Salvator Mundi International Hospital in Rome Dental health becomes 4.0
Further clinical record for the Upmc Salvator Mundi International Hospital in Rome, which with the new technologized operating room is the hub of the initiative.
Dental health becomes 4.0 – Three -dimensional and holographic technology for the first time together in the operating room.
Cutting -edge technologies
Cutting -edge technologies in the service of dentistry: 3D printing guarantees tactile analysis, holographic allows the simulation of the intervention.
For the first time in Italy, a dental intervention was performed in which three -dimensional and holographic technology were joined for an increasingly avant -garde precision medicine. An ambitious milestone that was possible to reach through the recent collaboration between the professionals of the Upmc Salvator Mundi International Hospital in Rome and the team of Dr. Giuseppe Cicero, a paradontic dentist specialist with an important international experience behind him, in order to offer care Dentist little invasive by benefiting from the most recent technologies. The 3D printing, in fact, offers the opportunity of tactile analysis, while holographic allows a real representation of the patient bone and the simulation of the intervention.
The graft between the UPMC experience and the latest technologies
“The graft between the UPMC experience and the latest innovative technologies represents a winning formula to offer precise, safe and personalized treatments. 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 goal to honor through collaborations with excellence recognized in every area “comments Giovanni Vizzini, medical director, Upmc Salvator Mundi International Hospital.
With 3D printing
“With 3D printing we manage to improve diagnoses and limit clinical errors to the maximum, creating surgery increasingly made to measure. With the holographic technique it becomes possible to enter within anatomical structures, with an increase in the success rate of therapies and a decrease in intraoperative clinical errors – Dr. Giuseppe Cicero underlines.- It is an avant -garde and particularly stimulating frontier, towards which we are engaged in a profitable collaboration to identify innovative and concretely applicable solutions “.
An approach 4.0 to safeguard dental health
The search for increasingly effective avant -garde solutions, in dentistry and periodontology, is the focus of the new collaboration: an approach 4.0 to safeguard dental health, allowing the patient who requires a plant the opportunity to go back to chewing and smiling freely and therefore to improve the quality of his life. The Upmc Salvator Mundi International Hospital, hub of the new initiative, has also equipped itself with a new operating room, completely renovated and equipped with the latest technologies.
The program intervenes on dental bone regeneration: the response for all those patients who do not have an adequate structure on which to implant titanium grafts. “Dental bone regeneration is now part of the modern surgical techniques that aim to increase the bone volume of the arches once the loss of the dental elements has occurred – explains Dott. Giuseppe Cicero – In cases where the bone is lacking or completely absent, it is necessary to resort to this type of procedure in order to restore a correct chewing and aesthetic function “.