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Professional equipment

TomograPH CS9300

We use a CS 9300 tomograph in our work – a highly functional radiological imaging system. The Intelligent Dose Control System allows for optimal adjustment of radiation dose to the type of examination, thereby minimizing patient exposure to X-rays. Detailed information about the CS 9300 tomograph can be found on the manufacturer’s official website: http://www.optident.pl/cs-9300.

Morita Dentaport

The electronic apex locator is a device that enables fully precise determination of the length of root canals. Unlike traditional methods using X-ray images (an image with an instrument), the measurement made with an apex locator precisely indicates the working length of the root canals. The device does not emit X-rays, making it completely safe for the patient. More information about the Morita Dentaport apex locator can be found on the manufacturer’s official website: http://www.morita.com/asia/cms/website.php?id=/en/products/dental/endodontic_systems/dentaport_zx.html.

Amann Girbach Articulator and Facebow

The articulator and facebow are specialized accessories used in prosthodontics, ensuring full cooperation between the dentist, patient, and dental technician. The articulator simulates the function of the temporomandibular joints and is used in extensive prosthetic reconstructions (such as the replacement of many teeth or reconstruction of heavily damaged tooth surfaces) as well as in the treatment of functional disorders of the temporomandibular joints. The facebow, on the other hand, is used to copy the position of the jaws relative to the joints and to transfer this position to the dental laboratory. Detailed information on the Amann Girbach articulator and facebow can be found on the manufacturer’s official website: http://www.sklep.natrodent.pl/manufacturer/amann-girrbach.

Nikon R1C1

The Nikon D7000 camera set, Nikkor AF-S 105 Macro VR lens, and the wireless flash kit designed for macro photography R1C1 are used to create photographic documentation of the initial state of the patient’s teeth. It enables communication with the patient, the dental laboratory technician, and is also used for comparing and evaluating treatment progress. Patient photos help in designing an aesthetic smile in line with aesthetic principles.

Leica microscope

The LEICA M320 dental microscope, used especially during root canal treatment and in prosthodontics, allows for the visualization of invisible details of dental anatomy. It is used to locate root canal orifices, remove canal obstructions, and for precise filling placement. The HD image allows for the detection of cavities, enamel cracks, and small changes in the periodontium that are not visible to the naked eye.

In addition, the integrated camera allows for recording images and videos which can be used to inform the patient of the progress of their treatment. For more details about the LEICA dental microscope, please visit the manufacturer’s official web

Sirona point X-ray

Intraoral point X-ray equipment is used to take high-quality X-ray images. Equipped with a high-frequency generator, it reproduces even the smallest details of the teeth, allowing for precise treatment planning. Compared to traditional solutions, the SIRONA brand device increases patient safety during X-ray imaging by reducing radiation doses by 20% for X-ray films and 90% in digital radiology. Detailed information about Sirona’s point X-ray equipment can be found on the manufacturer’s official website: http://www.sirona.pl/pl/kontakt/polish-area/

Computer-assisted anesthesia

The Wand Plus

The Wand technology enables safe and completely painless administration of anesthesia prior to dental procedures.

Dentists using The Wand use safe and tested anesthetic preparations – the same ones used in traditional anesthesia applications. The applicator tips of The Wand allow the dentist to safely and painlessly administer anesthesia to the patient. During the administration of the anesthetic, the anesthetic fluid penetrates into the tissues of the gums, creating an anesthetized area that eliminates the pain caused by the needle touching the gum tissue.

The benefits of using The Wand include maximum comfort for the patient both during and after the procedure. The Wand eliminates the occurrence of partial facial paralysis that is characteristic of dental anesthesia administered with a syringe. As a result, after the procedure, the patient can eat, speak and smile normally.