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Die Techniken

The techniques

the techniques

Whether visible or invisible, fixed or removable - we find the right state-of-the-art solution for everyone.
Our goal: the most comfortable and efficient way to radiant, flawless teeth!

aktive Platte

Active plate

A technique that is classically understood as a loose brace. It has a small spring element with a screw on which you can adjust the braces.
The wires influence the position of the teeth and expand the jaw.
The Active Plate is particularly suitable for smaller displacements and is mainly used for children.


Functional jaw­orthopedic devices

These include Bionator, the Twinblock, the Activator, the Advance Double Plate and the Function Regulator. These braces all work holistically and without pressure from the metal elements. By wearing them, the muscles in the mouth are stimulated so that the misalignments of the jaws are regulated by their own strength.


Gap holder

The space maintainer belongs to the family of loose braces. It is used when milk teeth are lost too early and keeps the space free for the following teeth.


Fixed braces | Brackets

Fixed braces consist on the one hand of small plates, the so-called brackets, which are bonded directly to the teeth. On the other hand, it consists of the archwire that connects the brackets and exerts permanent pressure on the teeth. In this way, good treatment results can be achieved quickly and inexpensively.

We offer the full range of this efficient correction method in our practice, including:

  • Metal brackets
  • self-alloying speed brackets
  • Sapphire brackets


Lingual technique

Here, a fixed system is attached to the inside of the teeth - making it not only discreet, but almost invisible. Another advantage is the maximum wearing comfort without an annoying feeling in the mouth.

Our practice team has a special qualification for treatment with this technology!



Aligners are removable braces made of transparent plastic that are custom-made. They are a good and inconspicuous alternative to conventional braces.
The special advantage: the aligners can be removed at any time and are very easy to clean. Even brushing your teeth can be done as usual.


Mandibular advancement splint

Patients suffering from sleep-related respiratory disorders can be helped by a so-called mandibular advancement splint, which gently holds the lower jaw forward at night. This stabilizes the airways during sleep and improves breathing. This not only affects morning fitness and restfulness, but if left untreated can also result in secondary diseases such as arterial hypertension and cardiac arrhythmias.


Intraoral scanner

For the fabrication of certain braces or also for patients who would like to bypass the classic dental impression, we can digitally record teeth, jaw bones and the bite within a few minutes using our intraoral scanner. Together with the data from our digital facebow, which records all of the patient's chewing movements, this creates your very own and perfectly fitting braces for efficient treatment.



After completion of the active treatment, the teeth are stabilized at the intended target site. This is done on the one hand with removable appliances, which are worn mainly at night during the first few months and are gradually reduced, and on the other hand with fixed retainers. These small wires behind the incisors keep your teeth in the correct position even after your treatment with us.

We offer in our practice: > Retainer
> Retention plates
> Retention rails


Precaution | Prophylaxis

Especially with fixed braces, a good mouthguard is a guarantee for the perfect treatment result. The areas around the brackets are particularly at risk, as they are more difficult to reach during daily cleaning. Bacteria can cause undisturbed damage to the tooth structure there if hygiene is inadequate. In this context, we offer the wearers of fixed braces prior sealing of the surface by means of a flouride-releasing sealing and clean the teeth in the area of the brackets when changing the archwires.

A special focus is also placed on the function and protection of the temporomandibular joints. In addition to our computer-assisted procedures, we use manual structural analyses. This involves careful palpation and examination of the temporomandibular joints including adjacent structures. In this way, undetected complaints can be identified and taken into account during treatment.

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