Tracey Bell, Isle of Man is pleased to introduce our new dentist Dr Razvan Savu, with 13 years experience in cosmetic dentistry and root canal treatment under the microscope.
Dr Razvan Savu is an experienced restorative dentist who has a special interest in endodontic (Root Canal treatments), Cosmetic Dentistry and Dental implantology.
Dr Bell said, “It is a great pleasure to introduce and work together with an experienced and well known face of European dentistry. With his broad vision, passion and technical skills in dentistry, he is a real asset to the clinic and patients.”
Dr Savu brings many new technologies and treatments to the island and to UK dentistry and starts with root canal treatments under the microscope which greatly improves their standard and quality.
He will work from the Ramsey practice with weekly appointments also available in the Tracey Bell Douglas Practice for endodontic treatments.
Dr Savu said, “It is extremely exciting to work with such a professional team which is totally dedicated to its patients and determined to give the best care possible. I look forward to putting all my dental knowledge into Tracey Bell clinics and to treating and making all the patients happy”.
The Tracey Bell group will introduce digital dentistry and specialist services within the next 6 months. The practices are situated in Douglas, Ramsey with a new site due to open in Casletown in 2015.
Digital dentistry involves the introduction of CAD /CAM an acronym for computeraided design/computeraided manufacturing. It has been used for decades in the manufacturing industry to produce precision tools, parts and automobiles. It has been increasingly incorporated into dentistry over the past 20 years.
As the materials and technology available for CAD/CAM dentistry have improved over the years, so too have the restorations that patients can receive from this form of dentistry. Today’s CAD/CAM restorations are betterfitting, more durable and more natural looking (multicolored and translucent, similar to natural teeth) than previously machined restorations.
Dental CAD/CAM technology is available for dental practices and dental laboratories, enabling dentists and their staff (or a laboratory technician) to design restorations on a computer screen. The CAD/CAM computer displays a 3D custom image of patient’s prepared tooth or teeth obtained by digitally capturing the preparations with an optical scanner. Alternatively, the 3D images can be obtained by scanning a traditional model obtained from conventional impressions of the preparations.
The Tracey Bell Clinic is also to install the first CT Bone Bean scanner for dental diagnostics on the Isle of Man.
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