When I perform a BAIR, that which pleases me the most is the reaction of the patients. Often, they can’t belive that such a result was achievable in such a short space of time. They are overjoyed with their new smile. BAIR is the shortest way to a beautiful smile.

Prof. Luca Giachetti

Professional Training

Prof. Luca Giachetti is a MD specialized in Odontostomatology with honors from the University of Florence.

He subsequently obtained the title of Master of Science in “Dental Materials and their Clinical Applications” and a PhD in “Biotechnologies” at the University of Siena.

Since 1984 he has been a member of the General Medical and Dental Council, and practices dentistry at the Careggi University Hospital and the Recrea dental clinic in Florence.

The BAIR Technique

Biologically Active Intrasulcular Restoration

The BAIR (Biologically Active Intrasulcular Restoration) Technique applied for the first time in 2010 was Professor Giachetti’s response to the need to treat complex restoration cases for aesthetic purposes in post-orthodontic patients with severe malformations and dento-maxillary disharmonies.

The technique has been perfected over the years by improving the shape and size of the teeth, gingival levels and contour, all with simple direct intrasulcular restorations performed in a single session, without resorting to surgical, orthodontic or prosthetic treatments and without the need to sacrifice healthy tissues.

Teaching activity 

Lecturer in prestigious universities and institutes in Italy and abroad

Prof. Giachetti is supported in his clinical activity by lecturing at prestigious Universities in Italy and abroad.

He is Associate Professor of Odontostomatological Diseases, Professor of Dental Materials and Restorative Dentistry at the Degree Course in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics, School of Human Health Sciences, University of Florence.

He was Director of Post Graduate Advanced Courses in “Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry”, “Use of Laser and new technologies in the treatment of oral and perioral hard and soft tissues” and “Use of new technologies in Dentistry and Dental Hygiene” at the ‘University of Florence.


Manuals, chapters of books and scientific journals