Q: Are implants safe?

A: Of course. Implants are a tried and tested treatment method that has been in use for over 20 years. It has since been perfected to the degree that it is currently a completely safe, practical solution.
Q: Can implants act as a fully functioning replacement for teeth?
A: Implants are embedded deep within the bone, and their crowns are made of porcelain, which is a material that most closely resembles teeth. Because of this, implants are the closest we can get to natural teeth.
Q: How do I take care of implant?
A: Implant care is no different than cleaning your regular teeth. They must be washed at least twice a day, as well as flossed. Additionally, you should visit your dentist once every six months for a check-up.
Q: Do you provide child dental care?
A: Yes. Our personnel is prepared for servicing children, so that we can provide a painless, stress-free experience for our youngest patients.


Q: Why should I wear dental braces?
A: Braces are highly recommended if you suffer from malocclusion. This helps us keep our teeth in good health, as well as greatly improve the sensation in our mouths for many years. Additionally, braces can help with speech impediments.
Q: What should I do before my first visit to an orthodontist?
A: You should clean your teeth very carefully. No other preparations are really necessary. There is no need for extensive dental treatment before the visit, though you will most likely be prompted to undergo treatment right before implementing dental braces.
Q: Do braces interfere with eating?
A: Fixed braces pose no problem with eating, though you should avoid certain products, as they may damage the braces. Avoid hard fruit and vegetables, chewy and sticky foods, etc.
Q: When do I need fixed braces and when will a removable one suffice?
A: Removable braces are usually recommended for children with malocclusion during their growing period. Adults and adolescents are usually only treated with fixed braces.
Q: At what age can I start orthodontic treatment?
A: There are no limits. You can usually start at age five or six, and there is no upper limit.

Teeth Whitening

Q: Who can undergo teeth whitening?
A: Anyone can undergo teeth whitening. The procedure is mostly recommended to people with teeth discolouration resulting from eating coloured foods and smoking cigarettes. It allows us to restore the natural whiteness of our teeth in a way that is both simple and safe.
Q: How long do the effects of whitening last?
A: The duration of the whitening depends on a number of factors. On average, it lasts for around two years, but that time can increase or decrease depending on our diet and lifestyle. Thanks to periodical inspections we can extend that time to a large degree – this is particularly recommended for those who smoke, drink coffee regularly, or ingest coloured food or drinks often.
Q: Is whitening safe?
A: Teeth whitening in our clinic is completely safe. Thanks to advanced technology and the professionalism of our employees, you can count on an effective procedure that can in no way worsen your health.