The science of periodontology, which is a branch of dentistry, studies the periodontium – its structure, function, the diseases that affect it, etc. The word’s components literally translate as ‘around’ (perio) and ‘tooth’ (dontium). The main aim of periodontology is to take steps to retain your own teeth and avoid complicated surgical procedures. Periodontology is inextricably linked to implantology.

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Dentistry is one of the fastest developing medical fields. Lasers are used in our everyday practice for good reason. On the one hand, they ensure that the patient is calm and in no pain while treated, and on the other, they represent the most modern technology available to dentists, helping them do a precise and successful job.
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Veneers constitute ultra-thin porcelain laminates that are bonded directly to the vestibular (front) surfaces of teeth. This method improves aesthetics and gives a natural beauty to the smile.
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Bonding is a procedure where the shape, size or colour of a tooth or a group of teeth is changed in order to improve aesthetics and function. Such imperfections are often caused by gaps between teeth (tremae and diastemata), chipped teeth, discolouration, etc.
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The term ‘teeth whitening’ refers to changing the colour intensity (saturation) of teeth to their original condition. The procedure is widely used in dental practice, because rigorous studies show that a white, beautiful smile is one of the most important aspects of personal appearance.

Prosthetics is a field of dentistry dealing with repairs to flaws in individual teeth or rows of teeth. The structures are made with a view to restoring the chewing function and the aesthetics and shape of the masticatory system.
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Endondontics (root canal therapy) is a field of dentistry that deals with the treatment of dental pulp and the surrounding tissues. Inside each tooth, there is a space filled with blood vessels, nerves, etc.
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Paediatric dentistry is an area of dental medicine that deals with care for the youngest ones – your children. An important part of paediatric dentistry is training children to perform the right hygiene procedures, which are necessary to maintain their teeth white and healthy.
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Implantology is an area of dental medicine that deals with repairing defects in the rows of teeth through placement of implants. Dental Implants can be used to treat all defects – from the loss of a single tooth to the loss of all teeth.
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IG Dental offers all procedures in the field of oral surgery performed in an outpatient setting:
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