General dentistry

Scaling, cavities,… all the little ones additional work that you may need can be carried out at the clinic

All your dental needs

While Bucharest British Dental Place specializes in complex procedures, we carry out all the standard dental care you may need. Your visit to the clinic will be an opportunity to carry out an assessment with you, and to explain to you all the oral hygiene procedures for good prevention.

Strong points

  • Complete maintenance: From scaling to fillings, all basic care is covered
  • Oral health: Regular care contributes to the overall health of the mouth
  • Prevention: Regular visits can help detect dental problems before they become serious
  • Comfort: Experienced dentists guarantee pain-free treatments
  • Quality: Use of cutting-edge materials and techniques for all treatments
  • Accessibility: General dentistry services are offered at competitive prices
  • Efficiency: Treatments are performed efficiently and in a timely manner to minimize your time in the clinic.

Consultation with one of our dentists

A dental consultation is a crucial step in maintaining good oral health and preventing dental problems.

It allows the patient to benefit from a complete assessment of their dental situation. The dentist generally carries out a thorough examination of the patient’s mouth, as well as a general medical and dental questionnaire in order to offer the most suitable dental treatments.

During the consultation, the dentist performs all the necessary basic care such as scaling, teeth polishing and assessing the condition of the gums. It can also be the first step before fitting dental prostheses or carrying out more complex treatments.

This consultation allows the prevention and early detection of dental problems, and thus contributes to ensuring the comfort and quality of dental care over time.

Key points

  • Dental consultation helps maintain good oral health and prevent dental problems
  • Dentists carry out a thorough examination and offer treatments adapted to the patient’s needs.
  • Consultations help prevent and detect dental problems to ensure comfort and optimal quality of care.
Examen dentaire régulier
Regular dental exam

Complete examination

During your visit to our clinic, and during the first consultation, a complete dental check-up will be carried out.

If necessary we can carry out all the basic care you may need, from scaling to fillings. This type of consultation allows the practitioner to assess the general condition of the teeth and to offer treatments adapted to the needs of each patient.

Bilan dentaire, interrogatoire du patient
Dental check-up, patient interview

All basic care

Scaling is basic dental care. This involves the elimination of mineralized dental plaque, called tartar, which is deposited on the surface of the teeth or under the gums. Scaling is important to prevent problems such as gingivitis, bad breath and periodontal disease.

The scaling process involves the use of specific instruments and sometimes an ultrasonic device to remove tartar without damaging the teeth and gums. It is recommended to have scaling at the dentist at least once a year to maintain good oral health.


Cavities are damaged, demineralized areas that form on teeth due to bacterial plaque and the buildup of acids produced by bacteria. If not treated in time, they can lead to pain, infections and even tooth loss.

Bilan dentaire à l'aide de radiographies
Dental assessment using x-rays

To treat cavities, the dentist first examines the affected teeth and determines the extent of the damage caused. Depending on the severity of the decay, he can perform a number of treatments, such as:

  • Dental filling: For less severe cavities, the dentist removes the damaged part of the tooth and fills it with a material such as dental amalgam, composite resin or glass ionomer.
  • Inlay/onlay : An inlay or onlay is used when the cavity is too extensive to simply fill but does not require a crown. These prostheses are custom-made in the laboratory and are then attached to the affected tooth.
  • Crown: If decay has caused significant deterioration of the tooth and it can no longer be restored using a dental filling or inlay/onlay, a crown may be placed to cover and protect the tooth. tooth.

It is important to visit the dentist regularly for a dental examination and professional cleaning, in order to quickly detect problems such as cavities and treat them in time.

Our clinic is equipped with microscopes in order to best carry out these different treatments.

Utilisation du microscope pour des soins dentaires plus précis
Using the microscope for more precise dental care

Comfort of treatments

Key points

  • Use of innovative technologies, for example 3D scanning instead of impressions taken in the mouth
  • Reduction in the number of sessions, thanks to the technologies used
  • Anaesthesia, from simple anaesthesia, to sedation for more complex procedures
  • Communication in English, for a good understanding of care

Our experienced dentists attach great importance to patient comfort during their dental treatments. Thanks to their skills and know-how, they are able to guarantee pain-free treatments, in order to reassure and put our patients at ease.

It often happens that treatment is delayed due to fear of the dentist. We attach great importance to patient comfort, this includes pain management, but also all inconveniences related to care. For example

The comfort of treatment begins with the consultation. The dentist takes the time to ask questions about the patient’s medical and dental history. This allows us to better understand the specific needs of each person and to offer adapted solutions. Our consultations take place in English.

During treatment, the use of modern materials and equipment, such as ultrasonic instruments for scaling, ensures effective and painless treatment. In addition, the dentist takes care to maintain a sterile and clean environment to avoid the risk of infection.

The choice of anaesthesia method is also essential to ensure patient comfort during treatment. Our experienced dentists make sure to choose the most appropriate anaesthesia, taking into account the particularities of each patient and the type of treatment to be performed.

Finally, dentists provide advice and recommendations for pain management and post-treatment comfort. This may include information on pain management at home, advice on oral hygiene, or recommendations for avoiding complications.

In summary, treatment comfort is a major concern for experienced dentists, who implement modern techniques and tools to provide pain-free dental care and enable patients to quickly return to optimal oral health.

Quality of dental care

To ensure excellent quality dental care, it is essential to use state-of-the-art materials and techniques in all treatments. Our professional and knowledgeable dentists are constantly seeking the latest advances in oral health to improve treatment outcomes for their patients.

You will be able to view all the very sophisticated equipment that equips Bucharest British Dental Place clinic. Very few clinics are equipped with so many innovations!

Materials used during dental procedures, such as composites for fillings, ceramic prosthetics and dental implants, must be high quality and durable. In addition, the use of cutting-edge equipment, such as microscopes, digital scanners and dental lasers, makes it possible to improve the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of oral conditions.

It is also crucial to place particular emphasis on prevention and patient education regarding oral hygiene. Regular follow-up with the dentist, generally every 6 to 12 months, is recommended to quickly detect and treat dental problems.

In summary, quality dental care relies on the use of cutting-edge materials and techniques, as well as clear communication and a preventative approach. Regular consultation with a competent dentist is an essential part of maintaining good oral health.

What are the common reasons for dental consultation?

Common reasons for seeing a dentist include:

  • Treating cavities: A dentist diagnoses and treats dental cavities by removing the damaged part of the tooth and filling it with a material, such as amalgam or composite resin.
  • Screening and prevention: Regular consultations allow the dentist to carry out a dental check-up, assess the oral condition and give advice on maintaining good dental hygiene.
  • Scaling and Polishing: Scaling is a procedure that removes plaque, while polishing makes teeth smoother to prevent future plaque buildup.
  • Tooth extraction: In some cases, the dentist must extract a damaged or infected tooth to prevent infection and avoid pain.
  • Dentures: The dentist can place crowns, bridges or dental implants to replace missing or damaged teeth.
  • Orthodontics: Orthodontic treatments, such as braces and aligners, are used to correct problems with tooth positioning and alignment.
  • Gum care: The dentist also treats gum problems, such as gingivitis or periodontitis, and performs gum grafts if necessary.
  • Dental pain: Tooth pain is a common reason for consultation. The dentist assesses the cause of the pain and offers appropriate treatment.

It is important to see a dentist regularly to detect and treat oral health problems before they become serious.

During your visit to Bucharest British Dental Place clinic you will benefit from a complete assessment.

Oral Health
The Importance of Regular Dental Checkups and Emphasis on Periodontal Health and Occlusal Function

Oral health is an essential part of our overall well-being. While most of us recognize the need for regular dental checkups to ensure the health of our teeth, it is equally crucial to understand the broader dimensions of dental care. In our clinic, we have recognized that periodontal health and occlusal function are two central issues that profoundly affect oral health and are sometimes overlooked by some dental professionals.

1. Periodontal health: more than just gums

Periodontal health concerns the health of our gums and the structures supporting our teeth. Neglecting periodontal health can lead to gum disease like gingivitis or more serious conditions like periodontitis. These diseases not only cause discomfort and tooth loss, but have also been linked to systemic health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Regular dental exams can detect early signs of gum disease, allowing for timely interventions and preventing the progression of these conditions. Additionally, professional cleanings can remove tartar and bacterial deposits that are difficult to remove with daily brushing and flossing, reducing the risk of gum disease.

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2. Occlusal function: a balanced bite is very important

The term “bite” refers to the way the upper teeth (maxillary teeth) and lower teeth (mandibular teeth) align and articulate with each other when closed or during chewing.

Occlusion refers to the alignment of the teeth and how the upper and lower teeth fit together when chewing or biting. An unbalanced bite or misaligned teeth can cause a range of problems, from uneven tooth wear, jaw pain, headaches, to more serious TMJ disorders.

Occlusal problems are not always obvious to the untrained eye, but during regular dental exams, dental professionals can detect and correct these problems before they become worse. Treating occlusal problems not only ensures a comfortable bite, but also contributes to the longevity of our teeth and supporting structures.

3. Comprehensive care in our clinic

At our clinic, we firmly believe that oral health is more than just cavity-free teeth. Our comprehensive approach goes beyond the obvious, focusing on the overall well-being of our patients. Through regular dental exams, our experts pay close attention to periodontal health and occlusal function, ensuring that potential problems are identified early and treated promptly.

Conclusion, our convictions

Regular dental checkups are not just a routine, but an essential part of holistic oral care. “Holistic oral care” refers to an approach to dentistry that considers oral health in the broader context of the patient’s overall health and well-being. Instead of focusing solely on treating specific symptoms or isolated dental problems, this approach seeks to understand and treat the underlying causes while considering the impact of oral health on the overall health of the patient. individual.As we deepen our understanding of oral health, the importance of periodontal health and occlusal function becomes undeniable. With a focus on these central issues, we at our clinic aim to provide comprehensive care that ensures the best oral health outcomes for our patients.