Biomimetic

08 Dec Biomimetic Dentistry Advances Continue Part II

Every few weeks a new article or study comes out backing up the effectiveness of biomimetic dentistry or highlighting a recent advancement in that field. The tide definitely seems to be shifting towards biomimetic methods and further away from traditional drill and fill dentistry. To...

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09 Dec Biomimetic Dentistry Advances Continue

We've discussed the merits of Biomimetic Dentistry at lengths on this blog, however, the beauty of science and medicine is that newer and better advancements are always occurring. Biomimetic Dentistry seeks to provide a better and more natural way of oral care by mimicking nature....

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17 Aug Biomimetic Dentistry Defined

Biomimetic Dentistry In previous blog posts we've delved into the world of Biomimetic Dentistry. We've done our best to explain what exactly "Biomimetic Dentistry" means, but sometimes it's best to dissect the word itself to familiarize ourselves with the concept as a whole. The first part of...

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27 May Biomimetic Dentistry: FAQS

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...

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07 Sep Biomimetic Dentistry – All Natural

"All Natural" is all the rage these days. Backlash to the pre-internet age where there was very little consumer knowledge has moved organic, natural, and sustainable products to the forefront of the marketplace. Social acceptance for healthy eating and healthy living seems to be on...

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08 May Biomimetic Dentistry: The Economics

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...

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