Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of teeth. The starting point for assessing their color and shape is first of all professional cleaning, including scaling (removal of tartar), sandblasting (removal of sediment) and polishing.
To lighten the teeth color, whitening is performed. In the Dental Gallery office we use an overlay method of teeth whitening. It is a safe, phased procedure that the patient performs at home. However, it should be remembered that it is the dentist who qualifies, prepares and supervises the patient during the whitening process.
At the first visit to the dental office, an impression is taken, on the basis of which the dental pads are prepared. At the second visit, the patient receives individually tailored overlays and whitening preparation along with directions for using the preparation.
An additional advantage of the overlay method is the ability to repeat the procedure using previously made overlays.
In the case of major tooth damage, abnormal anatomical structure, gaps between teeth, cosmetic dentistry procedures give the opportunity to improve the shape and color of the teeth. Depending on the clinical indications, one of the methods is used:
The purpose of the first 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.
Implantology is a modern field of restorative dentistry and consists in supplementing a missing tooth or teeth with implants.
Dental prosthetics is a part of restorative dentistry, which consists of replacing missing teeth or rebuilding a damaged part of a tooth.
Dental surgery includes a number of procedures within the oral cavity, which are performed under local anaesthesia.
Orthodontics is a field that deals with the prevention and treatment of malocclusion and dental abnormalities.
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.
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.