Biomimetic Dentistry: A New Standard in Dental Care

There is a growing group of dental practices across the country that are paving the way for a new revolutionary dentistry to fix teeth. It’s called Biomimetic Dentistry.

Biomimetic Dentistry a hassle-free, pain-free type of dentistry that replaces standard “drill and fill” procedures with gentler, more effective dental treatments.

Say Goodbye to Traditional Dentistry

Biomimetic Dentistry is a new science-based dentistry that is steadily replacing traditional dentistry. Decades-old practices of drilling teeth and filling them with toxic materials can actually do more harm than good when it comes to treating dental hygiene issues. Fortunately, there are more treatment options being developed today that utilize alternative, minimally invasive dentistry practices.

Biomimetic Dentistry is a form of dental care that actually mimics the natural composition of the teeth, restoring health with materials that are as close to the actual structure of the teeth as possible. This treatment isn’t just gentler on teeth, it also offers a number of additional benefits to patients.

A Higher Level of Care

Whereas other forms of dentistry utilize chemical fillers and other aggressive techniques, Biomimetic Dentistry relies on techniques that remove the damage and decay from your teeth and bond the final restoration to the remaining healthy natural tooth structure. This practice creates a bond that behaves naturally and breaks the cyclical process of dental restoration. That alone makes this form of treatment more beneficial by delivering a higher level of treatment and care.

Root Canals are Unnecessary

In conventional dentistry, when the cavity gets too close to the nerve of the tooth, a root canal is performed. However, in Biomimetic Dentistry, the process is slow and meticulous — and worthwhile. The end result: The tooth is saved and no root canal is needed. Only the decay is removed from the tooth, and the healthy tissue is untouched.

There is no drilling and no pain. It pinpoints the exact area that needs to be removed and works on only that area.

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