Below you may find the cost of the treatments provided in our clinic as well as the answers to frequently asked questions. We are always at your disposal for additional information or clarifications.
|DENTAL FILLINGS||ASSOCIATES||Μ. DESPOTAKIS|
|Splinting per tooth||30€||35€|
|ENDODONTICS (Root canals)|
|Clasp repair complete||120€|
|Metal acrylic crowns||150€|
|Including crown (Completed)||900€|
Frequently asked questions
When your gums bleed (gingivitis), it means that your body has detected a bacterial attack on the gums and has mobilized its defences, sending extra blood to the area, since blood carries the natural defence. In other words, more blood to the area equals more defence. Therefore, when your gums bleed during brushing, this means that in the previous days you had not adequately removed the bacteria and your body has sent extra blood to deal with them.
There is one solution: meticulously clean the dental plaque every day, ignoring the bleeding. The body then draws back its defences and the gums firm up along with the blood vessels. It goes without saying that any tartar (plaque) should first be removed by a dentist.
Whitening is a perfectly safe treatment, which has been widely performed since the 1970s (starting in the USA). Hundreds of studies have verified the safety of the procedure for the health of your teeth and gums, and there is absolutely no indication of any harmful effects.
The minor discomfort and the freezing sensation that are sometimes experienced after whitening are totally harmless and subside immediately after the end of the treatment.
Modern (flapless) implantation techniques ensure painless integration. The procedure is so minimally invasive that usually only one painkiller is required on the implantation day. There is no bleeding, swelling or sutures.
The body does not really reject implants due to allergies. Instances where the implants did not take to the bone have been very few (less than 5%) and were caused by other reasons (improper placement, infection, premature loading, specific diseases, etc.). There is always a small chance of long-term failure, mostly due to improper or poor oral hygiene (peri-implantitis).
Fluoridation is a process of strengthening the enamel of the teeth by changing its superficial structure, making it more resistant to the effects of bacterial acids (tooth decay). Fluoridation is always necessary, but especially so when there is vulnerability to tooth decay.
Deciduous teeth (baby teeth) must remain healthy until they fall because their premature loss (aside from discomfort for the child, pain, abscesses, etc.) causes difficulties in chewing, displacement of the permanent teeth, potential damage (in cases of abscesses) to the tooth bud of the permanent teeth, emotional problems (due to bad appearance), etc.