How is orthognathic surgery planned?

Tag:

Planificación 3D

How is orthognathic surgery planned?

The Maxillofacial Institute was the first European center to introduce three-dimensional planning of surgeries. Through the introduction of the intraoral surface scanner, the CBCT or low radiation cone beam scanner and the latest generation 3D software, we carry out the analysis of each case, completely in situ, and with millimeter precision. Thus, the planning process...

Interview with Doctor Hernández Alfaro in La Razón

Last October 23, Dr. Federico Hernández Alfaro was interviewed for the segment 'A tu Salud' of the newspaper La Razón, to talk about orthognathic surgery, a procedure that is little known, despite being the treatment indicated to correct conditions that affect a large part of society In the interview, Dr. Hernández Alfaro talks among other...

7 advantages of digitalization in oral treatments

The use of digital technology in the field of dentistry is a reality that is already giving very positive results for the patient in terms of quality, comfort and speed. The intraoral cameras, the 3D radiological equipment, as well as the patient management and communication software, allow an almost complete digitalization of the treatment process of...

Dental veneers: porcelain or composite?

Also known as dental facets, dental veneers are basically very thin cosmetic sheets that cover the visible part of the tooth. Its function is mainly aesthetic, allowing the correction of: Broken or fractured teeth Gaps between the teeth Small or large teeth Poorly positioned teeth Coloring problems (stains, yellow teeth, etc.) As for the materials,...