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Last week we introduced part 1 of the article Biomimetic Dentistry FAQs. This week we will finish the remaining FAQs to delve into the details and address any remaining questions regarding this field of dentistry. Why is Biomimetic Dentistry Different? Biomimetic dentistry has more of an emphasis...

What is it? Biomimetic dentistry is the treatment of damaged, weak, and decayed teeth by sealing them against infections, which removes the need for between 60%-90% of root canals and crowns generally required of traditional dentistry. Why is biomimetic dentistry better than traditional dentistry? While modern engineering has...

Biomimetic dentistry, as discussed at length on this blog, champions the benefits of tooth-conserving dentistry. In short, biomimetic methods allow dentists to forgo endodontic therapy, extraction, and crowns by using a more conservative approach aimed toward a conservative restoration that more closely resembles the tooth's...

Many of us are scrambling to tone, beautify, and eat right in preparation for the beach and other summertime activities. However, while you're busy getting color on your skin, you may want to consider removing some of that "color" from your teeth. We've compiled a...

Dental fear can be rooted in many different concerns. It can be the sounds and smells conjuring scary memories from childhood, a sense of shame regarding the current state of one's teeth, or even just a fear that you can't quite put your finger on....

In our last blog post we submerged ourselves into the world of Biomimetic science. Biomimetics or biomimicry being defined as: the imitation of systems, models and elements of nature to solve sophisticated human problems. Although our focus at Prescott Dentistry is on Biomimetic Dentistry specifically,...

Biomimetic Dentistry is the philosophical and practical backbone we use here at Prescott Dentistry. Through numerous articles, we have explored the nature-mimicking elements biomimetic dentistry is comprised of. After all, earth's life has had millions of years of development to get to it's current evolutionary...