CAD-CAM technology

Scanning of the prepared teeth, Design of the future prosthetic work, Manufacture from the desired material

-> All right here in our clinic 

Digital SMILE Design

The end result of any tooth restoration operation is digitally simulated, depending on certain individual facial parameters so that our patients can view from the beginning how their  smile will look like and make adjustments if necessary.

Intraoral Scanner

An intraoral scanner is a device that is used to capture a direct optical impression.  The clinician captures an image of the tooth/teeth preparation. The images are captured by imaging sensors and are processed by scanning software, which then produces a 3D surface model. Intraoral scanners can be applied in various fields of dentistry for diagnosis and for fabricating restorations in prostheses, surgery and orthodontics.

Sterilization Laboratory

For your safety and ours, all the tools we use are sterilized in our laboratory, all work surfaces are sanitized and the air is desinfected with UV laps.

Digital Imaging

- Intraoral X-rays

- Panoramic X-rays

- Dental computed tomography(CT)
- Cephalometric projections

- Teleradiographs

Dentar Laser

- Comfort
- Reduction of the anesthetic
- Reduction of bleeding
- Disinfection and sterilization
- Minimally invasive
- Rapid postoperative recovery
- Dental treatments for children
- Patients at high risk

Electronic Microscopes

Magnify the image up to x 30 times
- Detection of secondary  / accessory root canals
- Superior lighting
- Maximum accuracy and credibility
- Detection of root fractures
- Preserving the health of the tooth for much longer periods

PRF/A-PRF Centrifuge

A-PRF is a technology based on activating the patient’s own platelets to stimulate, regenerate and accelerate the healing of tissues. This technology encourages the body to use its own resources to heal, regenerating tissues with absolutely no side-effects.

Ultrasound Devices

-The ultrasound scaling technology protects the tooth enamel, eliminating the tartar (plaque)  exclusively and efficiently.

- Used in Root Canal Therapy

Air-Flow Prophylaxis

- removal of all unsightly dental stains
- soft mechanical whitening
- disinfection of the oral cavity
- deep cleaning

  • Intraoral X-Rays
  • Panoramic X-Rays
  • Dental Computed Tomography (CT)
  • Cephalometric Projections
  • Teleradiographs

 

For your safety and ours, all the tools we use are sterilized in our laboratory, all work surfaces are sanitized and the air is desinfected with UV laps after each patient.

 

 

Scanning of the prepared teeth, Design of the future prosthetic work, Manufacture from the desired material

-> All right here in our clinic 

A unique dental treatment planning tool that strengthens a dental provider’s diagnostic vision, enhances predictability, and improves communication between dental providers and their patients. A treatment plan is completely based on a thorough analysis of the patient’s dental and facial proportions. Through the use of videos, photographs, and temporary mock-ups, DSD providers can get a better sense of the relationship between the lips, gums, and teeth, as well as how they work together to create the patient’s smile.

– Magnifies the image up to x 30 times
– Detection of secondary  / accessory root canals
– Superior lighting
– Maximum accuracy and credibility
– Detection of root fractures
– Preserving the health of the tooth for much longer periods

A-PRF is a technology based on activating the patient’s own platelets to stimulate, regenerate and accelerate the healing of tissues. This technology encourages the body to use its own resources to heal, regenerating tissues with absolutely no side-effects. A-PRF membrane can be mixed with the bone graft material in order to stimulate the adherence of cells on the biomaterials or on the titanium surface of dental implants.

An intraoral scanner is a device that is used to capture a direct optical impression.  The clinician captures an image of the tooth/teeth preparation. The images are captured by imaging sensors and are processed by scanning software, which then produces a 3D surface model. Intraoral scanners can be applied in various fields of dentistry for diagnosis and for fabricating restorations in prostheses, surgery and orthodontics.

– Comfort
– Reduction of the anesthetic
– Reduction of bleeding
– Disinfection and sterilization
– Minimally invasive
– Rapid postoperative recovery
– Dental treatments for children
– Patients at high risk

-The ultrasound scaling technology protects the tooth enamel, eliminating the tartar (plaque)  exclusively and efficiently.

– Used in Root Canal Therapy

– removal of all unsightly dental stains
– soft mechanical whitening
– disinfection of the oral cavity
– deep cleaning