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HYGIEIA

The Greek goddess of health - transforming daily habits into sacred acts.

In ancient Greece, Hygieia stood as a symbol of wellness and balance. As the daughter of Asclepius, she taught the wisdom of prevention and the power of maintaining health. Today, her legacy endures in our rituals of self-care and wellness, transforming daily habits into sacred acts.



Captured as a tribute in modern Athens and featuring Katerina Tsernou as the embodiment of Hygieia, we follow her through familiar cityscapes and ancient sites, reminding us of how she lives on in us all to this day.

Hygieia’s touch was gentle yet profound, guiding humanity through centuries, her influence etched in statues and inscribed in the Hippocratic Oath. Her essence, a blend of care and meticulous attention, ensured that the spirit of health flourished.

She teaches us that wellness is not just the absence of illness, but the presence of vibrant health. It is a testament to how the well-being of your mouth is tied to the health of the rest of your body.

“Hygieia embodied the wisdom of prevention and the power of maintaining life’s
balance. Her legacy lives on as our drumbeat for bringing you a sublime ritual that
commences at sunrise and concludes at sunset.”

AUREZZI

The serpent, a symbol of transformation, protection, and the creative life force in
ancient rituals, is widely recognized in mythology and dentistry, deriving from
its association with Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine and healing, and
Hygieia, the Greek goddess of health.

This is our drumbeat for bringing you a sublime ritual that commences at sunrise and
concludes at sunset.

Oral health is wealth.
Take care of yourself