Our treatments

We provide a comprehensive solution to your problems, covering all of the specialities.

General dentistry

These treatments are designed to solve basic problems associated with the mouth, teeth and other related structures. In the majority of cases this represents the first contact between patient and dentist.

A general dentist performs the initial patient diagnosis, solves their problems and refers them on to the appropriate specialist.

Paediatric dentistry

Paediatric dental treatments are aimed at oral health prevention and care in children and adolescents. The milk teeth need to be cared for as much as the permanent teeth.

Paediatric dentistry is a specialty that is closely linked to orthodontics. For this reason, we carry out early monitoring of malocclusions that will require future correction.


Endodontic treatment, or root canal treatment, consists of removing a tooth’s nerve and blood vessels and consequently the living part of the damaged tooth. It is carried out under local anaesthetic, is painless and allows teeth to be reconstructed and preserved that would otherwise have to be removed. This means that the teeth can continue to carry out their functions of chewing and cosmetic appearance.

Early detection and treatment avoid the need for the natural tooth to be extracted and the loss of the supporting bone, while at the same time getting rid of tooth infections and curing pain.


These are treatments for replacing missing teeth in order to improve eating, speaking and cosmetic appearance.

There are two types: removable prostheses are ones that the patient can take out of their mouth when required and fixed prostheses are ones that cannot be removed by the patient because they are attached and supported by abutments just like the actual teeth, or like dental implants.

Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry, as the name indicates, covers everything related to improving the appearance of the teeth. With treatments such as teeth whitening, reconstruction and invisible orthodontics, not only your smile but your quality of life will be better.

The reasons for turning to cosmetic dental treatments vary from patient to patient, from whitening teeth that have become stained to replacing damaged teeth, and from changing the shape and size of teeth to invisible orthodontic treatments for correcting their bite.

  • Teeth whitening
  • Invisible orthodontics
  • Veneers
  • Implants
  • Reconstructions

Oral surgery

Oral surgery is the branch of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases, injuries, defects and malformations of the maxillary teeth and adjacent regions, whether for functional or aesthetic purposes.


Dental implants are artificial “roots” (titanium screws) that are used to replace natural teeth that have been lost and that are currently very widely used in modern dentistry. They are placed in the jaw by means of a painless procedure. The natural composition of a tooth consists of the root and the crown, the crown being the outer part. A tooth that has been repaired with an implant is also composed of two parts: the implant or screw and the crown or outer cover.


Periodontics is an important part of dentistry that is concerned with treating infections caused by various types of bacteria. In practice it consists of a deep cleaning treatment applied to the gums and the bone supporting the teeth by means of curettage, along with good education in oral hygiene.


This is the branch of dentistry that is concerned with correcting abnormalities of the teeth through the use of fixed or removable structures. Treatment of this sort involves the use of corrective devices in order to: straighten crooked teeth, close gaps between teeth, align the teeth with the lips, correct problems with an irregular bite, etc.

Since the introduction of new transparent and “invisible” devices, orthodontics has moved on from being something reserved for children and adolescents to being an option for adults with cosmetic and functional problems.