A healthy and dazzling smile is a guarantee of success for everyone. Today many visit a dentist not only for receiving treatment, but also for correcting teeth-related aesthetic defects. Unlimited possibilities of innovative technologies and modern materials allow YOU to have a beautiful and healthy smile, which is a symbol of success and high social status. The technologies applied in aesthetic dentistry are as follows:
1. Cosmetic crown restoration
Aesthetic restoration of tooth is a recovery of broken and missing tissue by modern nano-composites, which by their color and structure correspond to the tooth tissue structure.
The modern nanocomposites allow performing:
- Aesthetic restoration of flaws generated by tooth tissue loss caused by caries.
- Cosmetic crown restoration in case of non-carious lesions (wedge-shaped defect, erosion).
- Recovery of crown color affected by tooth tissue destructive disinfection (fluorosis, hypoplasia).
- Restoration of tooth crown affected by trauma .
Restoration by nano-composites allows recovering both the function and esthetics of teeth with only one procedure.
A veneer (which means “protective coating” or lining) is a thin layer or a cap, designed to be attached to the surface of the tooth (partially) or to line the tooth (completely, for prevention of tooth decay). The life span of these cosmetic coatings crafted of modern materials is fairly long. In addition, this method of recovery continues to enjoy high demand as far as it is pain-free and it offers the best aesthetic result in the shortest time possible
A lumineer is a type of a ceramic veneer. Lumineers are ultra-thin layers crafted of extremely durable ceramics. Such cosmetic coatings have a thickness of 0.2-0.3 mm. This type of cosmetic coatings is largely demanded despite its high value. The popularity of lumineers is ensured by their best aesthetic effect and long duration.
4. Oral hygiene, tooth whitening
Healthy and white teeth are one of the main components of beauty. Oral health makes positive effects on the entire organism. This is the reason of the significance of the oral hygiene. Proper oral hygiene is an important precondition for prevention of tooth tissue carious lesions, the prevalence of which among the world population is 95%. Caries occurs when tooth plague builds up on tooth surface after each meal. Food debris and plaque contribute to the elimination of microorganisms the activity of which results in generation of lactic acid, which causes abrasion and removal of calcium, phosphorus and other micro-elements of tooth tissue. As a result of demineralization of the enamel, the surface of the tooth develops carious cavities, which usually tend to spread to larger surfaces. This is the reason why it is important to pay attention to proper oral hygiene, which starts with the right choice of a toothpaste and a tooth brush. It is necessary to brush the teeth once in the morning, after breakfast, and once in the evening. Dentists advise to perform professional oral hygiene twice a year. Professional hygiene allows removing tartars above and below the gum-line, which is impossible to be carried out with home-use techniques.
The modern dentistry allows having whitened teeth faster than ever before. Today there exist various teeth whitening methods that include both in-office and home-use techniques. Whitening may be performed both on the entire set of teeth and on a separate tooth after its endodontic isolation. Nowadays, tooth whitening is achieved without any discomfort, dehydration and damage of the tooth hard tissue.