Restoration of teeth
Restoration of teeth is a relatively new direction in dentistry, the essence of which is to restore the original shape of the tooth, the quality of the enamel, the evenness of the dentition, and therefore make your smile irresistible.

The enamel has darkened, or there are crevices between teeth - teeth look ugly;
There were chips on the teeth, cracks, the enamel is worn out - there is a risk of caries. Malocclusion.
Strongly destroyed teeth that you want to keep.

What concerns direct and indirect restoration of a teeth?

Direct restoration involves filling teeth using special composite materials, the color of which is selected exactly in the color of the enamel. They are light curing, that is, the teeth are given the desired shape, solidifying under the influence of the photopolymerizer beam. The doctor is like a sculptor, who turns your tooth into a small work of art. It should be noted that these works are carried out if the enamel damage does not exceed 30%. Otherwise, prosthetics, that is, the placement of pins or crowns, will be required.

The restoration operation takes no more than two visits to the dentist. All the work is carried out in the doctor's office without having to take a snapshot in the laboratory or try on fitting, as when installing crowns. The variety of materials for restoration allows you to recreate the natural color of teeth, which is difficult to distinguish from the "native".

Indirect restoration is a way to restore the integrity of the tooth with the help of veneers and lumineers , inserts and crowns. Unlike sculptural modeling with direct restoration, veneers and luminaries are ceramic and porcelain plates, thin and elegant, which are adhered to the tooth. They mask the chipped, darkened seals, unevenness, restoring the shape and color rendition of teeth. More serious work is required if there are problems with the bite, or the teeth are badly damaged: you need to prepare for the placement of the implant or cermet crowns. This treatment is multi-stage, and without recourse to the laboratory can not do, as well as without detailed examination of the oral cavity, including bone tissue, features of the maxillofacial system.

With indirect restoration, the patient should be ready for several dental practices: fitting, setting temporary crowns, in addition to the prosthesis itself. The most important thing is that after the restoration work the patient should feel comfortable and chew, and the teeth look aesthetically pleasing.

Restoration is a painless procedure, thanks to which the beauty of your smile will be impeccable.
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