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Biomimetic Dental Treatments
Our office is recognized for our conservative treatments and expertise in adhesive dental treatments (Biomimetic Dentistry). These cases review some of the situations where we are able to provide drastically more conservative treatments than traditional treatment options.
Trauma # 9
Direct Composite Veneers
Porcelain Veneers (Dental Veneers/Ceramic Veneers)
Porcelain veneers allow for conservative preparation of teeth to improve esthetic/cosmetic appearance of your smile. You may consider veneers to correct minor crowding/crooked teeth, erosion, wear, chipping, discoloration and many other conditions.
8 Upper Veneers
Onlay/Inlay Restorations (Porcelain Inlay/ Porcelain Onlay
Onlays/Inlays conservatively repair teeth that have large defects from trauma and damageive fillings or have been damaged by decay or trauma. These restorations restore the strength of your teeth and are an ideal alternative to crowns (caps) because less tooth structure is removed and restoration margins are kept away from the gumline where plaque and bacteria are most plentiful.
Porcelain Onlay # 14
Lower Molar Onlay
Upper Molar Onlay
Upper Molar Onlay #3
Direct Composite Restorations (Composite Fillings)
Direct placed fillings are the ideal treatment for small to medium sized cavities. With a biomimetic filling, every effort is made to maximize long term success and prevent future replacement of the final restoration.
#30 Class II composite
Dental Implants are the treatment of choice for restoring missing teeth. Compared to a bridge, dental implants support the bone level (prevent bone loss), do not cause damage to adjacent teeth, and are as easy to clean as natural teeth. Proven and tested, dental Implants are the gold standard for replacing missing teeth.
Implant Planning Process
Sealants for Deep Fissures & Grooves
Some teeth are formed with deep groves and anatomy. The deep grooves are likely to collect food and result in cavities. A sealant protects against cavities by filling the deep fissures and groves, thereby preventing food from becoming trapped in these areas.
Deep Grooves w/ Staining