Our oral surgery practice is fully digitalized. For our patients, this means advantages through process reliability by means of digitalization in diagnostics, planning, execution, and control. For our patients, this means advantages through process reliability by means of digitalization in diagnostics, planning, execution, and control.
All digitalized procedures used in our practice serve to optimize the process of individual treatment procedures. This begins with precise digital X-ray diagnostics. On the basis of this, we can plan upcoming operations down to the smallest detail using computer-simulated interventions. This enables us, among other things, to compare contraindications electronically and to find individually adapted solutions for our patients, even in difficult initial situations. We then perform the planned procedure accurately and safely using digital procedural techniques. The security that we, as physicians, gain from digitalized processes also contributes to a high level of patient safety and has a clear influence on a positive course of treatment and healing.