Capsule endoscopy is a non-invasive examination that allows the patient to scan the gastrointestinal tract through the ingestion of a capsule of magnitude similar to an antibiotic (with the help of a lot of water). To date, the endoscopic videocapsula, with over 1,000 publications published in multiple national and international magazines and thousands of cases treated throughout the mold, is now a consolidated reality in non-invasive intestinal diagnostics.
Colonoscopy means ‘look at the colon’. This examination allows to observe from the inside the lower part of the digestive tube consisting of rectum, sigma, colon and when indicated ileo terminal. Colonoscopy is performed by the physician in collaboration with the nurse by introducing progressively and gently through a thin flexible variable length instrument containing a small camera and one or more operating channels.
Dental implantology is a type of clinically widespread technique and has the main purpose of inserting new teeth into a patient who has suffered total or partial loss. Dental Implantology can be performed with a variety of techniques depending on the specific clinical situation the patient has.
Dental medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment of diseases affecting teeth, gums, maxillary bones (upper and lower jaw or jaw), temporomandibular joints (ATMs), glands Salivary, neuro-muscular tissues and oral mucous membranes
The Gastroenterologist is the specialist figure that deals with the study and care of diseases affecting the stomach, intestine and more generally of the entire digestive system. The Gastronterologist’s reference branch is Gastroenterology.
Gnatology is the bite science: it is therefore a study related to the way the teeth meet (occlusion) that leads to the analysis of a network of muscles that move the mandible and mandibular temporal joints; These regulate all mandibular movements such as chewing, phoning, breathing, and serration-digression.
Hemorrhoids are vascular canal structures that play an important role in maintaining fecal continence. They become pathologic when they are swollen or inflamed, causing a syndrome known as hemorrhoidal disease, which is referred to in common language by the term haemorrhoids.
Orthodontics is the branch of dental surgery that is designed to study and treat all the various abnormalities of setting up, positioning and developing teeth. The main purpose of orthodontic treatment is to restore the proper functioning of the chewing apparatus, but also to provide a pleasant esthetic result.
Osteopathy is defined as an alternative medicine aimed at restoring the state and general balance of the body, its functions and its well being through specific manipulation techniques. The term, originally, already indicates the bone pain in medicine. For example, a low bone mineral density can be reflected in areas of osteopathy. It is therefore necessary to distinguish osteopathy as a discipline from osteopathy as a pathology.
The Proctologist specialist is the specialist medical figure who deals with anorectic colon disorders. In recent years, thanks to the ever-increasing knowledge of the anatomical rectal colon, its functioning and the variety of pathologies that revolve around this world, this new specialist figure has been outlined by the Patients.
Psychology is the discipline that studies behavior and mind through the study of psychic, mental and cognitive processes in their conscious and unconscious components through the use of the scientific method or by relying on a subjective intrapersonal perspective.
Robotic colonoscopy is a colon examination performed using biomimetic robotic devices equipped with directional vision systems, able to navigate autonomously in the large intestine, interacting with the surrounding environment without overly altering geometry. Robotic colonoscopy does not replace traditional colonoscopy at this time, but it poses as an alternative tool for colonoscopy.
Transnasal Gastroscopy is a non-invasive, alternative and overlapping method of traditional examination, which is particularly annoying and therefore much better tolerated by the patient. During endoscopic exploration, lasting about 4 minutes, the patient can talk to the doctor and breathe freely from the mouth. The reduced emotional tension and short duration of the endoscopic examination also renders sedation unnecessary by improving the safety profile.
The Virtual Colonoscopy is a radiological examination that allows you to study the colon and is a mininvasive method compared to the Traditional Colonoscopy. This exam allows you to see inside our intestine, that is to observe the rectum, the sigma and the colon, without the use of any endoscopic probe, but through a virtual and very accurate reconstruction of the inside of our intestine.