Orthodontic Dentistry 

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals with improper positioning of teeth. A person may have an over bite, under bite, overcrowding of teeth, crooked teeth or a jaw misalignment—which could cause eating or speech problems. In such cases, orthodontic treatments are recommended to slowly change the positioning of the teeth to be straighter and more aligned. Orthodontics can also be used for cosmetic purposes if the person wishes to have a better smile.

Ceramic veneers

Ceramic veneers is usually related to front teeth, which are visible when we smile or speak. During such a procedure the colour or the form of teeth may be inhanced. This method is also applied when cosmetic bonding or teeth whitening procedures cannot give the desired results. 

Non-metallic ceramics based on zirconium oxide

It has a number of advantages:

• Strength

• Adjustment accuracy

• Good adhesion (adhesion) to tooth tissues

• Lightness

• Biocompatibility (not characterized by allergies)

The accuracy of the crown adjustment is determined by the zirconium oxide frame on the treated tooth, which is first modeled in a computer with a proper program, and then embedded in a special

device, made with the help of a laser scanner and a computer.





Restoration of crowns

and missing teeth



Metal-ceramic crowns

The metal frame is made of German-safe alloy (Cr-Co), the frame is molded with high precision in a special vacuum apparatus. The ceramic masses are then placed and baked in a modern ceramic kiln, so the crown prepared is not completely different from the natural tooth in the neighborhood. It does not fade over time, does not change color, is not allergic, and their strength, durability, wear resistance and natural luster make metal ceramics irreplaceable among non-removable constructions. 


Implantation is widespread in modern dentistry. Dental implants provide a unique opportunity to restore missing teeth without brushing and processing neighboring teeth. Avoid moving the remaining teeth around the missing tooth, correct the chewing function and visual side. The implant is an artificial root that is inserted into the jawbone and attached to the gums. Bridge or removable prosthesis. Implantation is a painless procedure, performed under local anesthesia, and is not a complicated and lengthy procedure for the patient.

Nylon (elastic) prosthesis

Nylon is a widely used material in medicine. Unlike other prostheses, nylon prosthesis does not contain additional fixations, has a unique aesthetics, is light, practically invisible, does not require special care and is easy to get used to.

Byugelian prosthesis

It is used in case of multiple tooth loss, especially in the so-called "final defects" when we no longer have the last tooth. This construction, unlike a conventional plastic prosthesis, ensures the distribution of chewing force between the gum and the abutment teeth. In our clinic, bugels of  different complexity are made, both with "Ney" clamps, as well as attachments.