Our technologies

which means dentistry of the 21st century

At DenticaCenter, we combine qualifications, experience, empathy, and the potential of new technologies to provide patients with the best dental care. In their daily work, our dentists use modern devices, thanks to which diagnostics and treatment are more effective, and the results are more predictable. As a result, we provide safe methods to give you a beautiful smile.

Learn about the technologies we use.

Global A3 microscope

Today, a dental microscope is an indispensable tool of every dentist. We usually use it during endodontic (root canal) treatment, but also in complicated cases of conservative treatment. Very high magnification enables precise preparation and filling of root canals. To ensure maximum comfort of our patients, we have two microscopes, which significantly shortens the time of the visit and allows for precise execution of the procedure.

Endo It

During endodontic (root canal) treatment, we work with Endo It or Endo Pilot for mechanical enlargement of root canals, using mainly the FlexMaster and MTwo systems. When widening the root canals, we also use an endometer, which helps to precisely determine their length.

3D Intraoral Scanner

A high-class intraoral scanner has a broad range of applications in prosthodontics, orthodontics, and implantology. Taking virtual impressions using this technology gives the Patient a sense of comfort and reduces the time of the visit at the dentist.

We usually take impressions using an intraoral scanner in patients who suffer from masticatory disorders. This guarantees both perfect prosthetic work, as well as better planning of implant treatment. Classic impressions taken with the use of an impression tray carry a high risk of error. However, with modern impressions taken with a scanner, the risk of error is almost eliminated.

CS 8100 CBCT Scanner

This innovative X-ray machine enables full dental diagnostics. Digital extraoral imaging technology is a versatile radiological system that enables to take high-quality tomographic, pantomographic and periapical images, images of the temporomandibular joints (TMJ), as well as images of maxillary sinuses.

X-ray machine

In our Centre, we use a modern X-ray machine that enables full dental diagnostics. Digital extraoral imaging system enables to take high-quality pantomographic and periapical images, images of temporomandibular joints (TMJ), as well as images of maxillary sinuses. With the advanced 2D+ feature, it is possible to perform thin-layer scans for “3D-like” examinations.

Computer anaesthesia

Sleeper is a computer-controlled and syringe-free device for administering anaesthesia before dental treatment. The solutions used in the device make administering an anaesthesia painless for the patient. All thanks to the microprocessor which controls the speed of fluid administration.

Additionally, before administering anaesthesia, a special anaesthetic gel is applied to the injection site. The anaesthetic is administered under low pressure. This way, it does not tear the tissues, and the treatment is painless.

Moreover, after computer anaesthesia, the patient does not feel numbness of the face, as is the case with standard needle anaesthesia.

Inhalatory sedation with nitrous oxide

Sedation is a reduction in the activity of the central nervous system, which can be described as a state of physical relaxation obtained by inhaling a mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen.

During the administration of nitrous oxide, the patient is actively aware, may feel drowsy, and at the same time ceases to feel tension and anxiety.

Sedation is aimed at calming a patient who feels strong fear of dental treatment and of standard needle anesthesia.

In addition, it is used in patients suffering from nervous hyperactivity and patients with:

Asthma – sedation reduces stress, which can increase the risk of an attack.
Epilepsy – as with asthma, sedation reduces the risk of an attack.
Heart disease, hypertension – sedation reduces anxiety, which can cause increased blood pressure.