The António Carracho Institute, created in 1991, has since that date provided medical services with values of competence, seriousness, rigor, and quality. It maintains with all the patient's absolute privacy and attention to their comfort and well-being, always using the best biomaterials and last generation technologies.


The 3D image visualization offers incomparable diagnostic results, clearly showing the dental anatomy, bone structure, and soft tissues, improving the visibility of anatomical details often omitted in traditional 2D images.

This high precision image is obtained with low doses of radiation. The 3D image allows visualization of the bone structure in 3 dimensions - height, thickness, and depth (volume) - and assessing the bone quality and density. This allows the surgeon to plan the position of dental implants safely and reliably. This examination is also essential for other procedures: wisdom tooth extractions, bone grafts, evaluation of the maxillary sinuses and airways, endodontic treatments, and other pathologies of the jaws.

Intraoral Scanner

The TRIOS4 intraoral scanner is one of the most advanced intra-oral-scanners today. This scanner obtains digital dental impressions with high precision, replacing the traditional techniques and avoiding the use of silicone materials that, in some cases, are a cause of discomfort and gag-reflex. This scanner enables precision, combined with greater comfort and speed of the procedure.

3D Printer

The use of 3D printing allows the production of models, surgical guides, and various types of temporary prosthesis, based on 3D images obtained with an intraoral scanner.

Computer-Guided Surgery

The computer-guided-surgery allows us, through the use of 3D digital technology, to carry out the planning and placement of dental implants guided by a high precision surgical guide. This makes the surgery much faster and more comfortable for the patient.

This technique allows for a shorter time of surgery, greater precision and predictability of the final result, a substantial decrease in pain and post-surgical discomfort. This technique allows us to make the "immediate load" with fixed teeth on the same day of the surgery more safely, quickly, and accurately.

Intra-Oral Camera

The intraoral camera allows us to take photos and videos and demonstrate patients' oral health status in real-time. This diagnostic tool facilitates doctor-patient communication to diagnose and understand the health status of your teeth and gingival tissues.


CAD-CAM technology allows, through 3D design and the use of a computer-guided milling machine, the production of prosthetic components (such as crowns, bridges, veneers, and abutments) with precision and detail far superior compared with the traditional casting techniques.

This technology guarantees the highest quality and adaptation of crowns and bridges on teeth and implants.

Digital Radiographs

Digital radiographs allow less radiation and instant image, essential for the correct diagnosis (of cavities, fractures, periapical and periodontal injuries) and the proper planning of the treatment. This technology is essential for monitoring treatments such as implant placement and root canal treatments.

Ceramic Ovens

Our in-house laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art ceramic ovens to produce and characterize ceramic restorations and obtain the most natural and desired aesthetic result.

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