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First visit

First dental visit

The purpose of the first dental visit is to gather as much information as possible about the patient’s state of health, his individual therapeutic needs and the course of current treatment. During this visit the following activities will be carried out:

  • gathering information on the patient’s general state of health (medical history)
  • gathering information on current dental treatment
  • examination of the oral cavity
  • if necessary, additional tests (X-rays, diagnostic models)
  • presenting a preliminary treatment plan

Depending on individual needs, the doctor may refer the patient to perform additional diagnostic tests.
The information collected will allow us to jointly analyze each case among doctors of various specialties, so that at the next visit you will receive a comprehensive dental treatment plan in writing.

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Prosthetics Prosthetics

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Surgery Surgery

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Orthodontics Orthodontics

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Cosmetic dentistry Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of teeth. The starting point for assessing their color and shape is first to carry out professional cleaning, including scaling, sanding and polishing.

Children’s dentistry Children’s dentistry

Children's dentistry includes prevention and treatment of milk teeth and young permanent teeth.

The adventure with the dentist's office should start at 18 months.

Occlusal reconstruction Occlusal reconstruction

Patients with tooth wear, malocclusion, missing teeth, cervical defects or crackles in the temporomandibular joints require a comprehensive treatment plan based on a thorough examination.