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We provide all kind of services of General Dentistry , Cosmetic Dentistry and Orthodontics. Our Mission is to provide our patients with the highest quality comprehensive dental care in an inviting and patient-focused environment, while ensuring our patients are fully educated about their dental health and treatment options.Exemplary patient care, outstanding aesthetic results, compassion and integrity are the cornerstones of our dental practice. Incorporating the latest technology, our state-of-the-art practice specializes in preventive, cosmetic, restorative and implant dentistry.Whether your dental needs include a complete exam and cleaning, a full-mouth restoration, or anything in between, we promise to provide you with exceptional and compassionate care every step of the way.
Established in 2013, Paphos Smile Art Studio Paphos Dental Clinic has become a reliable dental facility for patients in Paphos County. Recently, Dr.Stavros Kelogrigorishas over fourteen years of dental experience and applies his wealth of knowledge to every case.He is. A recognized member of the Pancyprian Dental Association the ITI ( International Team for Implantology) AND gIDE Dental Institute.Dr. Kelogrigoris received his postgraduate degree from the Nationnal Kapodistrian University of Athens in Greece in 2006 and a Master`s Diploma in Restorative Dentistry from the Univesity of Sheffield United Kingdim in 2010. Dr. Kelogrigoris strives to significantly improve their patients’ lives through dentistry. Beyond enhancing your appearance, a restored smile helps boost self-esteem and overall wellness. Dr. Kelogrigoris and staff treat each patient like family and believes that everyone deserves a smile they are proud to show off.> We provide all kind of services of General Dentistry , Cosmetic Dentistry and Orthodontics. Our Mission is to provide our patients with the highest quality comprehensive dental care in an inviting and patient-focused environment, while ensuring our patients are fully educated about their dental health and treatment options. Read More
Dr. Kelogrigoris has been in the field of Dentistry for over 13 years now and he is the Principal/Owner Dentist of Paphos Smile Art Sudio Paphos Dental Clinic From January 2013.
Dr Stavros Kelogrigoris was graduated from the Dental School of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2006. After one year internship as a volunteer dentist at the Dental Department of the General Hospital of Paphos in 2007 he went to United Kingdom where he started working as an Associate Dentist to several mixed(NHS+PRIVATE) and private dental practices in different places in the United Kingdom where he worked for 5 years.
In the United Kingdom he observed numerous dental seminars and he was accepted from the University of Sheffield for the MSCience Program in Restorative Dentistry which he attended from September 2008 till September 2010.
In November 2011 Dr Kelogrigoris attended a foundation course on Dermal Fillers and Botox that was organized by the COSMETOLOGY cosmetic training company UK where he was certified to place Dermal Fillers and Botox. After his graduation from the program he continued to work in the United Kingdom for another two years before he was accepted in August 2012 from the University of Aarhus In Denmark for the Three month short term program in Orthodontics where he attended till December 2012.
From January 2013 Dr Stavros Kelogrigoris opened his own dental Practice with the name Paphos Smile Art Studio Paphos Dental Clinic in Paphos City Centre at the Address: Orestia Court Vasileos Constantinou, 36 Flat 104, 8021, Paphos,Cyprus.
On February 2014 Dr Kelogrigoris commenced the Prestigious Nobel Biocare One on One Starter Implant Course where he gained the Prestigious Certificate from the Pioneer Company in the field of Dental Implants Nobel Biocare to place Dental Implants.
In addition on 22th of March 2014 he attended a practical course on Dental Implants in Havana City of Cuba where he fitted 30 implants patients covering all the aspects of Dental Implantology that was organized by the International Institute of Advanced Implantology and Esthetic Dentistry of the University of Havana in Cuba.
From April 2014 till December 2014. Dr Kelogrigoris attended a Master`s Course in Endodontics that was organized by the OMNIPRESS GR in Athens Greece.
He is Currently member of gIDE institute and ITI International Team for Implantology for continuing education in the field of Dentistry.
Generally Dr Kelogrigoris attended numerous seminars practical and theoretical gaining knowledge and experience in all aspects of Dentistry and he is keen on continuing his education in the field of Dentistry for as long as he is working as a dentist so as to be able to provide his patient with the highest quality and contemporary treatment they need.
Oral hygiene is the practice of keeping the mouth clean and healthy by brushing and flossing your teeth to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.Good oral hygiene helps to prevent dental problems - mainly plaque and calculus which are the main causes of gum disease and caries (tooth decay). Good oral hygiene may also help to prevent or delay dental erosion. Dental plaque is a soft whitish deposit that forms on the surface of teeth. It forms when bacteria (germs) combine with food and saliva. Plaque contains many types of bacteria. You can remove plaque by good oral hygiene. Calculus, sometimes called tartar, is hardened calcified plaque. It sticks firmly to teeth. Generally, it can only be removed with special instruments by a dentist or dental hygienist.It is important to get into a regular habit of good oral hygiene. In particular, regular teeth brushing and cleaning between teeth. Teeth brushing. Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Use a soft-tufted brush and a toothpaste that contains fluoride. The head of the brush should be small enough to get into all the areas of the mouth. Spend at least two minutes brushing, covering all areas (the inside, outside, and biting areas of each tooth). Pay particular attention to where the teeth meet the gum. Get a new toothbrush every 3-4 months. Studies suggest that powered toothbrushes with a rotation-oscillation action (where the brush rapidly changes direction of rotation) remove plaque and debris better than manual brushes. Ideally, brush your teeth either just before eating, or at least an hour after eating. The reason for this is to help prevent tooth erosion. Many foods contain acids. In particular, fizzy drinks (including fizzy water) and fruit juices. After your teeth are exposed to acid, the enamel is a little softened. But, the action of calcium and other mineral salts in the saliva can help to counteract and reverse this softening. Therefore, do not brush teeth immediately after eating when the enamel tends to be at its softest. In particular, after eating or drinking acid foods and drinks. It is best to wait at least an hour after eating or drinking anything before brushing. Find Out More
In dentistry a veneer is a thin layer of dental restorative material, usually porcelain that replaces enamel..Porcelain laminate veneers are among the most esthetic means of creating a more pleasing and beautiful smile. The esthetic appeal, durability and biocompability of Porcelain Laminate Veneers have made them an established option for restoring anterior teeth for almost three decades.
They were first introduced and described by Dr Charles Pincus in Hollywood in 1938 to enhance actors appearances for movie close-ups. He attached thin veneers temporarily using denture adhesive powder. The discoveries of the acid-etch technique, composite luting resin and silane-coupling agents have contributed to the success of porcelain veneers.Porcelain Laminate Veneers are mainly used to optimize tooth form and position,, close diastemata, replace discolored or unesthetic composite resin restorations, restore teeth with incisal abrasions or tooth erosion and mask or reduce tooth discoloration.
They are a valid alternative to complete-coverage crowns since they avoid aggressive dental preparation, thus maintaining tooth structure.
A crown is a tooth-shaped cover placed over a tooth that is badly damaged or decayed. Many people call it a cap. Crowns may be placed for several reasons. Usually the tooth has been broken or severely damaged by decay. As a result, a filling can't replace enough of the tooth or make the tooth strong enough. A crown may hold together parts of a cracked tooth. It also can be used to hold a bridge in place. Crowns can be used to improve appearance as well. They may be placed to cover misshapen or badly discolored teeth./
Crowns can be made ahead of time (prefabricated) or made to order in a laboratory. Prefabricated crowns are made of plastic or stainless steel. They can be used on a temporary basis until a permanent crown is made. Crowns can be all metal, porcelain fused to metal (PFM), or all ceramic. Metals include gold alloy, other alloys (palladium) or a base-metal alloy (nickel or chromium). The all-metal or PFM crowns are stronger and are better choices for back teeth than ceramic crowns. PFM and all-ceramic crowns are the same color as your natural teeth. They look just like normal teeth.
Teeth whitening is becoming more and more popular all the time as consumers realize that they dont have to live with discolored teeth. In fact, many of the people that are enjoying the benefits of teeth whitening dont have discolored teeth; they just want them to be even brighter. In our society, white teeth are attractive and thought to be the healthiest. We all look at the beautiful people on television and in magazines and they all have these sparkling styles. With all of the techniques that are on the market today, celebrities are not the only ones who can enjoy a bright smile.
Teeth whitening has become a common procedure for general and cosmetic dentists. Dentists offer this procedure because they want their patients to feel good about themselves when they talk and smile, no matter where they are. Many consumers report a boost in self confidence after they undergo a tooth whitening procedure.
The purpose of tooth whitening is to whiten the teeth. As we age our teeth usually become less and less white because of changes in the mineral structure of the tooth. The changes usually cause a hardening of the enamel on the tooth and many people dont like the way their teeth look as they age. Yellowing can also be caused by bacterial problems, food, and tobacco and tooth whitening works to combat these issues so you can continue to have a white, bright smile even as you age! In general, people associate beautiful teeth with youth, so in many instances people are trying to look and feel younger when they undergo a tooth whitening procedure. In some people it is just not a matter of looking younger; it is a boost in self-esteem. If you are afraid to smile because you do not like the way your teeth look it can be really liberating to undergo one of these procedures and have more confidence in the way you look.Find Out More
The STb Social 6 Lingual system is regarded as one of the best solutions for people who have mild or moderate orthodontic problems. This treatment is ideal for people who want to improve the aesthetic of their smile without the worry of wearing highly visible braces. Lingual braces are different to traditional orthodontic treatments because the braces are fixed to the back of the teeth, meaning that they are invisible to other people.
STb Social 6 Lingual braces are not suitable for everyone. They are recommended for people with mild or moderate orthodontic problems, and are most commonly used to treat overcrowding of the front teeth or gaps between the front teeth. If you have more severe problems or issues relating to the teeth at the back of the mouth, another treatment may be recommended by the team at Paphos Smile Art Studio Paphos Dental Clinic.
The major advantage of STb Social 6 Lingual braces is that they are practically invisible to other people. This means that you can get the smile you want without anyone realising that you are even wearing braces. The treatment time is also very short compared to several other orthodontic treatments. In most cases, treatment is complete within 16 weeks. The STb Social 6 system provides a perfect solution for people who need minor adjustment to their teeth. The quick treatment time makes it possible for people to get the smile of their dreams in time for a special occasion, such as a wedding. Many people may assume that wearing lingual braces is painful because of the proximity of the tongue to the braces. However, the STb system uses high-tech self-ligating technology to prevent uncomfortable friction.Find Out More
Root canal treatment (endodontics) is a dental procedure used to treat infection at the centre of a tooth. Root canal treatment is not painful and can save a tooth that might otherwise have to be removed completely. Root canal treatment is not painful and can save a tooth that might otherwise have to be removed completely.This procedure removes dental pulp when it has become dead or infected. Dental pulp is the soft core of the tooth. It contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. The pulp extends from the top of the tooth, called the crown, all the way down to the roots, in branches called canals.
When dental pulp becomes infected or dies, a painful abscess within the jawbone will occur. Removing dead or diseased dental pulp will prevent infection from spreading to other areas of the mouth and destroying bone around the tooth. If a root canal is not done, the tooth will need to be removed. Common signs of pulp problems include: • Pain when biting down on a tooth. • Pain when the tooth is not being used. •Sensitivity to hot or cold food or beverages •Tooth discoloration •Swollen gums around the infected tooth •A draining boil-like structure (called a fistula) on the gum adjacent to the tooth Find Out More
Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects teeth and jaws that are positioned improperly. Crooked teeth and teeth that do not fit together correctly are harder to keep clean, are at risk of being lost early due to tooth decay and periodontal disease, and cause extra stress on the chewing muscles that can lead to headaches, TMJ syndrome and neck, shoulder and back pain. Teeth that are crooked or not in the right place can also detract from one's appearance.
The benefits of orthodontic treatment include a healthier mouth, a more pleasing appearance, and teeth that are more likely to last a lifetime. Only your dentist or orthodontist can determine whether you can benefit from orthodontics. Based on diagnostic tools that include a full medical and dental health history, a clinical exam, plaster models of your teeth, and special X-rays and photographs, an orthodontist or dentist can decide whether orthodontics are recommended, and develop a treatment plan that's right for you.
The benefits of orthodontic treatment can include the following: • Removal of dental crowding (or sometimes closing gaps) •Alignment of the upper and lower dental arches • Correction of the bite of the teeth so that the front teeth meet on closing and the back teeth mesh together • Reducing the likelihood of damage to prominent teeth •Enhancing facial aesthetics • Accommodating impacted, unerupted or displaced teeth • Preparation for advanced dental treatment, such as crowns, bridges or dental implants •Reversing the drifting of the teeth in older patients who have suffered from advanced gum disease.
Dental Implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Almost all dental implants in use today are made from titanium or titanium alloy, materials that have been shown over many years to be well tolerated by bone.
A Dental Implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Almost all dental implants in use today are made from titanium or titanium alloy, materials that have been shown over many years to be well tolerated by bone.
Dental Implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Almost all dental implants in use today are made from titanium or titanium alloy, materials that have been shown over many years to be well tolerated by bone. The terms 'osseointegrated implants' or 'endosseous implants' are widely used to describe dental implants that can develop and maintain a close union with bone in order to support replacement teeth. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.There are many different implant systems available and when competently used they can all deliver a highly reliable form of treatment. Read More
A Smile Makeover involves one or more cosmetic, dental or facial rejuvenation procedures to improve the aesthetics of your smile.Whatever the reasons for your dissatisfaction with your smile, there are many different ways in which you can improve your smile using modern cosmetic dentistry: Crooked teeth can be straightened with Clear Aligners or Conventional Orthodontics. They can also be covered with Porcelain Veneers for a faster solution, often referred to as instant orthodontics.Read More
Botulinum toxin is a bacterial product that blocks the release of acetylcholine, the substance responsible for transmitting electrical impulses that elicit muscle contraction. In medicine, botulinum toxin is injected directly into hyperactive muscles. It has been safely and effectively used for treatment of strabismus (cross-eye) and blepharospasm (lid spasm) since the early eighties.
Hyaluronic Acid is a natural protein present in the skin, where it plays an important structural role. They offer a safe, quick and effective way of smoothing out wrinkles and folds. Hyaluronic Acid can also be used to enhance lips and shaping facial contours. It was developed as a cosmetic treatment to improve facial features. When it’s injected into the skin it is naturally integrated into the tissue, adding volume. It can therefore be used to smooth out facial folds and wrinkles as well as to enhance lips, for example, producing a fuller or more pouting lip.Read More
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The full-arch implant rehabilitation (FAIR) protocol is one of the newest implant therapy innovations to treat the edentulous or nearly edentulous patient. The FAIR prosthesis is immediate, fixed, esthetically pleasing, highly functional, inexpensive, and maintainable, and it can frequently be installed without bone grafting.
The system can be used in both arches and in patients with total or near-total edentulism. This treatment has been performed successfully in recent years and constitutes a high-value clinical reality.
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) and muscle disorders (TMJ disorders) are problems or symptoms of the chewing muscles and joints that connect your lower jaw to your skull.
There are two matching temporomandibular joints -- one on each side of your head, located just in front of your ears.
For many people with temporomandibular joint disorders, the cause is unknown. Some causes given for this condition are not well proven.
Many people end up having "trigger points" -- contracted muscles in your jaw, head, and neck. Trigger points can refer pain to other areas, causing a headache, earache, or toothache.
Other possible causes of TMJ-related symptoms include arthritis, fractures, dislocations, and structural problems present since birth
Even if you take excellent care of your teeth and gums at home, you still need to see a dentist regularly. Your dentist can check for problems that you may not see or feel. Many dental problems don't become visible or cause pain until they are in more advanced stages. Examples include cavities, gum disease and oral cancer. Regular visits allow your dentist to find early signs of disease. Problems can be treated at a manageable stage.
Patients with orthodontic problems can benefit from treatment at nearly any age. An ideal time for placement of braces is between 10 and 14 years of age, while the head and mouth are still growing and teeth are more conducive to straightening. However, because any adjustments in facial appearance can be traumatic to a child during these sensitive years, parents should discuss the matter with their children before braces are applied. And braces aren't just for kids. More and more adults are also wearing braces to correct minor problems and to improve their smiles.
Guided dental implant surgery is when the dentist utilizes advanced machinery and imaging technology to “guide” or aid them to manufacture and place dental implants more efficiently, precisely and accurately.Computer guided implant surgery is significantly quicker, oftentimes resulting in the patient getting his or her new teeth on a single dental office visit.
This new and improved dental implant surgery allows the dentist to have a more complete picture of the patient’s mouth and accurately produce the most appropriate dental implants. These steps that use to require many dental office visits can now be performed on the same day, concluding with the surgery.
In one day, a patient can have new teeth and a renewed smile.
Dental erosion is the irreversible loss of the toothstructure caused by acids not of bacterial origin.Enamel is the hard, protective coating of the tooth,which covers the sensitive dentine underneath.When the enamel is worn away, the dentine underneath is exposed, which may lead to pain and sensitivity.
Paphos Smile Art Studio Paphos Dental Clinic
36 Vasileos Constantinou, Flat 104 1st floor
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