Restorative Dentistry


To prevent decay we seal the biting surface of the back teeth with a liquid material that fills the tooth so that bacteria cannot enter the groove system

Aesthetic Restorations

  • Fillings: To replace dental tissue destroyed by tooth decay with material the same colour as the tooth, we add a composite material which then bonds with the tooth


In the dental laboratory, the technician creates a precision-fit gold or tooth-coloured filling based on an impression taken by the dentist. If we are unable to replace the missing tooth material properly with the filling, an inlay is needed.

Inlays can be either:


  • Advantage: No allergic reaction, ensuring that the inlay will last a long time and not cause discomfort while chewing
  • Disadvantage: Not the same colour as the tooth


  • Advantage: Aesthetically perfect
  • Disadvantage: Not always possible


  • Advantage: The same colour as the tooth
  • Disadvantage: Not always possible

Root Canals

Performed to treat dead or infected parts of the tooth. As part of the treatment, we remove the infected part of the tooth, disinfect the root canal, and then hermetically seal it.