Effective and pain-free treatment

The decay process is the main cause of tooth destruction and the sooner it is interrupted, the better. With the help of conservative dentistry methods, we know how to heal your teeth and rebuild them in their natural colour and shape so that you can enjoy a full smile.

Why is it worth choosing us?

  • Why is it worth it?

Painless treatment of cavities.
Computer anesthesia and inhalation sedation will make your visit stress-free and virtually pain-free. We will efficiently fill all your cavities, and thanks to the highest quality of materials used, you will enjoy them for years.

  • A healthy and beautiful smile will return

Say goodbye to the tooth decay and sensitivity for good. Our specialists will use the latest equipment and technology to bring a beautiful smile back to your face. Don’t wait – come for a visit to our clinic today!

  • Say goodbye to bad breath!

Tooth decay has a huge impact on the odor coming from our mouths. It has a huge impact on how we feel and how comfortable we feel with others. Once we remove tooth decay and treat your cavities, your breath will be cleaner again.

  • Get rid of toothache caused by caries

Tooth decay is not only a negative visual aspect, but above all can cause severe pain. We know how to effectively treat decaying teeth, whether they’re milk teeth or permanent. We are here to provide you with the prompt and compassionate care you need to alleviate your dental pain and concerns.

  • Painless treatment of cavities
  • Get your beautiful and healthy smile back
  • Say goodbye to bad breath for good
  • You will get rid of toothache caused by tooth decay
  • Constant specialist care of highly qualified staff

Tooth decay

Tooth decay is a disease caused by bacteria. It is classified as an infectious disease, and its development leads to the destruction of the tissues that make up your teeth. Fortunately, there are many ways to prevent it or even cure it completely. However, this requires the intervention of a dentist, because tooth enamel does not regenerate itself, so damaged teeth will need to be reconstructed.

Causes of tooth decay

Tooth decay is caused by certain species of bacteria that live in dental plaque. This bacteria decomposes the sugars present in your food into organic acids. If plaque is allowed to build up over time, these acids can begin to damage your teeth.
The increasing amount of sugars added to food makes this process much faster. Sucrose, glucose and fructose pose a particular threat to our teeth. By supplying them in large quantities to our body, bacteria produce acids that have a strong ability to demineralize the compounds that make up teeth. Other reasons are: poor oral hygiene, including incorrect and insufficient brushing, poor diet and frequent snacking between meals. Even close contact with a person who suffers from tooth decay- like kissing, sharing utensils or toothbrushes – can cause problems with tooth decay, as this bacterial disease is infectious. Certain people can also have genetic predispositions.

Symptoms of tooth decay

The most common symptoms are:
– toothache
– white or dark spots on the tooth,
– tooth sensitivity, especially to hot and cold
– cavities in teeth,
– bad breath,
– tooth tenderness.


The choice of the appropriate treatment depends on the severity of the disease. If it is detected relatively early, it can be treated with fluoride. If the decay has already reached an advanced stage, dental treatment is necessary. The treatment involves the removal of dead tissue and the insertion of fillings. In some cases, root canal treatment may be performed. In the most advanced stages, tooth extraction is necessary.


The most important factor is good oral hygiene. Brushing your teeth at least twice a day, especially after meals, and flossing in the evening. And don’t forget to replace your toothbrush every few months. Avoid or at least limit sugary foods and drinks, and try not to snack between meals – as this gives the bacteria in your mouth even more sugars to convert into acids. Visits your dentist regularly for a check-up and routine teeth cleaning. It is also worth asking your dentist about sealants, particularly for the molars, where food particles often get trapped.

Tooth sensitivity

Dental sensitivity manifests itself as severe pain when eating foods of different temperatures, particularly hot and cold.Having sensitive teeth can be anything from getting a mild twinge to having severe discomfort that can last several hours. It can also be a sign of more serious problems, therefore it should never be ignored.

Causes of tooth sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity is usually caused by exposed dentine on your teeth, due to weakened or damaged enamel. The main cause is inappropriate oral hygiene, but also malocclusion. There are several other causes, like consuming a lot of acidic foods and drinks like citrus fruit, soda or fruit juices. The ingredients contained in these products change the pH of saliva to acidic, leading to demineralization of the enamel. Also very hard brushing, stomach acid in the GERD disease, grinding your teeth and trauma can all cause enamel to wear away and expose sensitive dentine. And finally defective dental restorations like lost or leaking feelings or gum recession and gum disease, can all expose the dentine and cause teeth sensitivity.


Treatment of tooth sensitivity should start with alleviating the symptoms. Use soft-bristled brush and toothpaste designed specifically for sensitive teeth. Brush your teeth after every meal and avoid consuming citrus fruit or acidic juices and sweets. If your symptoms still persist, make an appointment with your dentist. They can offer you fluoridation treatment, which will create a protective layer on your teeth. If the cause of your sensitivity is dental decay or tooth wear, trauma, defective dental restoration or gum disease, you may need dental treatment such as root canal treatment, specialised in-depth cleaning or a new dental restoration.

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