Prague Elite Dental Clinic

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Dental Clinic
Elite Dental Prague s.r.o.

Prague dental
clinic address:

Elite Dental Prague s.r.o.
Vodickova, 5 / 12
120 00 Prague 2

Dental treatment bookings :

Tel. +420 222 510 888
Mobile +420 603 789 789


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Dental Treatment in the Czech Republic

Are you dissatisfied with the cost of dental treatment in the UK and with long waiting times?

Are you seeking comprehensive dental care, including maximum use of the latest technology and most recent therapies?

Have you heard anything about painless dentistry yet?

A few reasons why you should choose our
Prague dental clinic for your dental treatment:

Our clinic is located right in the centre of Prague.

We are number one in the Czech Republic for dental
care and providing patients with premium service.

Our doctors are professionals with international experience gained in e.g. Germany, Sweden, France, Israel, etc.

We can cure periodontitis by so called bone augmentation.

We use ozone therapy for painless and effective treatment in the oral cavity, including laser diagnostics of dental caries.

We provide lifetime warranty on all American implants given at our clinic.

To ensure the maximum sterility of treatment, patient safety and the effectiveness of dental treatment, we use a KEY laser, which has broad spectrum of usage.

All doctors have the required certificates for the dental services we offer.

We maximize patient comfort by taking care of 2-3 patients a day at most.

Thanks to the very latest procedures and technologies, we shorten the necessary recovery period from days to hours - so you can enjoy the beauty of Prague after your treatment.

Attractive prices for dental care save you money which you can then spend any way you want.

Top dental doctors work in our clinic with experience not only from Czech clinics, but also from foreign clinics and universities.

You will find all the stomatological service in one place.

Mainly conserving stomatology, child stomatology, dental hygiene, endodontics, parodontology, implantology, surgery and cosmetic stomatology ( bleaching, facets etc…)  

Full dental treatment organization service

In case you need to reserve airplane tickets, transportation to and from the airport or hotel accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us! We will order the airplane tickets from low cost airlines to keep your costs low and the fee for transport is included in the price. You can also choose one of our partner hotels, where we can guarantee absolutely lowest possible price.

We would also like to inform you that we are fully insured for the case of unexpected emergency medical treatment. Such medical attention would then be fully reimbursed from our insurance.  

Transport for clients
For our clients, we have agreed the contract with cars Skoda Superb II and also higher categories. Price for transportation in Prague is covered by the clinic when the client comes for intervention worth more than 5.000 CZK. Otherwise, the price is added to the invoice for treatment counted 25 CZK / km.

Absolute privacy
We are aware that many clients can not bear strangers with so delicate matters such as visiting the dentist. Therefore, we offer "absolute privacy"! That means, for the larger and longer interventions we are able to shut for you the whole clinic and thus achieves the desired result. Not necessarily only for the individuals, but also for families, businesses, friends, etc.

To book your dental treatment with us the easiest thing you can do is to fill in a form (found on our web site) and you will receive an answer in no time detailing the steps you need to take so you can receive our professional dental care, including comfort service for a fantastic price, as soon as possible.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Here are some descriptions of dental treatments we offer:

Dental Implants and implantology

The introduction of dental implants is a relatively new concept in the replacement of missing teeth. These structures are basically designed on the model of screws used by orthopaedic surgeons for joining broken bones.

Put very simply, a dental implant is a small titanium screw which serves as a replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth. They are available in various sizes (both width and height) for different clinical situations.

Dental implants are an excellent option for replacing one or more missing teeth. You can view this as permanently replacing your natural roots with titanium roots. Implants can serve well for both purposes - as a single tooth (regular implants) and as support for dentures (mini-implants).

Benefits of implants:
When teeth are missing, the surrounding bone shrinks. Implants stimulate the bone to be maintained, helping to keep the shape and structure of the jaw stable.

Dental implants are an alternative to conventional bridgework. They eliminate the need to modify healthy teeth and do not place additional loads on the teeth supporting the bridge.

Implant-supported teeth are more comfortable than conventional dentures because there is no slipping or movement; because the implants are fixed, they feel and function like natural teeth. This eliminates some of the key worries of denture wearers and improves self-confidence.

Assessment and Planning dental implants:

All the possible alternatives are considered and the feasibility of the implant treatment is assessed at the initial consultation.

Should you wish to proceed with the implant treatment, a full and detailed assessment is made, involving the taking of impressions, X-rays and, in some cases, CT scans.
This completes the diagnostic planning and the treatment details, including the sequence of the treatment, the costs and the possible complications, are discussed with the patient.

Implant placement:

This is generally a simple procedure which is performed under sterile conditions in a dental surgery using local anaesthesia.

If required, bone saved from the drilling procedure and some artificial bone may be used to augment the contour of the ridge and gum around the implant.

Healing process:
The implant is left to integrate with the jaw bone for a period of 2 to 6 months.

The sutures are typically removed seven to fourteen days after surgery.
The patient’s own dentures or, in some cases, a simple adhesive bridge can be worn during the healing phase.


Dental crowns and bridges

Put simply, a dental crown is a tooth cap placed over the tooth to restore its shape, size and strength.

A bridge is a combination of crowns.

A dental crown may be recommended to:

protect a weak tooth (for instance, from decay) against breaking, especially after an RCT

restore an already broken tooth or a tooth which has been severely worn down

cover and support a tooth with a large filling when there is not much of the tooth left

hold a dental bridge in place

cover misshaped or severely discoloured teeth

be placed over a dental implant

Dental bridges are designed to replace missing teeth by “bridging” the gap between two remaining teeth.

This involves the creation of a pontic or false teeth with a dental crown on either side. The crowns are fitted over the remaining teeth to hold the false tooth in place.

A fixed bridge helps to:
•      replace a missing tooth/teeth
•      balance normal biting
•      prevent undesirable stress on the dental ridge
•      prevent over-eruption of the opposing teeth
•      prevent drift and tilt of the adjacent teeth
•      prevent tooth decay in the adjacent drifted teeth
•      retard the onset of gum diseases

To design a bridge, the dentist must reshape the teeth to make room for the crowns. Next, the dentist makes a mould of the teeth. This mould is then sent off to a laboratory, where the actual crowns and bridges are made.
These crowns and bridges require a little extra care in terms of oral hygiene. With such care, bridges can last up to several years. However, improper or infrequent brushing and flossing, irregular dental visits and excessive sugar and starch intake can all cause untimely damage to the bridges.

Metal-ceramic crowns:

Metal-porcelain - These combine the strength of the metal along with the aesthetics of the porcelain. They are probably the most used crowns nowadays and they are really tough.
There are different types of porcelain fused to the metal dental crowns:
There is a choice of metals
1. Precious alloy (89-92% gold alloy, yellow-gold colour)
2. Semi-precious alloy (54-62% gold alloy, “white gold”)
3. Non-precious (metal alloys, stainless steel colour)

All-ceramic Crowns and Bridges
(Metal-free ceramic crowns)

These are the best-looking crowns and probably the best value for money as far as aesthetics are concerned. Contrary to what might appear, these materials are extremely strong and fracture-tough. The material can easily sustain the masticatory forces, providing durable crowns and bridges with beautiful aesthetic results. They can be conveniently and reliably used in any part of the mouth. These are also the preferred material of choice in patients with metal allergies. Metal-free restorations are produced with the latest CAD/CAM technology ensuring fitting precision. Some well-known metal-free systems used are:

No PFM ‘grey lines’ With metal ceramic, soft tissue around the tooth can recede over time, revealing the metal underneath as ugly grey lines. This simply cannot happen with Procera® because they are metal-free.

All-ceramic solutions are completely tissue-friendly. The crown, bridge or veneer (laminate) integrates beautifully with its surroundings, encouraging the gum to grow back up to the tooth, as it would naturally. And, because they are bio-compatible, there are no allergic reactions and there is no sensitivity to temperature or impact on taste.

Perfect fit
These solutions are precision-engineered in state-of-the-art production facilities. They fit so well you will forget they are there.

Perfect match
These use a unique system to subtly match your real tooth’s colour and translucency so that they are almost impossible to tell apart from real teeth.



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