Prosthetic Dentistry



  • Fragile tooth due to either extensive filling or coronal fracture
  • Root canal throated tooth
  • Discolored tooth
  • Correct crowding
  • Full rehabilitation treatment


  • Zirconia – High resistance/indicated for all posterior teeth
  • Porcelain – Medium resistance/indicated for anterior teeth due to highly aesthetic results
  • Porcelain/Metal – High resistance/indicated for all teeth


Reduce the tooth approximetaly 1mm to be able to achieve the maximum aesthetic and function results



  • Replace missing tooth/teeth


  • Full Zirconia – High resistance/indicated for all posterior teeth
  • Porcelain / Metal – High resistance/indicated for all teeth
  • Porcelain / Zirconia – High resistance / indicated for all teeth


It can be achieved by trimming one or more adjacent teeth no either side to anchorage a false tooth

Onlays / Inlays


  • Endodontically treated teeth
  • Back teeth with acute dental caries
  • Teeth with large metal fillings
  • Dental injuries


  • Preservation of healthy teeth
  • No additional dental substance is removed
  • Conservative preparation
  • Great appearance
  • High resistance


  • Ceramic


It is a conservative indirect method of restoring a damaged tooth that otherwise would require a crown. Inlays or Onlays are placed on the tooth when it can no longer be restored with a filling because of the great damage it already suffered

Porcelain Veneers (Laminates)


  • Unequal teeth shapes
  • Crowded dentition
  • Discoloured teeth
  • Improvements on smile appearance
  • Spaced Dentition


  • No discoloration
  • Provide maximum possible aesthetic result
  • Need minimum teeth preparation
  • Long lasting results


Ceramic is used as the only material and can be provided
extremely high aesthetic results. This material is subdivided
into three categories:

  • Porcelain
  • Glass filled with lithium disilicate
  • Non glass filled – zirconia


The preparation is very conservative. The teeth can be used without any preparation (adding case) or with a minimal frontal only preparation starting as thin as 0.3mm to allow the apropriate space for the material placement (subtractive case)


Implants can replace one or more teeth missing from the dentition. The placement of implants optimizes the patient’s chewing capacity while ensuring an aesthetic result, giving a beautiful smile. They are a reliable and predictable solution and offer proper functioning of the oral and maxillofacial system this boosting the patient’s self-confidence. Using superior quality materials and modern technology, Dentall clinic approaches each case with care and ensures an excellent result.


  • Missing one or more teeth
  • Used to support denture
  • Severe periodontal teeth that can not be saved
  • Fractured tooth that can not be restored


  • Looks like a natural tooth
  • Prevent a further bone loss
  • No need to destroy adjacent teeth to support a false
    tooth on a bridge
  • Lift self confidence


  • Full ceramic
  • Porcelain fused to metal


Dental implants are placed on the jaw and within few months and a minor intervention a prosthetic part is placed on the top to restore one or more teeth or to support dentures

Restorative Dentistry

Dental Fillings

Replacing Metal Dental Fillings

Many patients with old, broken-down amalgam (silver) fillings,
want them replaced with white fillings for a more comfortable
and natural looking restoration. Modern advances in
cosmetic dentistry mean that you no longer need to suffer from
unsightly and uncomfortable

Benefits of Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings

  • Bonded directly to teeth for maximum strength
  • Virtually invisible
  • Mercury free, metal free
  • More conservative, less tooth preparation required


A tooth coloured filling can either be prepared by using a biocompatible resin material that is applied directly to the tooth. This is often the restoration of choice for patients with minor tooth decay or damage.

Direct Veneers (Composite Veneers)


  • Minimal tooth preparation
  • No age limit usage
  • Give highly aesthetic results
  • Long lasting results depending on the provided care


  • Can be discoloured / distorted in time


  • Resin composite


Multi layered composite material is placed of different shades to mimic the natural tooth. Is an extremely delicate method requiring an artistic and detailed approach. Very preserved option friendly for all age.

Digital Smile Design

A perfect smile for a perfect life

Smile on the other hand betrays your age and expresses your inner character. Esthetic Dentistry became part of our contemporary generation. Esthetics is an important factor in many peoples lives and demands are dramatically increasing every day. Therefore dentistry found an innovative way to provide the best possible result by taking under consideration several factors such as facial parameters as well as functional and personal preferences of the patient. Digital Smile Design (DSD) is a tool that helps the dentist (smile designer) use all the above factors along with a series of intraoral and extraoral photographs or videos to create the final desired smile that corresponds to the patients needs/wills and of course follows the golden guidelines to reach an “esthetic smile”.

DSD is taking several criteria like age, facial characteristics, patient’s desire and expectations under consideration and tries to execute the best fitted smile outcome to reflects each personality.

So its time for you to test yourself. Evaluate you smile, and find what you don’t like. This will definitely help your dentist to create the best possible outcome that will fulfill your personal expectations. Let your dentist take you to the “next level”.

Preventive Dentistry

Prevent your teeth from damage over time

Nowadays A to Z importance is to preserve teeth. This starts from very young age and continues though years. New generation dentistry strongly believes on prevention that can be achieved by regular hygienic visits which can detect and restore at an early stage. These visits contribute to prevent any undesired bacterial invasion (cavities) and preserve the vital nature of teeth.

“It takes two to tango” and so does preventive dentistry. Patient’s devotion to the directions plus dentist’s services can only achieve prevention.

Preventive dentistry consists of several dental procedures such as regular scaling and polishing (teeth cleaning), series of intraoral x-rays, brushing techniques demonstration, fluoride application and last but not least preventive sealants.


  • Scaling and polishing: regular check ups approximately every 6 mouths depending on the patient’s needs
  • Intraoral X-rays: show the interproximal spaces between teeth. These areas can be easily decayed due to poor oral hygiene.Usually are repeated every 1,5 – 2years

  • Brushing technique: each patient’s oral needs are different and therefore requires different brushing approach.
  • Fluoride application: fluoride is a substance that helps the tooth to become stronger by bonding on the tooth’s structure. It can be applied as a gel or paste. Usually is applied every 4-6 months. Uncontrolled use of fluoride can reach undesirable result called as fluorosis.
  • Preventive Sealants: is a preventive filling and without removing any tooth structure it covers the fissures of mainly posterior teeth to prevent any occlusal cavities

“Hand to hand” work though the years can achieve an outstanding and enviable results that you will be proud of.

Endodontic Therapy

Root Canal Treatment

Information you need to know

Root canal treatment is needed when the blood or nerve supply of the tooth (known as the pulp) is infected through decay or injury. The aim of the treatment is to remove any infection that may be present in the root canal. The root canal is then cleaned and filled to prevent any further infection.

The tooth will be filled with a special material and sealed using either a dental filling or a dental crown.


Use highly aesthetic material to ensure that the restoration is very natural looking, comfortable and long lasting.

Bleaching Treatment (Teeth Whitening)

Information you need to know

Bleaching is the procedure that lightens the existing tooth colour. The result gives the sense of hygienic clean and healthy result. It makes people look younger and it can easily boost their confidence.

Your best approach

Teeth whitening can get your smile looking its best. You should look for a teeth whitening procedure that:

  • Fits in your schedule and lifestyle
  • Delivers long lasting results
  • Minimizes sensitivity to gums and teeth
  • Is proven to be safe and effective
  • Performed or administered by a dental professional

External Bleaching Techniques

Office Bleaching Technique

IT is simple and fast one visit procedure that consists up to 4 cycles of bleaching material application that is activated by using a UV light during each cycle. During this procedure the first thing to do is to isolated the soft tissues so only the hard tissues (teeth) can be showed. The bleaching material is applied all over the fontal teeth surfaces. The approximately working time is an hour following by 5 min fluoride application to relieve the possible teeth post treatment sensitivity.

Home Bleaching Technique

Is an also a simple procedure where the dentist take an upper and lower impressions that are used afterwards to fabricate the bleaching custom made trays. These trays are then given to the patient that are going to be used as a “host” for the bleaching material always after the dentist instructions and demonstration. The bleaching gel is stronger and tends to be more effective. Patient is recommended to use these trays from an hour up to the whole night during sleep. The procedure it usually takes 7 to 30 days.

Combination of bleaching techniques

This may also be known as “power” teeth bleaching. Here, the home and office teeth whitening treatments are used in combination to obtain the desired result. The home bleaching stage may occur before or after office treatment, depending on the type of product used.

Internal Bleaching Technique

Is a very easy and painless procedure that is only be used by the dentist on a discoloured endodontically treated tooth. The gel of the bleaching material is placed inside the tooth. During this procedure the dentist drills on the posterior part on the tooth an access hole where it can reach the endodontic material filled the root canal and be able to remove approximately 0.5-1mm and applied the bleaching material. Then the tooth access hole is covered by a temporary filling. The material stays there approximately for a week and afterwards is been evaluated by the dentist. In case that the result is  not the desired one the procedure may repeated. When the tooth reach the desired shade tone then the tooth is restored closing the access hole by composite and sometime for even higher esthetic results a ceramic veneer may be recommended. Occasionally, internal bleaching needs to be combined with other whitening techniques to achieve the desired effect.

Periodontal Therapy

In periodontal therapy we focus on maintaining oral health and treating all tissues of the mouth (tissues, periodontium and mucous membrane) the most common diseases of periodontal tissues are gingivitis and periodontitis with symptoms such as red, swollen or sensitive gums, gums that have begun to recede, bleeding in brushing, bad breath, tooth positioning.