Our dental activities are based on a focus on the prevention and early diagnosis of dental diseases.
At the very first visit, we listen to the patient’s concerns and wishes, make the X-rays and examine the current state of the teeth according to which we prepare a treatment plan. We explain the causes of dental problems and the link with general health and possible future prospects. In view of the patient’s current condition, we recommend oral and dental care products.
When planning a wider range of dental care, we will take photographs of the condition of the patient’s mouth and teeth and take diagnostic models. We will make a more detailed written treatment plan and a price calculation. Almost always, there are several different treatment options available.
Through routine professional examinations we can detect issues before they become problems. Dental problems start small but grow rapidly even with proper brushing and flossing. Patients should be examined and possibly treated in every 6, 9 or 12 months. During routine checks, it is possible to diagnose and prevent the progression of dentistry early. The frequency of visits will be determined during treatment.
- Tooth examinations
- Dental X-rays – panoramic X-rays and intraoral X-rays
- Removal of dental deposits and pigment
- Personal oral hygiene recommendations
- We are committed to preventative dental care and early diagnosis of dental diseases. Watch a video on the development of gum disease
For all first-time patients, we make panoramic X-rays, which include the entire lower part of the face, the jaws and the teeth, in addition we also make smaller intraoral X-rays for more detailed diagnosis and early detection of changes.
X-rays give us vital information we cannot get from any other source. New patients receive a complete set of x-rays at their first visit or can bring x-rays from their previous dentist. Accurate diagnosis starts with a complete series of x-rays!