Our Services

What Service We Offer

Patient satisfaction is always our first priority.


Oral surgery includes surgical interventions in the area of ​​the oral cavity. The most common oral surgical procedures are tooth extraction, complicated tooth extraction, extraction of impacted wisdom teeth (alveotomy), cutting the tip of the root of a diseased tooth (apicotomy), frenulectomy, extraction of residual and broken tooth roots, removal of cysts. Oral surgical procedures also include the installation of implants.


After the loss of one or more teeth, in order to maintain the integrity and functionality of the entire stomatognathic system, each lost tooth must be replaced. A dental implant is surgically inserted into the jaw as an artificial root. It serves as a carrier for prosthetic replacements.


Dental prosthetics is divided into mobile and fixed prosthetics. Mobile prosthetics include braces that the patient can put in and take out of the mouth by himself. Aids include different types of complete and partial dentures. Fixed prosthetics includes all the works that the doctor of dental medicine fixes in the mouth. Fixed prosthetics include veneers, crowns and bridges made of different materials.


General dentistry includes providing dental care to people of all ages. It includes treatments such as dental treatment (endodontics), fillings (fillings) and tartar removal. Endodontics, i.e. dental treatment, refers to the therapy of the process of the tooth itself, i.e. the dental nerve (pulp). Periodontology deals with the treatment of the supporting structures of the teeth (bone, cementum, periodontium, gingiva).


Aesthetic dentistry is a branch that deals with the aesthetics of the oral cavity. Procedures with which we can improve the aesthetics of teeth are whitening, ceramic veneers, metal-free ceramic crowns (EMAX), aesthetic composite fillings, sandblasting and ultrasonic cleaning of calculus and deposits.


Within the dental clinic, we use several radiographs: Orthopantomogram or orthopan is the most common type of imaging, it is used as an orientation image during the first examination. CBCT is a 3D scan of teeth and bone structures. Retroalveolar and bitewing images are images of a single tooth using an rvg digital device.


What Customer Says

Patient satisfaction is always our first priority.


General Question

We selected several of the most common questions from our clients and gave answers to them.

  • Oral surgery
  • General dentistry
  • Aesthetic dentistry
  • Children's and preventive dentistry
  • Prosthetics
  • Periodontology
  • Oral surgery
  • Aesthetic surgery