If you feel tooth sensitivity or you notice discoloration of the tooth surface, it is possible you have a cavity. The first stages of a cavity are asymptomatic, even though the damage of the tooth can be observed. In the meantime, the cavity is growing bigger. This is why we always emphasize the importance of preventative check-ups (every every six months).

Our dentists treat cavities by rebuilding the natural anatomy of the tooth. Aiming to preserve the many natural tooth tissues while maintaining the vitality, strength, and function of the tooth is our goal.

Our root canal treatments are performed according to the most modern standards and latest scientific research available. You can’t go wrong by choosing our dentist, Laura Petniūnienė, who performs endodontic treatments and retreatments.

The dentist always participates annually in endodontic courses and confrences offered and organised by the Lithuanian Society of Endodontology as well as the Society of Microscope Dentistry.

Dentist Algirdas Petniūnas will help you to choose the most suitable treatment plan according to your wants and needs. Your wishes and expectations will always be a top priority when deciding which actions to take going forward.

No matter what treatment method you select, we will try our best to achieve the optimum result.

Our doctors perform aesthetic tooth restorations using modern composites and magnifying optics. That is why it’s possible to change the shape and color of your teeth. Restoring lost tooth tissue or even creating a new smile is possible!

There are many reasons why a dental healthcare provider would recommend extracting one or more teeth. One of the more common reasons for extracting a tooth is the decay has gone beyond reasonable repair. In this case, an extraction is preformed to prevent infection and also make the patient more comfortable by removing the tooth that is causing pain.

Gum bleeding, rough tooth surfaces, bad breath, thats a sign to visit a dental hygienist. We meticulously perform plaque and tartar removal using modern methods and appliances. If your teeth are very sensitive, you can always choose local anesthesia to make the procedure as pleasant as possible. It is advisable for an adult to get his or her plaque and tartar removed  by a professional once every six months. In some cases even more often.

  • We want to encourage you to ask us all about oral care and dietary habits. We are excited about curious and motivated patients and we are ready to help.