Services

Rubber dam

What is the rubber dam? It is a natural rubber latex sheet (or other material for allergy sufferers) normally square shaped (15 × 15 centimetres with a thickness that can vary from 0.15 to 0.30 mm). It is used in most conservative performances and is simple and quick (just few minutes are necessary). It is…

Magnifying optical systems

It is an essential tool for a modern dentist who wants to offer quality services. This is a simple spectacle frame topped with binocular lenses. These lenses allow you to enlarge the object you look at like a magnifying glass. It is therefore clear that this instrument allows to operate with the maximum precision and…

Conscious Sedation

We offer the possibility to undergo Conscious Sedation in case ofvery anxious patients, in order to overcome the “fear of the dentist”. This maneuver ensures a serene surgical approach, independently from the clinical operation to face up to. The patient remains alert and calm, collaborating with all the medical and assistance staff. This anesthesia is practiced…

Gnathology

Gnathology is a rather recent branch of Dentistry that in humans (but, in terms of comparative research, even in animals) studies the physiology, pathology and functions of the jaw (chewing, swallowing, phonatory, postural) and therefore, studies the relationships between the maxilla, the teeth, the two temporomandibular joints, the muscles that move the jaws and the…

Aesthetic dentistry

Dentistry is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, medical and surgical therapies of diseases affecting teeth, gums, jaw bones (upper and lower jaw or mandible), temporomandibular joints (TMJ), salivary glands, neuro-muscular tissues and oral mucosa.

Invisible Orthodontics

Invisible Orthodontics, in Dentistry, is the technique needed for aligning the teeth by the use of transparent masks not visible to other people. The difference compared to traditional methods is the ability to remove them when eating and brushing your teeth; moreover, no wires, elastic bands and fixed attachments are used above the teeth. Each…

Dental prosthesis

The Dental Prosthesis is an artifact, made by a qualified dental technician, under the guidance of a dentist, used to change the lost or compromised original dentition for functional and/or aesthetic reasons of one or more elements. The Fixed Prosthesis is permanently assured in the stomatognathic context by using elements called abutments or titanium endosseous screws (implants)…

Orthodontics

Orthodontics, also called orthognatodontics, is that particular branch of dentistry that studies the various anomalies of the constitution, development and position of the maxillary teeth and bones. Its aim is to prevent, eliminate or mitigate these abnormalities by maintaining or reporting the mastication organs and the facial profile in the most correct position possible. Orthodontic practice basically consists of two types of therapies that very often are consequential.

Implantology

What we mean with the term dental implantology is the mixture of surgical techniques designed to functionally rehabilitate a patient affected by total or partial edentulism by the use of dental implants, such as devices, metallic and/or not, surgically inserted inside or above the mandibular or maxillary bone, but under the gingiva, to better allow…

Pediatric Dentistry

Pedodontics or pediatric dentistry is a discipline that prevents and treats the pathological odontostomatological pathologies of the patient in the developmental age, from 2 to 16 years old. The attention is focused on the prevention of carious lesions both thanks to the dental hygienist and the dentist (suggestions of correct diet, applications of fluorine, sealing…

Pariodontology

The dental hygienist deals with the prevention of oral-dental diseases, and promotes the oral health of patients in order to improve their systemic health as well as their aesthetic and self-esteem; his purpose is prevention and therapy at the level of the oral cavity with consequent systemic implications. He plays an important role in non-surgical…

Dentistry

It is the branch of medicine that studies the clinical, pathological and therapeutic aspects of diseases affecting the mucosa and the soft parts of the oral cavity, including the tongue and the tissues of the perioral regions. This category includes the diagnosis of inflammatory states localized in the oral context, cysts, neoplasms and other kinds…