To make it easier for our patients, we have ensured that we offer many expertises under one roof. We offer general dentistry, dental cleanings, cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, endodontics and more. 


 Caries & Fillings

 Caries is the scientific term for tooth decay, more commonly known as 'cavities'. It is caused by specific types of bacteria that live in the mouth. These bind to the teeth in a sticky layer called plaque. The bacteria convert the sugars and carbohydrates in our food into acids. These acids dissolve the minerals in the enamel that covers the crown of the tooth (the part you can see). As the enamel and dentin break down, a hole forms.

In the early stages, you will not experience any symptoms yet. When the caries has reached the dentin through the enamel, you may experience sensitivity to sweets and hot or cold dishes or drinks. 


 An extraction is the removal of a tooth, either surgically or conventionally. The treatment is performed under local anaesthetic, which ensures a pain-free treatment.

In some cases, the tooth needs to be surgically removed. See the tab 'surgery' for more information.


Placing a facing (or veneer) is a cosmetic treatment in which a thin layer of composite or porcelain is placed on the visible part of the tooth to improve the overall appearance.

A composite facing is made directly in the mouth, similar to a filling. A porcelain facing is made outside of the mouth and will be placed at a later time. The dentist can adjust the color, shape, shade and more characteristics of the facings to make it look as real as possible. 

Crown & Bridge

A crown is an artificial cap made of porcelain or zirconium that is placed over a damaged or a tooth that has had a rootcanal treatment.
Crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, overlays and veneers are all made of porcelain, zirconium or composite. Thanks to our advanced technology in digital dentistry, the Cerec - Cad Cam, we can assure you that the treatment is of extremely high quality and that you will have your new crown within one day.

Dental Hygienist

The Dental Hygienist is a certified professional who effectively removes plaque and tartar.

Plaque is a collection of bacteria in the mouth and is formed when carbohydrates and starches such as milk, soft drinks, cakes, sweets etc. remain on the teeth. Bacteria that live in the mouth use this as their food and convert it into acids. Over time, these acids result in tooth decay as they damage tooth enamel. Dental plaque is linked to root caries as well as gum disease and bleeding gums (gingivitis - periodontitis).  

Rootcanal treatment 

A rootcanal treatment is necessary when the pulp, the soft tissue in the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected. The inflammation or infection can have various causes.
Signs include pain, prolonged sensitivity to heat or cold, tenderness to touch and while chewing, tooth discoloration, swelling, drainage and tenderness in the lymph nodes as well as nearby bone and gum tissues. However, sometimes there are no symptoms present. 

We also provide Orthodontic treatments. 
Check out the options for Orthodontic treatments here:


Every year the government determines the new prices. Click on the link below to see the current prices.  
During your regular check-up you will receive a budget which specifies the codes of the treatments you need.