Do you have any questions?
These are our patients’ most frequently asked questions.
You can remove your Geniova device to eat and drink, so there is generally no restriction on food, unless your dentist tells you otherwise.
It is normal to notice pressure on the teeth during the first days of the beginning of the treatment. This sensation usually disappears in a couple of days.
Yes, you will speak clearly. You just might need a slight period of adaptation at the beginning of the treatment since you have something new in your mouth.
It is not recommended, since the material can dye and affect the aesthetics of the device.
In the case you lose or you damage the device, you should contact your doctor immediately. He will contact us and in a few days you should have a new one.
In some cases, attachments are placed to gain retention in the caps.
Warning: On rare occasions, some patients may possible have allergic reactions to some of Geniova’s components. Additionally, one of the parts or attachments on the device may possible break, with the resulting risk of accidental inhalation or ingestion. In these cases, use must be interrupted and a physician immediately consulted.