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Nicosia Dental Polyclinic

Nicosia Dental Polyclinic

Show Phone Number5 KRETE STREET, P.O.B. 2011, Nicosia, 1060Cyprus

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Dental Implants
Braces
Veneers
Teeth Whitening
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Teeth Cleaning
Root canals
Fillings
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About Nicosia Dental Polyclinic

We created a pleasant and comfortable ambience adhered to the strictest hygiene requirements. A research centre will operate at the polyclinic serving the continuously developing dental science. We will often invite professors from different dental schools to exchange with us opinions and experience on different topics. Our goal is to provide a high standard dental care for all our patients. Our dental polyclinic was founded in 1995 and we currently consist of 5 dental specialists and 8 dental assistants. We want to make your stay as comfortable as possible. We provide: * Plasma TVs in working and waiting spaces * Music * Wireless Internet Connection in waiting room
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"Best experienses of my life"
5 50Reviewed 12 Sep 2011 We were unable to verify the reviewer.
Treatment Received: Porcelain Veneers
One of the best experienses of my life with the best result i could expect from an expert! Dr Taramides is the best dentist i have been to ...
Treated By: Marios Taramides DDS Total Amount Paid $2000
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Braces
 
Cosmetic Dentist Consultation
 
Dental Bridges
 
Dental Checkup
 
Dental Crowns
 
PFM Crown
When biting is too great for all - porcelain - crowns, or when gaps from missing teeth must be filled in, metal alloy must be placed under the porcelain for strength. This is the porcelain fused to metal crown technique. Again, the teeth are prepared for a full coverage restoration. After the impression is taken, a metal coping is made for the prepared tooth. This is then covered with porcelain. These crowns do not have the translucency of pure porcelain crowns. Therefore, the aesthetics may be slightly compromised in some situations. However, good ceramists can usually overcome the limitations, thereby creating lifelike restorations. When teeth are loose due to periodontal bone loss, this technique is used. Here the teeth are splinted together, by joining the metal structure of the crowns.
 
Porcelain Crown
When there is not enough tooth structure left, or the chewing demands in the mouth are too great for veneers (laminates), a stronger, more extensive restoration is needed. Here we place all - porcelain - crowns. These crowns are pure porcelain and are placed on a fully prepared tooth. They are the most life - like of all full crown preparations. The technique consists of preparing the teeth and taking an impression. Temporary crowns are made while the permanent restorations are being fabricated in a dental lab. Within some days, the all - porcelain - crowns are permanently bonded onto the patient's teeth. Newly produced PROCERA material has enabled a better strength biocompatibility, and excellent fitting in all -porcelain - crown techniques. With this system, a laser induced computerized object of the prepared tooth is sent to Sweden by email and the all - porcelain - crown is produced in Sweden in specialized laboratories.
 
Dental Implants
Implantology is the branch of dentistry which deals with implantation; in other words, the placement of mainly metallic parts (titanium screws) into the jaw bone. The Branemark System was developed in Sweden by a research team led by Prof. P. I. Branemark. He discovered that, when implants made of pure titanium and of a cylindrical design were placed in bone using a controlled surgical technique, the bone would then grow directly onto the surface of the implant. This created a lasting biological bond which is termed osseointegration. From these original observations and many years of development, experiment and clinical trials have led to the proven technical techniques available to patients today. A dental implant is a small titanium fixture that serves as the replacement for the root of a missing natural tooth. The implant is placed in the upper or lower jaw. It will bond with the bone over time and thus serve as an anchor for the replacement tooth. Dental implants can be used to replace a single lost tooth or many missing teeth.
 
Dental Sealant
 
Dentist Consultation
 
Endodontist Consultation
 
Family Dentist Consultation
 
Fillings
 
Fluoride Therapy
 
Implant Dentist Consultation
 
Inlay or Onlay
Large unsightly silver fillings can often be replaced by tooth - coloured bonded full - porcelain fillings, if sufficient tooth structure remains. These restorations also strengthen teeth. Porcelain inlays may be used in all posterior teeth, due to their inherent strength and wear resistance.
 
Porcelain Inlay or Onlay
 
Orthodontist Consultation
 
Paediatric Dentist Consultation
 
Periodontist Consultation
 
Periodontitis Treatment
 
Restorative Dentist Consultation
 
Root canals
Endodontics is a branch of Dentistry that deals with the removing of the pump(blood vessels and nerves) and the permanent sealing of the canal. When a tooth becomes infected, the pulp has to be removed, and the root canal is cleaned, disinfected and then sealed with a permanent root filling. Inside a tooth is the pulp. Its primary purpose is to produce tooth substance. Another purpose of the pulp is to provide sensation and nutrients to the tooth. When a tooth has a cavity and it progresses to the pulp it causes strong pulsing pain and eventual death to the nerve. This is when root canal treatment is initiated. First step in root canal treatment is to clean out the pulp - nerve and blood vessels - and to remove the existing bacteria that have entered the pulp. Once everything has been removed the vacant pulpal area is filled to the tip of the root in order to keep bacteria from re-entering the pulpal area.
 
Root End Surgery
An apicectomy is the process where by the tip of the root is severed and a filling is placed at the tip to seal the root of the tooth.
 
Teeth Cleaning
 
Teeth Whitening
Power bleaching or whitening technique is the latest and most advanced process available. This method uses hydrogen peroxide and is used to treat individuals who want immediate results, or those who have severe discolorations. Patients usually see a dramatic shade improvement in less than 45 minutes and generally without the tooth sensitivity that is sometimes associated with the at home bleaching. This quick and comfortable method is also very safe because of the new advanced plasma arc light that is used during procedure.
 
Home Whitening Kits
Bleaching is performed by taking on impression of the teeth and making a model of them. From this model, a clear soft custom made bleaching tray is made. The tray is filled with bleaching gel and placed into the mouth directly over the teeth. This bleaching tray may be worn during the day or while the patient sleeps. Result can be seen daily. For maximum results most patients must wear the tray for about 2 weeks.
 
Veneers
 
Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers can dramatically change an entire smile. They can change the shape, color, size and arrangement of teeth or any combination of these factors. They can often be used as an alternative to orthodontic treatment. Excellent results can be created from veneers in a matter of weeks as opposed to wearing braces for months or years. That's why we call it «instant orthodontics». The technique consists of shaving a thin layer of the outer tooth structure. An impression of the prepared teeth is taken and is sent to the dental laboratory. The ceramist will make very thin porcelain facings consisting of all the changes in shape, size, colour and tooth arrangement that are needed to get a great looking smile. At the second visit, the laminates are bonded onto the prepared teeth with the blue light gun. The bonding material acts as an adhesive for the laminates. Porcelain laminates is the most popular technique used for dramatic smile makeover.
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Dr Marios Taramides DDS MDS

Job Title:
  Dentist
Biography:
Born in Nicosia in 1965, son of the founder of the Nicosia Dental Polyclinic Dr George Taramides studied in Germany and received his diploma from the Albert-Ludwig-University of Freiburg in 1991. He specialized as a periodontist and prosthodontist in Sweden for 3 years and achieved his Masters degree from the Lund University in Sweden in 1994. He has attended in various implantology workshops and clinical trials in Sweden. He is the president of the Cyprus Periodontal Society, since 1999 and member of the European Periodontal Association. He loves the piano and poetry and he is an amateur photographer.

Karen Simopoulou Dental Hygienist RDN EDH

Job Title:
  Dental Auxiliary
Specialisations:
  Dental Hygienist
Biography:
After qualifying as a dental nurse at King's College Hospital London, she held the post of senior dental nurse in the periodontal therapy unit. She later worked for an industrial company in their dental unit before deciding to train as a dental hygienist. She completed her dental hygiene training at Guy's Hospital London and then took the post of staff hygienist at the Royal London Hospital, working within the Maxillofacial and Periodontal Unit. After several years in general practice she emigrated to Cyprus. When her son went to primary school she returned to work in private practice and has continued to work ever since.

Dr Polina Mina DDS ETC

Job Title:
  Dentist
Biography:
Polina Mina is a Pediatric Dentist in Nicosia Cyprus. She is a 1998 graduate from Semmelweiss University, and after receiving her DMD, she specialized for 3 years at The Tufts University, Boston, US, in Pediatric Dentistry. After finishing her specialty she worked as a clinical associate at The Tufts University for 1 year and in 2004 she came to Cyprus to work at The Nicosia Dental Polyclinic practicing dentistry exclusively for children, adolescences and children with special needs. She is a member of the Cyprus Dental Society and The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.

Dr Adonis Panayides

Job Title:
  Dentist
Specialisations:
  Endodontics
Biography:
Dr Adonis Panayides was born and raised in Larnaca, a town on the east coast of Cyprus, in May 1982. After leaving Cyprus to study, he moved to Athens, Greece, where he studied dentistry at the Kapodestriako University of Athens. He graduated in February 2008.

Dr Petros Kokkinos DDS ETC

Job Title:
  Dentist
Specialisations:
  Orthodontics
Biography:
Dr Petros Kokkinos is a Cypriot national who trained at the Louisiana State University, qualifying in 1994. He joined the Nicosia Dental Polyclinic in 1996 as Orthodontic Specialist. Dr Kokkinos has since become President of the Cyprus Orthodontic Society, and is a member of : - The American Association of Orthodontists, - The World Federation of Orthodontists and - The European Orthodontic Society.
Show Phone Number5 KRETE STREET, P.O.B. 2011, Nicosia, 1060Cyprus