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Advanced Platelet Rich Fibrin - PRF
Our dental clinic offers Advanced-Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) for many periodontal and oral surgery procedures. Utilizing a small sample of the patient’s own blood, this therapy can enhance hard and soft tissue grafting procedures.
Advanced-Platelet Rich Fibrin involves the creation of a thin, durable layer of platelet-rich fibrin. The proteins in the fibrin encourage swifter healing and wound closing and reduce the likelihood of infection. They are also particularly helpful in cases of multiple recession defects. Not only does the treatment reduce healing times, but it also decreases pain and swelling and improves overall patient experience.
Advanced-Platelet Rich Fibrin has a number of applications for periodontal and oral surgery including bone defects, extractions, sinus lifts, gum grafts and more.
Platelet Rich Fibrin
PIEZOSURGERY® technology is a cut above the average.
When it comes to cutting bone, you can of course use traditional burs and saws. They do cut bone, too – but they do not differentiate: any soft tissue getting in their way will also be cut.
The special ultrasonic microvibrations of the original PIEZOSURGERY® technique cut bone – and nothing else. No soft tissue is damaged, which allows you to work with a precision that facilitates not only surgery itself, but reduces postoperative discomfort for your patients at the same time.
PIEZOSURGERY ® provides micrometric cuts for minimally invasive surgeries with maximum surgical precision and intra-operative tactile sensation.
Selective cuts protects any kind of soft tissue. Nerves, vessels and membranes will not be injured while cutting bone. Thus PIEZOSURGERY® offers maximum safety for surgeons and patients.
PIEZOSURGERY® offers maximum intra-operative visibility. The cavitation effect of the ultrasonic movements lead to a blood-free surgical site.
World greatest bone surgery tool
NobelProcera™ is a comprehensive CAD/CAM system for designing and fabricating individualized dental prosthetics ranging from crowns and bridges to implant abutments and overdenture bars. Material options include zirconia, alumina and titanium. Impressions or models are scanned at the lab with digital case design completed in NobelProcera Software. Production is completed at Nobel Biocare’s facility via state-of-the-art milling technology for precise fits and optimal strength. For NobelProcera products you will recive Certificate of autencity.
NobelProcera products come with an extensive five-year warranty
Cutting edge dental prosthetic products
Computer navigated IMPLA 3D system
In our dental clinic we use computer planning for every single implantology case. Based on dental CAT scan dentist can plan exactly the best position, depth and angle of the implants before operation making it perfectly save for the patients. This latest technology makes it possible to do your dental implants without classic surgical procedure, blood or stitches making healing period much shorter and gentle for the patients. For the patients required several implants a ’stent’ may sometimes be used to facilitate the placement of implants. A surgical stent is an acrylic wafer that fits over either the teeth, the bone surface or the mucosa (when all the teeth are missing) with pre-drilled holes to show the position and angle of the implants to be placed. The surgical stent is produced using stereolithography following computerized planning of a case from the CAT scan.
Computer Guided Implantology
Perioplastic solution for gum recession
Gingival recession (receding gums) refers to the progressive loss of gum tissue, which can eventually result in tooth root exposure if left untreated. Gum recession is most common in adults over the age of 40, but the process can begin in the teenage years.
The following symptoms may be indicative of gum recession:
Sensitive teeth – When the gums recede enough to expose the cementum protecting the tooth root, the dentin tubules beneath will become more susceptible to external stimuli.
Visible roots –One of the main characteristics of a more severe case of gum recession.
Longer-looking teeth – Individuals experiencing gingival recession often have a “toothy” smile. The length of the teeth is perfectly normal, but the gum tissue has been lost, making the teeth appear longer.
Halitosis, inflammation and bleeding – These symptoms are characteristic of gingivitis or periodontal disease.
Gum tissue regeneration and gum grafting are two excellent ways to restore natural symmetry to the gums and make the smile look more aesthetically pleasing.
Solution for gum recession
GBR is a specific surgical method for bone reconstruction in areas where it has been destroyed by periodontal disease. The most common reason for GBR is to increase volume of bone due to upcoming dental implant treatment. It is done by surgical application of xenograft (artificial bone protein), autograft (bone graft taken from the patient) and collagen membrane used to secure graft in place for period of time needed for graft to become a bone ( 3 to 6 months). In most cases GBR is followed by GTR - Guided Tissue Regeneration, so called soft tissue management as we need to restore atrophied gingival tissue as well.
Guided Bone Regeneration