Dr. DIMITRIOS MITSAS DMD, MClinDent, UK
(GDC number: 85613)
Dr. NIKOLETA SKOURIDOU DMD, MMedSci (UK)
12, Stratartchou Papagou Alexandrou st., 152 34 Halandri
Tel. +30 210 6820688
A detailed examination of the patient in combination with the medical and dental history will lead to diagnosis from the first appointment to the plan treatment. Following the radiation 3D radiography images video and photographs through a stereoscope recommend some of the medical tools for accurate diagnosis of specific problems and also for the full understanding from the patient.
Resin feelings and reapplication with fiberglass
Canal root and repetition of canal root
Minimally invasive extractions and bone maintenance techniques for application of dental feelings
Conservative and surgical treatment of periodontal diseases
Resin and porcelain veneers, ultrathin veneers without teeth construction
Surgical techniques of osteogenesis and soft tissue transplants
Destined placement of dental implants
Ceramic crowns and bridges
Bruxism Braces (grinding of teeth treatment) A large percentage of people grinding their teeth during the night or during the daytime when in stress. This habit is calld bruxism and it can result to hypersensitive teeth, aching jaw muscles and headaches. Bruxism may also cause tooth wear or even cause teeth to break and dental restoration(crowns and feelings) to be repeatedly lost or damages. The bruxism braces protect teeth and the restoration and also bring the maxiloface in a more relaxing position.
In our office is a possibility for digital analysis of smile and teeth to have the best aesthetic result according to patient demands. Our dental office associates with the best labora- tories of Greece and England to cover the highest aesthetic needs of our patients.
In Maydental clinic we apply the principles of minimally invasive dentistry in all specialties and always we use dental microscope and magnification, that covers the classic treatment soft and hard tissues with the smallest discomfort for the patient for the patient. This minimizes the complications particularly in compound incidents.