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Dental Hygiene

The tartar removal or scale and polish, it is one of the interventions of oral hygiene more common and widespread, a harmful element for the health of the gums. This procedure is carried out by our dental hygienists using ultrasonic instruments and easy-flow to further polish with baking soda and essential oils.
The scale and polish procedure, it is vey important to maintain good oral hygiene.

Flouride Prophilaxis

The fluoride is the prevention of dental caries through the use of fluoride.
The World Health Organization (WHO) believes that the use of fluoride represents the method more effective for the prevention of tooth decay, because it makes the tooth enamel stronger to acids generated naturally.

Aesthetic Filllings

Tooth filling means a restoration carried out by successive layers of resin composite with similar color to the tooth.
The choice of method and materials is targeted to the tooth protection in the long term and ensuring that the tooth filling is functionally integrated in the mouth.
Fillings have a silver-colored metal that, with the passing of time, oxidized assuming an increasingly dark color.
Nowadays, we use mercury-free materials and the same shade of the natural tooth.

Inlay composite and porcelain

Inlays are fillings performed in the laboratory, previously prepared, used for the back teeth (premolars and molars).
Several patients wish to replace their old amalgam fillings with a biocompatible and durable material, composite or ceramic, and it will fill the cavity, reconstructing the original form.
Ceramic inlays are an excellent choice in terms of functionality and aesthetics, because they are aesthetically valid, with high accuracy in the marginal fit, excellent durability and biocompatibility.

Inlays and onlays

The inlay / onlay (dental inlay) is a large "tooth filling" made in the laboratory, often they are called "partial crowns" (in the middle between a filling and a "crown") and they are used where there is enough healthy enamel and it is worth leave the tooth, without resorting to artificial crown.
The inlay is used to repair minor damage to the teeth and it is inlaid intracoronal, of limited size circumscribed within the chewing surface. The onlay is used in most complex cases and it is realised with inlays affecting a large part of the chewing surfaces of molars or premolars. Porcelain (ceramic) is the material used for the creation of this artefact.

Pedodontics

Children primary teeth treatment.

Root canal treatment

The root canal treatment is a dental operation that involves the destruction and subsequent removal of the tooth pulp; it is a rescue package as it excludes the extraction.
It is performed when the pulp, tissue rich in nerve endings and blood vessels, becomes inflamed, infected or is hopelessly compromised by cariogenic extended processes, trauma or other serious dental disorders. The root canal treatment also includes the sealing (tooth filling) of the pulp canal with special cements and biocompatible materials, such as to prevent a possible spread of bacteria in the seats surrounding.

Aesthetic Prosthesis

The smile is more important than a business card because it is imprinted, often forever.
The dental prosthesis has the function to repair and replace dental structures damaged or lost, but above all, to correct aesthetic defects of shape, color or position of natural teeth. The solutions are many and different from each other, both for the materials used for the economic aspect.

Crowns

The crown's implants for single tooth of which is preserved the root. The crowns are used to reshape the tooth shape and improve the functionality and aesthetics.
The function of the crown is to protect and restore the tooth, the shape and the shade of the tooth compromise, and, usually are anchored to the tooth properly prepared (stump).
The materials which they are made, are the following:
- Alloy bio medical
- Zirconia
- Ceramic
- Noble gold alloy and porcelain
Each solution is designed by our doctors based on the needs of the individual patient.

Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin ceramic plates that are applied on the visible surface of the front teeth. The teeth that receive a facet are slightly thinned, if necessary, to make space for ceramics. However, their preparation is extremely conservative and must be maintained at the level of the upper portion of the tooth, the enamel. This one allows optimal bonding of the veneers to the tooth. Veneers are used by many celebrities for purely aesthetic reasons. We offer only veneers made by an Italian Technician, specialised in high aesthetic prosthesis.

Prosthetics

Dental prosthetics have the task of rehabilitating the oral functions of patients with edentulous (missing teeth) partial or total, through the replacement of natural teeth with artificial teeth.
Some types of prosthetic interventions can be used to correct anomalies aesthetic shape, position or shade of natural teeth.

Bite

It is a removable and transparent device, mostly night-time use, which is used mainly in patients with bruxism (who grinds the teeth) to prevent abrasion of the teeth themselves, TMJ problems, and sometimes to eliminate neck pain, headaches and muscle tension.

General Oral Surgery

It means the extraction surgery, surgery of the cystic lesions and benign lesions of the oral cavity and the maxillary bones, endodontic surgery which deals with treating infections of the apex of the teeth.
The pre-prosthetic surgery that provides the optimization of the morphology mouth, in order to deal in the best of ways prosthetic reconstruction.

Implantology

The Implantology is a particular branch of dentistry that deals with the replacement of missing teeth with foreign elements, through the use of titanium fixtures to be included in the maxillary or mandibular bones on which to apply the prosthesis. The material used for the manufacture of implants is specific kind of titanium, an element that possesses remarkable quality of biocompatibility, so that the phenomenon of rejection is absent.
In implant dentistry, there are several techniques according to each different case:

- Immediate loading technique, which involves inserting the implants and apply the prosthesis during a single intervention. This technique, innovative and very safe, has many advantages for the patient and can be carried mono arch, bi arch or even for individual elements. Thus allowing to develop a technique implant without a waiting period. The surgeon, then, is able to insert the implants and the prosthesis during the same surgical operation.

- Technical deferred load, that is to divide into two separate transactions care: at first you put the implants, then expect a period ranging from three to six months, to allow just a good Osseo integration of implants with bones. During a second operation are applied to the prosthesis.

Periodontal Surgery

Periodontology deals with the diagnosis and treatment of the disease (periodontal disease or periodontal disease, or periodontal disease) affecting all the tissues that form the organ supporting the tooth.
When these diseases become more severe it is recommended to intervene with periodontal surgery, which has as its goal the elimination of gingival pockets and bone, root planning and curettage under direct vision. This happens through revolutionary methods which serve not only to stop the periodontal disease, but also to regenerate and rebuild the lost tissue.
In my surgery, to solve the gingival recession, I do both plastic and cosmetic gingival surgery.

PRGF

Technology PRGF (Plasma Rich in Growth Factors) is the system autologous more advanced Plasma Rich in Platelets. It is based on the activation of platelets of the patient for the stimulation and acceleration of tissue regeneration. It is the first technique designed specifically for dental therapy. Its effectiveness is confirmed by more than 10,000 patients treated in different medical branches. Technically it is an autograft, since are the patient's own proteins to initiate and accelerate the reparative processes and the consequent regeneration of tissue; it is particularly useful for patients with wound healing problems or poor engraftment of bone regeneration, as in the case of heavy smokers or diabetics.

Orthodontics

Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that studies the various anomalies of the constitution, development and position of the teeth and jaw bones. The term derives from the Greek and it means "straight teeth".
The purpose of orthodontics is to prevent, eliminate or mitigate such anomalies maintaining or restoring the mastication organs and facial profile in the correct position and can, therefore, determine a correct alignment of the teeth and a masticatory function efficiently with consequent teeth health. What I suggest are the following options:

FIXED ORTHODONTICS
They are devices or equipments that are attached to the teeth, cannot be removed by the patient and are capable of causing tooth movement. It is generally preferred in adults or children in the late mixed dentition or permanent. This solution guarantees the quality and outcome of treatment, within the time set by the Doctor. Our study uses orthodontic appliances porcelain aesthetics.

MOBILE ORTHODONTICS
With this statement refers to the use of equipment that the patient is able to apply and remove from the dental arches, are mechanical and functional with the latest generation function interceptive developed especially for the youngest patients.

In particular, I use a unique device called "OSAMU RETAINER", patented by a technique Japanese Doctor, which is used mostly at night from children of 7 years old to adult patients.
Another particular mobile device for the teeth alignment is "ESSIX RETAINER", a versatile and flexible solution that does not irritate the mouth, it is always used at night and, it is a cost effective solution compared to traditional mobile devices already available on the market.

New Surgery Technique


M.I.S.E. (Minimum Invasive Sinus Elevation)

It is a system of drills and stop allowing you to raise in such atraumatic and smooth way the floor of maxillary sinus with a simple, fast and safe technique. This medical device is used in the case of a deficit in the maxillary bone.


Centrifuge for plasma PRGF (Plasma rich in growth factors)

When an area of the body is injured, blood platelets are flocking into the wound and bind to each other, in such a way encourage clotting. The PRGF exploits this effect because is a real platelet concentrate (rich in growth factors and healing ones). Advantages: PRGF speeds up the healing process, reduces pain and accelerates the process of tissue regeneration. The downtime becomes painless and faster. We need a special centrifuge to obtain it.