Invisalign is an innovative system for teeth alignment, which allows to obtain an excellent aesthetic result, without the inconvenience of metal brackets used in traditional orthodontic devices. This device, we see often in children at school age but in...
Dr. Antonio Mingione graduated in Medicine in 1981 from the oldest and one of the most prestigious University of the world: Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, Italy. He specialized in Dentistry in 1984 and practices since then with a particular focus in Oral Surgery, Periodontal Surgery, Pre-prosthetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Implantology.
He attended numerous nationals and internationals congresses and training courses in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He received is Master of Science degree in Oral Surgery and Implantology and subsequently attended a Higher Education course in Orthognathic Surgery and 3D Maxillofacial imaging from the University of Bologna. He started a collaboration with the Director of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Hospital S. Orsola Malpighi in Bologna, first as free attendee and then participating in a research project called “Reconstructive Surgery in Maxillofacial Surgery”. He is a member of the Italian society of Maxillofacial Surgery (S.I.C.M.F.).
Dr. Mingione works as Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon in his Clinic in Pesaro, mainly focusing on the rehabilitation of complex cases. He operates as well in partnership with other professionals in General Anesthesia regimen in Private Clinics associated with the National Health Service.
The patient as an absolute value
We express our value in the relationship with the patient, welcomed and respected as a Person. The Person who entrusts us with his needs and expectations becomes an absolute value.
Our task is not just professional, scientific and highly technical, but Human: Accepting the humanity of others with all our humanity, because the Story of a Life is a Story of Relationships.
Wisdom teeth are often neglected although they start giving minor symptoms (vague pain in the area, difficulty on chewing), until the situation degenerates with an infection (very strong pain, swelling) or turns out the adjacent tooth is compromised.