David S. Alleman, DDS has over 35 years of experience as a dentist. He has spent over eleven years pioneering the development of noninvasive dental procedures which conserve teeth.
Dr. Alleman has condensed over 1,400 research articles into his patent pending teaching program (used in conjunction with the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry) which provides alternatives to full coverage crowns. He has trained over 200 dentists world-wide over the past 6 years, helping dentists achieve excellence in Biomimetic Dentistry. Dr. Alleman has been using biomimetic procedures in his practice for more than 11 years.
A Conservative Approach to Modern Dentistry
In 1995, after attending a two-day seminar in basic adhesive dentistry by Ray Bertolotti in Huntington Beach, California, he became intrigued with the possibilities inherent in this innovative approach to improving the quality of dental work. He has practiced basic adhesive dentistry since 1995 and advanced adhesive dentistry (biomimetic dentistry) since 1999.
The principles of biomimetic dentistry were developed by researchers at prestigious universities in Tokyo, Geneva, Rome, Amsterdam, Houston, Portland, and Hong Kong. Groundbreaking work by Gary Unterbrink, Didier Dietschi, Pascal Magne, Urs Belser, and J-F Roulet in Europe, and Ray Bertolotti and John Kanca III in the United States, have refined these advanced adhesive dentistry techniques over the past 25 years. The primary focus has been on treatment of the front teeth comprising incisors and bicuspids.
Doctors Alleman, Delperi and associates have continually improved the techniques utilized for biomimetic dentistry including proprietary methodologies for adapting biomimetic concepts to all of the patient’s teeth including molars. Molars, which are responsible for the majority of chewing, sustain up to 90% more pressure than incisors and bicuspids.
Since biomimetic dentistry utilizes minimally invasive procedures, patients experience less pain and discomfort in comparison with conventional procedures. In addition, patients are provided with longer-lasting and natural looking restorations. Biomimetic dentistry is cosmetic dentistry. Please refer to our Photo Gallery of Biomimetic Restorations.
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