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Implantology is a modern branch of dental medicine which deals with solving of all forms of edentulousness by embedding dental implants in the jawbone.

Dental implants are titanium screws that are implanted in the jawbone by minor surgical procedures.

Each extracted tooth can be replaced by an implant which, after a period of adhesion to the bone, becomes the replaced tooth root . In cases where there are more teeth missing, with implants one can avoid mobile prosthetic solutions in the way that implants become bearers of bridges, which are the most natural replacement of teeth. When all teeth are missing, complete removable dentures can be replaced with completely fixed solutions on implants.

Also removable dentures can be stabilized on a smaller number of implants and that way make them more stable and comfortable. In cases when, due to long-term edentulousness, bone atrophy occurs and there is no bone volume for an implant, then, before installation of implants the volume of bone has to be increased by certain surgical procedures (sinus lifting , and horizontal and vertical augmentation of the bone with grafts).



Today, modern times bring the imperative of health, beauty and success, which often means the same thing: a nice smile.

A beautiful smile and shining teeth are the best indicators of health and the key to a beautiful and youthful look.

Beautiful and healthy teeth play an important role in raising self-esteem and facilitate coping with life's challenges.

Over time teeth darken physiologically or due to the consumption of certain food, beverages or drugs.

They change shape from youth as the result of wear, trauma or inadequate fillings.

These changes lead to a loss of youthful smile and dissatisfaction with own appearance or loss of confidence.

Modern dental medicine offers many effective solutions to growing aesthetic demands, from teeth whitening, replacing the grey amalgam fillings with white ones, composites or even better the lab-made inlay, zirconium ceramic or full ceramic crowns, to aesthetic veneers.

Beside the so-called "white aesthetics", modern dental medicine offers many procedures to improve the so-called "pink aesthetics", of gingivoplasty, where in an efficient manner a beautiful and symmetric smile can be achieved, to the bone resective methods to mitigate the so-called gingival smile (gummy smile) or solution to the gingival recession (naked roots).



The main task of the modern prosthetics is the replacement of the extracted teeth, and improvement of its function and aesthetics. Lack of any tooth can be solved in several ways, depending on the priorities of the patient.

Modern prosthetics can offer multiple solutions depending on the prosthetic, biological, aesthetic or functional indication or financial situation.

In addition, to restore missing teeth prosthetically all kind of corrections from mild to moderate imperfection can be solved, such as tooth position, shape and colour.

In order to compensate total edentulousness, modern dental medicine offers more solutions than just removable dentures, overdentures, dentures supported by implants, to completely fixed solutions on implants. Partial edentulism can be solved partially with mobile dentures, or fixed with crowns and bridges, on faceted teeth, or implants.

Crowns can be metalloceramic, circonceramic, or fully ceramic, depending on the resolution of functional and aesthetic requirements.

For the correction of minor aesthetic flaws in teeth, such as teeth discolouration, crack, wear, large, inadequate sealer and for correction of shape and position veneers and crowns are used.



Periodontology is the branch of dental medicine that deals with the preservation of periodontal health, gingive (gum), tooth root cementum, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone.

There are many factors which influence the development and spread of periodontal disease, the most important are the genetic predisposition, a weakened immune system, and local factors such as bacterial infections caused by lack of dental hygiene and oral caries (bacterial plaque, calculus), protruding fillings, crowns, bridges, smoking, alimentary habits and other.

The most common periodontal diseases are gingivitis and periodontitis.

For the prevention of this diseases oral hygiene and regular dental control are the most effective.

In addition to regular cleaning and polishing of teeth, it is possible to achieve a timely diagnosis and prevention of progress of any periodontal disease.

When periodontal disease appears the first step in treatment is the "initial periodontal therapy", which implies cleaning the teeth of soft plaque, bacterial plaque and hard plaque, calculus above the gum edge, scraping and polishing the root below the gingival margin.

If such therapy does not lead to healing of the periodontal disease, surgical therapy is needed.

Which consists of a series of interventions that range from removal of periodontal pockets to regenerate bone around the teeth.




When the caries is so advanced and has reached the dental pulp (nerve), the tooth hurts and then it is necessary to treat the tooth endodontically.

With adequate local anaesthesia and cofferdam isolation of the tooth, the dental pulp is being removed, root canals are being cleaned and widened, then hermetically sealed.

An endodontically treated tooth, due to lack of large amount of tooth substance, usually it must be upgraded and prosthetically fixed with an inlay, onlay, overlay, or a crown.

In this way, the tooth can serve the patient for many of years.



Restorative is one of the fundamental disciplines in classic dental medicine which involves treating the most common and widespread tooth disease - dental caries.

Teeth suffering from dental caries are treated, with the use of anaesthesia and rotary instruments to remove the diseased tissue of the tooth and replace and upgrade with a modern, aesthetic, composite filling.

The requirements for a quality and durable composite filling is isolation of the tooth using a cofferdam.



Orthodontics is a branch of dental medicine that deals with correcting the irregular position of teeth and with intermaxillary relationship, with the aim of achieving symmetry, function and aesthetics of the entire masticatory system.
It is ideal to start orthodontic treatment in childhood, although today with such therapy patients of all ages can be treated.
The therapy involves the use of mobile or fixed devices depending on the anomaly to be corrected, the patients age, duration of therapy, patient preferences and their finances.
Besides the more beautiful smile, with correction of teeth position, the prevention of dental caries and periodontal disease occurs due to cleaning with a brush and flossing.



Correction of wrinkles in the perioral region is performed with fillers based on hyaluronic acid.

Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance that is found in the connective tissue of the skin, where it has a multiple role: skin hydration, maintenance of the skin tone and neutralization of the harmful free radicals.

Restoring the hyaluron, the normal amount of water in tissue is being restored, making the skin elastic and firm.

The procedure is very simple. It only takes one visit to implement the treatment with hyaluronic filler for wrinkle correction and it lasts approximately 10-15 minutes.

The treatment consists of application of the hyaluronic filler of different density in the places with distinct folds.

It requires no anaesthesia, but only the application of the anaesthetic cream to the skin, and after two hours the patient can return to daily activities.

This simple treatment corrects wrinkles around the lips, nose (nasolabial folds), cheeks, cheekbones, chin, eyes and nose base.



Private, high-quality equipped dental laboratory allows the creation of all prosthetic and implant-prosthetic restorations in the shortest possible time and with utmost precision. The constant presence of our dental technicians, from the moment of taking the prints to testing of the finished work, that is the real formula for excellence and your satisfaction.