WHAT IS GBT?
Guided Biofilm Therapy is the systematic, predictable solution for dental biofilm management in professional prophylaxis using state of the art AIRFLOW, PERIOFLOW and PIEZON technologies. It is proven by scientific evidence.
Guided Biofilm Therapy consists of treatment protocols based on individual patient diagnosis and risk assessment in order to achieve optimal results. The treatment is given in the least invasive way, with the highest level of comfort, safety and efficiency.
Guided Biofilm Therapy includes Oral Hygiene Instructions plus patient education and motivation to maintain natural teeth and implants for as long as possible.
HAIN LIFESCIENCE Molecular Diagnostics for safe therapy
The microbiological analyses with micro-Dent and micro-IDent plus enable reliable determination of periopathogenic marker bacteria.
The human genetic test GenoType IL-1 in turn detects a patient’s genetically encoded predisposition for an increased inflammatory reaction.
Together, both test systems allow a comprehensive overview of the patient’s individual situation.
Advantages of the analysis with micro-IDent & micro-IDent plus:
– the test result enables individual and successful treatment
– supports the decision for or against adjunctive antibiotic treatment
– allows the selection of the most effective drug
– over- or undertreatment is avoided
– control analyses document the treatment success
– prior to implantations, the proof of absence of bacteria helps to avoid implant loss due to peri-implant infections
LEICA DM750 compound Microscope
The ability to share, capture and archive images allows periodontal patients to view specimens obtained from their own ” intraoral” and “periodontal” infected and diseased sites. An excellent tool for patient motivation and education.
DENTAL OPERATING MICROSCOPE with 5 step magnification, beam splitter and PAL CCD Camera & LED Monitor
The advantages of the microsurgical approach to treatment has long been recognized in other surgical specialties.
The microsurgical approach in periodontal plastic surgery isdocumented as being superior to conventional methods.
Optical magnification has broadened the horizons of dentistry in general and Periodontology in particular. It has established microsurgical techniques for periodontal procedures by magnifying even minute anatomical structures, leading to enhanced mucogingival aesthetic outcomes by minimizing scarring and decreasing healing time.
PRACTICE PERFECTION SERVICES
Emily Knapman will be supporting our practice in the process of setting up and maintaining CQC compliance.