CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY – RESTORATIVE TREATMENTS
Conservative dentistry includes all the treatments to eliminate pain, avoid dental caries and replace missing teeth as a result of caries: it aims at keeping the tooth.
Conservative dentistry is today a separate dental science. Restorative treatments can only be carried out at our clinic by specialists who have met the requirements of the new professional examination system and have passed a separate exam.
Light-Curing Composite Fillings
Aesthetic fillings are produced from the mixture of several colours so as to achieve a colour effect perfectly equal to the colour of the tooth.
a well-grooved occlusal surface can be established.
durable, since the filling material and the material of the tooth connect chemically.
the original shape of the tooth can be restored with sacrificing minimal tooth material .
Inlay/Onlay: Aesthetic Carvers
In today’s dentistry aesthetic carvers serve to replace amalgam fillings. They are recommended in cases when the intact denture is incomplete or the tooth can no longer recover with an aesthetic filling. Inlays/Onlays are prepared based on an impression of the teeth, and are suitable for the partial or complete reconstruction of the occlusal surface of the molars.
The Inlay/Onlay is the transition between the filling and the crown, since molars do not need polishing and thus the lifespan of the tooth can be extended by 10-15 years.
HOW IS THE AESTHETIC CARVER PREPARED?
During the first meeting your dentist takes an impression of the occlusal surface of the tooth, and based on it our technicians prepare the unique aesthetic carver in the colour determined by the patient and the dentist.
During the next occasion your dentist fixes the carver to the tooth with special glue.
THE ADVANTAGES OF THE TREATMENT
With proper oral hygiene it is possible to avoid secondary caries.
Highly recommended for replacing amalgam fillings.
In certain cases it is suitable for replacing the crown, does not require polishing.
Imperceptible, does not break or discolour.