We even provide a 10 year guarantee

We don’t forget our patients when they leave our dentistry. Depending on the treatment we provide a 1 to 10 year guarantee. You can see below how many years of guarantee we provide for each procedure and under which circumstences.

Aesthetic filling 1 year guarantee
Inlay, onlay 2 year guarantee
Permanent dentures (crowns, bridges) 3 year guarantee
Temporary dentures 3 year guarantee
Straumann implant 10 year guarantee*
DIO implant 10 year guarantee*

*In case the patient loses the implant to no fault of their (see: below) during the guaranteed time, the implant will be replaced at no charge or if that’s not possible we will provide a 30% discount for the price of the alternative denture.

Validating the guarantee has conditions

We can only provide the guarantee if the patient complies, which means appearing at the control appointments coordinated with doctors and establishing/maintaining the desirable conditions of oral hygiene. For this, it’s necessary that you:

  • attend to your teeth appropriately and constantly comply with oral hygienic regulations described by your doctor,
  • appear at check-ups at our doctor’s office at times determined by your doctor (at 6 month intervals or annually),
  • get treatments that your doctor suggests for preserving the condition of your teeth in 30 days at the latest (e.g.: plaque removal, denture relining),
  • keep your dentures clean by the prescribed method,
  • use your denture in the way it was intended.

The guarantee can lose its validity

In cases when:

  • the procedure differs by the patient’s request from the treatment suggested by the doctor,
  • the patient fails to appear at the half-year check-up appointment,
  • the patient is a heavy smoker,
  • the patient develops a chronic illness which has a negative effect on their teeth or the condition of the denture (e.g.: diabetes, epilepsy, osteoporosis, cancer, conditions after radiation or chemo therapy)
  • the patient develops allergies, tooth diseases and their consequences previously unknown after the treatment,
  • the denture or implants are strained at an extreme level (teeth-grinding at night, teeth-gripping) and as a result they are damaged,
  • the denture is not used as intended and therefore is damaged (e.g.: dropping the denture, sports injury),
  • the denture is damaged in an accident,
  • the patient doesn’t get the bite splint made or doesn’t wear it as the doctor suggested– which results in the damage of the porcelain because of the over-grip of the denture.