9 Modern Dental Technologies in Tetri's Smile
Dinosaurs went extinct because they weren’t ready for rapid change.
Dentistry is likely to be the fastest-growing division of medicine. If you stop keeping up with technology, methods, and materials, you can be left on the side of the professional road.
In our clinic, we use only the most cutting-edge technology that emerges on the market.
1. High-precision Intraoral scanner (Dentsply Sirona Primescan)
This technology allows for cases to be transferred to the laboratory and manufacture dentures to a fraction of a micron accuracy and guarantees many years of service so that the client does not have to spend extra hours in the chair for adjustments.
2. PIC scanner (Precise Implants Capture)
It is essential to be extremely precise at every step to properly integrate the implants into the mouth, and have them last for years to come.
PIC Dental is the world’s first digital system to take intraoral impressions of multiple dental implants.
This technology ensures that our clients will feel confident and soon forget that this is not their first set of teeth.
3. CT scans
We do not consider a tooth to be a separate part of the dentoalveolar system.
Our philosophy is based on understanding the physiological processes and restoring the function of the dentoalveolar system as a whole.
To do this, we need a CT scan of the entire skull to evaluate the joints and each respective tooth as a whole.
Time is the most valuable resource!
We treat personal time with care because we understand that our clients are busy people with busy schedules.
With CAD/CAM technology, we can reduce the number of visits to the dentist to just one.
Registering lower jaw movement.
The movements of the lower jaw, like fingerprints, are unique.
Therefore, when planning treatment, it is important to rely not on average anatomical parameters but on the functional diagnosis of the particular client.
Only this approach can guarantee the success and durability of dentures.
6. K7 Evaluation system
This is a biofeedback diagnostic system.
The analysis is performed based on the following data:
- Electromyography (computerized diagnosis of muscle tone at rest and during work)
- Computerized gnathography (assessment of jaw movements while chewing, swallowing, opening, and closing the mouth)
- Sonography (picks up the smallest noises, determines the condition of the articular disc, and comprehensively evaluates the work of the temporomandibular joint).
- This allows us to find the perfect ratio of teeth in the bite individually for each client.
7. TENS diagnostics (transcutaneous electroneural stimulation)
This technology allows us to erase pathological muscle memory and, by changing the position of the lower jaw, expose and fix the muscles in a physiological position.
What if we told you that a special technology could digitalize and upload you to a computer?
Sounds like the beginning of a futuristic disaster movie?
But this is reality!
SDiMatriX helps us to upload the following:
- Jaw scans
- CT scans of the skull
- Facial scans.
It allows us to get a 3D model of your head with individualized jaw movements and facial expressions.
This helps us to design and make a prototype of your future teeth, which you can try on and assess how much the overall composition of your face and smile changed. And only then we start working.
9. 3D Face Scanner
3D Face Scanner is a technology that allows us to get a high-precision 3D model of your face and upload it to a computer.
When a doctor works with aesthetics in their dentistry, it is important to consider how the teeth work with the composition of the face and neck, not just the smile. Dystrophic disorders occur in the body, and the configuration of soft tissues may change with age.
We take on a comprehensive approach to diagnosis and treatment planning. This allows for us to transform beyond recognition not only the smile, but also the entire image of our clients.