Teeth whitening

Swiss Dental Experts offers two advanced teeth whitening systems:

  • Philips ZOOM
  • PrevDent, which is designed for patients with particularly sensitive teeth.

We use professionally controlled and safe whitening methods that allow clients to achieve perfect results. Additionally, we recommend for the use of our custom teeth whitening kits with caps, designed to maintain and extend the longevity of your whitening results.

The results of any whitening method are individual and the degree of whitening varies. The colour of the teeth after whitening is influenced by factors such as the original colour of the teeth, the patient’s lifestyle, diet, genetics, etc.

Teeth whitening is an ideal option under the following conditions: 

  • Dental hygiene procedures have been completed 10-14 days prior to the whitening session;
  • All dental issues, including cavities, inflammation, or any other oral diseases, have been fully addressed and resolved.

It’s important to remember that fillings, crowns, veneers and other restorations don’t change colour during or as a result of teeth whitening. To ensure that the colour of the newly whitened teeth matches the restorations, they should be replaced (at least two weeks after whitening).

Professional Dental and Oral Hygiene 

Dental and oral hygiene is a set of procedures that includes the removal of tartar (dental calculus) and soft dental plaque, teeth polishing with a soda jet (which creates a whitening effect), and using a special Swiss professional paste, as well as coating the teeth with fluoride application or other tooth-strengthening products. Professional oral hygiene is a preventive method against dental diseases such as gingivitis, periodontitis, and caries. Professional oral hygiene is necessary because daily tooth brushing alone cannot always completely clean plaque, especially from hard-to-reach areas (between teeth, near the gums, etc.).  

  • Tartar removal (mechanical, with ultrasound, with a soda jet) 
  • Gum treatment 
  • Removal of dental plaque (nicotine, tea, coffee stains) 
  • Polishing with professional paste

Prevention of tooth decay and general dentistry

Tooth decay is one of the most common dental diseases. Despite the wealth of information available about the disease, most people still take it lightly and only visit the dentist when they experience severe toothache or when a tooth starts to decay.

Preventive dental care can help prevent tooth decay and other oral diseases at their earliest stages. Cavities should also be treated as soon as they appear in baby teeth.

The initial examination of the patient is very important in the prevention of tooth decay, in order to detect existing problems and choose the right medical solution. The dentists at Swiss Dental Experts use clinical examinations and radiological methods – 2D and 3D X-rays – as well as microbiological analyses for diagnosis, which play an important role in the treatment of gum diseases of unknown origin, tooth decay, etc.

Prosthetic dentistry

Prosthodontics is the replacement and aesthetic restoration of missing teeth. This procedure offers the possibility of restoring missing teeth that have been lost due to disease or trauma.

Dentures can be divided into two basic types – removable and non-removable. Non-removable dentures include metal-ceramic, pressed ceramic and zirconia crowns, bridges and other fixed structures that are visually and functionally indistinguishable from natural teeth. Removable dentures, on the other hand, are made of hard plastic or a combination of plastic and metal and can be full or partial, depending on whether or not the patient still has permanent teeth.

Inlays and Onlays

  • Metal;
  • Zircon (YZ);
  • Chromium – Cobalt;
  • Gold.


  • Metal ceramics;
  • Extruded ceramic (Emax);
  • Zirconia;
  • Cast;
  • Plastic;
  • Non-metallic ceramics.


  • Microprostheses;
  • Partial dentures (plates);
  • Full dentures.


Dental implantation is a surgical procedure in which an implant is placed in the patient’s mouth as a functional support for an artificial crown.

Implantology is one of the main areas of modern dentistry. Dental implants are artificial teeth that are visually and functionally indistinguishable from real teeth, so this procedure can successfully address missing teeth problems in patients of all ages, helping to prevent changes in your bite that often occur when missing teeth are not replaced in a timely manner.

The specialists at Swiss Dental Experts use Straumann dental implants, which have been the most widely used implants in the world for many years – their high quality and longevity are appreciated by dentists and patients alike.


Orthodontics, a specialized field in dentistry, focuses on addressing issues related to the alignment of teeth and bite. An improperly aligned bite can result in significant cosmetic and functional dental issues. The role of an orthodontist is crucial in ensuring that your teeth are correctly positioned for optimal oral health.

Orthodontic treatment is now available for children and adults of all ages. And thanks to advances in medical technology, it is possible to correct teeth within fractions of a millimetre.

Pediatric dentistry

Children are exceptionally valued patients at our clinic. Our team applies modern dental methods for efficient diagnosis and treatment of pediatric dental issues. The most effective strategy in pediatric dentistry, however, is quite simple – it’s about nurturing a loving atmosphere for the child and making sure the dentist is viewed as a kind and friendly companion.

The art of pediatric dentistry lies in establishing a common language with the child, creating an atmosphere that’s as comforting as home, and transforming the treatment into an adventure, complete with elements of play and excitement.

During the treatment, children have various engaging options: they can watch cartoons, observe their teeth on a screen, enjoy playing and drawing, go on a guided tour of the clinic with the dentist, learn about dental care, and even receive special rewards – like medals and diplomas – for each tooth treated. The emphasis for adults lies heavily on prevention – addressing dental care needs before problems develop. This is why we focus on educating both children and their parents on how to maintain oral health right from the very first tooth.

Our experts believe that children should have a dental check-up from the age of two and visit the dentist at least every six months. t’s equally important for you as a parent to prepare your child for their dental visit. Before the appointment, talk to them about where they are going, explain that the dentist will introduce them to the clinic, the chair, and all the equipment. Most importantly, assure them that the visit will be enjoyable and that the procedures will be completely pain-free.

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