Laser teeth whitening

What is teeth whitening?

Modern dentistry allows patients to achieve their desire for more beautiful, whiter, and shinier teeth, making them look younger and more attractive. Teeth whitening is minimal invasive method in which dental tissue is not damaged, and whiter and brighter teeth are obtained.

These are the main advantages of laser teeth whitening, which is the most effective and fastest way of teeth whitening compared to other methods:

  • The treatment usually takes only one visit to the dentist.
  • Whitening takes up to 40 minutes.
  • The results can be visible for a longer period of time, up to two years.
  • This type of treatment is completely painless.
  • Laser teeth whitening is not harmful to the teeth.
  • The treatment is safe for the patient's overall health.


What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are permanent prosthetic restorations that perfectly imitate natural teeth. Their task is to solve the problem of irregular teeth. They are attached to the front surface of the teeth quickly and comfortably, with minimal preparation and even in some cases without preparation.

When and why do we use veneers? фасетите?

  • You don't like the color of your teeth.
  • You are not satisfied with the shape of your teeth.
  • You are not satisfied with the shape of your teeth.
  • You have a problem with significant enamel damage.
  • You have visible signs of tooth damage.

If you have a combination of two or more of the abovementioned problems that prevent you from smiling and make you want to completely change your smile, we strongly recommend veneers, which are painlessly placed and is with high quality.

Cleaning dental tartar

What is dental tartar?

Dental tartar is a hard layer that accumulates on the teeth. It consists mainly of calcified dental plaque (layers on the teeth). This dental plaque accumulates during the day and is in a soft state. The problem arises when these soft layers accumulate for a longer period of time. Over time, they undergo calcification (minerals from saliva, i.e. gingival fluid), and dental plaque turns into dental tartar. This means that every time you skip brushing your teeth and postpone it, you are exposed to a potential risk of dental plaque formation and then dental tartar.

Consequences of dental tartar?

Dental tartar is a direct culprit for periodontal disease in patients. The accumulation of soft dental deposits causes inflammation of the gums - gingivitis in the first phase. Inflammation of the gums that is not properly treated and calcification of soft deposits inevitably leads to periodontopathic.

We recommend regular visits to the dentist every 6 months. You don’t need to have a loose tooth or pain to go for a preventive check-up.