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Cosmetic Dentistry


Teeth whitening is a process of cosmetic dentistry that contributes to the discoloration of teeth. The estimated time required for the procedure, depends on the type of whitening, the material, but also the colour of the teeth, i.e. the original colour compared to the colour that the patient wants to achieve.
Whitening is carried out without any interference with the dental tissues and is a painless procedure which usually does not cause discomfort.


Resin veneers are a safe process in which a thin cortex of resistant material is added to the tooth surface, with little to no grinding on the surface of the tooth.
They are a popular technique for restoring and repairing damaged teeth (breaks or cracks), improving the appearance (discoloration, wide diastemas, shape change) and an alternative for some large anterior tooth fillings.


Tooth bonding is one of the most painless cosmetic interventions in our teeth. Through this technique, the teeth acquire the appearance that the patient is looking for without any grinding on their surface. During the bonding process, a composite resin is bonded to the tooth surface and the patient’s teeth remain unchanged.
Only some of the cases where bonding of teeth may be required, are filling the gap between the teeth, discolorations and changing the shape of the teeth.

CERAMIC VENEERS (porcelain, e-max)

The ceramic or porcelain veneers are a durable material which is placed on the front of the teeth in order to change the aesthetics of the oral cavity. With porcelain veneers, discolorations can be replaced, one between the teeth, teeth with fractures on their surface, as well as twisting or mounting issues.
Unlike resin veneers, ceramic veneers require two or more sessions, as well as a certain waiting period between sessions. This technique lasts longer than resin veneers and promises better aesthetic result.


The all-ceramic crowns are placed on the teeth, without the presence of a metal frame. This process corrects discoloration or issues in the shape of the teeth, giving the patient high aesthetic result.
They are mainly placed on the front teeth after grinding the outer surface of the teeth.


In case you have root canal teeth, teeth with seals or damaged teeth, Zirconia crowns are one of the most suitable solutions. Zirconia crowns can be combined with porcelain veneers for a high aesthetic and biocompatible result.
They have high resistance to the occlusion, while at the same time they give a natural aesthetic result and can perfectly match the rest of the teeth.