Childrens' checkup

Regular dental exams for children are a critical part of preventive health care, with the most common interval being every six months. However, the dentist might recommend fewer or more-frequent visits depending on your child's risk factors for oral health problems. During a dental exam, the dentist evaluate your child's risk of tooth decay checks tooth development, alignment and eruption. A dental exam for children might also include dental X-rays or other diagnostic procedures. At the end the dentist might polish your child's teeth to get them used to some of our dental instruments.

My treatment consisted of removing my upper teeth and having 4 implants. The procedure was painless. I now have a beautiful bridge. With results like this it was worth every penny! I can now eat everything without any fear.

Stephanie, Malta