Innovations

Computer-assisted anesthetizations

znieczulenie komputeroweWe offer painless, computer-assisted anesthetizations. The Wand TM is a computerized device for the purpose of administering anesthetic before actual stomatologic treatment takes place – without the need for syringe injections at all! The revolutionary technological solutions make the anesthetizations with this device completely painless. This effect is due to a microprocessor chip taking strict control of the rate the anesthetic is administered to a patient – the anesthetic is supplied under low pressure, so that it does not irritate the affected tissues and thus does not cause any pain.

The anesthetizations made with The Wand TM are gradually and smoothly absorbed by the patients’ bodies, while those made with traditional anesthetic injections tend to be made under great pressures into the affected tissues, which causes significant irritations.

 

 

The Damon System treatment

We are one of the very few dental healthcare centers in the market to offer the brand new Damon fixed appliance treatment.system Damona

The self-ligating Damon brackets system works on the basis of the hi-tech slide mechanism, which reduces friction. It allows for faster and more gentle movement of teeth, which greatly increases the comfort of orthodontic treatments experienced by patients. With the Damon System employed the length of treatment decreases in the vast majority of orthodontic patients’ cases – in comparison to treatments using traditional brackets. Most patients can be successfully treated without the need for any extractions (permanent and complete removals of teeth) whatsoever or the insertion of any extra appliances. Another great advantage of the Damon System is the lack of traditional ligatures – allowing for easier cleaning of fixed appliances and easier overall mouth hygiene maintenance throughout the orthodontic treatment.

Digital RVG

cyfrowe rvgThe modern Digital Radiovisiography (RVG) apparatus that we employ enables us to reduce the radiation intake by patients by up to 90%! As an added benefit, it provides an X-ray image immediately after it has been taken. It is an advanced alternative method to the dated traditional analog radiography.

All X-ray images obtained with Digital Radiovisiography are extremely detailed and provide sharp contrast graphics, showing all the data relevant for an in-depth stomatological diagnosis. Currently the Digital Radiovisiography is the safest existing method of taking X-ray teeth images.