The dental clinic offers functional, comfortable, and elegant spaces for a pleasant waiting experience and attentive care.
Dr. Rogé's team operates in private consultation and intervention spaces where treatments combining tradition and innovation are performed.
The clinic has modern facilities, a surgical room, ten dental chairs, a prosthetic laboratory, multiple waiting rooms, a rest area, and a conference room.
We judiciously utilize technological advancements (such as scanning, prosthetic design, and computer-aided manufacturing) by integrating them with proven techniques (conventional impressions, work under a microscope, wax-up, ceramic layering, etc.).
Nous pensons que cette interaction est la clé de la réussite fonctionnelle et esthétique de nos réalisations prothétiques.
Laboratory technicians and ceramists make their expertise and passion available to you by creating, through morpho-chromatic artistry, prosthetic teeth that closely resemble natural teeth in appearance.
Communication is now a crucial phase in the implementation of the treatment plan. Listening, information, and education are at the core of the aesthetic project. It is essential to first define what the patient wants, what is desirable for the patient, and what the dentist can achieve. This approach should not be passive; it should not merely respond to a conditioned request but should be educative.
The presentation of numerous clinical cases and anticipatory simulations through imaging serves as an effective means to align the desired with the desirable.
Numerous radiology equipment is available to patients for immediate diagnosis and coordinated treatment based on various radiological examinations: CT scans, panoramic radiographs, imaging. 3D technology allows for the precise detection of certain lesions that are difficult to identify with conventional techniques.
The dental clinic has several decontamination rooms as well as a centralized room exclusively dedicated to sterilization.
Technological advances, the rise and popularization of implantology, the reliability and aesthetic performance of adhesive restorations, the use of microscopes... have revolutionized our therapeutic approach. While this has significantly contributed to improving the quality of treatments, it has also pushed the human factor into the background. It is fundamental that our therapeutic decisions and prosthetic achievements result from reflection and expertise. Materials and technologies should not govern our practice. Preserving the uniqueness of the patient, both in terms of aesthetics and physiology, remains at the center of our concerns.
Dental Art or Dental Sciences, realism or artifice, customization or standardization, these are all dilemmas that highlight the philosophical dimension of our profession. Our ambition is to offer prosthetic rehabilitations that uphold values of realism, prioritize aesthetic integration, and reveal a unique and evolving beauty.
This highly personal vision rejects the cult of whiteness and symmetry, aiming to assert a natural aesthetic. In this perspective, communication with the patient plays a crucial role. It is our goal to educate in order to convince: teeth are not white! Their color, texture, and shape evolve throughout life, and wanting to represent them in a stereotypical and timeless manner compromises the aesthetic integration of our prosthetic rehabilitations. Respect for the uniqueness and identity of each of our patients constitutes, in a way, our DNA.