3d and x-ray machine orthophos xg 5

3D computed tomography

We use a digital X-ray machine for panoramic 2D / 3D tomography of the entire jaw and jaw joints. The dental tomography we create has exceptional image quality and extremely low radiation doses.

The 3D computed tomography is ideal for X-ray examinations of both adults and children. The image generation takes place in real-time, with the data generated by the device being immediately sent to a computer where an overview of the image is prepared. An X-ray examination of the patient before a treatment plan is created allows an accurate diagnosis to be made, facilitates the treatment process, and ensures the effectiveness of the treatment.

inner 3d image of mouth on a screen

3D intraoral scanner

In dentistry, a 3D intraoral scanner is used to accurately create digital dental impressions. Dental scans are performed using a small instrument with cameras that allow the dentist to scan the entire oral cavity and create a 3D image of it.

An accurate 3D surface model allows the dentist to inspect the patient’s teeth and gums in extreme detail. This 3D image is then sent to a laboratory where dental technicians use it to produce highly accurate, durable, and high-quality individual prostheses.

A digital scan of a patient’s mouth takes just a few minutes and since no impression trays are used for scanning, we avoid the unpleasant sensations caused by them, and there is no need to wait for the print material to dry.

microscope on table


The success of dental treatment is based on accuracy. The human eye is quite accurate, but it is the magnification of modern equipment that allows dentists to see the object down to the smallest detail.

Magnifying dental glasses provide better resolution (produce more accurate images), higher image contrast, and a wide field of view. For dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants, this type of dental optics allows them to perform procedures accurately and efficiently as well as reduces their fatigue and protects them against chronic back diseases (requires less bending).

A dental microscope expands the possibilities of visualisation more than other types of magnification devices, especially in the treatment of dental root canals, and is frequently used in microsurgery. The surgical area is illuminated using a special light source inside the microscope. The microscope can also be connected to the second set of eyepieces, so the operation can also be tracked by a dental assistant.

anesthesia machine

Anaesthetic machine

The anaesthetic machine combines highly efficient ventilation, ease of use, reliability, plenty of space for additional equipment and easy integration into any type of dental operation.

A powerful and automated ventilation system, without the use of compressed gas, ensures a safer and healthier anaesthesia process. This system is ideal for anaesthesia in both adults and children. Advanced safety features include the emergency shutdown, dynamic automated compensation, and the ability to manually ventilate even when the power is off. All these benefits allow our dentists to perform high-quality, safe and comfortable treatment for our patients.

microscope on table

Dental chairs

A quality dental chair should address two issues at once – ensuring patient comfort and improving the doctor’s performance. The innovative dental chairs used in our clinics deal with these tasks perfectly and ensure that patients feel relaxed during the procedure.

Numerous automatic chair repositioning functions allow our dentists to perform procedures comfortably, which leads to accurate and high-quality results. Built-in instrument holders and additional features speed up the treatment process. Patients undergo procedures faster and easier, while doctors work efficiently and serve more clients in a day.