Though there are a number of specializations in the field of dentistry, general dentistry is the base of all these fields. It has a number of branches, including oral surgery, periodontics, orthodontics, and pediatric dentistry. A general dentist works in a number of these fields and treats a vast number of different types of these clinical cases. Some of these responsibilities include identifying the various diseases and conditions that affect the teeth, creating and managing dental treatment plans, and leading the entire dental team, which consists of other professionals such as technicians, diagnosticians, and other paramedical staff.


The destruction of teeth brings up a lot of inconveniences, such as the deterioration of diction, and chewing problems. From an aesthetic point of view, a broken tooth also looks unattractive. However, there is a way out – you have the option to restore the shape of the tooth with the help of prosthetics. Crowns or bridges can be installed if the root of the tooth is still healthy. Thus, it is possible to return the functions of a healthy tooth in order to still enjoy food and a beautiful smile without restrictions.


Dental caries and cavities are very common dental issues. They look completely harmless, however, if left untreated, the process of decay can lead to consequences such as pulpitis, periodontitis and even tooth loss. In our clinic, the word “Caries” or “Cavities” is no longer associated with pain – the procedure of this treatment begins only after anesthesia, to ensure your maximum comfort.


Tooth-colored fillings are a type of restoration procedure that restores the shape of a partially destroyed tooth with the help of composite materials, which match the color of the tooth. It allows dentists to create an aesthetically beautiful restoration of your teeth. Thanks to advances in modern dental materials and techniques, we have more ways to create pleasing, natural-looking smiles.


Pulpitis is a consequence that results when caries are not cured in time. Root canal treatment (endodontic treatment) includes pulp removal, mechanical and drug treatment of root canals (with hand and machine tools) and canal filling. If necessary, temporary root canal fillings can come with special preparations to enhance the anti-inflammatory effect.


If a tooth is destroyed so hard that it cannot be saved, we have to use the last desirable method – tooth extraction. Luckily, the extraction process takes place using anesthesia and the newest tools that allow us to perform the procedure quickly and painlessly.


Implantation is the most popular way to replace a lost tooth, and with several advantages:

Durability – when following the recommendations of the doctor, patients usually don’t have any problems with implants for decades;

Ease of maintenance – maintaining oral hygiene and regular preventive dental visits are all that you need to keep up with after implantation;

Comfort – dentures on implants do not injure mucosa (the lining of the mouth), when performed correctly, cause no pain or discomfort;

Bone preservation – after implantation, the bone is subjected to the same stresses as with the native tooth; because of this, the degeneration and thinning of the tooth are prevented.


These types of dental prosthetics have always been relevant because of their importance in creating a better smile. Dentures can be independently put on and taken off without assistance. And, as we know, progress and technology do not stand still: now, removable dentures are made of modern materials individually for each patient with very high accuracy, now they are much lighter than their predecessors and have an impressive service life. Thanks to this, now every person who has lost a certain number of teeth or even all teeth, can chew normally again and sincerely smile, without experiencing any discomfort.


What can you do if your dentures break? Call our clinic! We usually carry out urgent repairs in just 1-2 hours.