3D printing and holographic technique for ever safer and more precise dental procedures

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For the first time in Italy, a dental intervention where they joined the three-dimensional technique is that holographic, for a medicine of precision more and more avant-garde. Let’s find out all the details of this incredible milestone together.

The first dental intervention with holographic and 3D technique

This is an ambitious goal that has been possible to achieve through the recent collaboration among the professionals ofUPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital of Rome and the team of Dr. Giuseppe Cicero, a periodontist dentist with an important international experience behind him.

3D printing offers the opportunity for atactile analysis, while theholography allows one real representation of the bone of the patient and the simulation of the intervention. Giovanni Vizzini, the Medical Director of UPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital, stated:

“The combination of UPMC’s experience and the latest innovative technologies represents a winning formula for offering precise, safe and personalized care. Specifically, the use of 3D printing and holograms intervenes on a fundamental aspect. Communication with the patient, a delicate phase in which the foundations are laid for a relationship of trust. Defining new paradigms, offering efficient and practical solutions, remains for us a crucial objective to be honored through collaborations with recognized excellence in every area “.

Doctor Cicero’s statement

Doctor Giuseppe Cicero instead he underlined:

“With 3D printing we are able to improve diagnoses and minimize clinical errors. In this way, an increasingly tailor-made surgery is created. With the holographic technique it becomes possible to enter anatomical structures, with an increase in the success rate of therapies and a decrease in intraoperative clinical errors. It is a cutting-edge and particularly stimulating frontier, towards which we are committed to a fruitful collaboration to identify innovative and concretely applicable solutions “.

The search for increasingly effective cutting-edge solutions in dentistry and periodontology is the focus of the new collaboration. It’s a 4.0 approach to safeguard dental health. Thanks to it, the patient who needs an implant is offered the possibility to chew and smile freely.

UPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital, hub of the new initiative, has also equipped itself with a new operating room. The hall is completely renovated ed equipped with the latest technologies.

The program intervenes on dental bone regeneration and is the answer for all those patients who they do not have adequate bone structure on which to implant the titanium grafts.

To conclude, Dr. Cicero revealed: “Dental bone regeneration is today one of the modern surgical techniques that aim to increase the bone volume of the arches once the loss of the dental elements has occurred. In cases where the bone is deficient or completely absent, it is necessary to resort to this type of procedure in order to re-establish a correct chewing and aesthetic function “.