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1. Investigation and Diagnostic Techniques


Modjaw 4D

Digital technology certainly represents the present and future of dentistry. The missing link has been the inability to integrate patient functions (chewing, speaking, swallowing) into design software for prosthetic rehabilitations. The Modjaw system allows visualization and evaluation of jaw movements throughout the treatment process. Thus, digitally produced prosthetic works will have very good dynamic integration. The utility of this system is found especially in the specialties of dental prosthetics, orthodontics, and orofacial pain.

Oral Cancer Screening

Oral cancer is a commonly encountered pathology, with smoking and high alcohol consumption being risk factors. Early detection of this form of cancer is extremely important, as the chances of recovery increase significantly if it is discovered in time. Quick, non-invasive, and painless identification can be achieved with the Oral ID device in just a few minutes. This device uses fluorescent light to highlight abnormal tissues.

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The SAM Articulator

Articulators are mechanical instruments capable of reproducing the relationships between the upper (maxillary) and lower (mandibular) jaws in all three spatial planes, both statically and dynamically. The use of these devices ensures the creation of prosthetic works that are perfectly integrated aesthetically and functionally. SAM is a renowned name among articulator manufacturers worldwide, with a history that guarantees the quality of these products.

The digital photo laboratory

A photo/video studio equipped with professional cameras necessary for capturing high-quality dental and facial photographs and videos, for multidisciplinary analysis and careful, detailed planning of each case.

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Planmeca Digital Radiology Laboratory

Planmeca dental radiology systems enable accurate imaging evaluation of patients. With a history of over 50 years in producing dental equipment, the Finnish company aims for continuous reduction of radiation doses required for obtaining radiographic images, with the goal of patient protection, gaining a reputation due to Ultra Low Dose™ technology. The available tools for 2D and 3D imaging allow for precise diagnosis of oro-maxillofacial pathologies and future treatment planning, with a reduced dose of radiation. The company integrates the latest digital planning technologies into its Planmeca ecosystem, actively engaging in the global university education process. (Source:

2. Digital Technology in Dental Aesthetics

Digital Smile Design – Smile Cloud

A dental software platform that includes a library of natural teeth, enabling digital simulations of the shape and color of future teeth in dental work. In other words, based on a set of patient photographs, different smiles can be tried on, with various dental shapes and shades.

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The 3Shape Trios Intraoral Scanner

​3D Optical Scanner is a device used to capture images of teeth, gums, and other structures and details within the oral cavity. It ensures the transfer of intraoral details into digital form for the planning and execution of dental procedures. The intraoral scanner replaces traditional impressions, which are often uncomfortable for the patient, with a digital alternative that is much more comfortable and completed in a much shorter time.

The dental technology laboratory

The dental laboratory is equipped with CAD/CAM manufacturing systems for dental prosthetic works. Based on digital information—such as intraoral scans, photos, and digital recordings of intermaxillary relationships (Modjaw)—transmitted to the laboratory by the dentist, the technician designs the dental works using dedicated software platforms. The digital dental works are then transmitted to 3D milling machines that transform them into finished pieces. CAD/CAM milled dental works exhibit micron-level precision and are manufactured in significantly shorter timeframes.

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3. Digital Technologies in Dental Therapy


Airflow Prophylaxis Master EMS

The new standard in dental prophylaxis and non-surgical periodontal therapy has been designed according to the highest standards of performance, safety, and comfort, specifically to allow for the application of  Guided Biofilm Therapy.

The Airflow Max technology enables the removal of bacterial plaque, incipient tartar, and stains from teeth, as well as direct and indirect restorations, dental implants, and orthodontic appliances, from supra and subgingival areas. These are achieved using a laminar flow of water, air, and erythritol-based powder particles in an efficient and minimally invasive manner. Dedicated Perioflow tips are recommended during prophylaxis treatments and non-surgical periodontal therapy for effective removal of bacterial plaque from periodontal pockets. The treatment is completed by removing tartar from supragingival and subgingival areas using scaling instruments and ultrasonic devices. Thus, the long-term health of teeth and periodontal tissues can be maintained, along with the results obtained from dental treatments.

Dental laser DR Smile

The use of dental lasers in current practice has seen accelerated development in recent decades. These tools assist dentists by enhancing treatments, providing precision during procedures. The Doctor Smile dental laser is a diode laser with a wavelength of 980 nm, primarily used in soft tissue surgery. The major advantages of this technology include reduced operating time, ensuring absence of bleeding at the end of treatment, decreased healing time, as well as reduced postoperative sensitivity. The Doctor Smile diode laser can also be used during non-surgical periodontal therapy for decontaminating periodontal pockets and reducing inflammation. The therapeutic arsenal of this device also includes teeth whitening, treatment of dental hypersensitivity, or biostimulation therapy after extensive surgical interventions.

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Digital anesthesia - Quicksleeper

Quicksleeper is a computerized system used for all types of anesthesia, notable for its speed, comfort, and efficiency. It provides comfort for both patients (children and adults) and dentists alike. The anesthesia is painless, effective, never fails, and can cover up to 8 teeth. Its user-friendly design, especially in the form of a pen, reduces anxiety in children regarding anesthesia. This type of anesthesia is very well tolerated by pediatric or emotionally challenged patients, and it eliminates the postoperative effect of "numbness in soft tissues."

Digital Technologies in Root Canal Therapy

Leica Microscope

The dental microscope is a high-precision optical instrument that allows clear, bright, and magnified visualization of the working field, up to 25X. Thus, the dentist can observe obstacles, fissures, and many other fine details that contribute to therapeutic success, which the human eye would not be able to perceive.

Currently, the dental microscope is increasingly used in endodontic therapy, as well as in other dental specialties such as dentistry, periodontology, prosthodontics, and implantology.

In modern endodontics, the dental microscope is indispensable for achieving optimal results. The magnification factor, combined with coaxial illumination, allows the endodontist to easily address even the most challenging cases. Better visibility of the operative field helps in establishing the diagnosis, locating calcifications, root canals, identifying false canals, ledges, and fracture lines, etc.

Performed under the microscope, endodontic treatment is more precise, takes less time, and is less traumatic to dental structures. Additionally, removing broken instrument fragments, cemented or prefabricated metal posts that obstruct the root canals, is done more easily.

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Among the indications for using a dental microscope, we mention:

  • Identifying the entrances to the root canals

  • Identifying additional canals

  • Identifying and treating calcified canals

  • Identifying root perforations and sealing them

  • Retreating root canal treatments in teeth with painful symptoms

  • Visualizing and removing obstacles from the root canal

  • Detecting root fractures or cracks.

4. Digital Technologies in Oral Surgery


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For promoting favorable local healing in oral surgery, Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF) treatment, rich in platelets, has been used for over two decades. It can be used in various forms - liquid or solid - to expedite tissue revascularization based on plasma cells and growth factors. Practically, it accelerates healing and provides superior quality to new tissues.


How do we obtain PRF?

Peripheral venous blood is collected (the same procedure as for blood tests), and then it is centrifuged at a specific speed and for a specific time, depending on the desired outcome. In our clinic, we recommend this treatment only when it brings clear benefits and when we believe it offers an advantage in the healing process.

The digital surgical guide

Every dental implant has a specific three-dimensional position, intended to perfectly restore the position of the lost tooth, ensure proper resistance of the entire system, and achieve the best long-term results. Digital planning of the implant position and the creation of a surgical guide provide us with the confidence of implanting in the ideal position. When needed, these guides are designed and 3D printed "in-house," in the shortest time and with the highest precision, using specialized software.

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The ISQ Device

A few years ago, after the insertion of a dental implant, the treatment protocol required a waiting period of 6 months for the osseointegration of the implant, followed by its exposure from under the gum and the prosthetic work. Now, by accurately measuring the primary stability of the implant (its retention immediately after insertion) using the Ostell® device, we can make decisions tailored to each case, performing immediate, early, or delayed implant prosthetics, depending on their stability after insertion.

This method is non-invasive (magnetic resonance), accurate, and replaces approximate measurements of implant stability by assessing torque at insertion. Thus, through a non-approximate method, we can decide the appropriate time for implant prosthetics.

Our common goal as a doctor-patient is to provide prompt prosthetics for a stable implant, so you can enjoy dental restoration as soon as possible.

5. Concern for the Environment

In line with the changes and challenges of the times we live in, we strive to reduce the negative impact on the environment by:

  • Using digital patient records to avoid paper consumption;

  • Utilizing digital X-rays, without printing them on film, to avoid the processing of chemical products;

  • Digital interpretation of X-rays and photographs using digital software (Nemo, Dolphin) instead of traditional paper-based methods;

  • Employing optical/digital impressions to reduce medical waste from traditional impression materials;

  • Implementing professional and ambient LED lighting as well as equipping with state-of-the-art professional equipment, substantially reducing electricity consumption.

6. Cleaning Standards

Instrument Washer - Melatherm: This is a thermodesinfector that complies with the European Standard EN 15883. It is ideal for processing and disinfecting reusable instruments.

Automatic cleaning and disinfection of instruments using a washing-disinfecting device is the safest procedure regarding patient and staff protection.

The MELAstore loading system with trays and boxes allows for an optimal workflow from instrument decontamination to storage.

  • Autoclave: Vacuclav 550

Sterilization is the process of destroying and removing microorganisms, rendering the instruments sterile.

This is achieved through moist heat/steam.

The autoclave allows steam to penetrate among the instruments packaged beforehand in bags specific to this process.

The characteristics of the autoclave chosen by us are as follows:

        - double capacity: XL sterilization chamber for using 25 kg of instruments on 16 trays or 10 MELAstore boxes

        - impressive speed: record operating times thanks to MELAG's patented technology with two chambers in just 12 minutes. (without drying)

        - heat recovery: Reduction of energy consumption and heat dissipation in the decontamination chamber, as the recovery technology uses the heat of used steam to generate new steam

        - 100% reliability, 0% cooling water: Coolify combines cooling with intelligent temperature monitoring

        - intelligent drying: DRY telligence for optimal drying results and a simultaneous reduction in drying time of up to 80%

        - very large Smart-Touch display for intuitive, simple operation

        - documentation and approval with ProControl directly on the device, without additional software

  • MELAtrace Melag

A software that allows simple and professional documentation throughout the instrument treatment process. The process is completed by generating a PDF report containing all relevant information. All steps of this cycle are well detailed and then archived.

Barcoded labels can then be printed with MELAprint to facilitate the traceability of each sterilized item. These can be scanned and added to the patient management system.

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