Restoration of teeth
Professional restoration of teeth
Professional restoration of your teeth in our clinic is carried out using various techniques and depending on the complexity of the procedure, it is often performed on the same day. the usual procedures are:
Restoration of teeth in the clinic "denta plus"
We call teeth healthy if they have preserved the natural vibrant color, uniformity of the enamel and also the anatomically correct shape, all while looking aesthetically pleasing. however, of course over time the condition of teeth worsens. age, different food preferences and often bad habits cause the teeth to degenerate faster. professional aesthetic restoration of teeth allows us to completely restore the natural beauty of your teeth while making them stronger.
Restoration of teeth is the correction and recovery of the original aesthetic and functional properties of the tooth, including the structure, shape and color of the enamel. in this case, lost or damaged tooth tissues are restored due to a special high-tech material, exactly replicating the structure of dentine and enamel, which makes these correction almost indistinguishable to the naked eye.
Restoration of the tooth enamel in our clinic combines therapeutic and artistic works, which are aimed not only at strengthening and restoring the entirety of the tooth enamel, but also in recovering the aesthetic beauty of teeth.
Restoration of teeth with helio-composite makes it possible to restore even severely damaged dentition due to the help of new technology in photopolymer materials. correctly selected materials provide both rapid correction of cosmetic defects and restoration of severely damaged teeth, fully simulating anatomical features, including the shape and color of the enamel.
restoration of anterior teeth with composite materials provides almost complete external similarity of natural healthy teeth with restored ones. moreover, the reconstructed tooth enamel has
The same strength, ductility and transparency.
Important! restored teeth, if necessary, can be easily treated, in contrast to the teeth on which the crowns are located, because it is not so easy to create access to the nerve and root canals through the steel or zirconium crown skeleton. in addition, in cases of unforeseen clefts and cracks in the facing layers, the crown will have to be removed and a new one will be installed, in contrast to the composite restoration, the quick fixing of which in the patient's mouth is not a problem.