The cosmetic dentistry provides opportunities for recovery of various aesthetic defects in shape, color, position of teeth in the tooth row, as well as the gums. Can specify the following basic aesthetic restorations:
- Ceramic crowns and bridges
- Ceramic veneers
- Ceramic inlays and onlays
- Correction of gingival
Recovery of central incisor with photopolymer
Replacing amalgam fillings with healthy photopolymer by aesthetic considerations. New materials have allowed to significantly improve the appearance of the teeth and hence the smile of a man. They made it possible to eliminate the unattractive parts of the teeth to correct their color or restore a missing tooth. Sounds amazing, but really what was previously unthinkable and impossible, can now be done even without setting anesthesia.
Bonding is a method by which using composite veneers can create or adjust the shape of the tooth in a dental office. The main point in the aesthetic restoration with modern composite systems is playing a natural tooth color, and good polishing – to provide shine.
Refunds through ceramic veneers
Ceramic veneers are very popular in the U.S., but in recent years in Europe. With their help we can recover all the shortcomings of the tooth – the shape, color and even its location. Amazingly, right? Adjust the shape and color of teeth with ceramic veneers. Correction form and size of teeth with ceramic veneers (veneers).
Refunds through ceramic crowns
Your smile is your calling card to the world! The restoration of the tooth’s shape, color and size – it is very precise work and very much close to works of art. Today’s materials allow excellent recovery of the tooth, but this is not the main thing. The hands of your dentist, his artistic taste – that is the main bet for success. The dentist may modify your image and with it will change people’s attitude towards yourself. You will find that life can be much nicer when you start to smile more often.
Inlays are indirect restorations that are made on the posterior teeth (premolars and molars). After removing old fillings or cleaning of decay, into print. In the laboratory, inlays are made of gold or ceramic, which must fit precisely and accurately restore the anatomy and function of the tooth. Large inlays, covering tubercles of the tooth called onlays. Today, aesthetic reasons are made mainly ceramic inlays. Ceramic inlays have no metallic core and are therefore translucent. They are glued to the tooth in a special adhesive method, do not leave any marginal fissures. Between the tooth and inlay creates chemical bonds and thus restore the original strength of the tooth. Recovery is very aesthetic.