Welcome to us,

Welcome to us, Chiromax!

How does the consultation,
diagnosis and treatment of Chiromax go?

At our first meeting we ask you to provide us with some documents and information for the preparation of the personal diagnosis and treatment file:

1. The personal diagnosis and treatment file contains:

  • data from your identity card: name, surname, address, CNP;
  • the occasional medication used, respectively the permanent one;
  • personal medical history: it is important for us to know possible chronic diseases such as cardiology, respiratory, allergies, diabetes, surgery
  • your dental history regarding extractions, implants, maxillary surgery or other important events
  • addictions: alcohol, tobacco, drugs
  • your psychological history regarding the dental treatment, respectively what happened to you before in the conditions in which you turned to a dental service: were you afraid? Have you had allergies to substances? Did the noises bother you? Were there any other unpleasant particular events?

Any details you have to report regarding these aspects are very important for the quality of the medical act that we want to offer you in full comfort for you. Your openness to share with us what concerns you, what are your fears, desires, perplexities related to your dentition, helps us to have the right information to perform a professional medical act, beneficial for you, cooperative and with optimal results.

Then, according to the legal obligations, your written consent will be required:

2. The patient's agreement (or consent) is a standardized form issued in accordance with Law 95/2006 and the Code of Ethics of the dentist, art. 11 – „For the paraclinical investigations and the treatment plan, the doctor must ask the informed consent of the patient or of his legal representative. ”- form that will be signed before the actual medical act by the patient or the legal representative.

3. The investigation stage (or anamnesis) takes place based on the evaluation of the personal file and the direct contact with the patient.

The aim is to highlight the available data by objective exo and endobuccal examination, palpation, call of the teeth by direct and indirect inspection. The presence or absence of tartar, the appearance of the gums, the mobility of the temporomandibular joint and its level of opening are assessed. In some cases, an additional in-depth investigation of the teeth or mandible is required, and in these cases radiographs are also used: retroalveolar, panoramic, occlusal, bite-wing.

4. The diagnosis is made by the dentist based on all the previous stages and involves identifying the type of condition and the stage it is in.

5. Establishing the treatment plan represents the treatment scheme that the patient has to receive until the solution of his condition.

6. Recommendations. The doctor, following the evaluations performed, can suggest to the patient what other methods, procedures or changes in habits are beneficial so that the patient can later maintain the quality of the result obtained by the treatment performed.

You’re welcome to come!