I want well-protected teeth

Can old age ever come with healthy teeth? Yes, that is possible through careful, at-home dental care, a healthy diet, regular prophylaxis appointments and lastly, good genes. Even if the teeth or gums show minor problems, dental check-ups and regular professional cleaning ensure that any dental problems are identified at an early stage and treated accordingly. We develop preventive care plans to preserve the health of your teeth.

They consist of specific examination intervals, the type and frequency of professional teeth cleaning needed and personalized advice to follow in your oral hygiene routine at home.

Your oral health is our main concern at all times.

I want healthy and good looking teeth

Healthy teeth don’t always look as one would imagine. Certain teeth may show darker shades and changes in appearance may occur because of a root canal treatment (that can result in individual dark teeth) or because of existing amalgam fillings. Our top priority is the health and integrity of your teeth, but we also take into account the visual aspects of a treatment. If you would like to have your amalgam fillings removed, we will take care of that and replace them. We also recommend you undergo amalgam drainage, along with, or after the removal process, to further detoxify the body. We work with tooth-colored fillings and crowns, made of a plastic or ceramic compound.

There are various options for whitening dark teeth, even if the discoloration occurs on the inside (e.g. root canal treatment). The health and appearance of the gums also play a crucial role in general oral health. Regular check-ups and prophylaxis appointments allow us to keep an eye on the health of your teeth and gums.

I want healthy, white teeth

Nature bestows only a lucky few with straight, white teeth. Most teeth are quite asymmetrical and often become discolored over the years, generally developing a strong yellow shade. Gums also play an important role in aesthetics: any overgrowth or recession will disturb the visual harmony. The good news is, there are many ways to improve the overall aspect of your teeth.

The easiest is to whiten them. However, if the tooth is naturally of a darker shade and minor malpositions need to be corrected, ceramic shells, the so-called veneers, are the right alternative. In the case of more severe malpositions, orthodontic treatment must be followed. Corrections are still possible in adulthood and the gums can undergo microsurgical correction. To ensure that a naturally beautiful look is maintained even after any dental treatment, we rely on tooth replacements made from tooth-colored ceramic. A replaced or restored tooth can hardly be recognized with the naked eye. In addition, ceramic is particularly durable and biocompatible, so it is well tolerated by the body.

Whatever the desired result – the options are many.

I want new teeth

There is no better tooth than the natural tooth. No dentures can completely replace natural teeth. But modern dentures are getting closer and closer to the original. You can live a carefree life with high-quality “new” teeth for many years, often decades. In the case of an implant, the tooth is anchored in the jaw by means of an artificial root, made of titanium or zirconium oxide ceramic. This is the recommended solution in many cases. The crown placed on the implant is made of ceramic (or metal-ceramic) and goes unrecognizable from the original, natural teeth. Another option is a dental bridge that replaces missing teeth and that is attached to the neighboring teeth.

The optimal solution will be discussed in detail with each patient.

Your new teeth will be the perfect fit for you, your requirements and your oral health status.

I want straight and even teeth

Is having white, straight teeth still a possibility as an adult? Not all of us have had an experienced orthodontist take care of our teeth during childhood and years of wearing dental braces that resulted in straight teeth and a healthy bite. Even as such, teeth can later become misaligned, as a result of an accident or loss. Correction of tooth position is possible at any age. In dentistry, the specialty that deals with the improper positioning of teeth is called orthodontics. In our practice, the orthodontic treatment is performed by Mariana Păcurar, DMD-PhD, and Livia Hollmann, DMD.

The treatment consists of removable appliances (usually as a preparatory measure) or temporarily fixed “brackets”. Some invisible methods are also used (such as inside braces, mounted on the lingual side of the teeth or transparent rails). Minor malpositions, chipped (broken) corners or small tooth gaps can be easily veneered with ceramic shells (veneers), but these do not apply in the case of severe malpositions. Veneers are firmly attached to the teeth – a gentle process that achieves amazing results. If you’ve ever wondered where do actors’ perfect teeth come from – that’s the secret.

Come see us if you want to have straight teeth. We will discuss the various alternatives available for you.

It is never too late to get straight teeth.

I do not want amalgam-filled teeth

As a filling material, amalgam consists of 50% toxic mercury. Mercury, other toxic heavy metals and other metals have been found crucially responsible for causing nervous system diseases (e.g. Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease).

Amalgam must be removed. So what are the prior considerations?
If you still have amalgam fillings in your teeth and want to have them removed because of the mercury content, you can have it done by us. We do not only replace the hazardous amalgam filling with harmless fillings, made of plastic, or with ceramic inlays, but we can also help you with the mercury drainage. After the last amalgam filling has been removed, the detoxification process begins. The treatment used is based on vegetable substances, more precisely on algae and herbs. After the treatment is complete, your teeth will naturally look beautiful again and the danger caused by the amalgam – averted.

After amalgam removal and drainage you will be free of any trace of amalgam and its toxic legacy.

A healthy bite

If eating has become problematic due to loose or aching teeth – your teeth and gums need help. Depending on your individual oral health status, we can stabilize loose bridges and possibly provide a better hold with implants. There are many convenient solutions when it comes to tooth restoration, such as implants, partial or full dentures (“third teeth”). Gum problems can also be managed.

Come see us, we will find the right solution for you and give you back your firm bite.

Our Concept – Biological Dentistry

There is an undeniable tooth-body connection. Chinese acupuncture has taught us that all meridians end at the teeth. All teeth and toothless areas (resulting from tooth removal) share a connection to the entire body. Therefore, diseased teeth will negatively impact their corresponding body systems. For example, dead teeth cause or adversely affect joint problems. (See the overview table by Gleditsch).

All too often, a patient’s teeth and oral cavity are being treated mechanically, like a broken car that undergoes reparations in a garage. We, instead, treat according to biological principles. It all begins with the diagnosis. We look at focus and interference fields, as well as chronic inflammation in the jawbone (NICO). Our therapy is always based on biological criteria. To support that, we use only certain local anesthetics to ensure you get the best and most gentle result.

Biological medicine has provided us with a muscle test that allows us to make diagnoses and to clarify certain questions. This method is based on quantum physics (sometimes, supposedly “scientifically enlightened” people believe this process is bordering on magic, which is not the case). By employing this method, we are able to find out whether a certain wisdom tooth should be extracted or not, or whether a ceramic implant is the better solution.

You are invited to ask us for advice on general health and nutritional education.