Nicosia Committed to Providing the Highest Quality in Cosmetic Dentistry

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08/13/2014 - Medical Tourism
By: Kai Wade | Director of Communications & Social Media

Elite dental surgeons in Nicosia are focused on one goal — satisfactory results. These primary network of dentists understand how central your smile is and believes in delivering the highest quality of dentistry in Cyprus.

With years of extensive education and experience, dentists in Nicosia combine — focus and attention to detail — which enables them to provide the best possible treatment for patients traveling for dental services.  Nicosia presents an atmosphere of comfort and care for your treatment and utilizes the latest techniques for painless, comfortable dentistry.

When choosing a dentist in Nicosia, it is imperative to choose a dentist and hygienist that is up-to-date on advanced technologies, educational lectures, conferences, and reading literature.

Spotlight — Committed to Professional Dental Care

Cosmetic Dentistry Centre of Nicosia provides you with the leading dental techniques and the best treatment approaches to take care of your every dental need, from checkups and cleanings, to tooth-colored fillings, dental implants, porcelain veneers, crowns and bridges, whitening, oral surgery and more.

The Centre Offers Elite Services in:

  • Preventative dental care for children, adults, and seniors.
  • Comprehensive dentistry including restorative dentistry; cosmetic dentistry; periodontics (gum disease treatment); oral surgery for tooth extraction; endodontics (root canal treatment); dental implants; etc.
  • Specialty care with oral surgeons, periodontists, endodontists, pediatric dentists, prosthodontists, and orthodontists.

Dental services are offered in English, German, French, Greek and Arabic. 

Caring for Your Teeth

What’s the right way to brush your teeth? If you’re confused on how often, how long and the best way to brush your teeth, you’re not alone. A recent study, published in the British Dental Journal, states that “…teeth-brushing advice provided to consumers is “unacceptably inconsistent” in its description of how often to brush and for how long.”

“The wide range of recommendations we found is likely due to the lack of strong evidence suggesting that one method is conclusively better than another,” stated lead author John Wainwright in a University College London press release.

The study outcome: 26 sources recommended brushing for two minutes, 12 recommended brushing two to three minutes and 2 recommended brushing for three minutes, 42 sources recommended twice daily brushing, 1 source recommended we brush our teeth three times daily.

To learn more about dental treatments, find a dentist near you.

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