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Dental Fillings-Composite Fillings

Composite fillings are a popular choice for repairing cavities due to their natural appearance. Made from a mixture of glass or quartz filler in a resin medium, these fillings blend seamlessly with the natural tooth color. The procedure involves removing the decayed portion of the tooth, applying the composite in layers, and hardening it with a special light. Composite fillings are ideal for areas that are visible when smiling or talking. They bond directly to the tooth structure, providing additional support and reducing the risk of breakage. While slightly more expensive than amalgam fillings, their aesthetic benefits often justify the cost.

Teeth Whitening (Bleaching)

Teeth whitening, also known as bleaching, is a cosmetic dental procedure that lightens teeth and removes stains and discoloration. It can be done in-office by a dentist or at home using custom trays and whitening gels. In-office treatments use high-concentration bleaching agents and special lights or lasers to accelerate the whitening process, providing immediate results. At-home kits, provided by dentists, offer gradual whitening over several weeks.

Original price was: €1,000.Current price is: €750.

Implant Crown

An implant crown is the final component of a dental implant, serving as the visible part of the restoration. Made from materials such as porcelain or zirconia, implant crowns are designed to match the color and shape of natural teeth. They are attached to the implant abutment, providing a functional and aesthetically pleasing tooth replacement. Implant crowns restore the ability to chew and speak properly while blending seamlessly with the surrounding teeth.

Original price was: €500.Current price is: €400.

Orthodontics-Clear Aligners (Invisalign)

Clear aligners, such
as Invisalign, are a popular alternative to traditional braces for orthodontic
treatment. These custom-made, transparent trays fit snugly over the teeth and
gradually shift them into the desired position. Patients receive a series of
aligners, each slightly adjusted, to wear for about two weeks before moving to
the next set. Clear aligners are nearly invisible, removable for eating and
cleaning, and offer a comfortable, convenient way to achieve a straighter
smile.

Original price was: €7,000.Current price is: €5,000.

Orthodontics-Fixed Braces

Fixed braces are a
traditional orthodontic treatment used to correct misaligned teeth and bite
issues. They consist of metal or ceramic brackets bonded to the teeth and
connected by a wire. Over time, the braces apply continuous pressure to move
teeth into the desired position. Regular adjustments by an orthodontist ensure
progress throughout the treatment, which typically lasts one to three years.
Fixed braces are highly effective for treating a wide range of orthodontic
problems.

Original price was: €8,000.Current price is: €6,500.

Orthodontics-Removable Braces

Removable braces, such as clear aligners, are orthodontic devices designed to straighten teeth without the need for fixed brackets and wires. These braces are custom-made to fit snugly over the teeth and can be taken out for eating, brushing, and flossing. They work by gradually shifting teeth into the desired position through a series of aligners that are changed every few weeks. Removable braces offer a discreet and convenient alternative to traditional fixed braces.

Original price was: €5,000.Current price is: €3,000.

Dental Fillings-Amalgam Fillings:

Composite fillings are a popular choice for repairing cavities due to their natural appearance. Made from a mixture of glass or quartz filler in a resin medium, these fillings blend seamlessly with the natural tooth color. The procedure involves removing the decayed portion of the tooth, applying the composite in layers, and hardening it with a special light. Composite fillings are ideal for areas that are visible when smiling or talking. They bond directly to the tooth structure, providing additional support and reducing the risk of breakage. While slightly more expensive than amalgam fillings, their aesthetic benefits often justify the cost.

Original price was: €200.Current price is: €150.

Digital Dental Scanner

A digital dental scanner is a high-tech device used to create precise digital impressions of a patient’s teeth and gums. Unlike traditional impressions that use putty-like materials, digital scanners capture detailed images using optical technology. These images are used to design custom dental restorations, such as crowns, veneers, and aligners, with improved accuracy and efficiency. Digital dental scanners enhance patient comfort and streamline the workflow in modern dental practices.

Original price was: €3,000.Current price is: €2,500.

Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy)

Endodontics, commonly referred to as root canal therapy, is a dental procedure aimed at treating infections or inflammation within the tooth’s pulp. The pulp, which contains nerves and blood vessels, can become infected due to deep decay, repeated dental procedures, or injury. During a root canal, the dentist removes the infected pulp, cleans and shapes the inside of the tooth, and then fills and seals the space. This procedure preserves the tooth, prevents further infection, and alleviates pain. Often, a crown is placed on the treated tooth to restore its function and appearance. Root canal therapy is essential for saving teeth that would otherwise need to be extracted.

Original price was: €1,000.Current price is: €800.