Dr Papakosta's infirmary is located on the third floor at 4 Averof Street in the centre of Kavala. Fully renovated, it provides an aesthetically pleasing and functional space in which we deliver the highest professional care.

A matter of fundamental importance is the achievement of absolute hygiene in all aspects of patient care and this is fulfilled by the use of the most up-to-date procedures of sterilization and disinfection of both the surgical instruments and equipment, as well as the entire clinic area.

The clinic is equipped with up-to-date, and technologically-advanced dental equipment as well as precise surgical instruments. We are committed to the exclusive use of dental materials and clinical procedures of proven quality.

The radiographic diagnostic imaging is provided through advanced digital technology, in order to obtain radiographs of superior quality, in combination with a significant reduction of the radiation dose.

Surgical procedures are performed under conditions of extreme sterilization; furthermore, appropriate specialized surgical motor, equipment and instruments are utilized, always involving nurse assistance to the principal surgeon.

Our philosophy and our foremost professional aim is clinical excellence and we aim to provide the best possible holistic care to each patient, driven by the best possible long-term prognosis and based on the empathy, understanding and ethos that the Hippocratic Oath demands.

To ensure that we continue to offer high standard treatment, we commit to keeping ourselves informed about current literature by pursuing continuous professional development and education, as well as critically evaluating the treatment results.

Continuing professional development that meets the educational criteria required for verifiable CPD under the General Dental Council Lifelong Learning scheme in the UK, is accomplished by participating in numerous activities as well as seminars, congresses and courses held in Greece and abroad.

Your first visit to our clinic consists of:

  • Taking a full medical and dental history of the patient.
  • Clinical extraoral examination (face and neck).
  • Clinical intraoral examination (soft tissues and teeth).
  • Clinical examination of the occlusion and the temporomandibular joints.
  • Imaging as appropriate (periapical, occlusal, bitewing, panoramic radiography, computed tomography CT, magnetic resonance imaging MRI).
  • Evaluation, assessment, consultation and individual treatment plan.
  • Consultation of alternative treatment plans.
  • Consultation of the treatment cost.
  • Pain relief urgent treatment (if necessary).