General dentistry
dental exam
conservative dentistry (composite fillings, white fillings)
endodontics – tooth treatment
ultrasonic dental scaling and tooth polishing
air flow – sandblasting

Aesthetic dentistry
metal, non-metal, zirconia crowns
vital and avital tooth whitening
veneers – ceramic facets, shells
tooth jewellery
ceramic fillings

implants with suprastructure
bridges and dental prostheses

Dental prosthetics
CAD CAM technology – non-metal and zirconia crowns and bridges made in one visit
metal crowns
non-metal and zirconia crowns
complete and partial dentures (skeletal and plate)
implant crowns
temporary crowns and bridges

removal of dental deposits
gingival curettage
surgical therapy

Dental radiography
digital dental radiography with computer-aided radiograph reading

Laser Biolase iPlus
cavity preparation
endodontic therapy,

periodontal therapy
crown lengthening
implant opening
sulcus opening for impression taking

Pediatric and preventive dentistry
oral hygiene education
fluoride treatment
extraction of primary teeth
fissure sealants
tooth protectors

mobile braces
fixed braces
clean aligners

Simple and complex tooth extractions
Impacted tooth extraction
Apicoectomy – a surgical procedure through which the apex of the tooth root is removed, together with the pathological process (cyst or granulation tissue) when conservative preservation of the tooth is not possible.
Bone augmentation or bone graft where the bone is missing is a standard surgical technique in implantology for small bone defects, in which barrier membranes and bone grafts are used; it is performed a few months before implants are placed, in order to create conditions for the placement.
Gingivoplasty is an oral surgical procedure through which the visible part of gingiva is reduced and dental crowns are lengthened.
Hemisection is performed when only one root of a tooth is lost, while the remaining roots continue to hold the tooth and can later be used for prosthetic rehabilitation.
Sinus lift is a technique through which the floor of the sinus is lifted upward and bone substitute is applied, thus creating conditions for placing implants a few months later.
Dental implant placement
Dental implant is a titanium screw which is placed in the jawbone, acting as a replacement root for the missing tooth, on top of which an artificial tooth can be attached.