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Biomimetic Rehabilitation is dedicated to the restoration of masticatory, phonetic and aesthetic function, in a conservative way.
In this context, we can highlight the use of adhesive dentistry techniques using composite resins and indirect restorations such as ceramic crowns and dental veneers.


Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry dedicated to correcting the positioning of teeth and jaws. Misaligned teeth do not allow for proper hygiene to be maintained so easily and can also cause temporomandibular joint disorders, headaches and back pain.
At our Clinic we use early and minimally invasive intervention techniques, highlighting self-ligating fixed appliances (Damon System) and invisible aligners (Smilers).


This area is dedicated to the evaluation, planning and placement of dental implants.
Dental implants are currently the most effective technique for replacing
of lost teeth, restoring aesthetics and function in an efficient way.
In a simple way, we can say that implants are “artificial roots” placed in the jaws, functioning as support pillars for single crowns and fixed or removable, partial or total bridges.


Prevention is actually the most conservative approach of all as it prevents problems from arising.
In childhood and adolescence, various preventive techniques can be used, from the sealing of the teeth, to reduce the appearance of cavities, to interceptive orthodontics, with the aim of preventing early deformation of the dental arches.
In adults, bacterial plaque removal techniques and hygiene care advice can prevent various intra-oral and systemic pathologies.


At a time when more and more studies are showing the link between various systemic diseases and manifestations or diseases in the oral cavity, this area of Dentistry gains special relevance.
We highlight the diagnosis of oral cancer, for which our team is particularly qualified. As part of the PIPCO (Early Intervention Project in Oral Cancer), from the DGS, we can provide a fundamental service in the screening of a pathology that affects a significant number of people and is responsible for a high mortality rate.


In our Clinic we have technologies that help us to offer a more efficient, less invasive and more precise treatment to our patients.
The use of the intraoral camera facilitates the diagnosis of caries lesions or soft tissue pathologies.
The intra-oral scanner allows providing the patient with treatments in a less invasive, more accurate and efficient way. This technology can be used for aesthetic planning, with the aid of Digital Smile Design (DSD), as well as making study impressions (molds) and for making prostheses, orthodontic aligners, occlusal gutters or surgical guides.