Today, the dental studio can count on such and so many technologies that neglecting them would be an unforgivable own goal. From intraoral scanners to CAD/CAM technology, the workflow can be partially or fully digitized with great ease. Today, the dental studio can count on such and such many technologies that neglecting them would be an unforgivable own goal. From intraoral scanners to CAD/CAM technology, the workflow can be partially or fully digitized with great ease. This evolution allows patients to perceive themselves as a state-of-the-art medical facility and to increase their competitiveness and productivity, thus triggering a virtuous circle of growth for the studio and its employees.
If you're on this site, it's probably because you love to inform yourself before you go to the dentist, but it's not easy to access to reliable information, comprehensive and understandable about materials and technologies that can reduce pain, discomfort and number of sessions.
Here we try to give you an overview of solutions that can positively change your relationship with dental care.
“I know what I don't want. I don't want to feel pain, I don't want to face too many sessions to solve a problem, I don't want mediocre solutions.”
What to ask to a modern dental studio?
Dental treatments are less and less invasive and faster and more effective, restorations in a single session are now a reality. All thanks to the new technologies, but what are them and how to choose the studio according to your needs of care?
The intraoral scanner
For patients who can't stand taking traditional impressions because they are bothered by the feeling of suffocation and vomiting, or for people with Parkinson's disease, there is an incredibly fast and precise solution, which eliminates the possibility of error: the intraoral scanner.
Patients looking for effective and totally painless methods to take care of their teeth can count on increasingly advanced and effective diode lasers, used for whitening practices but also for the treatment of complex diseases such as periodontitis.
The Smile Design
The digital design of the smile allows you to view the result before the start of treatment, thus avoiding nasty surprises. Talk to your dentist about it and discover the potential of digital dentistry.
A solution of great effectiveness
“I have an autoimmune disease that attacks the glands of the gums and manifests itself in strong gingivitis, dry and bleeding mouth, difficulty chewing. When they diagnosed it, I didn't know what to expect and I was worried about the idea of the treatments to be faced. The dentist proposed to me to act with a deep cleaning by laser, explaining to me that it is a high-tech instrument in use for more than twenty years in medicine, thus safe.
In practice, the laser immediately destroys the microorganisms that cause the infection, without generating side effects. And so, I solved the problem in a very short time and without pain. The quality of my life has definitely improved”
And fear of the dentist becomes a memory
A few months ago, due to a small accident, I broke two crowns and had to book an appointment. I thought it would only be the first session... instead it was the first and last, because the porcelain restoration was done immediately.
I was rather surprised and then a bit suspicious of all that speed, at least until the dentist explained to me that they have replaced the traditional working process with new digital technologies and that they use software that simplifies and speeds up the modeling and printing of the prosthesis.
Luckily, it was not necessary to take the impression, a process that bothers me greatly because of the feeling of suffocation, but after learning of the existence of the intraoral scanner I am more relaxed. Knowing that it is no longer necessary to take impressions with the mould calms me down. Next time I probably won't be so reluctant to go to the dentist, also because I spent less than expected."
of patients satisfied with the digital techniques of pre-visualization of the final result
Technology, the best ally of oral health
Fear of the dentist and pain are a very risky combination when it comes to oral health, because they lead to postponement and sometimes avoid treatment until it is too late to save the teeth.
Ask your dentist to update you on the evolution of the dental discipline, you'll find out how technology can help you solve your problems without pain, hassle and long waits.