State-of-the-art technology in combination with the latest computer software for reporting, diagnosing and planning optimizes the security of the interventions and the predictability of the results.
Our practices are equipped with the latest equipment such as three-dimensional digital X-ray technology and work with well-trained staff. Our dentists and employees are always up to date thanks to ongoing training.
Imaging methods in combination with modern EDP enable the treating dentist and our customers to directly control the entire oral situation and the subsequent treatment.
Digital X-ray is a modern method in which the information is read directly into the computer and processed with the appropriate software. This allows essential information to be filtered and the recordings to be discussed with the patient immediately. Compared to conventional X-rays, this method is significantly less radiation-free and at the same time has a higher information content.
Three-dimensional X-ray technology
With this X-ray procedure (DVT), among other things:
- Finest structures within the teeth (root canals)
- The relationship of the wisdom teeth to the nerve
- Bone density, bone strength
- Masses (tumors, cysts)
- Important anatomical structures for implant planning are shown.
Computer-simulated template-guided surgical methods (in endodontology, implantology and surgery) make surgical interventions gentler, less painful (minimally invasive surgery), safer (protection of sensitive anatomical structures such as nerves, vessels, and maxillary sinus) and predictable.
The most important area of application of the surgical microscope in dentistry is endodontics (root treatment).
The direct LED lighting and the 6 to 45 times magnification make the smallest canals and branches of the nerve visible that cannot be seen with the naked eye.
The surgical microscope can also be decisive for the success of treatment in surgery, periodontology, conservative and prosthetic dentistry.
A hole (cavity) in the tooth is usually caused by caries. To prevent the destruction of the valuable tooth substance from proceeding, the defect must be carefully restored and the resulting cavity filled up again and closed.
The filling materials most frequently used today for smaller defects are plastics (composites). They are bonded to the tooth with an adhesive system (adhesive bond).
Almost no healthy tooth substance needs to be removed for processing composite material, the smallest defects can be filled and very good aesthetic results can be achieved. Modern composites can be used in the anterior and posterior region.
Depending on the size of the cavity, alternative restorations are possible:
- Medium-sized defects can be restored with adhesively bonded ceramic materials, inlays (inlay filling) or overlays (overlay filling).
- In the case of large defects (over 50% loss of tooth substance), crowning with aesthetically high-quality, tooth-colored, resilient ceramic crowns can be a safe alternative in the long term.
CEREC offers high-quality ceramic dentures in just one session. The cavity is digitally recorded by a camera. The corresponding dentures are planned using computer software and manufactured directly in a grinding unit. The restoration obtained in this way is bonded to the tooth.
This eliminates the need to take an impression, make a temporary restoration and manufacture the dentures in the dental laboratory.
The properties of ceramics:
- More hygienic than composite
- Highest biocompatibility
- Longevity in terms of load and aesthetics
The laser is a strongly bundled, high-energy beam of light. Treatment with the laser is almost painless and gentle on the tissue. An additional advantage is the germ reduction in the wound area, the low tendency to bleed and faster wound healing.
It is mainly used in soft tissue surgery (gum disease, corrections of the lip and tongue frenulum and the course of the gums).
Whether bridges, partial or full dentures – the services of our dental laboratory are available to you both during the week and at the weekend. We offer immediate help with pressure points or defective dentures and always do our best so that you can soon laugh again without worries.
The direct connection of the laboratory to the practices enables us to react quickly and flexibly to the needs of our patients. Our patients benefit from the most modern solutions thanks to the joint further development of the practice and laboratory services.
It is our aim to produce dentures or corrections according to the highest aesthetic standards. For larger interventions, the dentist and dental technician can plan the procedure together and discuss it with the patient.
Our patients only receive solutions that are individually tailored to their requirements. The dental technician can get an idea of the interaction of the lips, the position of the teeth and the patient’s facial expressions directly in the practice. This personal impression is very important in order to obtain a harmonious effect of dentures and the natural teeth, because after all, every denture is also a small work of art.
In our practices, the sterilization processes are carried out using the latest sterilization technology. Important components of the sterilization process are control and documentation and the correct storage of the sterilized instruments that are used for the treatments.