Limits are important, but they're meant to be overcome!

You're free to think of the digital revolution as you wish,  but digital technologies have changed our world and overcome limitations in many areas. This is true in dentistry, as well. Computer technology plays to its strengths not only in dental planning and diagnosis, but also in the production of dental crowns and bridges.

If we take an implant treatment as an example, the advantages of computer-assisted treatment quickly become clear: With low-radiation, 3-D digital diagnostics, your dentist can make an accurate picture of the course of treatment before treatment begins. We dental technicians then use this 3-D data to create the optimal plan for your prosthetic restoration. The crowns and bridges (the visible part of your new teeth) are precision milled from high-tech dental ceramic using CAD/CAM technology based on the digital scan data.