Posted on Feb 14, 2014 in Materials

Below you will see several simple cases that are relatively common. Bio-Mimetic Dentistry is minimally invasive and primarily targets damaged area of the tooth. Unless a traditional crown has been placed prior- repair is confined only to the effected areas. The objective is to restore teeth using materials that mimic natural enamel and dentin so the biology is preserved. Sensitivity and issues leading to possible root canals can most often be avoided. The natural appearance is always an expected outcome. Patients should feel nothing foreign, no evidence of margins both to the tongue or visually. Flossing should feel identical to an intact untreated area. The outcomes here are typical of what I expect during routine treatment. The longevity potential is restored to that of a natural undamaged intact tooth. It then becomes up to the patient's routine care -quite possible to maintain indefinitely.

 

20080814-IMG_1926Crown try in-  Once cemented will disappear

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20080916-_MG_3843Cemented view

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20080916-_MG_3843Integrated with beautiful biological response.

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20090505-20090505-_MG_0717Illustration of cavity 

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20090505-20090505-_MG_0719Dark area represents disease

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20090604-_MG_1269Ceramic repair prior to cementation

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20090604-_MG_1273Mimic Nature.....

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20080813-IMG_1921Failing fillings Illustration

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20080813-IMG_1924Extent of Damage

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20080829-_MG_3346Integrated

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20080714-IMG_1752-4Traditional Metal based Ceramic Crowns Failing

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20080714-IMG_1756-8Evidence of damage once removed

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20090623-_MG_1694Final restorations.  Beautiful tissue response and integration.

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