Our Patients Journey Always Leads to a Smile


Choosing a new dentist is a complicated decision because we must trust him with our health.

At True Smile Works we are going to help you.

1.- When you arrive at your first visit we will make a check up for a first diagnosis.

2.- At reception you will fill in a health questionnaire and an informed consent.

3.- You will pass to the cabinets, comfortable and cozy where we will explain you with a clear and simple language the treatment you need.

4.- We explain to you with photographs, x-rays and models the treatment plan that you need and how the whole process is going to be developed.

5.- We work with the best materials.

6.- And as we know that the price also matters we offer you special conditions.

In True Smile Works we take care of the detail, come and visit us!!!!


We put at your service brand new clinics with state-of-the-art equipment, experienced dentists and staff and the guarantee of being part of a group with more than 20 years of experience on the dental field and clinics in 5 countries.


Frequently Asked Questions

If you haven’t faced problems with your teeth before, then normal checkups should be done annually.

If you underwent treatment regarding orthodontics, implants or any other dental surgery, then we recommend a quick check up every 6 months.

If you use dental retainers, you should visit every 6 months for a cleaning session, especially since tartar removal is necessary more often in these cases.

In Xxxx, we always have a quick check up before any cleaning process, as it may not be recommended in certain cases.

We always recommend going to a dental hygienist annually, except in the cases listed below:

1) If you wear dental retainers after having removed your braces, we recommend a visit every 6 months

2) If the doctor determines it is not a good time to have a dental cleaning session, because you have other problems to be addressed first. This is the reason we always need to do a quick check-up before visiting a dental hygienist.

In the case of a toddler or an infant, it’s natural to loose teeth, especially when no infection or rare occurrences are spotted. You should keep calm and make sure the Tooth Fairy takes it (and of course she should leave a gift behind!).

In the case of tooth loss in an adult or teenager (normally 6+ years old), you should urgently visit a dentist as we may need to treat the root canal, as well as study the different possibilities to fill the gap. Remember, teeth are always active and if there is a gap, the rest of the teeth will move to cover it, which in turn changes the way upper and lower teeth close on each other, and this can cause significant problems in the long term.

Implants are special screws that are made to be installed into the jaw bone in order to be able to place a fake tooth (we call it a “crown”).  Implant surgeries are generally simple, but should be performed by experts who can guarantee the treatment is correctly planned and implemented. It generally takes 2 to 6 months depending on the phases needed and your ability to heal.

An orthodontist is not only visited when you have a dental alignment issue and you use braces to get perfectly aligned teeth. In some cases, you would need an orthodontic treatment for medical purposes, such as when your teeth muscles are not healthy enough to bite and this affects your teeth and their mastication muscles. Moreover, a tooth that is not aligned can make it difficult to clean it well, which may cause inflammation in the gum and decay.

With the appearing of the first baby teeth the parents can bring their children to the dental clinic. The dentist will check the teeth and the general oral health of the baby, will clean the teeth and will apply some preventive medicine. He also will give advices to the parents about the best way to clean their baby teeth and the suitable food for growing teeth.

We would suggest choosing a dentist based on their experience and qualifications. However, we highly recommend a dentist who meets your preference (?) as it is also  necessary for you to feel comfortable. You can change as many dentists as you would like, but always keep in mind the importance of the dentist’s technical competencies. Two major factors when hiring/choosing a dentist are professionalism and empathy. 

A root canal is a procedure to remove the nerve from the root of the tooth in case it is inflamed or infected. The dentist will clean the root and disinfect it with special liquids and instruments, then he will close the root canal with a special filling to prevent any future infection. The root canal procedure is followed by placing a crown to protect the tooth from any future fracture,  as it can be weakened by this process.

An x-ray done every 6 months is not dangerous at all. However, pregnant women are advised to be protected with a special cover while conducting an x-ray. We are equipped to conduct minor x-rays to reduce radiation, but sometimes the dentist needs a major x-ray  of the entire mouth in order to understand  the general condition of your oral health

Parents should bring their child to the dentist by the time the first tooth appears or his/her first birthday, whichever comes first. Regular visits allow your child's dentist to detect early signs of dental disease and decay. The dentist can catch these early and treat the issue before it becomes a bigger problem.   

It is recommended by the American Dental Association to see your dentist every 6 months. During this visit, your dentist will assess your overall dental health, which will help detect any tooth decays (cavities) or signs of gum disease at an early stage. For instance, a cavity at an early stage may not necessarily hurt, but it doesn’t mean that it will not progress deeper into your tooth and eventually cause tooth sensitivity or pain.

  1. In order to make a proper diagnosis, your dentist may take one or more x-rays (radiographs). This will capture images of the interior of your teeth and gums and help to detect any cavities or underlying infections or gum disease that may not be seen with regular vision only.   Please note that these x-rays are often necessary for treatment – the exposed levels are quite safe as they require very low levels of radiation.

It is recommended to have a professional dental cleaning at least twice a year – your dentist at the dental check-up will assess your gum health and determine the frequency of cleanings that is right for you. If your gums are bleeding, this means that your gums are quite inflamed due to moderate plaque or calculus build-up. In this case, your dentist will do a thorough scaling and polishing of your teeth, along with the use of an antibacterial rinse to reduce the swelling and inflammation. Proper daily oral hygiene and regular dental visits are important in keeping your gums healthy. Chronic gum inflammation can eventually lead to spontaneous bleeding, receding gums, and in severe cases, tooth mobility or loss.

  1. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child’s first dental visit happens by age 1 or within six months after the first tooth erupts. During the first visit, the dentist will check your child’s teeth for decays, assess their bite, and look for any possible gum or jaw issues. It is important to clean your child’s baby teeth and to look for any possible dark spots or stains and get them checked. 

The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children have their first check-up with an orthodontist no later than age 7, when your child will have both their baby and permanent teeth. At this age, the orthodontist will evaluate if there is a potential bite problem, and discuss options to correct if needed.

  1. Your dentist may recommend that you have your wisdom teeth removed for multiple reasons. If your wisdom teeth are impacted or aren’t fully able to erupt, this can cause infection and pain, as well as potentially damage or crowd nearby teeth.  Teeth that erupt in an upright and functional [position often do not need to be removed. 
  1. If you’re missing one or more teeth, you know of their importance to your looks and dental health. Your teeth are designed to work together to help you chew, speak, and smile. Not replacing a missing tooth can have serious consequences. The loss of one tooth may cause neighbouring teeth to shift, the jaw bone to shrink, the gums to pull back, and can even make your cheeks hollow or saggy. The more teeth are missing, the more challenging it can become to replace them and the greater the effect on your lifestyle and nutrition.
  2. There are various options to replace one or missing teeth – the popular replacement methods are: implants, fixed bridges, or removable dentures. 
  1. There are multiple ways to get whiter teeth. The more common methods are:
    1. Professional teeth whitening – in-office or take-home kits
    2. Direct composite bonding
    3. Porcelain veneers

Always check with your dentist first to see which method is best for you.

  1. Straight teeth help you have a more attractive, confident smile. Orthodontic treatment can help improve the appearance of crowded or misaligned teeth, as well as help improve your oral health. The more common methods include:
    1. Metal or clear braces
    2. Ceramic braces
    3. Lingual braces
    4. Clear aligners (Invisalign)

When your teeth are misaligned, food and plaque trap more easily in between. They become harder to keep clean, which can eventually lead to gum disease and tooth decay.

  1. Bruxism, also known as teeth grinding or clenching, is considered a sleep disorder and is more likely caused by an abnormal bite. It can be caused by stress, anxiety, caffeine, as well as by certain medications such as anti-depressants. Teeth grinding is usually done unconsciously in your sleep, but it can also occur when you are awake. The best way to protect your teeth and prevent further tooth wear is to have a custom-made, specially-fitted occlusal appliance, such as an occlusal splint or night guard. Relaxation techniques and meditation can also help manage the stress and anxiety.
  1. If a tooth decay is left untreated, the cavity can progress deep into the tooth and infect the nerve. This can result in quite a painful condition requiring possibly a root canal treatment. During this procedure, the dentist will clean the root canals and disinfect them with antibacterial solutions and specialized instruments. The canals are then closed off with sterile fillings to prevent future re-infection. It is strongly advisable to have the root canal treated tooth protected by a crown, to prevent any future fracture or damage.