Juan Carlos Borgatta
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Technological Innovation in Healthcare

By Juan Carlos Borgatta | Wed, 05/04/2022 - 17:00

Technology today is the greatest generator of changes in the way we live and work. Medicine (and in general all health-related topics) are immersed in a continuous updating where the limits are unimaginable and have a direct impact on the increase in the quality of life of humanity. We will live longer, we may overcome diseases that are currently the most common causes of death and most importantly, they will be prevented, detected and managed in a better way.

In orthodontic dental care, technology is the tool that improves and enables diagnoses. It is supported by 3D images and software with treatment prediction that allows the mapping of various paths to bring an aesthetic and functional smile to patients before performing it in their mouths.

There are two types of digital orthodontic treatments: smart braces and aligners. To bring those services to patients, the specialist relies on companies like Borgatta to avoid making a high investment in software or 3D printers, along with the support of almost 50 years of expertise in the market and a Continuous Education division that constantly trains the specialist to be at the cutting edge and offer a wide range of options to the patient according to their needs.

Some people might think that technology is going to replace the dental health specialist but, actually, it is going to be the opposite since their combination creates the best formula:

technology + knowledge of dental specialists = teamwork. 

Both the specialist and the patient benefit greatly. The professional can make decisions that are more effective while communicating with the patient in a clear way: how his treatment will be developed, how long it will take, what he will experience during the treatment and, most importantly, gain his confidence to start the path to his new smile.

The patient will forget about treatments they must attend every 30 days as the appointments are much more spaced out, up to 90 days, without affecting the progress of your treatment. It is much more comfortable and the duration can be reduced up to more than 30 percent.

A well-cared-for smile brings aesthetic, functional and health benefits to a patient but it also generates something intangible and truly powerful in a person: security and self-confidence.

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