Restorative dentistry

The best teeth are yours. Your original. Your very own. Don't lose a piece of your own healthy tooth unnecessarily, either because you hesitate and put off going to the dentist, or because of an overly radical or ruthless procedure.

As part of restorative dentistry, we try to prevent tooth decay in our patients, or at least detect and treat it in time. Modern technology allows us to detect incipient decay at a very early stage (so it's up to you not to underestimate scheduled check-ups).

When treating tooth decay at our clinic, the dentist always uses magnifying glasses and proceeds with the utmost caution and care. It goes without saying that we use the most advanced filling materials from the world's leading manufacturers.

Root canal treatment (endodontics)

Tooth decay can cause a lot of pain. The bacteria Streptococcus mutans is one of the causes. It produces acids that slowly destroy your enamel and dentine. A long delay in seeking medical treatment can lead to serious complications and unnecessary, very painful inflammation of the root canals, which in extreme cases can result in a visit to the dental emergency at half past three in the morning.

We take care of our clients in such a way that they never end up in the dental emergency in the morning. Of course, we are also prepared for more complicated procedures such as root canal treatment. An operating microscope, endomotors and a range of other specialised equipment are used during the procedure. If the dentist is careful, the whole procedure can take more than 3 hours. However, the stakes are high and appropriate care is necessary. (Note. Unsuccessful endodontic treatment must be repeated (so-called reendodontic treatment), and here the success rate of the procedure is already lower, typically 70-75%. The consequence of unsuccessful endodontic and reendodontic treatment is the loss of a tooth and a possible replacement - in the form of an implant, autotransplant, bridge or removable prosthesis).

The high price of these procedures is related to the length and difficulty of the procedure and the expensive technological equipment used.