Dental Specialists Centre Rotterdam Blaak
General & specialist dentistry: periodontology; Implantology; Orthodontics; Endodontics, Cosmetic dentistry and Prosthodontics.
Groenendaal 229
3011 ZW Rotterdam
010 414 03 41
NL - ENG
010 414 03 41
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Welcome to Dental Specialist Centre Rotterdam Blaak (TSCB)

Our team specialise in general and cosmetic dentistry as well as specialist dentistry such as Periodontics, Implantology, Orthodontics, Endodontics and Gnathology.

In our practice we apply the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipments in order to offer our patients the highest level of quality dental treatment and to meet the expectations of our patients.

As the patients is in the centre, we strive to make your visit to the practice as pleasant as possible. If you are anxious about receiving  dental testament, then you have joined a dental clinic which is specialised in the treatment of anxious patients.

TSCB is characterised by friendly and approachable staff during six working days and two evenings per week while offering out-of-hours emergency appointments to alleviate dental pain for our emergency patients.

We have contract with most of the dental insurances and declare our treatment changes according to the KNMT namely a Dutch- fixed tariff system.

Our professional approach enhances patients’ vision and global dental IQ during the patient journey where dental health care education is offered. While delivering the highest quality care is our ethos, we make every effort to ensure the continuity of the dnetal care. We hope to welcome you in our practice.

“Passion for dentistry, compassion for patients”

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