Tooth treatment

The concept of tooth treatment is wide and encompasses different fields of dentistry, such as teeth straightening, dental fillings, treatment of periodontal diseases, prosthodontics, dental implantation, etc. These areas are closely related and help to create a healthy and beautiful smile. The dentist determines what kind of treatment is required. This happens during the first visit – the consultation. During this visit the patient’s complaints, needs and expectations are heard, diagnostics is carried out, the patient’s oral condition is discussed. If needed, a customised treatment plan is drawn. It is important to understand that regular visits to the dentist allow noticing potential dental diseases or risks that may develop in the future. The sooner the appropriate measures are taken, the better the results. For the convenience of the patient, at Dental Harmony all necessary dental services can be obtained under one roof.

The tooth structure

Our teeth are tiny elements in our body. However, they play a very important role in our lives. The kind of treatment we need depends on which part of our tooth has been damaged.

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The tooth structure

The significance of accurate diagnostics

Prior to carrying out any treatment, accurate diagnostics is of vital importance. The clinic Dental Harmonyisequipped with a number of state-of-the-art diagnostic tools so the patient is provided with information regarding their dental and oral health and possible treatment options “here and now”. As all the necessary services are provided under one roof, the necessary and most reasonable treatment is suggested and the patient’s time is saved. Some of the diagnostic tools used at Dental Harmony include:

  • 3D dental cone beam computed tomography (CBCT)
  • digital dental (and) panoramic radiographs
  • cephalography
  • intraoral camera
  • CarieScan Pro (the device determining the severity of damage of dental tissues according to their density)

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Sedation. Comfort at the dentist’s office

For patients who are scared of the dentist’s chair, at Dental Harmon sedation may be suggested as a solution, which is the use of medication to help patients relax during dental procedures.  The whole process is monitored by a professional anesthesiologist.

Dentistry sedation is appropriate when:

  • the patient’s  fear is too big to handle;
  • long and complex treatment procedures needed;
  • the patient cannot sit still in the dentist’s chair and keeps fidgeting;
  • during the treatment the patient feels sick.

If the patient is not sure about his or her reaction during the treatment procedure or the degree of his or her negative sensations, it is advisable to consult your dentist and discuss sedation as an option. The dentist will take into consideration the patient’s condition, his or her expectations and then will decide whether sedation would be an appropriate solution.


Toothache has never been a pleasant experience for anyone and, naturally, we all try to avoid it. Unfortunately, we do not always act rationally: for example, being scared of pain we keep postponing out visit to the dentist. This way minor tooth problems turn into serious issues. Then treatment will last longer and cost more.

What are the most common causes of toothache?

  • Dental caries is the medical term for tooth decay or cavities.  It is caused by acids which are produced by certain types of bacteria thriving in plaque on the surface of our teeth and turning carbohydrates in the foods we eat into acids. The acids dissolve minerals in the enamel layer and white spots appear. If they are not treated they get larger over time. Acids can also penetrate into the dentin and this is when a cavity appears. If it is not treated, bacteria will continue to grow and produce acids that eventually will reach the pulp and the tooth nerve. Then acute throbbing pain is experienced (and the production of saliva or gastric juice or even digestion may be disrupted). Eventually, if caries is left untreated, it will result in tooth loss.
  • Dental fractures. You may damage your teeth when biting something hard, for example, a nut. It is not always easy to notice that you have a fractured tooth. However, typically such teeth are tender to the touch or you may get a severe toothache.
  • The most common periodontal diseases are gingivitis and periodontitis. Read more

Toothache can be prevented!

Dentists claim: toothache can be prevented. Regular visits to your dentist along with proper oral hygiene are all you need.

What should I do if I have a toothache?

It is recommended to schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible. Your teeth will be examined and an appropriate treatment will be prescribed after carrying out comprehensive diagnostic procedures.You should not be afraid of dentists

In modern dentistry you should not be afraid of pain as you can avoid it. The latest technologies, modern tools, appropriately chosen anesthetics and highly experienced dentists mean minimal discomfort in the dentist’s office. The right communication may also help you overcome your fear: after having conducted a thorough diagnostics, the dentist will explain to you what kind of treatment is needed and what options you have. You will also be asked about your expectations, suggestions will be made, questions will be answered and a customised treatment plan will be made.

Tooth treatment prices

Internal tooth bleaching (1 procedure, using microscope)75 €
Front tooth restoration (1 surface)95 €
Front tooth restoration (2 surfaces)125 €
Front tooth restoration (3 surfaces)170 - 250 €
Complete tooth crown covering with sealant, front teeth60 €
Molar tooth restoration (2 surfaces)75 €
Molar tooth restoration (3 canals, using microscope)90 €
150 €
(1 canal, using microscope)125 €
Root canal treatment (2 canals, using microscope)255 €
Root canal treatment (3 canals, using microscope)295 €
Root canal treatment155 €
Root canal retreatment (2 canals, using microscope)225 €
Root canal retreatment (1 canal, using microscope)390 €
Root canal retreatment (3 surfaces)30 - 60 €

The prices indicated here are provisional. Only after an examination and consultation the doctor will be able to provide you with a precise treatment cost.

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