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Our specialities

Our team combines experience with knowledge of the best techniques. The dentists who form part of our clinic are specialised in each of the services we offer.

Implants and oral surgery

A dental implant is a solution for replacing missing or damaged teeth. It consists of an artificial titanium root that is inserted into the jawbone and a customised dental crown that is placed on top of the implant. Dental implants are a popular and long-lasting option for restoring function and aesthetics to the smile. It is important to consult with a qualified dentist to determine if dental implants are right for your individual case.

Tooth whitening

Teeth whitening is a non-invasive treatment that helps to remove stains and lighten the colour of teeth. It can be performed in a dental office or at home with a tooth whitening kit. Teeth whitening treatments typically use chemicals such as hydrogen peroxide to remove stains and discolourations on the surface of the teeth. It is important to talk to a dentist before undergoing any tooth whitening treatment to make sure it is safe and effective for your specific dental situation.


Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on correcting problems related to the position of the teeth and jaw. Orthodontic treatments can correct problems such as crowded teeth, misaligned jaws and incorrect bites. The most common orthodontic treatments use devices such as brackets and invisible aligners to gradually move teeth into their correct position. The duration of orthodontic treatment varies depending on the complexity of the case, but can last from a few months to several years. It is important to consult with a qualified orthodontist to determine if orthodontic treatments are appropriate for your individual case.


Periodontics is the speciality of dentistry that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect the tissues that support the teeth, such as the gums, alveolar bone and periodontal ligament. Periodontal disease is very common and can affect people of all ages. Symptoms include swollen and bleeding gums, bad breath, tooth mobility and tooth loss. If not treated early, periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss and more serious health problems. Treatment of periodontal disease includes deep cleaning of the gums and removal of the bacteria that cause infection. It is important to maintain good oral hygiene and see your dentist regularly to prevent periodontal disease and treat it early if it occurs.


Endodontics is a dental treatment used to treat and save teeth that are damaged or infected on the inside, where the dental pulp is located. Dental pulp is a soft tissue that contains nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue, and can be damaged by deep decay, tooth fractures or repeated dental injuries. If the dental pulp becomes infected, it can cause pain, swelling and tooth sensitivity. The goal of endodontics is to remove the damaged pulp and disinfect the inside of the tooth, then seal it and protect it from future infection. During treatment, local anaesthesia is used to ensure patient comfort. Once root canal treatment is completed, the restored tooth can last for many years if good oral hygiene is maintained and regular dental check-ups are carried out. Endodontics is an alternative to tooth extraction and can save teeth that would otherwise be doomed to be extracted.


Paediatric orthodontics is a speciality of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental and bite problems in children and adolescents. These problems may include crooked, crowded, protruded, gapped teeth or an improper bite. Paediatric orthodontics focuses on early correction of these problems to avoid major long-term complications such as tooth decay, periodontal disease and jaw joint problems. Orthodontic treatments for children and adolescents include braces, removable appliances and in some cases, tooth extraction. The benefits of paediatric orthodontics go beyond the aesthetic improvement of the smile, as it can also improve chewing and speech function, as well as prevent future dental health complications. It is recommended that children have their first orthodontic consultation at six years of age to detect any problems early and plan appropriate treatment.

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