Technology - González Tuñón

TECHNOLOGY

State-of-the-art technology

It is undeniable that technological innovation helps our professional team to develop their functions more and more. The advancements in computing have made it possible for dentists to use these devices for better diagnosis, in a shorter time and without any unnecessary pain..

Highlights

For your concern

Orthopantomography

It is a radiological technique that allows us to capture a general image of the teeth and jaw on a single film. It is used to perform an analysis of the deciduous teeth, observation of permanent germs and location on the dental arch, study bone and dental disorders.

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Skull Teleradiography

A radiology technique that provides us with a side view of the patient's head. It allows us to study any facial growth: repeats and reproduces the patient’s bone structure, superimposing images to study its growth.

Diagnosis of possible special pathologies: such as dilacerations, traumas, adenoid hypertrophy, etc.

Evaluation of the nasopharyngeal space. Diagnosis of craniofacial anomalies (class II, class III...)

Follow up and evaluation of the results obtained with any prescribed treatment.

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Temporomandibular joint radiographs

Allows us to determine the position of the jaw in relation to the skull, and provides us with an approach for the diagnosis of the state of the patient’s temporomandibular joints.

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Scanner

The use of a scanner means that we can obtain detailed and accurate information, which immeasurably improves the quality of our diagnosis and treatments.

These 3D digital images provide a true representation of the anatomy of our patients, which means we are able to uncover the real condition of the bone mass, specify measures, observe structures from different angles and observe details that would otherwise be invisible with two dimensional X-rays, and these are just some of the many possibilities it offers.

Our scanner is not like a conventional hospital scanner. Its outputs are greater than those of other scanners, and the time required for the exploration is also much lower, only 14 seconds.

One of its latest advances is that it emits only a minimal dosage of radiation - much lower than other medical scanners. Beneficial if you consider that the protocol for paediatric exploration establishes that a child should only receive half the dosage that an adult receives.

One of the big surgical advances is that, without the need to bother patients, a complete and complex surgical implant procedure can be accurately simulated, with all the time required for its analysis.

All information gathered is then recorded on a large database controlled by a large singular Server connected to 36 computers that are networking, which provide us with fast and easy access to information from any clinic and at all times.

Its accuracy improves diagnosis and helps us to perform less invasive and more accurate treatments.

realizar tratamientos mínimamente invasivos y certeros.

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Digital X-rays

These consist of electronic sensors that are sensitive to X-rays, placed in a similar way to a regular X-ray. This sensor is connected to a computer that will create an X-ray image, which will be visualized on the screen immediately.

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Whitening Laser

The word LASER is the acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.

This system strengthens the effect of the whitening agent to achieve results faster. The laser combines a system that transmits visible light, made up of light that is visible by blue diodes and three lower powered lasers to help to control the hypersensitive reaction that some patients may experience with this type of treatment.

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Microscope

The microscope allows for a higher illumination and increases the visual field.

Microscopes allow us to work in a more accurate way without damaging the surrounding tissues and help us to obtain better functioning and aesthetical results. Postsurgical pain is slighter and the recovery process is quicker.

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