Reliable and quality
Eye for Beauty Details
Over Ons
We are ready for you!
Previous slide
Next slide


Periodic control

The periodic oral examination is an important element of dental care, which is usually done twice a year. The dentist checks your teeth for any abnormalities, such as cavities (caries) and the condition of your gums (periodontium). If the check shows that there is gum inflammation (gingivitis or periodontitis), you may need to be referred to a dental hygienist. This is of course in consultation with you. Depending on the situation, X-rays are taken to check for the presence of cavities and to assess existing fillings and bone level. The frequency of X-rays depends on the condition of your teeth. In the event of any specific problems and/or extensive treatment plans, it may be necessary for us to take an X-ray showing your entire jaw and teeth (orthopantogram). All our treatments are by appointment only.


A cavity can form due to the long-term presence of dental plaque. This hole will be filled to preserve your tooth and to prevent pain. In consultation with you, it can be decided to possibly perform this treatment with anesthesia. A dry working area in the mouth is important during the application of the fillings. If possible, the dentist will place a rubber patch (coffer or rubber dam) to keep it as dry as possible. In practice, only white filling material (composite) is used. The first few days after applying/replacing the filling, some after-pain may occur. This will disappear by itself. If complaints persist or get worse, you can always contact the practice.

Root canal treatment

Due to advanced tooth decay, the nerve of the tooth can become inflamed or threaten to become infected. Such an inflammation no longer heals, so that the dentist will remove the nerve under local anesthesia and clean it there. This is called a root canal treatment. During a root canal treatment, one or more x-rays will be taken, so that the dentist has control over the course of the treatment. The root canal treatment is concluded with a filling. With a root canal treatment, the dentist tries to keep your own tooth.

Crown and bridge work

For teeth or molars with large fillings, it is possible to choose to manufacture a crown. This offers a tooth or molar protection against fracture. The treatment for a crown or bridge requires several visits to the practice, because it is done step by step. A crown is a kind of cap that is placed on a ground tooth or molar. A bridge is made to replace two or more teeth. The bridge consists of two or more pillars (neighboring teeth) and one or more intermediate parts.

Surgical treatments and extractions

If a tooth can no longer be retained, it will be removed. In our practice, the resulting wound is usually sutured with dissolvable stitches. The after-pain of an extraction is usually minor and the wound will heal quickly. Pain after treatment is normal. You can use paracetamol (2 tablets 4 times a day) or another prescribed painkiller. Start with the painkiller immediately after the treatment and use it for at least the first two days. If complaints occur such as swelling of your face, difficulty swallowing or fever, we advise you to always contact us.


A partial prosthesis (plate or frame) can be used to replace one or more teeth. You can also contact us for full dentures. A plate (partial denture) is a removable plastic tooth replacement. The advantage of this is that it is relatively cheap. An important disadvantage is the possible discomfort (depending on the situation) and that the health of the gums can be adversely affected. A better, but also more expensive, solution is a frame: a removable provision of plastic and metal attached to several teeth.

Child medicine

Preventive care is the most important care we can provide. We think it is important that children visit the dentist as early as possible and become familiar. Many unnecessary problems can be prevented through preventive information, instructions and dental cleaning. If there is a treatment, the dentist always takes longer to treat children. It is also possible to schedule several appointments to let the child get used to, also known as adjustment sessions. Your child’s primary teeth are complete around the age of three, which is also the ideal age to familiarize your child with the dental chair. Take your child with you regularly when it is time for your own check-up again. After all, this is how you set an example for your child. It is also important that parents brush their children’s teeth at least once a day until the age of ten, because children do not yet have fine motor skills.


If a tooth is missing, an implant can be a good long-term replacement. An implant is a type of screw, made of titanium, that is placed in the jaw. The implant is a strong foundation for a crown, bridge, or denture.


The grooves and pits in the molars are most susceptible to cavities. If necessary, you can choose to seal the tooth. Sealing is the sealing of grooves and pits by means of a plastic material.

Aesthetic dentistry

If you have any wishes regarding the beautification of the position, color and/or shape of your teeth or the overall appearance of your teeth, you can schedule an intake appointment at our practice. During this intake, an individual treatment plan will be drawn up and discussed. We use tooth-colored filling materials. The most common are composite veneers, which are a relatively easy and affordable solution for everyone. There are also possibilities with (possibly porcelain) crowns and veneers to embellish and improve the shape, position or color of your tooth(s). If only the color of your teeth bothers you, whitening can be a solution. We also offer this possibility in practice.


If braces are required, you or your child will be referred to an orthodontist. The orthodontist will draw up a treatment plan that (if applicable) specifies the treatment period. The duration of such treatment varies per person. Good oral hygiene is especially important for children with braces, because it is more difficult to keep clean. The danger of poor oral hygiene while wearing braces becomes visible when the braces are removed, possibly revealing white, brown or black spots. The dentist will pay extra attention to oral hygiene during the period in which the braces are worn.