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Top specialists, modern techniques, long-lasting results.

Admirali Dental Care

Our experienced specialists will kindly welcome you at Admirali Dental Care. Our top priority is to ensure complete dental function by providing high-quality dental care with long-lasting and aesthetic results.

In order to offer you the best possible dental care, our specialists regularly attend workshops and training courses in various countries to hone their skills and keep up with recent developments and the newest techniques.

Admirali Dental Care

Our specialists

Dr. Peeter Jõers

Dr. Peeter Jõers

Implantology, reconstructive dental surgery and prosthetics
Dr. Jana Kaska

Dr. Jana Kaska

Dentist

Dr. Toomas Männaste

Dentist

Services

Implantology

Implantology

Prosthetics

Prosthetics

Parodontology

Parodontology

Root canal treatment

Root canal treatment

Dental surgery

Dental surgery

Preventive treatment

Preventive treatment

3D x-ray imaging

3D x-ray imaging

Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening

Aesthetic dental care> >

Aesthetic dental care

Fillings> >

Fillings

Diagnostics> >

Diagnostics

Dental first aid> >

Dental first aid

Price list

  • Visit fee starting
    15 min
    from 10 €
  • Consultation
    30 min
    50 €
  • Written treatment plan
    from 10 min
    al 25 €
  • Anesthesia
    5 – 30 min
    10 €
  • X-ray imaging
    10 min
    10 €
  • Panoramic x-ray imaging
    10 min
    18 €
  • 3D x-ray image
    10 min
    50€
  • Dental cleaning
    from 30 min
    from 60 €
  • Deep dental cleaning
    from 30 min
    from 100 €
  • Air-Flow (“pearl wash”) for all teeth
    30 min
    80 €
  • Dental fillings (depending on material and size)
    from 30 min
    from 40 €
  • Root canal treatment (depending on the number of canals and their condition, does not include fillings or crowns)
    from 30 min
    from 170 €
  • Filling a single root canal
    from 30 min
    45 €
  • Tooth extraction
    from 30 min
    from 38
  • Implants
    from 30 min
    from 580 €
  • Dental impressions, digital impressions
    from 15 min
    from 10 €
  • Dental crowns
    from 30 min
    from 300 €
  • Zirconia implant crown with an abutment
    from 30 min
    from 850
  • Sinus lift
    from 60 min
    from 170 €
  • Bone grafting
    1 g 200 €
  • Soft tissue augmentation
    from 30 min
    from 100 €
  • Bone transplantation
    from 60 min
    from 200 €
  • Membrane replacement
    from 200 €
  • Fiber pin
    from 30 min
    from 60 €
  • Cast pin
    from 30 min
    from 100 €
  • Full upper or lower jaw prosthesis
    from 60 min
    from 435 €
  • Partial removable plastic denture
    from 30 min
    from 300 €
  • Removable denture with metal frame
    from 60 min
    from 1000 €
  • Teeth whitening
    from 60 min
    from 120 €
  • Teeth whitening tray

Tips and best practices

Great oral health begins with your choices, lifestyle and efforts. You yourself can do the most when it comes to your oral health. You can also contribute a lot to helping us achieve the best treatment results.

From this page, you will find some useful tips and instructions for best practices if you really want to maintain great oral health. Also, to make your dental visits a lot more comfortable and simple.

Bad habits

The worst enemies of your teeth are bad oral hygiene and eating sugary foods too often. In addition:
Bad habits

The worst enemies of your teeth are bad oral hygiene and eating sugary foods too often. In addition:

Using force while brushing and flossing, grinding your teeth and other mechanical factors. Also, frequent consumption of acidic foods and beverages that can cause cracking of your teeth. You should not eat and drink hot and cold at the same time either.
Smoking damages your teeth as well and it makes healing after dental procedures, especially surgeries, significantly worse.

Taking care of your teeth after surgical procedures.

It is really important to follow post-surgical recommendations to prevent complications and to ensure the best possible healing process and results.
Taking care of your teeth after surgical procedures.

How to take care of your teeth after surgical procedures?

  • Do not touch the surgical wound with your finger or tongue.
  • Avoid spitting during the next day after your operation.
  • Also, avoid brushing your teeth and rinsing your on the day of your operation.
  • Do not smoke at least for 24 hours.
  • Avoid drinking coffee, strong tea, dairy products and alcohol for two days after your operation.
  • Also, avoid sauna procedures, hot baths and hot food in the first few days.
  • Prefer more liquid or easily chewable food.
  • Avoid heavy physical activities during the first 24 hours.
  • Do some jaw exercises to avoid excessive swelling – move your jaw in different directions.
  • In case you experience minor pain, use painkillers as your doctor has advised you.
  • In case of any complications, call your doctor immediately!

NB! Consult your doctor about using medicaments before and after implantation.

Tips for proper brushing

Brushing your teeth is an essential part of oral hygiene. Using the right technique to brush your teeth will improve your dental hygiene habits. As well, it helps to avoid potential harm and diseses. Read, how to brush your teeth correctly:
Tips for proper brushing

Electric brushes are the most efficient. If you use a regular toothbrush, pick a really soft one, with thick soft brushes and a relatively short head, about 30–35 millimetres long.  It helps you reach your teeth better. Replace your brush every 2–3 months.

The most important part of brushing is technique. No need to apply excessive pressure and do not use any force. Instead:

  • Brush every morning, before breakfast and in the evening, after eating, before you go to sleep. However, wait about 20–30 minutes after eating so you won’t damage enamel.
  • Hold your bursh like a pencil. No strenght required.
  • Start brushing the inner side of molars, move from one side of the mouth to the other, then switch to the cheek side of your teeth.
  • Keep the brushes against the edge of your gums at a 45 degree angle. This helps you clean periodontal pockets properly.
  • Move your brush right and left, up and down with short vibrating movements. Every move should be approximately the length of your tooth. This is called the Bass technique.
  • When brushing the backside of your front teeth, you can hold your brush in upper position.
  • Careful brushing should last at least 2 minutes. After brushing, spit the paste out and rinse your mouth with water.
  • Touch your teeth with your tongue to check if they are all smooth and clean.
  • Then brush your tongue.

Flossing

Only brushing is unfortunately not enough to take proper care of your teeth. Brush just does not reach between your teeth. So, you should floss as well.
Flossing

Always floss before eating and before you brush your teeth in the evening. It should be done before brushing, so toothpaste will can find its way between your teeth when you start brushing.
The best floss is wide and is usually called dental tape. It’s efficient and does not break as easily as floss. However, it should easily fit between your teeth.

Flossing technique 

  • Take a piece of floss, approximately 30–40 cm long and wrap it around your index fingers.
  • Put it between your teeth and move along the surface of one tooth into the cavity between your gum and tooth. Do the same with other tooth as well.
  • Do not pull floss between your teeth with force to avoid injuring your gums.

Healthy nutrition for healthy teeth

A well-balanced diet, eating regularly and a proper eating schedule are key to healthy teeth. Here you will find some tips and advice for healthy eating.
Healthy nutrition for healthy teeth

Maintain a balanced diet

It is very important that your diet includes necessary minerals and vitamins. Drink plenty of water, eat whole foods, fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, beans, peas, dairy products with 2,5%–4% fat content. Your diet should include foods high in calcium, such as dark green vegetables: spinach, broccoli, brussel sprouts, asparagus, green beans, avocado etc. A variety of dairy products like cheese and yoghurt are always good, also almonds. Besides caciums, phosphorus also helps to strengthen your teeth. It can be found in eggs, fish, meat and nuts. C-vitamin, however, is important for your gums. Get it from cauliflower, paprika, tomatoes, strawberries, raw sauerkraut etc. Keep it rich and nutritious!

Limit the amount of sugars and carbohydrates.

If you love sweets, then eat them rarely, not more than once a day. Do not divide them between meals – they will damage your teeth even more. Be sure to rinse your mouth with water after eating sugars and floss as well. Also, keep your meals three hours apart.

Drink plenty of water.

Bacterial mass can gather quickly and cause caries if your mouth is dry. Drink water to keep your body hydrated and your mouth moderately wet, certainly not dry. Water helps to keep your teeth and mouth clean. Besides, it makes you feel fresh and energetic. Drink up!

How to prepare for your dental visit?

The best results can only be achieved when dentist and patient work together as a team. The following tips help you prepare for a more efficient dental visit:
How to prepare for your dental visit?

1) Practice breathing properly

If you breathe properly, you will help your dentist a lot and prevent possible pain and discomfort as well. Breathe calmly through your nose and your jaw and body are a lot more relaxed. It also helps you prevent caughing and choking. So, remember – breathe calmly through your nose!

2) Eat before you visit your dentist

It is usually advised to brush your teeth before paying your dentist a visit. Well, it’s not that important – we can rinse your mouth pretty easily. However, if your stomach is moderately full, it prevents you from salivating that much. It is because when you open your mouth, your gastrointestinal tract automatically starts working because it’s expecting food to arrive. When you’ve already, eaten this effect is reduced a lot. Less saliva, on the other hand, makes it easier for the dentist to work.

3) Arrive on time or give us a call when you will be late

This one is of utmost importance. It is true that some patients take a bit longer to treat, so, there’s probably already a bit of a deviation in the schedule. If someone is late, it can lead to quite a chaos in the schedule and the quality of work might suffer. However, we really want to provide you a service of the highest quality!