Dental practice in 1220 Vienna

Dr. Barbara Bitriol

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Online scheduling

Book your next appointment easily online:

Contact

The best time to reach us is by phone from 8 am - 1 pm:

Location

Wagramer Straße 25/1/B-2
1st floor - barrier-free access
1220 Vienna

Mon 8.30 am – 1.30 pm, 2.30 – 5.30 pm
Tue 8.30 am – 2.00 pm
Wed 9.30 – 2.00 pm, 3.00 – 6.30 pm
Thu 8.30 am – 1.30 pm
Fri by arrangement

Our services

Prophylaxis

Prophylaxis

Patients who focus on regular prophylaxis subsequently need dental treatment less often. Thanks to regular check-ups, dental diseases can be detected and treated at an early stage.

Tooth preservation

Tooth preservation

As dentists, it goes without saying that we always strive to keep your teeth healthy for as long as possible. In addition to our professional treatment, we are also happy to consult you on your daily dental care.

Dental restorations

Dental restorations

Our modern dentistry offers excellent possibilities to maintain the function and natural beauty of your teeth, but also to restore them if necessary. We are happy to consult you on this.

Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry

Tooth defects may also raise aesthetic related concerns. We correct the colour, shape and position of your teeth, so that you can smile brightly again. We will gladly consult you on all our treatment concepts.

Info

About us

Healthy teeth, transparency, the latest medical treatment standards and your satisfaction. We place particular value on all of this at the dental practice of Dr. Barbara Bitriol.

Therefore, a friendly and experienced team of dental professionals is at your service. In constant dialogue with patients and according to the latest findings, we regularly develop optimal dental therapies for the needs of our patients.

With a great deal of empathy, we will respond to your wishes and needs and, together with you, we will develop a treatment plan according to the latest medical and dental standards. Thorough consultation and cost transparency are as well particularly important to us. See it for yourself and book your dental treatment with us today!

FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Night and weekend service of the Vienna Dental Association:

wr.zahnaerztekammer.at/notdienstsuche (only available in german)

You can obtain information about which dentists are on duty via the telephone tape service of the Vienna Dental Association:

+43 (0) 1 512 2078

If you remain calm and behave properly, your tooth has a good chance of survival. Make an appointment for a check-up immediately. The earlier, the better the chances of recovery.

In case of breakage:

If only part of the tooth is broken, take the broken pieces with you to the appointment.
If the whole tooth is mobile or even displaced, try not to move it or move it only a little and do not eat.
If the entire tooth has fallen out, find it and keep it moist. Preferably in a tooth rescue box, if you don't have one, place the tooth in shelf-stable milk or leave it in your mouth. Do not allow to dry out under any circumstances!

We will be happy to give you tips on how to prepare your child for a visit to the dentist at home. Our goal is to awaken childlike curiosity and a relaxed attitude towards the dentist in our young patients.

Avoid negative statements such as "You don't have to be afraid, it won't hurt." It is better to motivate your child in a positive way. The first visit is to familiarize your child with the new environment and to get to know each other. We will gently introduce your child to the unfamiliar situation.
Please do not scold your child before, during or after treatment. You can, of course, praise and encourage your child, but please stay in the background during the treatment and let us guide your child.
The first session - if there are no acute problems - will be a purely preventive one in which we have the opportunity to get to know each other. Initial trust can already be built and we will gain a first assessment of your child's ability to cooperate.
Bite onto the given swab for the next 20 minutes to stop the bleeding.
As long as the injection is effective, you should not drive. Your responsiveness may still be limited.
Do not eat until the anesthesia has completely worn off to avoid bite wounds to the numb tongue, lip or cheek. Eat only lukewarm, soft foods. Avoid crumbly foods (grains, poppy seeds, flax seeds etc.).
Keep the wound area cool. You can apply cool packs or cold compresses for a few hours.
Every wound needs rest to heal! Do not poke the wound with a toothpick or suck on it, even if there is food debris in the wound.
Avoid heat - No direct sun, no sauna, no solarium.
Avoid cigarettes, alcohol or strong coffee for the first 24 hours.
Do not clean the wound area on the day of the procedure, do not irrigate excessively. The following day you can thoroughly clean the teeth and gums.

Normal postoperative reactions:

Swelling and hematomas
Pain in the wound area
Restricted mouth opening
If the surgical wound is still bleeding lightly, bite down on a damp, clean handkerchief for 15-20 minutes and apply pressure to the wound. If it continues to bleed, repeat the treatment. If the bleeding cannot be stopped this way, contact us.

Postoperative reactions you should report to us:

Swelling with fever
Post-bleeding that cannot be stopped independently with pressure.
Pain does not decrease.
Purulent odor
You are insecure.

HOLIDAY

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we are from the 07.08. until 18.08.2023 on vacation.

Your requests will be sent after the vacation

processed and answered as quickly as possible.

Your Dr. Barbara Bitriol

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ)

Grinding splints

Grinding and pressing the teeth causes both discomfort of the temporomandibular joint and abrasion of the natural tooth material.
With the help of a splint, the temporomandibular joint is brought into an optimal position and further abrasion of tooth enamel is thus prevented.

Oral hygiene treatment

Even the most thorough dental cleaning at home often does not remove all plaque from the teeth and the spaces between them. Particularly persistent discolorations caused by the consumption of tea, coffee, red wine or tobacco often cannot be completely removed.

Caries and periodontitis are caused by plaque and its metabolic products. A set of teeth that is as free of plaque and tartar as possible is therefore the basis of oral health.

The course of our oral hygiene treatment is adapted to your individual needs:

Fissure sealing

The occlusal surfaces of molars are not smooth, but have furrows, pits and grooves. These valleys and pits are called fissures.

When chewing, food debris can be pressed into these deep fissures, which are difficult or impossible to remove with a standard toothbrush. 

In fissure sealing, the fissures are sealed with a thin liquid varnish that is hardened by light. Thus, the chewing surfaces can be cleaned more easily and better in the course of your daily oral hygiene.

Fissure sealing is strongly recommended for high caries risk and highly jagged fissures; it lasts for a long time and is a quick, painless and inexpensive form of prophylactic caries prevention. However, fissure sealing is a purely private service and is not covered by all health insurance companies.

Prophylactic fluoridation

In addition to a healthy diet and thorough oral hygiene, fluoridation also helps to protect against caries in several ways (caries prophylaxis).

Prophylactic fluoridation may be necessary for teeth in the breakthrough or for cleaning niches.
This involves spreading a liquid or gel containing sodium fluoride on the teeth. The procedure is therefore completely painless and especially suitable for children (6 years and older), as they usually have not yet practiced a thorough toothbrushing routine.

Children's oral hygiene

We show the children how to use their own toothbrushing utensils correctly.

We stain their dental plaque and show them the areas that should be better brushed.

Finally, we clean and polish the teeth with brushes, tooth paste and fluoridate.

Tooth brushing tips

When should you start brushing your child's teeth?

How often is it necessary?

Which cleaning tools are recommended for you and your child?

At what age is your child able to brush independently?

Which toothbrush is best suited for the needs of a child?