General Dentistry


Welcome to Kontopanos Dental Care practices, enjoy high quality services for the whole family!

Oral hygiene tips

  • Adopt a healthy diet
  • Constrain sugar in your meals
  • Brush your teeth 2-3 times per day
  • Do not smoke
  • Replace your toothbrush every 2-3 months
  • Visit your dentist every 6 months for check & prophylaxis


Treatment of periodontal disease-/gum disease

Gingivitis is the disease that affects the gums around the base of your teeth that causes irritation, redness and swelling (inflammation). It is important prevent the initial symptoms because many times gingivitis can become periodontitis, a more severe gum disease which may lead to tooth loss.

Moreover, an uncured periodontitis may lead to:

  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Diabetes
  • Strokes
  • Osteoporosis

What is the treatment?

However, there is no need to panic! The treatment can be either conservative with the application of ultrasound, hand tools and root scraping, or by surgical placement of a bone graft.

Gingivoplasty is a surgical removal or addition of gingival tissue and applies to cases with severe periodontitis/gum disease, and when all other conservative therapeutic methods do not work.

Gingivoplasty with LASER

In our dental practices we apply last generation LASER equipment, optimizing your treatment.

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For further information/question you may have, call us or fill in the contact form below. Schedule your visit today!

Pediatric Dentistry

In Kontopanos Dental Care we inform and train both parents & children appropriately with oral hygiene techniques and instructions to avoid gingivitis and tooth decay in early and permanent teeth.

The first visit should be scheduled when the early teeth arise. It is essential for parents to understand the importance of first’s teeth because not only they help children to chew & speak properly but they maintain the necessary space that the permanent teeth will need to raise.


Sealants are a thin layer of composite resin material which we use to seal the tooth. The first permanent teeth are expected at the age of 6. These are the teeth that the child changes no more. Since children are not careful & consistent with their oral hygiene, dentists should find ways to protect them and help the parents to prevent future damage in their kids’ teeth. Therefore painlessly, quickly and of course without using the dental drill we assure a healthy oral cavity.

Fluoride therapy

In cases when we believe there is a tendency for the child to develop cavities, we apply local fluoride, so as to enhance the enamel of the teeth, and achieve teeth re-calcification without having to intervene with the dental drill and make a tooth filling.

Oral hygiene piece of advice

We give oral hygiene piece of advice to our little patients so they would learn how to brush their teeth properly in order to prevent tooth decay and gingivitis.


Little patients.....Bright smiles!!!

Pregnancy and oral health

During this wonderful and unique period, a woman experiences many physical and psychological changes happens. Though, future mothers focus more on the health of their unborned child they often neglect their oral health.

During pregnancy many different hormones are developed which are important for the overall growth of the child. These hormonal disorders, along with the increased consumption of sweets and snacks, may lead an existing minor dental problem to become a major one.

Pregnancy gingivitis is a common gum disease due to these hormonal changes. The increased level of progesterone may cause bacteria to grow and create inflammation in the oral cavity, during the 1st semester of the pregnancy.

Teeth brushing on a regular basis, use of dental floss and proper eating habits are very important both for the development of the fetus and the mother.


If you are or intend to become pregnant do not hesitate to call us or fill out the contact form. We will be glad to give you information plus advice in order you to enjoy this beautiful period of your life!

Athletic dentistry-Sports and oral health

Nowadays more and more people are attracted to sports they have become essential part of our everyday life.

Children and adults of different ages engage in some sports activity and although sports activities are pleasant and beneficial to our body, unfortunately they may pose a risk of injuries.

Athletic Mouth Guards

Dynamic sports which need a physical contact between the players like basketball, football, karate, mixed martial arts, volleyball may cause face and teeth injuries. Mouth guards are the most appropriate method for preventing future facial damage. A mouth guard is a protective device for the mouth that covers the teeth and gums to prevent and reduce injury to the teeth, arches, lips and gums.

There are 3 types:

Prefabricated mouth guards

Prefabricated plastic mouth guards available commercially as a cheap solution, and

Partially adaptable mouth guards

partially adaptable mouth guards made of thermoplastic material where the athlete is required to heat the guard and place into the mouth.
Unfortunately, these kinds of guards cannot provide complete protection as it is not custom made to apply perfectly to the teeth of each athlete.

Custom made mouth guards

Custom made dental mouth guards are made from our dental lab using specialized polymer materials and have the following advantages:
  • are adjust ideally to every mouth since it is designed custom made
  • are protect teeth and gums
  • are last longer over time
  • are facilitate eating and drinking
  • are allow talking

In our practices you only need 2 sessions to make an athletic mouth guard custom made for maximum tooth protection from injuries during your sporting activity.

1st step

First session

The dentist will take the patient's medical history, make oral control, and a custom made mold completely unique to the shape of your mouth.
2nd step

Second session

Testing and mouth guard delivery along with usage directions by the dentist.


Simple & easy!


For further information/question you may have, call us or fill in the contact form below. Schedule your visit today!

Davaki 49 str., Kallithea

Athens, 1st floor

Athanasiou Diakou 7 str., Kamena Vourla

Fthiotis, 1st floor


210.957.3232 | 2235.301342