you we build a personalized plan to preserve the health of your teeth for the rest of your life. We are committed to providing you with the highest quality care and treatment options along with a pleasant, stress-free dental experience.

Don’t wait until dental problems appear – schedule your regular check-up today and take the first step toward a healthy smile… Contact us to learn more about our comprehensive dental services!

Dental prosthetics

Dental prosthetics is a branch of dentistry that brings back a smile on your face, but also helps you regain your lost self-confidence. It refers to different types of dental restorations that can replace missing or damaged teeth. Dental prosthetics solutions are designed to look, feel and function like natural teeth, providing patients with a functional and aesthetically pleasing solution to the loss of teeth.

In our office, we offer fixed and mobile services for partial and complete toothlessness. We make crowns and bridges from the best materials with a wide selection of metal-ceramics, emax-crowns, and zirconia.

With our help, you can restore your smile and compensate for a lost tooth with a bridge or denture. Bridges are fixed dental prostheses that can replace one or more missing teeth. They attach to surrounding teeth or dental implants and can restore the function and appearance of your teeth. Dentures are a type of removable dental appliance that can replace multiple missing teeth.

For each patient, we propose an individual therapy and solution, according to your wishes, needs and possibilities. Contact us with confidence, schedule a check-up and shine with your new smile!


Dental implants are an excellent choice for tooth replacement, providing you with fixed work in case of complete toothlessness or tooth replacement without grinding a healthy tooth. They are extremely durable and long-lasting, and after installation, they act like natural teeth without any difficulties during adjustment.


With proper care and regular oral hygiene, a dental implant can last for decades or even a lifetime. Also, dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that can prevent bone loss in the jaw. When a tooth is missing, the jawbone can begin to decay, which can lead to additional tooth loss and a sunken facial appearance. Dental implants stimulate the jawbone, prevent bone loss and preserve the facial structure.


If you are interested in dental implants, your first step is to arrange a follow-up examination. During this appointment, we will evaluate your oral health, discuss your goals for tooth replacement, and determine if dental implants are the best option for you. We will be there for you during the entire process, from consultation, procedure, final solution and check-ups, in order to give you the smile you deserve.

Aesthetic dentistry

Aesthetic dentistry, also known as cosmetic dentistry, is a branch of dentistry that focuses on improving the appearance of the teeth, gums, and overall smile. The goal of aesthetic dentistry is to create a beautiful, natural smile that restores self-confidence.

There are a variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures, including teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, dental bonding, and orthodontic treatments such as braces or clear braces. Each of these procedures is designed to address specific dental problems, such as discoloration, chipped or cracked teeth, gaps between teeth, misalignment, and more.

In our office, we restore your bright smile to your face by replacing old fillings with new ones or by whitening a darkened tooth. With ceramic veneers, thin, custom veneers that are glued to the front of your teeth to improve their appearance, we can completely transform your smile.

Properly aligned teeth are easier to clean, reducing the risk of tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health problems. We determine the size and shape of the teeth according to the shape of your face and lips in order to achieve the most harmonious results, respecting the personal preferences and wishes of each patient. Arrange a check-up with us and take the first step towards a new smile!


Endodontics is a specialized area of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of the dental pulp and tissue around the root of the tooth. Endodontic treatment, commonly known as root canal treatment, is used to save teeth that are infected or damaged by decay or injury.

Endodontic treatment is a very successful procedure, which can help you avoid the need for a more extensive dental procedure. In addition, it can prevent the spread of infection and protect your overall health. In our procedures, we use cofferdam, rubber for insulation, which enables a high level of insulation and treatment without the penetration of bacteria from saliva into the root canals.

Modern advances in technology have enabled safe and effective root canal treatment while preserving your natural teeth and maintaining a healthy smile.

Restorative dental medicine

Restorative dental medicine is a branch of dentistry that focuses on restoring the function, health and appearance of teeth that have been damaged by caries, trauma or other factors. This area of dentistry includes various procedures aimed at repairing or replacing damaged teeth, restoring their original form and function.

With early diagnosis, we find caries before it has destroyed a large part of the teeth with minimally invasive composite fillings. We repair large, old black fillings or caries on vital teeth with a ceramic restoration, which is an excellent restoration for such teeth and guarantees long-lasting quality and stops further tooth destruction.

Restorative dentistry can provide many benefits, such as improved tooth function, allowing patients to chew and speak properly, better appearance, giving patients a more confident smile, and preventing further damage, helping patients maintain their oral health. Schedule a check-up and shine with a new smile!


Periodontology is the branch of dentistry that deals with the study and treatment of the structures that support the teeth, including the gums, bones and other connective tissues. This field is crucial to maintaining the health and longevity of your teeth, as it is responsible for identifying and treating periodontal diseases that can lead to tooth loss if left untreated.

Periodontal disease is a chronic bacterial infection that affects the gums and bone that surrounds and supports your teeth. This condition is caused by a build-up of plaque and tartar on the teeth and gums, which can eventually lead to inflammation, infection and breakdown of the supporting tissue.

The treatment of periodontitis varies depending on the severity of the condition. In the early stages, treatment may include scaling and root planning, a deep cleaning procedure that removes plaque and tartar from the teeth and gums. In more advanced cases, surgery, such as flap surgery or bone grafting, may be required to repair the damage done to the supporting tissues.

Prevention is key when it comes to this disease. Along with good oral hygiene practices, regular dental examinations and cleanings are also important. If you experience symptoms of gum disease, such as bleeding gums or persistent bad breath, schedule a check-up and take care of your dental health.