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Even though we insist on the prevention and preservation of dental health in our everyday work with the patients, when it is necessary, we are able to offer a wide range of dental services that will satisfy all your needs.
You may need a dental crown which will repair a broken tooth, or you want to replace the lost teeth with implants – we can help you recover a healthy and beautiful smile. Belville Dental Centre is at your disposal either for simple procedures, or for a complex rehabilitation of the jaws.
with our doctors
One of the advantages that we provide to our patients in Belville Dental Centre is that you have several doctors, specialists, at your disposal. The possibility of having consultations with a team of doctors of different specialties, whose expertise lies in orthodontics, oral surgery or prosthetics, enables you to have an objective view of the treatment options.
- A conversation with the patient in order to understand their needs
- Creating a register file according to the information obtained through the questionnaire on the health state
- X-ray imaging (digital orthopantomogram, 3D dental images, intraoral images…)
- Presentation of similar clinical cases
- Dental imaging as an integral part of the treatment planning
- The treatment plan with the financial offer and payment options
- The discussion with the team of doctors on the treatment plan so that we could find the best solution for your case.
Whenever it is possible, we will present you several treatment options with different costs, while the procedure and the direction of the treatment are performed in accordance with the needs of each patient.
Even though genetics has an important role in the occurrence of the diseases of the oral cavity, regular and correct tooth brushing and the use of additional means for oral hygiene represent the key factor for the health of your teeth and mouth.
Routine oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
Healthy teeth and gums not only enable you to radiate with self-assurance, but they also enable you to eat and speak properly, and even to live longer.
Regular check-ups and professional teeth cleaning are essential for the prevention of caries formation, as well as for avoiding a wide range of diseases of the oral cavity.
Short instructions for the preventive maintenance of teeth and oral cavity health
Our dentists recommend the use of dental floss in your evening routine of teeth cleaning. The adequate cleaning with nylon threads helps remove the traces of food and bacteria accumulated between teeth, and thus prevents the inflammation of gums and premature gum recession.
After the cleaning with dental floss, brush your teeth and gums with a toothbrush with soft bristles in order to remove the remains of food and the soft plaque from the teeth. This way of performing dental hygiene keeps teeth beautiful and white, eliminates bad breath, and helps in the prevention of dental and gum diseases.
Finally, when you finish cleaning the teeth with dental floss and toothbrush, use antibacterial mouthwash in order to complete the oral care routine. Mouthwash kills 99% of microbes which cause bad breath, and helps the reduction of gingivitis, and clinical studies have proven that it helps the reduction of plaque formation.
Regular check-ups are essential for dental health
The appropriate care of the oral cavity does not end at home. Besides your usual routine of cleaning with dental floss, brushing with a toothbrush, and using mouthwash, making appointments for follow-up examinations at the dentist’s are very important in preserving the health of the oral cavity.
The procedures of dental health care
Besides the professional periodic teeth cleaning, Belville Dental Centre also offers several different dental services so that your teeth would remain healthy and beautiful. Modern and safe procedures of teeth whitening, then the treatment with orthodontic appliances or fluorination of children’s teeth are only some of the services that are necessary in order to keep your wide smile.
Learn more about the teeth whitening treatment that we offer.
Today, teeth whiteningis considered a safe and reliable method.
If your teeth are healthy and adequately repaired with fillings, you are a good candidate for teeth whitening. It must be noted that the substance used for teeth whitening will not have an effect on the prosthetics works and possibly visible fillings in the zone of teeth whitening, so they should be replaced after the teeth whitening treatment.
Who are the candidates for whitening and what does a whitening treatment include?
Preporučuje se da se izbeljivanje vrši uz stručan nadzor, profesionalnim i proverenim sredstvima. Trudnicama i dojiljama savetujemo da svoj tretman izbeljivanja zuba odlože za određeno vreme.
It is recommended that whitening should be done under professional supervision, with professional and proven substances. Pregnant women and those who are breastfeeding are advised to postpone their teeth whitening treatment for some time.
Our doctors recommend this treatment because it gives satisfactory and clinically superior results in comparison with alternative methods of teeth whitening.
In Belville Dental Centre, we are able to offer our patients two options of teeth whitening:
Teeth whitening at home
The treatment includes making an individual transparent silicon gum and gels so that our patients perform the treatment of teeth whitening at home, according to the dentist’s instructions.
In-office teeth whitening
Thanks to the use of Fotona’s Lightwalker laser system, the process of teeth whitening is significantly faster and provides excellent results which can be achieved with only one visit to the dentist’s office. For even better results, the combination of the two options above can be used.
Advice regarding eating and drinking after teeth whitening
The sustainability of the results after teeth whitening depends on the consumption of coloured food. If patients use coloured food and beverages in their diet (soy sauce, coloured beverages, red wine, coffee, green tea) or do not perform adequate oral hygiene, the obtained results of teeth whitening will last much shorter.
If they reduce the consumption of food with strong pigments and do not smoke cigarettes, the effect of teeth whitening may last for several years.
The teeth will certainly regain their natural colour gradually, the one they had before whitening. That is why we advise our patients to repeat the whitening procedure once a year, to maintain the colour. The effect of whitened teeth lasts significantly shorter with smokers.
It is important to emphasize that negative effects are possible, and they last for up to several days. They are reflected as sensitivity of teeth to hot, cold, sweet or sour.
In a situation when an empty space remains after a tooth is extracted, it is necessary to replace it, since, on the contrary, the consequences may occur which could cause rotation or slanting of adjacent teeth towards the empty space, their position and function loss, as well as the bone loss in the zone of the missing tooth, which could all make your facial expression unnatural, and if a tooth is missing in the smile zone, it can also affect your self-confidence.
To retrieve the natural function and appearance of lost teeth may be very difficult. A denture or a bridge may seem an adequate choice of treatment, but in comparison with implants, they have limited results. In most of the cases, dental implants are the most worthy aesthetic and functional solution for the replacement of the missing teeth.
What are dental implants?
Implants are alloplastic materials which are placed in the soft and bone tissue of the upper and lower jaw with the aim to improve chewing function, aesthetics and phonation with partially or completely toothless patients. For the success of implantation, what is especially significant are the proper indication, the patient’s right choice, the implementation of the proper surgical technique, as well as making a functionally and aesthetically satisfactory superstructure. The implant placement into a jaw is a completely painless procedure. The time of making prosthesis is 6–8 weeks after the implant placement.
Am I a good candidate for an implant placement?
Today, almost every person who lost a tooth is a candidate for an implant placement. The exceptions are only the patients who suffer from osteoporosis, uncontrolled diabetes and similar chronic diseases. Immediately after the operation, in the phase of gingiva healing, the risk group includes smokers due to the difficulties in healing caused by the bad influence of nicotine and a higher temperature in the mouth. The main prerequisite for an implant placement is good oral hygiene. Dental implants are an ideal choice for people with good oral health who have lost one or more teeth. The candidates for dental implants must have healthy gingiva and the bone for the support of the appropriate implants.
What is the success rate of the treatment with implants?
Today, the success rate in the treatment with implants is 98%. In order to determine whether implants are a possible solution for you, it is necessary to perform x-ray diagnostics and the consultation with the dentist, and to carry out the examination of teeth and gums. Implant placement consists of several phases. In the first phase, the implant is placed in the jaw bone. The procedure is performed in local anaesthesia, it is completely painless and it lasts about 30 minutes on average. The process of osseointegration (the phase of the integration of the implant and the bone) takes about 2–6 months. In the second phase, the superstructure is placed, around which gingiva will form. Then follows the phase of the superstructure impression. After that, from the impression, a technician makes a model on which the final prosthesis is made.
Are there any risks in implant placement?
Implants represent the most comfortable solution for patients if their placement will prevent the drilling of the adjacent teeth and bone resorption, which occurs after a tooth extraction. Some of the undesired effects which may follow are infections around the implant, the injury of the surrounding tissue (sinuses, nerves, or blood vessels), or bone fractures.
What is All on 4?
All of 4 represents a modern concept of the replacement of lost teeth in toothless patients or in patients who have a certain number of the remaining teeth in the jaw which are indicated for extraction.
Also, this method can be performed in patients who are not satisfied with the quality of life when using total or partial dentures.
The procedure consists of the extraction of the remaining teeth in the jaw and simultaneous placement of 4 implants in one jaw. The procedure takes from 60 to 90 minutes. It is performed in local anaesthesia.
On the same day, after the implant placement, patients get a temporary prosthesis which they use for 3 months. After the healing period, the prosthesis is changed for the definite prosthesis which is fixed on the 4 implants.
The advantages of this concept are shorter waiting time for making the prosthesis, only one surgical procedure, and finally, lower costs in comparison with the interventions which imply the placement of 6 to 8 implants into the jaw bone
RCT or Root Canal Treatment is the procedure which is performed on a tooth in a situation when the tooth is damaged to such an extent that it is necessary to remove the nerve or the remains of the infected nerve from the canal within the tooth root.
That is a conservative procedure which is used for fixing a natural tooth with the aim of its preservation and further functioning in the oral cavity.
A tooth root is a term which is used to describe the natural cavities within a tooth. Below the hard surface of a tooth, there is a chamber in which the pulp, made of blood vessels, nerves and connective tissues, is located.
Root canal treatment is performed in one or more sessions, with the use of the appropriate medications and modern diagnostic devices.
After the root canal treatment, the last step may include a further rehabilitation of the tooth. Bearing in mind the fact that, most often, the tooth from which the nerve has been removed is such that it misses a larger portion of the dental substance in the crown area, a crown or some other prosthesis should be placed on such a tooth with the aim of its additional protection.
Prosthetic rehabilitation of a tooth comprises the placement of crowns and bridges on the teeth.
The most common indication for placing crowns is a significant damage of a tooth due to the progressed caries or the fractures of the crown part of a tooth.
During the preparation of a tooth for the superstructure, the crown part of the tooth is shaped circularly in a thin layer (0.5mm to 1mm) so that a space would be left for the ceramic prosthesis of the tooth. When the tooth is prepared, the impression of the shaped tooth is taken, which is then sent to the dental laboratory and used for making the prosthesis.
It should be noted that besides the conventional way of taking the impression which has been used for years, today, we have a possibility of intraoral scanning of individual teeth or the complete jaw, which gives us higher precision, quick making of prosthesis and a greater comfort for a patient. Also, thanks to intraoral scanning and special software, patients have the opportunity to see what the future prosthesis will look like even before we start making it.
During the process of making the definite crown, we make a temporary acrylic crown for the patient, for both aesthetic and functional reasons.
The final crown is shaped so that it looks natural and it is attached with special cement for cementing prosthesis.
- Metal-ceramic crowns have been a standard in the rehabilitation of damaged teeth for years. They have metal at its base, and a layer of ceramic over the metal base. They represent a long-lasting solution, they are resistant, and have a beautiful aesthetic effect. In the zone of aesthetics, due to the metal that represents the base of these crowns, the transparency may differ in comparison with the natural teeth, so the recommendation would be to make non-metal crowns.
- Non-metal crowns are totally made of ceramic, so this kind of prosthesis meets the highest aesthetic requirements. Due to the fact that ceramic crowns provide an extraordinary aesthetic effect, we recommend them as the material of choice when the aesthetic restoration in the frontal region is concerned.
- Veneers/facets are thin, transparent shells made of porcelain and shaped in such a way that they perfectly resemble natural, healthy teeth. After the construction, they are cemented to the frontal (visible) surface of a tooth with the aim to improve the look of the tooth without any drastic changes on the original tooth. Thanks to veneers, it is possible to use the minimum invasive approach to change the imperfections in the shape, colour, and size of a tooth. The construction of veneers is a simple, practical procedure after which you will get a brilliant smile in only a few days.
The procedure for the construction of porcelain veneers is simple, painless, and only two visits to the dentist are usually enough. During the first visit, we will carefully reshape the tooth enamel so as to make the space for the veneers. Then we will scan the previously prepared teeth and send the file to the laboratory. After the veneers are finished, we will make another appointment during which we will place them on the frontal (visible) surfaces of your teeth.
At the end of the process you will have an apparently completely new row of shiny and healthy teeth – without a need to replace any of them.
If you want a simple and minimum invasive option which is not included in complicated procedures, veneers are the most efficient solution for you. Veneers can also be a solution for many other dental problems:
- Worn out teeth
- Tooth discoloration
- Tooth stains
- Tooth cracks
- Uneven teeth
- Discordant teeth
If you have any of these problems, veneers may be a perfect cosmetic dental solution for you.
It is of extreme importance that a child acquires a habit of oral hygiene from the earliest age. Along with the proper hygiene, a dental check-up is recommended to be done every 6 months.
The steps you can take in order to prevent the occurrence of caries and gum diseases:
- Brush your teeth at least twice a day with a soft or medium hard toothbrush and toothpaste that contains fluorine
- Change the toothbrush every two to three months
- Have your teeth checked by the dentist twice a year
In case caries appears, with a timely reaction we will prevent its progression. It enables us smooth work, and you get a painless, fast and easy treatment.
Fissure sealing is a totally painless treatment which is intended to provide the protection of teeth from caries in certain predilected places.
Teeth fluorination is another one of numerous preventive programs which are aimed at the prevention of your dental health. In Belville Dental Centre it is done twice a year and it lasts 15 minutes.
Paediatric dentistry is dedicated to the oral health of children and adolescents. Our dentists are also parents themselves, so our primary focus is that our children get the best possible treatment. For us, it is simply something we love and we do it with love, with the approach that implies excellence and dedication.
From a simple tooth extraction to complex oral-surgical procedures, our team is ready to take care of you.
For many years, we have been recognized as a centre which successfully solves numerous problems in the field of oral surgery:
- Routine tooth extraction
- Surgical removal of deep periodontal pockets
- Removal of periapical proceses at the top of tooth roots
- Surgical extraction of impacted teeth
- Dental implant placement
- Ridge augmentation
- Sinus lift
Wisdom teeth or third molars are teeth which grow the last, usually between the ages 17 and 25.
Since there is usually not enough space for wisdom teeth in the oral cavity, today, in a large number of cases, the third molars are removed even in early childhood.
What can happen if you do not have your wisdom teeth extracted?
Besides the cosmetic consequences that we mentioned earlier, the lack of space in a jaw may prevent wisdom teeth from growing out properly, and in that process they may get infected and lead to serious and painful complications.
What should you do if you do not have these problems?
Some of these problems are sometimes invisible because a wisdom tooth has not grown to the surface. However, bearing in mind that the root of a wisdom tooth is becoming longer in time, it may result in a potentially complicated extraction of a wisdom tooth.
Even in case you do not have problems with wisdom teeth, we advise that you have a preventive examination, and if needed, make an orthopantomogram imaging.
When should wisdom teeth be extracted?
The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons recommends the extraction of wisdom teeth in early youth, in order to avoid potential problems in the future and enable proper healing.
Wisdom teeth operation
Depending on the position of a wisdom tooth in the bone, a routine tooth extraction or an operation of a wisdom tooth extraction is performed. Before the operation you have a consultation with your doctors and then you can ask them anything you want to know about the procedure. After the operation, you can expect symptoms such as swelling and sensitivity.
Using orthodontic appliances we can correct the irregularities of the jaw and the inadequate position of teeth.
If you have rotated teeth or you have problems with chewing or speaking due to the irregular bite, with the help of orthodontic treatment, you have a possibility to solve those problems, and get a perfect, natural smile.
Even though it is recommended that orthodontic treatment should start in children when their permanent teeth start growing, the treatment can be carried out at any age, which means that adults can also use the treatment with orthodontic appliances.
As long as you wish a perfect smile, an orthodontic treatment can be the choice of a method for you.
- Fixed orthodontic appliance – Even though classic (metal) retainers have been a “golden standard” in orthodontics for years, today we have a possibility of using their modern versions which are more efficient and more comfortable for patients.
Thanks to small brackets, they look much subtler, and the choice of materials they are made of enable that the braces are almost invisible.
- Retention foils – A modern orthodontic treatment and new digital technologies can provide you with retention appliances which are transparent, removable, and aesthetically acceptable.
The foils are made of transparent plastic material and, by using them, you will be able to align your teeth into an ideal position.
When it is worn, the foil is practically invisible, which makes it a perfect option for those who are concerned about how they might look with braces on their teeth.
The foil is also removable, so you will have no trouble if you want to eat your favourite food. They also facilitate foil maintenance and oral hygiene routines.
It is important to mention that this kind of retention appliance has limited possibilities and it is not meant for complex cases.
Today, lasers are used with great success in numerous medical indications.
The effect of lasers in dentistry is manifold positive for soft tissues because it enables less invasive methods with minimum post-operative complications and procedures which usually do not require the use of anaesthesia.
If we talk about its effect on the hard dental tissue, lasers can successfully be used today in caries removal, respecting all the principles of minimum invasive dentistry, then in endodontic treatments of root canals, as well as in certain surgical procedures.
Our professional staff is totally educated about the safe application of lasers and about taking safety and protection measures for the patients and for the employees.
Some of the numerous advantages of using lasers in dentistry are:
- Quicker and easier period of wound healing
- Surgical procedures without bleeding and without using surgical sutures
- High-precision and safe treatments of both soft and hard tissues
We successfully use laser for:
- Periodontopathy treatment
- Root canal treatment (canal sterilisation)
- Removal of initial caries on permanent teeth
- Removal of frenulum in children
- Teeth whitening
- Treatment of aphthae and herpes
- Prosthetic preparation of teeth for crowns
- Circumcision and excision
from 5.000 to 12.000 RSD
3.700 – 5.000 RSD
Routine tooth extraction
Tartar removal, sanding and polishing of teeth in both jaws
from 25.000 RSD
from 53.000 RSD
Milk tooth extraction
Impacted tooth extraction
Mobile orthodontic appliance
(per jaw) 30.000 RSD
Fixed orthodontic appliance
(per jaw) from 89.000 RSD
This is only a part of our services that we most commonly provide.
A precise treatment plan with financial offer and all the options can be provided only after the performed clinical examination in our centre.
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Belville Dental Centre is a partner to numerous companies so that the dental services could be more available to our patients. With our cooperation with renowned insurance companies we have enabled our services to all their clients with health insurance policies.
Besides, with Banca Intesa credit cards, you can pay our services in 6 monthly instalments, without interest.