The procedure for artistic restoration of teeth is not only the process of restoring the appearance of the tooth, but also preserving its functions. It should be noted that modern possibilities of dentistry make it possible to get rid of such problems with teeth as cracks, chips, changes in the color of enamel and ugly shape on their surface. Before starting the process of tooth restoration, a comprehensive diagnosis is performed and, if necessary, caries and gum diseases are treated.

Procedure variations

Specialists highlight the direct and indirect procedure for the artistic restoration of teeth. In the first case, direct work is carried out, directly with the surface of the tooth. It is understood as resurfacing, building, correction and other types of procedures. Due to complex therapy, as well as aesthetic restoration of teeth, it is possible to ensure the preservation of the natural appearance, without loss of function. Thus, the teeth become not only beautiful, but also completely healthy.

Indirect dental restoration is understood as the use of veneers and inlays - thin plates on a ceramic base that cover the surface of the tooth, thereby eliminating all existing flaws. It should be said that the color and size of veneers can be selected in each specific case individually, in accordance with the wishes of the patient. In our dental clinic we use ultra-thin veneers and ultra-thin veneers made of glass ceramics.

The process of dental restoration for rejuvenation

Artistic rejuvenation of the smile is a rather relevant area of work. This effect can be achieved by lengthening the line of the front teeth or, for example, by closing the darkened space between the tooth and the gum. Correction of teeth in this case is carried out solely taking into account the individual characteristics of the patient: the structure and condition of his maxillofacial region, as well as other diagnostic data.