Biomimetic DentistryStrengthen Smile with Tooth Coloured Fillings & Biomimetic Dentistry
Biomimetic Dental Treatment Explained
The science of biomimetic dentistry involves the reproduction of what is life like, and the successful restoration of fractured, damaged and decayed teeth to a near original state. Including stress reduced direct composite restorations and porcelain composite inlays and onlays, your dental treatments are designed to return the tooth to full functionality and a superior aesthetic appearance.
Your Tooth Coloured Filling Material Options
- Composite Ideally suited to a small to medium size cavity.
- Porcelain Inlay/ Onlay /Crown Used in medium to larger sized cavities to strengthen and protect the tooth.
Biomimetic vs Traditional Dentistry
- Traditional dentistry practices deploy a more aggressive approach to tooth restoration, which can lead to invasive procedures such as root canals.
- Biomimetic dentistry does not destroy or impact healthy tooth structure in order to build a new restoration.
- Using advanced technology, our team can bond and adhere teeth together, build missing components of teeth while maintaining the integrity of vital surrounding tissues including enamel and dentin.
- Effectively establishing both functional and biological capacity, biomimetic technology has reduced the need for aggressive treatments and dental crowns.
Dedicated to preserving as much of the natural tooth structure as possible, our ProSmiles professionals engage in little preparation when applying veneers or when providing onlay biomimetic solutions. In direct contrast to traditional treatments such as crowns, this methodology helps to preserve healthy, strong and radiant teeth for life.
Restore Fractured and Damaged Teeth with our Advanced Bonding Techniques
The demand for biomimetic tooth restoration is increasing as the ability to restore teeth to a near natural state and functionality offers enhanced longevity and aesthetics. Gone are the days of removing vital parts of healthy teeth in order to prepare teeth for crowns. Biomimetic dentistry fuses art and science by preserving teeth that are weakened, damaged and decayed while protecting them from bacterial invasion.
Reducing Damage to Tooth Structure with Biomimetic Technology as Opposed to Traditional Methods
Modern day advancements in dental adhesives and bonding materials are so extensive that the restoration of fractured and broken teeth no longer necessitates damage to surrounding healthy tooth structures. Composite materials imitate tooth dentin to such an extent that it fuses to the existing tooth, providing strength and stabilisation and reducing the risk of loss. Biomimetic technology brilliantly returns the tooth to a functional, biological and aesthetic state that mimics your natural teeth with ease.