Implantology is the branch of dentistry that involves the replacement of missing teeth with artificial roots inserted into the bone.
The term periodontology indicates that branch of dentistry that studies the tissues of the periodontium and related diseases.
Dental prostheses (both mobile and fixed) are useful not only in the case of a total lack of teeth, but also to replace single teeth or severely damaged groups of teeth.
InvisalignⓇ is an innovative orthodontic therapy with a series of almost invisible and removable aligners. The clear face masks look a lot like the mouthguards used by athletes, but were made from extremely tough medical grade plastics.
Orthodontics is that branch of dentistry that deals with preventing and treating misalignments, growth disorders and developmental defects both of the dentition and of the jaw bones: all conditions that determine not only an alteration of the aesthetics of the smile, but also the function of the masticatory system.
Endodontics is the dental branch that involves the treatment of the endodontum, that is the space inside each individual tooth where the dental pulp resides (consisting of cells, blood vessels and nerves).