Welcome to our client-tour through our modern dental practice. We have set great value in the furnishing of our practice to create a homelike atmosphere. Modern technology and an extensive digitized integration of our work processes are important for our quality standards. A digital x-ray system, a digital intraoral-camera (the camera is so small that it can be used oral) as well as a digital single reflex camera) make us independent from paper and help us with interdisciplinary clarifications.
Tour through this page:
Reading room (In our practice you do not wait)
Examination room dentist
Examination room dental hygienist
Refreshment room customers
Team break room team
Digital x-ray system
Appointment-cards - linked digital practice
Communication center at the dentist's chair
On this page we will show you impressions of our practice.
The best x-ray since Professor Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen discovered the x-rays in 1895. Digital x-ray is smoothly integrated into the work process. Without darkroom and without any loss of time the pin sharp x-ray photograph reaches the monitor of the dentist's chair in real time.
Thanks to state-of-the-art technology and latest sensors the x-ray exposure is minimal. The radiance factor is reduced by about 90% compared with conventional, analog x-ray systems.
Digital x-ray has important advantages both for you as customer and the dentist:
- Reduced exposure to x-ray
- Faster availability of the photograph and thus no waiting time
- Better diagnosis (The photographs can be enlarged)
- Less administrative work
- Simple comunication for interdisciplinary clarifications
Digital x-ray photographs can be revised and in many cases make a diagnosis easier. With the possibility to enlarge only sections of a photograph, even small decalcifications, pre-stages of caries, can be detected.
If you are in the possesion of non-digital x-ray photographs from your former dentist, please bring them with you. We will be able to scan them and return them to you at the end of your session.
Today a modern dentist must fulfill the highest demands for security and appear in a professional manner. We have to have the entire workflow under control just like any othe modern firm.
How about a simple example from our everyday life?
We just had a pleasant and jovial conversation with you and are loughing about something trivial from last Wednesday. Good, now let us make your next appointment. How about next Tuesday? Yes, that would be fine. So on the appointment card the next Tuesday is entered. In the agenda however, we by mistake enter next Wednesday as Wednesday is still is present in our mind. An unforgivable mistake, but one that happened.
Every mistake that happens in our practice will be analyzed. If we find a way to prevent this mistake in the future by implementing new security guidelines or technology, we will certainly do so.
As a consequence from the incident with the appoinment cards, we are now entering all appointments into a digital agenda. The entered appoinment is then printed out onto your appoinment card. Transcription errors can not happen again.
The big monitors at the dentist's chair are perfectly suited to show and explain the single steps of treatment to you.
Thanks to the integrated intra oral camera unsufficient demonstrations with the hand mirror are a thing of the past.
Also digital x-ray photographs can be explained a lot easier. By enlarging the photographs also very small cavities can be detected.
In the case of bleaching treatments in our practice, the waiting time can be bypassed by watching a movie.
Your safety is very important to us. We have reserved an extra ten minutes after every appointment to desinfect all the instruments and exposed surfaces.
In our practice we only use instrument-trays (containers). Consequently no instruments lie around loosely in drawers. Thus there is no risk that instruments used during your appointment have been contaminated with bacteria from the previous patient. In the drawers you will only find packed and sterile spare instruments. On the picture below you can see an open and a closed instrument-tray.