An Intraoral Scan captures a digital impression of the teeth. With fast, accurate and easy digital impression capture, patients benefit from improved treatment planning and a streamlined workflow.
Visualization of the smile is the first step of the backward planning for the treatment.
Utilizing one of the newest and most sophisticated CBCT (cone beam computed tomography) devices available, CBCT imaging offers a non-invasive 3D view of the anatomical structures to be treated. Low-dose programs deliver 3D images using a significantly lower dose than 2D panoramic imaging. The CS 9600 is designed to deliver more accurate scans and greater exam precision.
Thanks to the face scanner, the digital data of the face can be integrated in the digital workflow for planning purposes.
Our vision is your perfect smile. In a short, highly effective and expedient journey.Smile design is a dental procedure which artistically creates straighter, whiter and more beautiful natural-looking smiles. The smile design starts with the visualization of the smile employing digital methods such as augmented reality. Subsequent to this, a clinical try-in of the created smile will be performed. This is the beginning of the backward treatment planning. In accordance with the principles of digital planning, the treatment will be conceived in concert with the patient and applies minimally invasive procedures to obtain a maximal esthetic outcome on implant and teeth.
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Various highly sophisticated software programs that process the corresponding digital information form the foundation for the digital planning of implants.
Biology and science are at the base of surgical procedures of minimally invasive surgery, bone and soft tissue grafting and implant placement. The most current approaches of collecting growth factors are used to accelerate and increase bone and soft tissue healing and quality.
These days, rehabilitation of gingival esthetic parameters is carried out by means of minimally invasive procedures without opening a gum flap.
Functional diagnosis and therapy are carried out with the aid of sensor-based recording of bite position and muscle action.
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Clear aligners, also known as clear-aligner treatment, are orthodontic devices that employ a transparent, plastic form of dental braces to adjust teeth.
Invisalign refers to the so-called "invisible braces" – an alternative to the normal orthodontic treatment with braces. More than 2.5 million people worldwide have already had an existing tooth misalignment treated in this way.
With Invisalign, tooth misalignments are corrected by a series of bite block appliances individually prepared for the patient. These removable aligner trays are almost invisible on the teeth as they are made of transparent plastic. A new pair of trays is inserted every two weeks so that the teeth gradually move into the final position week after week.
Invisalign provides a very comfortable and efficient way to straighten teeth misalignments. Since the trays are virtually invisible, there are hardly any restrictions in daily life. Therefore, this treatment method is particularly suitable for patients who would have profession-related problems, for example, if their teeth were straightened with highly visible, conventional fixed braces.