Biomimetic Dentistry

 

What is Biomimetic Dentistry?

Biomimetic Dentistry treats weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that keeps them strong and seals them from bacterial invasion. Careful sealing against infection remove the need for 60-90% of the cross and root canals of traditional dentistry methods.

 

What's Makes Biomimetic Dentistry Diffrent?

Instead of simply filling cavities, as though they were potholes, Biomimetic Dentistry keeps the patients long-term dental health in focus. By using advanced adhesive techniques and properly fashioned inlays, dentists can make sure that dental treatment will restore the teeth in a natural way. This protects them in a way that promotes healthy dental function and long-term vitality.

 

What is wrong with conventional dentistry?

Conventional dentistry techniques fail to take advantage of advanced ceramics and adhesives developed by modern engineering. New material technologies allow dentists to use small inlays and onlays that function similar to the natural tooth. Old techniques and outdated materials such as the large porcelain crowns used in traditional dentistry can cause your teeth to eventually crack and leak, allowing bacteria to decay your teeth from the inside. The advanced techniques and materials used in Biomimetic Dentistry seal the tooth against further infections. 

 

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