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Anaesthetics

Many of the operations performed under anaesthesia are ambulatory. This helps reduce stress and anxiety for the patient. Thanks to modern methods, it possible to optimally control the duration of anaesthesia. Particular attention is paid to a pleasant recovery phase – without the risk of nausea. Our experienced anaesthetist and the practice equipment with state-of-the-art devices guarantee a smooth course during anaestesia.

Augmentation

Bone augmentation reinforces insufficient jawbone volume in order to give dental implants strong, long-term support. The bone graft used to build the bone can be either the patient’s own bone material or bone graft substitutes.

Bone splitting/ Bone spreading

This technique is applied when the jawbone is not thick enough. It is used to carefully split the bone and slowly expand the area between the separated bone pieces so that implants can be placed and the empty space can be filled with bone.

Dental cystectomy and cystostomy

Cysts are unnatural cavities in the jaw bone which contain fluids and must be removed.

Helbo Laser Therapy

Antimicrobial photodynamic therapy for treatment of bacterial infections, e.g. for peri-implantitis, periodontitis and infected wounds. A special dye solution (photosensitizer) adheres to the bacterial membrane. Laser light induces the generation of active, singlet oxygen which damages the bacterial membrane and, by doing so, destroys the bacteria.

Implanted and misaligned teeth

An implanted tooth has not reached the occlusal plane after full root development.
There are different degrees of retention: while a fully-impacted tooth is completely covered by mucous membrane, a partially impacted tooth is partly visible. If a tooth is in an atypical position, it is misaligned tooth (canines are quite often affected). Exposure measures with subsequent bracketing make it possible to successfully move these teeth to the desired position.

If a tooth is in an atypical position, it is misaligned tooth (canines are quite often affected). Exposure measures with subsequent bracketing make it possible to successfully move these teeth to the desired position.

Implanted or misaligned wisdom teeth

There is often insufficient space in the jaw for wisdom teeth to grow into their correct place in the tooth alignment. These wisdom teeth can cause pain and inflammation or even damage adjacent teeth making their removal necessary.

Implantology

A branch of dentistry concerned with the placement of dental implants in the jawbone. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium that usually have a helical form. They are embedded in the jawbone and serve as the foundation for the attachment of tooth replacements or provide firm support for prostheses.

Piezosurgery

Method for the gentle and safe treatment of bones with ultrasound. Soft tissues (e.g. nerves and blood vessels) are not damaged even in the event of unintentional contact. This atraumatic (less invasive) procedure has a positive effect on healing wounds.

Sinus lift operations

Bone augmentation method for the posterior upper jaw area. The sinus floor separates the maxillary sinus and the oral cavity. If it is too thin to support implants, it can be reinforced in an operative procedure. A special technique is used to fill the maxillary sinus with bone material so that implants can be securely anchored.