Services

Our services

The practice at the Post Tower offers a wide range of state-of-the-art and classical treatments to maintain your dental health. Three dentists, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon and two prophylaxis assistants are at your service. Please click on the individual menu items to find out more about our range of treatments. Feel free to convince yourself before you arrange an appointment. We look forward to seeing you!

Dental Hygiene

In addition to regular dental care at home, professional cleaning of the teeth at the practice is essential to maintain healthy gums and teeth. Further information

Endodontics

If the inside of a tooth is damaged, root canal treatment is necessary to preserve it. Further information

Implantology

Modern implantology facilitates fixed tooth replacement by the use of implants. A dental implant is an “artificial root”. The artificial root is inserted (implanted) directly into the jawbone in place of the original root. Further information

Bad breath

Bad breath is unpleasant. Not only for those nearby, but also for the patient. However, bad breath is not necessarily due to poor dental hygiene.  Further information

Periodontology

Next to tooth decay, periodontal disease is the most common disease in the oral cavity, and the main cause of tooth loss in the over 35s. Further information

Clenching and grinding

Clenching and grinding the teeth together is a common problem. Just like some people may scream, this is one of the body’s stress-relief methods. Further information

General anaesthesia, sedation and nitrous oxide

Anaesthesia of any kind can cause concern and anxiety for many patients beforehand, and the risks are generally well-known. However, we utilise the most modern means of anaesthesia and sedation to ensure the highest possible level of safety. Further information

Tooth replacement

For optimum maintenance and filling of a damaged tooth we prefer ceramic inlays. This material has the advantage that the shape, contour and colour can be perfectly matched and the natural appearance of the treated tooth is retained. Further information