Dental implants

A dental implant is a titanium root used to replace lost teeth.

Dental implants allow us to restore masticatory functions and aesthetics, so that we have the same sensation with these new “teeth” as if they were our own natural ones.

A dental implant is a crown (or bridge) subjection system performing the lost tooth’s function.

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Periodontal disease is an inflammation or infection in the mouth, which affects our gums and bone subjacent to our teeth. Nowadays this disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.

Generally, it is painless, thus going unnoticed by most who suffer from this disease, until it reaches a highly advanced stage. Therefore, it is imperative to consult our dentist if you have any of the following symptoms.

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We can establish different classification depending on the supporting system (natural tooth or implant); and depending on the material used (ceramics or resin)

Depending on each person’s needs, it is recommendable one of two types of prosthesis: fixed or removable.

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Aesthetic dentistry

Dental bleaching is a technique that allows us to recover and even extend the natural colour of our teeth, by removing its stains.

The closure of dental spaces (diastema), contributes to a better aesthetic expression and prevents food and plaque accumulation in areas of difficult access during our daily hygiene, thus preventing further dental diseases.

The dental veneers (of composite or ceramics), allows us to cover a tooth´s surface or extend it resulting from a bad aesthetic expression, as a consequence of a partial fracture, incorrect positioning, or uneven discolourization.

Aesthetic treatment of gummy smile: There are aesthetic solutions addressed to maintain a correct proportion between teeth, gingiva and lips.

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Orthodontics is the specialty that corrects the bad positioning of our teeth, in order to establish a correct function and also provide good aesthetic.

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Wisdom molar extraction: On some occasions, the wisdom tooth does not have enough space to erupt completely and is more withdrawn without leave or it gets partially out. This usually generates different complications and it is essential to perform the tooth extraction.


Bruxism is the involuntary clench of teeth, prolonged contact of the tooth surfaces.

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The teeth have canals in their roots, which is where the nerve passes.
When this area gets inflamed or infected, we have to remove the nerve and clean that canal (eliminate bacteria and necrotic tissue) and seal with a special plastic material. After sealing the canal, we reconstruct the tooth destroyed by decay or fracture.

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Paediatric dentistry

The paediatric dentistry is the branch of dentistry that deals with children so that we can prevent possible maxillary anomalies or treat injuries like cavities on baby teeth. By this we prevent children from develop more complex problems that can be easily solved now!