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Treating Lyme Disease Through Biological Dentistry

The link between Lyme Disease and your oral health

There is a strong connection between Lyme Disease and dental problems. Why?

Lyme-related microorganisms can reside inside the root canal or in decayed teeth and dental toxicity due to certain metals in the oral cavity, can also enhance problems related to Lyme disease.

Toxicity from metals in the mouth may also contribute to Lyme Disease symptoms.

Additionally, it is noted that Lyme disease is fed by the specific bacteria that exist in root canals and in the area where teeth have been removed.


What do they say


We highly care about your health AND your safety!
This is the exact reason that we use the following: 


1. Orotox testing

At Yiannikos Centre of Holistic Dentistry we offer Orotox testing for our patients, in order to evaluate whether pathogenic bacteria are present inside the root canals of dead or endodontically-treated teeth (especially if no laser is to be performed for root canal sterilization during a root canal treatment).

These bacteria release toxins which are harmful for the body. With Orotox testing, we can detect these toxic bacteria and determine whether we should extract an endodontically treated tooth or not.

2. Biocompatible restorations and amalgam filling removal

This is the reason why we use the SMART protocol to remove any silver fillings that you might have.

It ensures the safest process from the beginning to the end, for you – OUR patient.

Our Centre uses exclusively absolutely biocompatible materials, with no cytotoxic substances that are responsible for allergies and damages to the human body, for fillings and for the teeth’s restoration after amalgam fillings’ removal.


Why to choose us?

That is exactly why, we, at Yiannikos Centre of Holistic Dentistry choose biocompatible metal-free restorations and / or protocols that will remove any metals in the oral cavity with absolute safety.

Please note this: Dr Anna Maria Yiannikos is the first dentist in Cyprus to have been certified with the SMART protocol, by the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

  • What is smile regeneration treatment?
    Smile regeneration is a comprehensive cosmetic dentistry treatment designed to enhance and restore your smile. It may include procedures like teeth whitening, dental implants, veneers, crowns, and more based on individual needs.
  • Who is an ideal candidate for smile regeneration?
    The treatment is ideal for discolored, missing, damaged, or misshapen teeth. If you want to improve the health and appearance of your teeth and smile, you could be a candidate for smile regeneration.
  • Is the smile regeneration treatment painful?
    We take every precaution to minimize discomfort during treatment. Most procedures involved in smile regeneration are pain-free, but we provide appropriate anesthetics when necessary.
  • How long does the Smile Regeneration treatment take?
    The length of treatment varies greatly depending on the procedures involved and the individual's oral health.
  • What are the risks involved in smile regeneration treatment?
    Like any dental procedure, risks can include sensitivity or the need for further treatment. However, our experienced team takes all necessary precautions to minimize these risks.
  • How much does smile regeneration treatment cost?
    The cost of smile regeneration treatment depends on the complexity of the case and the procedures involved. We offer an individualized consultation where we can provide a personalized quote.
  • Does insurance cover the smile regeneration treatment?
    Smile regeneration is often considered a cosmetic treatment; most insurance companies do not cover cosmetic procedures. However, some aspects of the treatment may be covered. It's best to check with your insurance provider.
  • How long do the results of the smile regeneration treatment last?
    With proper oral care and regular dental visits, your smile regeneration treatment results can last a lifetime.
  • What post-treatment care is necessary for smile regeneration?
    You should maintain good oral hygiene practices, including brushing, flossing, and regular dental check-ups. We will provide personalized care instructions based on the procedures you've undergone.
  • What if I have dental anxiety and want to do smile regeneration?
    Our experienced team can assist you in managing dental anxiety.
Accreditations and Awards

Health and Safety: ISO 9001 & 18001

Laser : AALZ Laser Safety

Golden Award: Clinical Research for Dental Lasers

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