AESTHETICS

DIGITAL REVERSE PLANNING

Digital reverse planning based on facial references and aesthetic principles is essential for the accurate diagnosis of the aesthetic and functional needs of the patient. It is the basis for treatment plans that involve all other areas such as dental implants, periodontics, prosthesis and esthetics.

PERIODONTICS

PERIODONTAL GUIDE

As important for the aesthetics of the smile as the correct alignment, shape and color of the teeth, is the gingival aesthetic. An aesthetic periodontal analysis is fundamental not only for patients who have gummy smile, but also for prosthetic or rehabilitative surgeries. The making of a surgical periodontal guide based on digital reverse planning, digital waxing and facial aesthetics is crucial for surgical reproduction of the ideal gingival contour from the beginning, to the end of cosmetic rehabilitation treatment.

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ORTHODONTICS

DIGITAL ORTHODONTICS

The great differential of the orthodontic treatment carried out by virtual planning is the aesthetic and functional analysis of the previous possibilities of orthodontic treatment based on aesthetic facial analysis and digital waxing. With the possibility of creating several orthodontic setups, printing digital models and making alignment plates, orthodonthic treatment becomes simplified and predictable.

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ENDODONTICS

ENDOGUIDE

Most failures in endodontic treatment are related to difficulties or errors during access to root canals. Guided Endodontic Access Planning (Endoguide) allows a better visualization of the root canal anatomy through tomographic exams and a correct orientation of the endodontic access drills with better accuracy and safety.

PROSTHESIS

CAD CAM PROSTHETIC

Based on reverse planning and digital waxing, the final CAD process is done not only within aesthetic perspectives, but through orientation of occlusal contacts and intercuspation dynamics and patient disocclusion guides for the correct functional planning of prostheses. Through printing or milling processes (CAM) it becomes real and effective the rehabilitation of the patient after all the processes of planning and treatment.

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DENTAL IMPLANTS

GUIDED SURGERY IN IMPLANTODONTICS

The ideal implant planning is based not only on the correct positioning of the implants in relation to the bone structure, but on an ideal implant emergency in relation to the prosthetic crown in the rehabilitation, which guarantees the functional stability of the abutments and screws, as well as the maintenance of the stability of the peri-implant tissues thinking about the biological and aesthetic dryness of the bone and gingival contours. The virtual planning of implants allows the overlapping of digital waxing, gingival and bone tissues and the correct planning of dimensions and positioning of the implants in relation to important anatomical structures, for the generation of a precise surgical guide for the correct installation of the implants, with time surgery and reduced postoperative morbidity.

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ORAL AND MAXILO SURGERIES

VIRTUAL PLANNING OF ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERIES

The virtual planning of orthognathic surgeries is a very important tool for the diagnosis of skeletal discrepancies and facial aesthetic alterations diagnosed through aesthetic facial planning. Simulations of bone surgeries and their consequent soft tissue changes are possible, facilitating the surgeon's planning and patient understanding of the possibilities and limitations of his case. Osteotomy and bone repositioning guides can be generated, which guarantee better predictability of surgical treatments.

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OROFACIAL

DIGITAL OROFACIAL HARMONIZATION

The correct planning and analysis of dynamics of facial mimic muscles serves as a guide to determine the correct points of application of botulinum toxin through the digital analysis of facial expressions, identifying areas of greater muscular kinetics and possible asymmetries. The Virtual Planning for harmonization allows the calculation of nasal, lip and zygomatic proportions, facilitating the indication of the use of facial fillers.