Periodontal work is:
  • The well-known cleaning (tartar removal) of the teeth from the stone (tartar) and the pigments from the food, cigarettes and coffee.
    • It is the most important preventive work for the preservation of the teeth so that over time the periodontal disease does not manifest itself, which due to inflammation and mobility threatens the stay of the teeth in the mouth.
    • In cases of sensitive teeth, it is done under anesthesia.
    • It is performed in a session with ultrasonic scraper, supraorbital and (above the gum) and, subcutaneously (under the gum at the root) and then with a hand scraper to achieve subcutaneous scraping and grinding of the tooth.
  • In already confirmed cases of periodontal teeth, conservative treatment (not surgery) is performed with deep subcutaneous scraping, always under anesthesia and on more appointments.
  • Advanced mobility can be achieved by immobilizing (immobilizing) the teeth with resin, or wire and resin in a last-ditch effort to keep the teeth in the mouth.


  • Teeth extractions that are not saved in any other way or whose mobility has not been treated in time.

  • Cases of incarcerated wise men are promoted to a patient's knee selection surgeon.


  • It involves the denervation of anterior and posterior teeth where the chemical treatment is done with rotating nickel-titanium tools.
  • In relation to the manual procedure, the patient's discomfort is avoided and the optimal result is achieved, safely and in a shorter time.
  • Repetitions of old failed denervations caused by chronic abscesses and cysts.
  • The absence of pain is guaranteed by the appropriate anesthesia.

Fixed prosthodontics

  • It concerns individual crowns (cases) of teeth whose damage is damaged due to caries or fractures.
  • In case of loss of one or more teeth, bridges are installed.
  • The construction materials for both of the above restorations are metal and porcelain (post-ceramic) or only porcelain (all-ceramic).
  • There are also porcelain veneers for cases of wear or severely colored front teeth that are not satisfactorily restored in a conservative way (reconstitution or resin appearance). In this restoration, only the anterior surface of the tooth is grinded.

Removable prosthodontics

  • It refers to cases of extensive numbness (loss of teeth) in different parts of the mouth or due to the absence of supports in the back area.
  • The restoration is performed with a partial denture with metal or acetal (white) hooks that rest on existing teeth.
  • In cases of partial dentition of free limbs (unilateral absence of posterior teeth) where the patient does not want for aesthetic reasons the presence of hooks, a partial denture can be placed that is applied through attachment to immobilized front teeth.
  • In total loss of teeth there is the solution of the total denture (Masella) which rests on the gums or on individual implant supports.

Cosmetic dentistry

It has many fields of application. Indicatively:
  • Bleaching of colored or yellowed teeth with an advanced bleaching device
  • Resin or porcelain veneers on worn front teeth
  • Closing gaps with resin
  • Removal of enamel stains with micro-rubbing
  • Removal of pigments with sodomy (without ultrasound)

Prosthetic implants

  • After the surgical placement of the implant, the doctor's office undertakes the final restoration by placing a crown or a bridge on it.

Dental surgery

  • The field includes seals and reconstructions of decayed or broken or damaged teeth.
  • Reconstruction material is almost always resin (white seals), since amalgam is indicated in very few cases (black seals).
  • In cases of erosion in the cervical region of the teeth, resin coatings (cervical seals) are performed where anesthesia is not usually required as no grinding is required.
  • The patient is relieved of sensitivity and avoids a possible nerve revelation in the future due to erosion.

Preventive dentistry

  • For children:
    • Fluorescence of permanent teeth.
    • Preventive sealants in the back permanent teeth to prevent caries and invasive restorative procedures.
  • For adults:
    • Per six-month oral test.
    • Fluoridation in subinvested area (caries onset).
    • Sensitization in cases of cervical root disclosure (without corrosion)