Neodenta clinic announced as new BC Wolves club partner
Neodenta clinic announced as new BC Wolves club partner

The BC Wolves have recently announced a partnership with Neodenta, an implantology and aesthetic dentistry clinic with more than 20 years of experience.

"It is always important to have reliable and experienced partners. We are glad that one of the leaders in the dental field believed in our vision and decided to contribute to its implementation. This is a modern, innovative, and growing company, and we aspire to be a successful club, so we quickly found a common language and decided to achieve our goals together," said Ovidijus Jurevičius, BC Wolves head of marketing and communication.

Neodenta offers various oral health services - from therapeutic dentistry, endodontics, pediatric dentistry to dental implants, prosthetics, aesthetic fillings and surgical dentistry. The clinic features a modern laboratory of dental technology and ensures that the entire treatment process is managed by Neodenta's specialists from beginning to end.

Neodenta uses cutting-edge dental technology and is one of the few clinics in Lithuania that performs 3D computed tomography radiographs for its own and other dental clinics' patients.

"I am delighted to have joined this fast-growing and promising team. Although the team is new, its ambitions are lofty. After all, like wolves, persistent players go together toward a common goal. We want to support a modern and talented basketball club and find success together", said Eglė Kunčiuvienė, head of the implantology and aesthetic dentistry clinics of Neodenta.

Operating in Vilnius, Kaunas and Vilkaviškis, Neodenta has assembled a team of highly qualified professionals from various fields - implantologists, prosthetists, surgeons, periodontologists, orthodontists, and facial aesthetics specialists among others. Having no shortage of ambitions for further growth, the dental clinic is well-staffed with specialists who provide professional assistance in aesthetic, health, beauty and dental issues.