Our receptionist secretaries will always do their best to welcome you in these painful moments. Every day, there are dedicated slots reserved for your emergency appointments.
The main cause of a dental emergency is pain and it can be very acute. The cause of this pain is most often generated by a cavity, an infection or a dental fracture.
Accidents and trauma are also very common dental emergencies. Always consult a dentist after a blow to the teeth, even if there is no visible damage. Complications can occur long afterwards.
If you or your child has lost a tooth after a blow, look for it! It can be saved and successfully re-implanted. Contact the dentist immediately and do not touch the roots of the tooth. Carry it in a physiological solution, saliva or milk.
A dental implant is an artificial root, usually made of titanium, that is inserted into your jawbone. The implant replaces the root of the missing tooth. The implant serves as an attachment for a dental crown or denture.
For people with full dentures, the implant stabilizes and greatly improves their comfort. Indeed, the dental implant offers an optimal hold for a lower prosthesis and eliminates the plaque of the palate for the upper prosthesis thus rediscovering the flavours.
A fixed prosthesis can permanently replace one or more missing or damaged teeth. Thus, it allows you to regain optimal chewing comfort and the appearance of normal dentition.
We create healthy and natural smiles with our exclusive digital protocol.
To achieve excellence in dental aesthetics, it is necessary to follow a systematic process of diagnosis, communication, planning, execution and maintenance over time.
Digital Smile Design (DSD) is a new and innovative concept to achieve a perfect smile.
Periodontitis (loosening of the teeth) is a disease that affects the supporting tissues that surround and support your tooth. The destruction of these tissues can lead to mobility and then the loss of the tooth. There are several stages of gum disease.
Spark Aligner - A custom-made treatment plan.
Before a treatment plan can be established, a clinical and radiological examination is performed to see if your teeth can be aligned with a Spark™ orthodontic aligner system.