A patient who visits our Centre for the first time is asked to fill in the patient records, medical history and extensive dental history, after that a panoramic radiograph is taken – OPG, the so-called pantomogram.
Later on, a dental assistant invites the patient to the office, where a dentist continues to gather dental history. During a calm conversation the patient informs the dentist about his/her ailments and specifies the expectations.
During the first visit impressions for diagnostic models are often taken, as well as intraoral photos taken with DSLR cameras, and if necessary 3D computed tomography (CT) is applied.
In order to maintain high standards and patient satisfaction, we use all these procedures that enable us to diagnose comprehensively and establish an appropriate treatment plan.
Every treatment plan is chosen individually to fit a specific clinical situation and patient’s expectations. Toothache does not always mean the need for tooth extraction, not every deteriorated tooth must be pulled out. After a careful clinical evaluation and reviewing additional tests’ results and possibilities offered by microscopic examination we inform about the expected treatment outcome and present types of procedures that could be used.