Dental examinations

As part of our study, each participant undergoes a full dental examination to not only assess overall oral health, but also to collect valuable data using swabs from gum pockets.

Dental examination

The examination begins with a calm conversation, during which the dentist collects information about the participant's medical and dental history, learning about his or her experiences, health habits and any problems and expectations. Then, in the comfort of the office, we proceed to a thorough inspection of the oral cavity. The dentist examines the teeth, gums, mucous membrane, tongue and other parts of the mouth, looking for signs of decay, gingivitis, tooth erosion, or other worrisome changes. A particularly important part of this examination is the precise measurement of the depth of gingival pockets. It is through this that we can assess periodontal health, identifying areas of inflammation, infection, as well as the potential risk of developing more serious gum disease. The culmination of the examination is the collection of swabs from the gum pockets. It's a delicate but crucial process, during which special tools are used to collect samples, which are then analyzed to identify bacteria and other microorganisms. This information is crucial to understanding the mechanisms of periodontal disease and can contribute to the development of new methods of prevention and treatment.

Muscle strength and physical activity analysis

Handshake, gait and fitness analysis


Comprehensive information on risk factors for the development of diseases

Body composition

DXA and bioimpedance


Ocular fundus, autorefractometry, tonometry, OCT


Advanced analysis of biological material

Imaging studies

Ultrasonography (ultrasound) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Respiratory system

Bodypletyzomgraphy and carbon monoxide in exhaled air

Circulatory system

Cardiac echo, ECG, ABI, PWV, Ergospirometry

Dental examinations

Full assessment of the condition of the teeth and oral hygiene