THE HISTORY

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In May 1957, Professor Raffaele Siervo opened Fratelli Siervo at 43 Viale Tunisia in Milan, and the office has been open ever since.

Over fifty years ago, the founders, Professor Siervo and his wife Professor Ludovica Secchi Siervo, both lecturers at the universities of Pavia and Pisa, formed a group of professionals with expertise in diverse areas to meet the individual requirements of their patients. Their sons Paolo and Sandro have continued this professional model, and Leitmotif of the practice, to the present day.

In bringing together a diverse group of professionals with different areas of expertise, we strive to care for our patients competently and fully, whatever dental issues they may be experiencing. All our practitioners attend national and international training courses to ensure their clinical routine is always at the cutting edge.

Innovation is in our DNA. In 1987 Professor Raffaele Siervo installed the first CAD/CAM dentistry machine used in Italy. This long-sighted vision enabled our staff to acquire an in-depth understanding of CAD/CAM dentistry systems and put us first in line to implement innovative treatments.

Another innovation was the introduction of osseointegrated implants, strongly promoted by Sandro Siervo following his return from a lengthy work placement abroad in 1990. Through the use of clinically effective and safe protocols, we have treated hundreds of patients, restoring function and aesthetics and giving them back their social lives.

In 2003, the practice changed name to become the current Studio Fratelli Siervo FRASI. Bearing what their father had taught them in mind, Paolo and Sandro decided to undertake an extensive redesign of the dental office, making innovative clinical and structural improvements such that the staff could work ergonomically to treat patients.
The work of our professionals is meticulously managed by Paolo e Sandro Siervo, who is driven by the passion to provide the best possible treatment to each individual patient. The concept of “patient-centred” treatment has paved the way for new treatment methods in the fields of surgery, prosthesis, periodontology, implantology, orthodontics, prevention and child tooth care.

As the world becomes increasingly globalised, our practitioners seek to meet the needs of our multicultural society by speaking English, German and French to make our non-Italian patients feel entirely at home.

To meet the ever growing needs of our patients, we need space. That’s why our practice, comprising 6 dentists’ units and 1 operating theatre, extends over 220m2.