Biomimetic Dentistry: The New Standard in Adhesive Restorations

Decades of focused studies and modern technologies have made Biomimetic dentistry possible. This dentistry branch uses advanced tissue preservation and adhesion techniques to create life-like adhesive restorations. Read on to find out more about this groundbreaking new approach to dentistry.

The Basic Principles of Biomimetic Dentistry

The word biomimetic means mimicking biology, and in dentistry, that means teeth. As practitioners of the technique, we observe two crucial aspects in creating long-lasting adhesive restorations: tissue preservation and adhesion. 

We can find the most effective and durable dental structure in a natural tooth, and Biomimetic dentistry aims to preserve as much of it as possible. With this method, we can rehabilitate teeth that would otherwise be condemned to more invasive procedures such as root canals, crowns, crown lengthening procedures, and even extractions. 

Additionally, this branch of dentistry prevents bacterial invasion through adhesive materials and techniques that provide much higher bond strength than traditional restorations. With Biomimetic dentistry, we can offer patients with broken, damaged, or decayed teeth many benefits compared to traditional dentistry.

The Advantages of Biomimetic Dentistry

Biomimetic dentistry is a minimally-invasive form of dentistry that is less traumatic and much more comfortable for the patient. We combine the most advanced technologies and materials with our expertise to provide excellent dental services. Apart from preserving as much of a patient’s healthy tooth structure as possible and using advanced adhesion, here are some other benefits to this advanced method:

  • Tooth strength: Instead of filing down teeth excessively,  we rebuild them during the restoration process, making them stronger and more durable. 
  • Minimizes root canals: Biomimetic dentistry reduces the need for such treatments by up to 80% because of less invasive techniques. 
  • Lower long-term costs: We use methods that protect the teeth from further damage, leading to fewer future treatments.

We highly recommend biomimetic dentistry for those who want longer-lasting restorations that look, feel, and function like natural teeth.

Restore Your Teeth Today

Thanks to Biomimetic dentistry, we now offer adhesive restorations that use the latest tissue preservation and adhesion technologies. Hundreds of our patients are ecstatic about the results of their biomimetic procedures.  Please schedule your appointment today with a dentist who is certified as a Biomimetic Dentist, and experience all the benefits of saving time, money, and tooth structure with Biomimetic dentistry.

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