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COMPLETE DENTAL CARE CENTER FOR KIDS AND ADULTS

Dental Care

Our Dental Clinic is a complete dental care center for kids and adults. Our goal is to help all of our clients maintain outstanding buccal-dental health.

Our prevention programs are the result of mutual effort between the patient and dentist. Measures designed to prevent oral health diseases start at home with good daily hygiene and regular visits through exams, cleanings, and X-rays.

Pedodontics - Dental advice

Normally, the first teeth erupt between 6 and 12 months. When the tooth breaks through the gum, this may be irritating and painful. Rubbing the gums with a clean finger, the back of a spoon or a cold damp cloth can help relieve pain. Teething rings also work very well, but the teething biscuits should be avoided as they contain sugar, which can be harmful to teeth. As soon as the first teeth appear, it is important to start brushing with a soft brush and toothpaste without fluoride.

First visit for your child

It is recommended to take an appointment for your child as of 3 years old.
During the first visit, the dentist and dental hygienist will establish a trusting relationship with your child, examine and clean their teeth, review brushing techniques and demonstrate how to use floss.
Approximately 50% of the population has a certain fear of the dentist.It is important to avoid spreading this fear to children. Information and a positive attitude will reassure and determine future experiences. Your collaboration is important before, during and after the visit.


Even young children can get cavities if they, go to bed with a bottle of milk, baby formula or juice. This type of decay can occur up to 4 years of age. Once your child has teeth, it is best to check them every month. 

Certain risks are visible: 

  • Spots or dull white lines, can form on the teeth and at the gum line. 
  • Teeth darkening all around the tooth
 If any of these signs appear, see your dentist immediately. Tooth decay in children should be treated promptly otherwise, your child may develop an infection.