Quality service without high costs
Eurohammas dentists are proud to offer a combination of good service and affordable prices. This is indeed a great advantage as it sets us apart from the average pricing for dental services.
Providing excellent service in dentistry is important to building trust and maintaining patient satisfaction.
Kun potilaat saavat korkealaatuista hoitoa sekä yksilölliset hoitosuunnitelmat asiakkaat saavat positiivisen kokemuksen ja jatkavat paluuta hammaslääkärikäynteihin.
Dental examination from €45
Dental examination in connection with the treatment from €25
Tartar and discoloration removal (fluoridation, cleaning) from €69
Tooth-colored filling from €69
Painless tooth extraction from €69
Teeth whitening from €150
Partial prosthesis, plastic from €740
Partial prosthesis, metal from €990
Root treatment from €240
OnLei or InLei from €390
Bite rail €250
Soda washing 200 €
Tartar removal and soda washing (together) 119 €
Dental jewelry with installations from €45
Dental technician service
Inspection of denture teeth (Free)
Full prosthesis (one jaw) from €480
Full prosthesis (upper and lower jaw) from €920
Primer for full upper or lower jaw prosthesis 159 €
Prosthetic repairs (while waiting) from €115
Brush your teeth at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. Always use dental floss to brush between the teeth. Rinse your mouth with water, avoid smoking and sugar. Visit the dentist regularly.
Flossing is important for dental hygiene. It is recommended to use dental floss or an interdental brush daily. The spaces between the teeth are prone to the accumulation of plaque and food residues, and brushing alone is not always able to remove these residues effectively. Flossing helps to clean between the teeth and the gum line area where the brush cannot reach.
Use dental floss or an interdental brush between each tooth, gently sliding the floss between the teeth. Clean each interdental area separately and make sure that the floss reaches the gum pocket. Gently move the floss back and forth to remove plaque and food particles.
Flossing is especially important if you have narrow spaces between your teeth, roughness between your teeth, or if your spaces are prone to plaque build-up. It is also useful if you have dental implants, braces or other orthodontic appliances where cleaning your teeth can be challenging.
Daily flossing along with brushing, fluoride toothpaste and regular dental visits help maintain oral health and prevent gingivitis, tooth decay and other dental diseases.
The recommended way to use mouthwash is usually to use it after daily brushing and flossing. In this case, mouthwash can act as an additional means to remove bacteria, reduce plaque and give a fresh feeling to the mouth. Using mouthwash in the evening before going to bed can be especially beneficial, as it can help reduce overnight bacterial growth and plaque build-up.
In some situations, such as in the treatment of gingivitis or after surgery, the dentist may recommend using mouthwash more often or for a certain period of time. In such cases, it is important to follow the instructions given by the dentist.
It is also good to remember that mouthwash does not replace brushing and flossing, which are essential for oral hygiene. Mouthwash is intended to supplement daily oral care, not to replace it.
The best way to find out the frequency of use of mouthwash that is right for you is to ask your dentist or dental hygienist. They can give you individual recommendations and instructions regarding your oral care routine.
Smoking can cause serious harm to oral and dental health. Here are some ways smoking can affect your oral health:
1. Staining of teeth: Cigarette smoke contains many substances, such as nicotine and tar, which can stain teeth yellow or brown. This can affect the appearance of your smile and your self-esteem.
2. Gingivitis: Smoking increases the risk of gingivitis (gingivitis) and more serious gum diseases such as periodontitis. Cigarette smoke reduces blood flow to the gums, which makes healing more difficult and weakens the immune system's ability to fight infection. This can lead to reddened, swollen, bleeding gums and eventually tooth loss.
3. Poor wound healing: Smoking slows down the healing process of the oral mucosa, so wounds such as post-surgery wounds or ulcers may take longer to heal.
4. Oral mucosal diseases: Smoking can increase the risk of oral mucosal diseases such as oral cancer, leukoplakia (white plaques or ulcers on the oral mucosa) and mucositis (inflammation of the oral mucosa).
5. Bad breath: Smoking causes bad breath (halitosis) and leaves a strong odor in the mouth.
6. Impaired sense of taste and smell: Smoking can reduce the sense of taste and smell, which can affect eating habits and enjoyment of food.
It is important to note that the harms associated with smoking are not only limited to the mouth, but smoking can also affect your overall health and increase the risk of many serious diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and lung disease.
The best way to protect your oral health is to stop smoking altogether. Quitting smoking helps to improve oral health, reduce the risk of disease and improve general well-being. If you need help in quitting smoking, you can turn to health professionals.