Nowadays, modern dentistry has a lot to offer and is a wide-ranging area. There is an overabundance of offers.
In order to stay up to date with the current state of knowledge in the field of recognised, so-called evidence-based dentistry, there are many possibilities nowadays. In addition to the usual training and further education such as courses and congresses, we also use many renowned and recognised professional journals, attend webinars and maintain professional exchange in medical forums.
It is not without reason that there are sayings such as: “A rolling stone gathers no moss” and
“Nothing has to be this way just because it has always been this way”.
Through my many interested years as a dentist, I have gained a lot of valuable professional experience in all areas of dentistry for you. In order to permanently expand and train my knowledge, I consider regular further education, congresses & webinars indispensable.
As a patient, you too are now increasingly informed about so-called “new” procedures in the world of (dental) medicine via the many media such as television, the internet and magazines.
But not everything that is advertised as new and modern in magazines and the media has to be good for you as a patient. It is precisely the advertising that is aimed directly at the patient that often recommends the products that the medical profession tends to view with scepticism.
Let’s not fool ourselves: We live in a world where it is more about market share and profit optimisation and unfortunately not necessarily about your health. You have to look closely and differentiate.
We therefore take great care to only work with products that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also convincing in their compatibility, durability and stability. Even if these high-quality products have their price.
A guiding principle of one of my professors was: “Always the best, if possible”.
and that’s how I still think about the choice of materials, equipment and dental laboratory.
We consider it particularly important to work in a way that conserves teeth and is gentle on the tooth substance.
“The own tooth is the better implant!” is still such a perpetual motto.
A preserved tooth does not have to be replaced (possibly expensively), a conserved tooth can serve as a pillar (instead of an expensive implant) for a combined prosthetic restoration. A natural tooth always gives the patient a better body feeling than an artificially replaced tooth.
Minimally invasive treatment is also an important point for us. Minimally invasive means working in a way that preserves tooth substance. The more healthy tooth substance is preserved, the better the restored tooth does its job. There are special instruments and devices for minimally invasive work.
Modern dentistry requires not only high-quality dental materials, but also state-of-the-art instruments and equipment. Our small dental practice is therefore equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
Your health and well-being is very important to us. We want you to feel completely comfortable and satisfied with us.
We attach great importance to patient communication. That is why we want to inform you as comprehensively and in detail as possible about your individual situation. Actively involve you in the consultation and treatment planning.
With our digital imaging technology, explanations and consultations are much easier for you to understand as a patient. This makes you feel safe and confident in the advice you receive. They are also the basis for a treatment tailored to your wishes and needs.
Thanks to the detailed images of the dental intraoral camera and the digital X-ray, we are able to present your oral situation to you in detail and thus discuss it with you in an understandable and comprehensible way.
With state-of-the-art dental technology and up-to-date dental knowledge, we enable our patients to receive high-quality treatment and healthcare in our dental clinic.
Innovative treatment concepts, sensibly planned treatments and optimal dental care enable us to keep your teeth healthy even into old age.
Tooth preservation is always in the foreground with us!