Respiro Dent dentistry
Respiro Dental îți oferă posibilitatea unui zâmbet larg ce transmite dinamism, entuziasm, seducție și vitalitate.
 Metode de expertiză și tehnologie dentară de ultimă generație sunt folosite pentru ca dumneavoastră să aveți parte de cele mai înalte standarde existente.
 Personal experimentat, clinică modernă, investiție permanentă în tehnologia de ultimă oră, lucrări dentare din ceramică integrală sau cu suport de zirconium realizate de tehnicieni cu experiență mare şi formare profesională în Germania au ca rezultat pozitionarea foarte buna a clinicii pe segmentul de profil.  http://respirodental.ro/index.php/respiro/cazuri/

Implanturile folosite în clinică sunt recunoscute internațional şi împreună cu tehnicile de diagnostic computerizatiCATşiSimplant, rezultatele devin predictibile iar succesul este garantat.
Britsmile și Zoom, cele mai moderne la ora actuală, creează un zâmbet alb și fermecător în numai o oră și sunt exemplele optime ale stadiului tehnologic în cosmetica dentară cu rezultate excelente de-a lungul anilor.

Zona ultracentrală a orașului, Universitate - Piața Rosetti. Accesul se face ușor atât de la metrou cât și de la celelalte mijloace de transport în comun. Pentru un drum cu mașina personală locurile de parcare s-ar putea să fie o problemă pe stradă, dar, la doar 5 minute de cabinet este parcarea subterană de la Intercontinental. 

“ Un zâmbet este o modalitate necostisitoare de a-ți schimba înfățișarea și totodată este fericirea care se află sub nasul tău!”

Vă așteptăm de Luni până Vineri între orele 10.00 - 20.00.

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