Have you had your natural teeth starting to decay and wonder if you are still able to have the natural look and feel? Well now you can. Here at Prescott Dentistry, we believe that the best way is the natural way, and through our specialized techniques we can get your smile feeling bright, beautiful, and natural.
What is Biomimetic Dentistry?
Biomimetic dentistry is a style of dentistry that is focused on providing the most natural looking teeth restoration as possible. Biomimetic translates to duplicating what is life like. Through a hard tissue bond, it returns the natural tissue of the tooth to full functioning which then allows the damaged tooth to function in a healthy manner. Essentially, biomimetic dentistry brings strength and healthy function back to damaged, diseased, or broken teeth with an attractive feature.
Reasons for Biomimetic Bonding
Bonding brings about a deeper strength in your teeth and oral health. Biomimetic bonding focuses on the most natural looking approaches, but also ways to bring strength back. There are many areas that biomimetic bonding is beneficial. These reasons for include teeth that are:
What the biomimetic bonding does is focus on conserving your natural tooth. It is minimally invasive through preservation techniques that are scientifically proven, which avoids the need to cut down teeth for crowns or root canals.
Benefits of Biomimetic Bonding
The bonding process uses the best material that is scientifically proven to conserve the tooth, bring strength, and protect from bacteria. Our teeth, unlike other body parts, are unable to restore themselves, so preserving the natural tooth and gum structure is of the utmost importance. On top of the positive, strong functionality that returns with biomimetic bonding, it also bring a beautiful, natural smile. Cosmetically, biomimetic bonding is pleasing to the eye and feels good.
If you are in the market for wanting a better looking smile, stronger teeth, and preservation of your teeth, contact us today! We are excited to help you with all your oral health needs, and in the best way possible.
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