Treatments

In our studio we realize all types of dental treatmentfrom the simplest to the most complex ones, thanks to the presence and collaboration of doctors who are experts in the various fields of dentistry.

Oral hygiene and prevention

Oral hygiene and prevention

Prevention is our best ally in combating oral problems; for this reason, effective daily oral hygiene combined with periodic check-ups at the dentist are fundamental for a healthy mouth.

Conservative

Conservative

Oral conservation is the branch of dentistry that deals with both functional and aesthetic preservation of the tooth structure following injury from trauma or caries, so as to avoid premature extraction and replacement of the tooth.

Endodontics

Endodontics

Endodontics is the treatment of the ducts of the teeth in which the dental pulp is located. The pulp usually becomes inflamed as a result of an untreated caries, which grows from superficial to deep; to preserve the tooth it is therefore necessary to devitalize it.

Periodontology

Periodontology

The periodontium is the object of study of periodontology, which literally deals with "everything around the tooth", i.e. the soft tissues (gum and periodontal ligament) and hard tissues (alveolar bone and root cementum) which are actually the tissues that support the tooth.

Oral surgery

Oral surgery

Oral surgery concerns all interventions in the oral cavity for the treatment of those pathologies that cannot be solved by other methods; usually oral surgery can be classified into two categories, minor oral surgery and complex surgery.

Wisdom teeth extraction

Wisdom teeth extraction

The extraction of wisdom teeth is one of the most common and requested minor oral surgery procedures: these teeth often do not have enough space to be correctly positioned along the dental arch and their eruption can cause an imbalance that negatively affects the whole dental structure.

Regenerative surgery

Regenerative surgery

Some patients suffer from a severe bone deficiency, a situation that leads them to not have enough jawbone (in quality or quantity): with current regenerative surgery techniques it is possible to restore the jawbone of patients with atrophies.

Dental implants

Dental implants

Implantology is a set of surgical techniques whose purpose is to replace one or more missing teeth through medical-surgical devices called dental implants thanks to which those who have lost one or more teeth can recover the functionality and aesthetics of their mouth.

Zygomatic implants

Zygomatic implants

Zygomatic implants are a type of dental implant that is attached to the bone of the cheekbone; this alternative - with very high success rates - is used when the patient does not have enough bone to load a traditional dental implant.

Computer guided implantology

Computer guided implantology

This type of implantology allows dental implants to be placed with more precision, in less time and with a less invasive operation thanks to the use of software and three-dimensional models of the patient's mouth with which to predict possible complications and establish the stages of the operation.

Dentures

Dentures

The loss of one or more teeth is a real pathology called edentulism and can cause great functional and aesthetic discomfort: to remedy it and restore the functionality of the mouth, dental prostheses are used, which can be fixed, adhesive or mobile, depending on the needs.

Gnathology

Gnathology

Gnathology is the branch of dentistry that deals with the study of the masticatory apparatus: the gnathologist is able to precisely identify the origin of the pathology (if this is due to a masticatory problem) and set up the most appropriate therapy together with a dentist.

Professional teeth whitening

Professional teeth whitening

Professional teeth whitening allows you to recover the natural whiteness of teeth that are exposed when you smile (upper and lower incisors and canines) thanks to hydrogen peroxide which is activated through the light of a LED lamp.

Classical Orthodontics

Classical Orthodontics

Classical orthodontics involves the use of brackets attached to the teeth. These brackets are joined by a stainless steel arch and exert slight pressure on the root of the teeth, causing them to move into the desired position.

Invisible orthodontics

Invisible orthodontics

Thanks to invisible orthodontics, it is possible to undergo orthodontic treatment and thus straighten your teeth, improving your smile, chewing and speech without anyone noticing, through Invisalign transparent removable masks.

Treatments for children and adolescents

Treatments for children and adolescents

Small patients need special attention: that's why in our practice there is a pedodontist, or pediatric dentist, who knows how to take care of the mouth, teeth and gums of children in all stages of growth, until adolescence (about 15 years).

Urgencies

Urgencies

When we talk about dental urgency we mean a problem that occurs suddenly and that needs to be treated as soon as possible: if you have an urgent problem call us at 800 176606 or 029105667.

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