Treatments offered

We are a team of professionals offering a complete range of dental health services in a single clinic and for the entire family.

Whether it is general or cosmetic dentistry, oral surgery and implantology, dental hygiene, orthodontic treatment or child-friendly solutions with our dentists who also can offer procedures under sedation or general anaesthetic, we are here to meet and cover all your dental needs.

We strive to offer convenience, confidence, and quality in our work, with the assurance that each area of dentistry is represented by a dedicated professional.

Our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Welcome to our practice, where expertise comes in many forms, for the well-being of your smile and oral health.

Dental hygiene and preventive dentistry

In an age where prevention is central, we are convinced that the key to a radiant smile and optimal oral health lies in rigorous dental hygiene and well-controlled prophylaxis.

To achieve this goal, our team puts its expertise and knowledge at your disposal. We follow evidence-based, clinically proven programmes to prevent dental caries and gum disease. All our patients receive personalised preventive advice on how to maintain their oral health and prevent future disease/problems.

General dentistry

Fixed solutions

The reconstruction of decayed or fractured teeth is a major part of the daily dental treatment conducted in our clinic. Composite fillings (bisphenol A-free resins) are tooth-coloured and mostly used for simple tooth reconstructions. Severely decayed and weakened teeth are best reconstructed with laboratory-made crowns or onlays that match the shape and colour of natural teeth. Missing teeth can also be replaced with a bridge made up of several fused crowns. Crowns and bridges can also be attached to dental implants when natural teeth are unavailable or unsuitable.

Removable solutions

Dentures are an alternative treatment option that can be used to restore missing teeth to achieve good occlusal function and aesthetics. However, most of the time, dentures are used temporarily while awaiting treatments that involve fixed reconstructive solutions. Dentures consist of an acrylic frame or plate that supports the replacement tooth or teeth. They are supported by the gums and can also be held in place by metal or acrylic clasps on remaining teeth. Dentures can also be fixed to implants when there are no natural teeth to support them.

The prosthetic reconstruction solutions are individually tailored to the needs and requirements of each patient. Our practice provides prosthetic solutions ranging from simple fillings to complex bridges attached to multiple implants.

Aesthetic dentistry

Bleaching, the use of veneers and orthodontic correction using clear aligners are dental procedures that can be used to aesthetically improve the colour, shape, and position of natural teeth. The type of discolouration and the clinical condition of the teeth often determine the safest and most stable type of whitening procedure to use.

Placing veneers on teeth can be a suitable alternative to teeth whitening when the aim is to change not only the colour but also the shape of the tooth. Veneers are custom-shaped plastic or porcelain shells that are attached to the front of the teeth to create a more aesthetically appealing appearance. However, veneers may not be suitable for aesthetic correction of widely crooked and displaced teeth, or for covering large gaps between teeth. In these situations, the use of custom-made clear aligners (i.e. Invisalign) can be used to orthodontically move teeth into more ideal positions. Compared to the traditional use of metal braces, the use of clear aligners has proven to be an easier, more comfortable, and more discreet way of moving teeth. For these reasons, it is an attractive treatment option also for adult patients who wish to improve the aesthetics of their smile.

In most cases, each of these dental therapies will significantly improve aesthetics. However, some patients may require a combination of several cosmetic dental procedures to achieve a satisfactory result. Our dentists and specialists have the knowledge and experience to conduct these specific therapies for patients wishing to improve the appearance of their teeth.

Gum diseases – Periodontology

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is caused by a chronic, persistent bacterial infection that affects the supporting structure of the teeth (gum and bone). If left untreated, the disease usually progresses until the entire tooth support is destroyed. This will eventually lead to the total loss of the tooth.

The accumulation of plaque (bacterial film) and calculus on the teeth is the main cause of the development of periodontal disease. However, other factors such as smoking, genetic predisposition, diabetes, diet, autoimmune diseases, hormonal changes, and excessive alcohol consumption can all influence the development of periodontal disease.

The main treatment for periodontal disease is good oral hygiene. Detailed information and instructions on this subject are specifically covered and explained by the dental hygienist. The dental hygienist and the general dental practitioner are the main clinicians in the management and control of the periodontal condition of patients. Patient-specific clinical and radiological follow-up checks, including professional cleaning of stained teeth and calculus removal, will, for most patients, keep periodontal disease at bay.

In cases where periodontal disease is at a more advanced stage, additional treatments such as medication (local or general) and surgery will often be necessary and used. A periodontologist (a dentist specialising in periodontal disease) is often consulted when patients suffer from advanced or uncontrolled periodontal disease. The periodontologist has the best expertise to carry out treatments that promote healing and reconstruction of the supporting structures (bone and soft tissue) around teeth that have been lost or damaged for a variety of reasons.

Our specialist in periodontology is Dr Alexandre Loumé

Root canal treatment – Endodontology

Endodontic treatment (root canal treatment) is sometimes necessary for teeth with an inflamed or infected pulp and root canal system.

Root canal treatment is usually carried out by a general dental practitioner. This treatment is sometimes technically difficult and time-consuming. The anatomy of the root canal system, particularly that of the molars, can be complex and difficult to access. Consequently, technical skill, anatomical knowledge and adherence to appropriate hygiene procedures are all important in achieving a good clinical result and a good long-term prognosis for the treated tooth.

A dentist with a clinical specialisation in endodontology (an endodontist) is trained to treat the most complex cases, as well as infections originating from the tooth that affect the root surface and surrounding tissues. The use of a microscope and micro-instruments is most often imperative to carry out high-quality root canal treatments.

Patients are most often referred to the endodontist by their dentist for complex treatments, but patients can also contact our dental practice directly for a consultation.

Our specialist in endodontology is Dr Isabelle Portenier.

Sedation and general anesthetics

All types of dental treatment can, if necessary, be carried out using sedatives or under general anaesthetic (narcosis). Patients with great fear, severe anxiety, or oral hypersensitivity/gag reflexes, as well as children with cooperation problems, can benefit from sedation or general anaesthesia to carry out the necessary dental treatments. Our pedodontist and general dental practitioners are trained to carry out dental treatment using laughing gas sedation. Our practice collaborates with experienced anaesthetists to offer narcosis for patients requiring this additional level of treatment.

For more information, please contact our practice.

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Oral surgery, Oral medicine and Implantology

Oral surgery

Some treatments require surgery by a specialist in oral surgery:

  • Extraction of complex and impacted teeth
  • (e.g. wisdom teeth, supernumerary teeth)
  • Implantology (placement of implants)
  • Bone and soft tissue augmentation and reconstruction
  • Removal of cysts and various tumours in the soft tissue and bone of the jaw.
  • Apical resection
  • (surgical removal of infected parts of the root)
  • Auto-transplantation of teeth

Stomatology / Oral medicine

Oral medicine (stomatology) includes the diagnosis as well as surgical and non-surgical management of various pathologies affecting the oral cavity and buccal mucosa. Soft tissue lesions and tumours that may or may not be associated with the patient’s general condition are diagnosed and treated.


In the event of tooth loss, one or more implants can be placed in order to attach a crown, bridge or prosthesis to restore the lost occlusion. In some implantology cases, bone augmentation or soft tissue reconstruction is necessary to achieve optimal long-term function and a good aesthetic result. Patients are normally referred by their dentist for evaluation and treatment, but it is also possible to contact our dental practice directly for a consultation.

Our specialist in oral surgery and oral medicine is Dr Andreas-Karatsaidis.


Orthodontics for children & adults

Poor positioning of the teeth or jaws due to developmental irregularities can lead to bite disturbances (malocclusions).

Diagnosis of malocclusions

Malocclusions are diagnosed with appropriate clinical examinations, which may also include plaster model assessments, clinical photographs, and X-rays for cephalometric analysis.

Correction of malocclusions

Most malocclusions can be corrected with various orthodontic treatments which may include the use of fixed or removable appliances on the teeth. The severity of the malocclusion will determine if, when and what type of orthodontic treatment plan may be most beneficial in each case.

Patients (children and adults) requiring orthodontic treatment are invited to contact our dental practice for a consultation with our experienced orthodontist.

Our orthodontic specialist is Dr. Teodor Gatlan.

Pedodontics (pediatric dentistry)

Pedodontist: the pediatric dentist

Pediatric dentistry deals with preventive and therapeutic dentistry from early childhood through to adolescence. A thorough knowledge of child psychology, development and behaviour management is essential for successful treatment in a dental environment.

Creating a relationship of trust

The main objective is to carry out dental treatment on children using behavioural techniques to reduce fear and anxiety, thereby creating a relationship of trust and cooperation between the child and the dental team.

Preventive care

In addition to conventional restorative dentistry, attention to preventive care for children is important.Some of these topics are discussed and explained in an encouraging and informative way with both the children and their parents:

  • oral hygiene
  • the use of fluorides
  • attention to diet.
  • oral habits that may interfere with occlusal development.

Collaboration with other specialists

Additional collaboration with a pediatrician, logopedist, anaesthetist and orthodontist may also be necessary to achieve an optimal treatment plan for the child.

Our specialist in paediatric dentistry is Dr Tamara Perez Garcia.