Technology facilitates all our work, which obviously becomes quicker and more accurate when using technology; but we can never just depend on it and disregard talent and education. Dentistry is an art, and to maintain the quality of the work, the dentist also has to be an artist.
Most Advanced Tech.
The CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) machine is a dental tool used to make customized ceramic dental restorations in one visit, speeding up a process that typically requires sending a mold of a patient’s teeth to a dental laboratory to get a part made, which can take up to a week and requires multiple trips to the dentist.
The Omnicam is a small powder-free color camera that takes 3D images in natural color with pinpoint accuracy. The images are imported into a computer that makes a 3D model of your teeth surfaces that can be used to make crowns, bridges, night guards, Invisalign, partial dentures, veneers, inlays, and onlays.
A premium microprocessor-controlled, fully automatic furnace used to fire all types of veneering and crystallization ceramics. The unit features a modern, compact and ergonomic design and just like its predecessors, requires considerably less bench space in comparison to conventional ceramic furnaces.
The SiroLaser Blue is the first dental diode laser worldwide with a blue, infrared and red wavelength. This makes it an all-rounder for dental laser treatment.
Dental diode lasers deliver clear benefits over conventional methods of treatment with mostly scar-free wound healing and improved germ reduction. Not only that, but the use of lasers means less post-operative pain and therefore less need for medication.
The dental microscope allows the dentist to locate, clean and fill extra canals and spaces within a tooth that may otherwise have been missed. The improved magnification and light provided by the microscope also allow the treatment of blocked or calcified canals.
3D printing allows for certain instruments to be specifically designed to complete certain dental procedures, such as drill guides. Dental implants, implants such as crowns, caps, dentures and bridges can be created using additive manufacturing technology.