• preservation of own tooth-substance
  • retention of a healthy gum
  • preventive care of oral tissues


Periodontology is the brench of dentistry which is dealing with the tooth-bed and its diseases.
Nowadays quality dental intervention – dental service – cannot be imagined without the up-to- date
knowledge of periodontology.
ADiseases concerning the tooth-bed and vicinity often develop stealthily, ’hidden’ for several years
and decades. Sometimes this process is preannounced only by a superficial sign, a red line on the
gum edge, puffy gum edge or gingivitis. If these signs are neglected, it can lead to the development
of a more serious, deeper problem that might even touch the bone-tissue (peridentitis).

On the basis of the above, in our surgeries, we make outstanding attention of meeting the highest
demand not only with our renovation – preservative – tooth treatment works and prosthesis but also
with our periodontological preparation works to secure the long life of our tooth prosthesis and
restauration works.
Beyond the quality service and the expectable long life-span, the aesthetic effect of prosthesises, the
cleanability and functionality depends on the soundness of the parodonthological preparation as

Subgingival depuration: Dental plaques, deposits under the gum that may cause the inflammation of
gum and damage of deeper (bone) tissues. These subgingival caries will be removed by special
techniques, often by hand instruments and in local anaesthetization.

Curette, peridontal curetting: This method is working targeted and efficiently for the renewed
tightness of originally fixed, sticking and closing layer around the neck of tooth, and a process to
remove the deposits found in the bag, beside the root of tooth, and the reparative tissue.
After an antibacterial rinse we are supplying the concerned parts with a local medicine package
resulting a clean, inflammation-free gum.

Periodontal splinting: Following the passed deseases in tooth-bed (tooth-bed inflammation and bone
degradation) the teeth holding structure will lose its support, will become weaker. In such a case the
fixation of a few teeth to each other – splinting together – may be a reassuring long lasting result.