Conservative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that deals with the treatment of tooth decay, root canal treatment (endodontics) and restoration of defective or missing tooth. The vast experience of doctors, including two winners of international competitions of aesthetic dentistry, allows us to meet the expectations of the most demanding patients.
The most important task for the doctor is to get to know the patient’s needs, fears and dreams. Bene discitur bene curatur –well recognized well treated, logically explains that the mistake made in planning may cause the failure of the entire treatment. That is why we devote so much attention to understand the needs of our patients and always present various treatment options. In every case there are several possible solutions.Cured, carefully restored teeth, with maintenance of correct chewing surface and accurate tangential points allow you to enjoy a beautiful smile and comfort.
If the patient requires aesthetic restoration of teeth we suggest:
The reconstruction of teeth by layering technique - it is filling execution from a slight loss to a large reconstruction of the tooth.
Very high aesthetics of modern materials allow creating invisible fillings.
When it comes to significant damage of the tooth on the side segment, and the conditions for the implementation of immediate reconstruction are very difficult then the best solution is to make the onlay or inlay type of reconstruction. Dental onlays and inlays are reconstructions of the missing tooth fragment made in the prosthetics laboratory. Firstly, the tooth that is remaining is carefully shaped to make sure that the inlay or onlay will be able to stick. Secondly, this shaped tooth provides the model for an impression to be made. The dentist makes a mould of the tooth shape on the basis of which the dental technician creates the contribution of porcelain or composite materials. The following appointment involves the actual application of the inlay or onlay so it matches the exact shape of the tooth.
The recommendation is a significant loss of tooth tissue, subgingival loss, and inability to direct tight reconstruction.