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Dental crowns made of porcelain
The Perfect Smile

As our commitment to a free dental amalgam, the surgery gives us high quality porcelain crowns for patients with severe tooth destruction. The bezel is a remedy that is used when the residual tooth substance is insufficient to hold one choke.

First make the fitting of porcelain crown, remove the damaged tooth substance and adjust the surface remains appropriate to accept the new bezel. To secure implementation of the crown on the tooth used one adhesive agent.

The ceramic used for the flange can fit perfectly into the shade of your natural tooth. Once complete, your new porcelain crown will seem like a natural restoration of your teeth.

Dental Bridges

Our office can provide high quality dental bridges if you are missing one or more teeth. Missing teeth can begin a general weakening of the structure of the jaw as well begin to shift to fill the existing gap.

Our dental bridges are constructed to look as natural as possible. We use only the best ceramic materials to manufacture restorations that resemble as much as possible on the natural teeth. Your dental bridge will consist of two unconnected invisible hoops as often used in many bridges placements. When further supported by our senior dental implants, you can trust the stability and durability of your new dental bridge as you admire how well they reflect the natural appearance of the remaining teeth.

There are many factors that contribute to the perfect smile, some of which you are aware of such symmetry and size of the teeth. However, in our practice we take into account to create a new smile and other factors which are:

• Symmetry smile

• Shape teeth

• Tooth Size

• Periodontal status

• Interdental spaces

• Light Reflection

• “black runs” on the sides of the mouth

• Place the rim – the amount of tooth substance that seems to smile and resting state

• Transparency

When taking into account all the above, we can design a natural smile that you will be proud to show off at every opportunity.

Porcelain Veneers

What are facets?

Veneers are thin “peels” applied to the tooth to correct imperfections of shape, size or color of a tooth. They can be made of porcelain or composite resin. We work with some of the best laboratories in Greece to produce unique porcelain veneers for you. Our team of cosmetic dentists are highly trained in the art of creating physically simulated composite faces directly to our office.

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Announcement of opening day - 15th June 2020

We are excited to welcome patients into the practice from the 15th June 2020.

  • Dental Implant consultations
  • Implant referrals from other dentists
  • Patients with implant complications
  • Teeth extractions

Our opening hours have been extended. This allows extra flexibility for the cleaning time between appointments and ensures the environment remains as safe as possible for our patients, clinicians and practice colleagues.

As a private, specialist clinic we operate a single patient policy and do not accept walk ins, please call or email us to make an appointment. Dr Loukas is also able to run virtual consultations, helping us to address our patient’s needs sooner as well as reduce the number of face to face appointments where possible. 

To reach our team please call 01794 399987 or email us at


If you have any of the symptoms of Covid-19/Coronavirus, please let us know as soon as you can; do not attend your appointment and follow the government guidelines around self-isolation.

Before your appointment

To ensure that you have all the information easily to hand, we will send you all the key information before your appointment - including who you will be seeing, what treatment you will be having, the cost of your treatment and , what to do when you arrive. It is possible that we may ask you to complete and return a medical history form that will be sent and completed digitally, so please do not print this out and bring with you.

On the day of your appointment

Before you depart for the practice, we ask that where possible, you have already visited the lavatory, have ensured that you are hydrated and already brushed your teeth It is important that you do not bring a large number of things into the practice with you, so please ensure you only bring necessary items with you.

When you arrive, the doors will be locked, so please call to let our team know you have arrived and either stay in your car or outside of the practice (whilst maintaining good social distancing protocol) if you have arrived on foot. To minimise risk, please ensure you attend your appointment alone unless you require assistance or are supporting a child or someone vulnerable. We are encouraging card payments only so where possible, please do not arrive with cash.

Entering the practice

When it is time for your appointment, one of our team will call you to notify you to approach the practice. Please let us know if you do not have a mobile phone beforehand and we will make alternative arrangements. Before entering the practice, one of our trained colleagues will take your temperature to ensure you do not have a fever and invite you in if your temperature is safely below 37.5 degrees centigrade. Unfortunately, if you are above 37.5 degrees, we will have to rearrange your appointment for the safety of all those in practice.

Once you have been invited into the practice, you will be asked to sanitise your hands and correctly place a facemask on, which you will be shown how to do. We will require payment before your appointment (if appropriate), ideally by card, using our freshly disinfected card machines to ensure you can have a swift departure once your treatment has finished. Our practice colleagues will be behind protective plastic screens, but this is for the safety of everyone. No other patients will be waiting in the reception area and you will be guided to the appropriate treatment room, following the distance markers that will be displayed throughout practice.  


Before you enter the treatment room, you will need to leave any loose belongings like your coat or bag in the designated box provided. Upon entering the treatment room, our teams will be wearing extra Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as in order to provide you with the right care and service, they cannot adhere to social distancing recommendations. This may mean that it is more difficult to see our colleagues and clinicians’ faces, but please be reassured that they will be the usual friendly team. Naturally we are also ensuring that each treatment room is carefully cleaned and disinfected after each patient. You will be asked to wash your hands and to place your mask into a plastic bag.

If you are attending for a treatment that requires an Aerosol Generating Procedure (AGP) - any procedure that has the potential to cause spray - you will be asked to carefully swill your mouth with a hydrogen peroxide solution for 1 minute. One of our team will talk you through this on the day. 

After the appointment

When your treatment is complete, you will replace your face mask, wash your hands and collect your belongings from the box outside the treatment room door. Before you leave the practice, you will dispose of your mask at the door and leave after using hand sanitiser one last time, before we say goodbye. If you have any questions after the appointment, we will be able to call you to discuss this further asour aim is to minimise your time in the practice, for your own safety.