Our dental office includes basic, protetic and ondothology stomatologic treatments. It also deals with both oro-maxilla-facial surgery and implantology. In addition, there is a radiology lab. Last but not least, you may make any use of a well qualified personnel you please in order to prevent dental  sickness through a prophylactic treatment.

Dental Radiology
The modern Dentistry is tightly linked to radiology or X-ray. Using radiography, the dentist can detect from early stages a tumour, over numerous or inclusive teeth, hidden cavities, endodontics (root canal treatment), or can plan the proper treatment in orthodontics, implantology and surgery. Our dental office is well equipped for taking retro alveolar X-rays.


Esthetic Dentistry
In the latest years, the patients’ demands have increased greatly, wishing to have very white beautiful teeth. A smile with clean and healthy teeth opens many doors.

In our dental office, our staff can provide quality services, such as photo polymeric obturations (having the teeth colour), ceramic or Bell-Glass inlays and crowns. We can also bleech the darker teeth. After this procedure, a sensitiveness of the teeth may appear and may last several days.

Prosthetics means not only the replacement of the missing teeth but also the reconstruction (by “covering”) of the destroyed teeth. This also includes ceramic and Bell-Glass inlays or sides, bridges, crowns, total or partial prosthetics.

In same cases, an inlay is an improved and lasting solution than an obturation from a composite or amalgam material. The dentist removes the decay (or the old obturation) , then takes an imprint. Using it, the dental technician prepares and produces the inlay in his lab. The inlay may be of porcelain, Bell-Glass or metal. It will be cemented by the doctor in the prepared cavity.

If the tooth is completely destroyed, it is necessary for a crown to be built. This will have the shape and size of the natural tooth. A crown offers protection for a radicular – obturated tooth which becomes stronger.

A bridge can replace one tooth or more missing teeth – this is an anchor for the neighboring teeth. A partial prosthetics is removable and a replacement for one tooth or more teeth. A total prosthetics replaces all the teeth placed in an arch.

Regular visits to the dentist should start from early ages even if there are not any visible problems.

It is very important that the parents set themselves as an example for their children and to explain to them the right method to brush their teeth. The role of the milk teeth (baby teeth) is crucial for maintaining the position of the permanent ones. The prophylaxis in our dental office consists of sealing the fissures of molars, explaining the correct method of brushing our teeth and flouring.

Peridontal Treatment
Food scraps harden on the surface of the teeth because of the minerals from our saliva. So, the tartar is formed. If it is not removed on time or the scaling is not performed a t least once a year, then, the tartar will penetrate sublingually and will cause a retraction of the alveolar bone.  Thus, it appears the periodontal disease. If it is not treated properly, the teeth become mobile and they will be missed eventually.

Dental implants are the replacement of missing teeth by placing a titanium screw in the upper or lower jaw bone. They act as the teeth roots, so they are an anchor for crowns, bridges, or prosthetics which are finalized after a period of 3 to 6 months.

This alternative is ideal in cases of a total lack of teeth together with a low alveolar gum and the total prosthetis does not have any adherence; or in cases of unilateral lack of teeth in order to produce a fixed denture not a removable one; or in cases of a missing tooth when the intact teeth are not used as abutments.