Nothing is as valuable as retaining your natural teeth.
Professional dental cleaning as part of dental prophylaxis is therefore an essential element of our treatment concept.
Proper dental care and regular check-ups are basic prerequisites for healthy teeth and help to avoid diseases of the teeth and gums in the long term.
In addition to thorough check-ups and detailed information, we offer professional dental cleaning to carefully remove tartar and plaque and eliminate stubborn discoloration of the teeth.
Finally, we polish your teeth and treat them with a fluoride varnish (caries prophylaxis).
We offer special professional dental cleaning rates for schoolchildren and students!
A radiant, unselfconscious smile is what everybody wants!
Teeth are an important part of a person’s appearance. Beautiful, white teeth are a sign of good health, youth and self-confidence. Missing, abraded, discoloured or broken teeth, on the other hand, have a detrimental effect on our appearance, well-being and quality of life.
Aesthetic dentistry is the name given to the special area of dentistry that deals with appearance, i.e. with the aesthetics of our teeth.
Dental aesthetics is not only about beautiful, white teeth, but also healthy gums and a functional harmony between the upper and lower jaws.
Our practice covers the entire spectrum of aesthetic dentistry, from professional dental cleaning to dental prostheses with implants.
Dental implants are one of our practice’s areas of specialisation.
No other form of dental prosthesis comes as near to the original state as an implant.
Missing teeth can be replaced without having to sacrifice the healthy substance of adjacent teeth. An implant can help to avoid removable dentures or and improve the stability of existing bridges and dentures.
From a single tooth to toothless jaws, we offer individual implant solutions that provide patients with long-term functionality, comfort and aesthetics
If the prerequisites are met for a minimally invasive immediate implant, this can reduce the discomfort for the patient considerably, as it means a significantly shorter surgical procedure and healing phase and quicker fitting of the dental prosthesis.
We would be happy to advise you, without any obligation!
Periodontitis is an inflammation of the tooth socket and is far more serious than just bleeding gums.
The main reason for periodontitis is bacteria in the plaque, which cause inflammation of the gums and, if left untreated, can lead to bone resorption and inflammatory processes throughout the body.
The progression of this disease can be prevented by having dental plaque and tartar removed regularly by a professional.
As many people perceive this cleaning of the so-called gingival pockets as being very unpleasant, we have advanced the classical method for treating periodontitis.
Thanks to the use of state-of-the-art techniques, we can often carry out this treatment without invasive procedures or the use of injections, making it painless and more pleasant for patients.
If the nerve of a tooth is irreversibly damaged, root canal treatment is unavoidable.
Root canal treatment is an attempt to preserve the tooth. The chances of keeping the tooth in the long term can be significantly increased by developing proven methods further and applying new techniques:
- Detecting all main and side channels inside the tooth using a microscope / magnifier
- Preparing the root canals with a torque-controlled, highly flexible nickel-titanium file
- Determining the length of the root canal exactly (by means of electrical resistance)
- Filling the root canals with thermoplastic fillings to reach all cavities within the root canal system
However, if your own teeth have to be crowned or removed, it is particularly important that the new prosthesis is as indistinguishable as possible from the natural tooth substance.
This requires close cooperation and precise consultation between the patient, dentist and dental technician. That is the only way to guarantee that the dental prosthesis will meet all requirements in terms of shape, colour and functionality and offer you a first-rate and satisfactory treatment outcome both medically as well as cosmetically and aesthetically.
We have the conditions for this in place thanks to our in-house dental laboratory.
VMany people deal with stress by grinding their teeth at night, while others suck, clench or grind their teeth during the day.
Grinding and clenching as well as incorrect positioning and malocclusion (e.g. in the case of dentures that no longer fit) can have serious consequences and result in complaints such as tense muscles, pain in the temporomandibular joint, neck and back. In extreme cases, it can even lead to inflammation of the joints or capsules, cartilage damage or destruction of the joint disc.
Specific treatment is only possible after a detailed anamnesis and functional analysis. However, we often attempt to relieve the strain on the temporomandibular joint with the help of a grinding splint as well as checking existing restorations for fit, height and functionality, and replacing them if necessary.
Furthermore, we can prescribe temporary special, supportive physiotherapy.
Children should have their first visit to a dentist when they are around 2 years old. This should be stress-free for both child and parents. It is particularly important to bring your child early, before an emergency occurs.
As long as young children do not experience a visit to the dentist as being negative, they will not be afraid. This should ideally be the case in future, too!
We therefore deliberately take the time to slowly and gently introduce our small patients to dental treatment. This can start with an appointment where your child can get to know the practice and the environment, before making a later appointment for a check-up or treatment – for example fluoridisation.
Contact us so that we can respond to your child’s individual needs.
However, if your own teeth have to be crowned or replaced, it is particularly important that the new prosthesis is as indistinguishable as possible from the natural tooth substance.
In order to achieve an outcome that is both functionally and aesthetically perfect, seamless cooperation between the dentist and the dental technician is essential.
This can only be guaranteed with a dental laboratory integrated in the practice staffed with experienced dental technicians.
We have our own dental laboratory that is fitted out with state-of-the-art equipment to enable us to produce all kinds of high-quality dental prostheses on site.