Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth Whitening

This is the most common and cheapest cosmetic procedure. There are numerous variations in the materials and techniques for teeth whitening, but the best treatment is still the professional bleaching supervised by a dentist.

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For people who have dark or colored teeth, teeth whitening treatment is the simplest solution, a safe and effective way of whitening. Lately, bleaching has become a widely accepted method, cheaper and easier to perform. There is great progress in the means and individual bleaching systems, and the methods themselves are highly sophisticated.

While earlier bleaching could only be done in the dental office, today there is also the possibility of whitening at home, of course, under the supervision of a dentist. Manufacturers of toothpaste have discovered a sales potential of the whitening, and developed a wide range of products for whiter teeth. Modern teeth whitening gels contain hydrogen peroxide or urea peroxide as active ingredients. These peroxides penetrate the inside of hard tooth tissues, they dissociate in presence of oxygen, which simultaneously whitens the colored substances on the surface of the enamel, as well as those which penetrated the enamel and dentin tissues. The structure of the tooth does not change – it only changes the outer appearance, which becomes whiter and brighter.
To correct discoloration, the bleaching procedure is applied when prevention is unsuccessful or impossible. Whitening can be recommended for everyone. It’s ideal for people who have healthy, undamaged frontal teeth. It would not be recommended solely for patients who are certain that whitening will not produce a result. There are other aesthetic procedures available for them.

Whitening should not be understood only as an aesthetic procedure, but it should be an integral part of the complete care of teeth and needs to be included in the regular preservation of a healthy and beautiful smile. The dentist must be able to satisfy his or her patients’ needs on the one hand, and know what can realistically be expected on the other hand, i.e. predict the result in advance. With some patients less effects than expected can be obtained, as teeth respond differently. The degree of bleaching is individual and depends on the structure of the teeth and the method used.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth Whitening

This is the most common and cheapest cosmetic procedure. There are numerous variations in the materials and techniques for teeth whitening, but the best treatment is still the professional bleaching supervised by a dentist.

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For people who have dark or colored teeth, teeth whitening treatment is the simplest solution, a safe and effective way of whitening. Lately, bleaching has become a widely accepted method, cheaper and easier to perform. There is great progress in the means and individual bleaching systems, and the methods themselves are highly sophisticated.

While earlier bleaching could only be done in the dental office, today there is also the possibility of whitening at home, of course, under the supervision of a dentist. Manufacturers of toothpaste have discovered a sales potential of the whitening, and developed a wide range of products for whiter teeth. Modern teeth whitening gels contain hydrogen peroxide or urea peroxide as active ingredients. These peroxides penetrate the inside of hard tooth tissues, they dissociate in presence of oxygen, which simultaneously whitens the colored substances on the surface of the enamel, as well as those which penetrated the enamel and dentin tissues. The structure of the tooth does not change – it only changes the outer appearance, which becomes whiter and brighter.
To correct discoloration, the bleaching procedure is applied when prevention is unsuccessful or impossible. Whitening can be recommended for everyone. It’s ideal for people who have healthy, undamaged frontal teeth. It would not be recommended solely for patients who are certain that whitening will not produce a result. There are other aesthetic procedures available for them.

Whitening should not be understood only as an aesthetic procedure, but it should be an integral part of the complete care of teeth and needs to be included in the regular preservation of a healthy and beautiful smile. The dentist must be able to satisfy his or her patients’ needs on the one hand, and know what can realistically be expected on the other hand, i.e. predict the result in advance. With some patients less effects than expected can be obtained, as teeth respond differently. The degree of bleaching is individual and depends on the structure of the teeth and the method used.

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Bonding

The best option of crooked, abrasive or wrecked teeth. This is a process where a material similar to the color of the tooth enamel is bonded on the surface of the tooth, it is modeled at site, the same is light cured and at the end it is being polished in order to have an ideal smile.

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The term ‘dental bonding’ refers to several interconnected techniques. Generally, it covers placing a white filling on previously prepared tooth surface. All defects are corrected with bonding and cavity defects and broken parts are replaced. After removing the damaged part, the tooth is bonded with a material called composite resin, chosen in accordance with the tooth’s color, which is not noticeable after the treatment.

It can be polished and smoothed so that the glow becomes identical with tooth’s natural one. Finally, it can be used for esthetic reshaping of the teeth’s front side. An advantage of the bonding is that it is a cheap and quick technique, which is done with only one visit to the dentist. The disadvantage is in its low durability in comparison to the porcelain restorations and its proneness to stain in time.

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Bonding

The best option of crooked, abrasive or wrecked teeth. This is a process where a material similar to the color of the tooth enamel is bonded on the surface of the tooth, it is modeled at site, the same is light cured and at the end it is being polished in order to have an ideal smile.

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The term ‘dental bonding’ refers to several interconnected techniques. Generally, it covers placing a white filling on previously prepared tooth surface. All defects are corrected with bonding and cavity defects and broken parts are replaced. After removing the damaged part, the tooth is bonded with a material called composite resin, chosen in accordance with the tooth’s color, which is not noticeable after the treatment.

It can be polished and smoothed so that the glow becomes identical with tooth’s natural one. Finally, it can be used for esthetic reshaping of the teeth’s front side. An advantage of the bonding is that it is a cheap and quick technique, which is done with only one visit to the dentist. The disadvantage is in its low durability in comparison to the porcelain restorations and its proneness to stain in time.

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Veneers

The most popular aesthetic procedure. The veneers are ultra thin, individually made porcelain shell’s that are fixed on the tooth. They are the best aesthetic option if you want to close the interdental gaps – diastema, less broken, crooked or discolored teeth, everywhere where the teeth whitening was not so satisfying.

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This is the most prestigious choice of restoration (as if you have chosen Rolls-Royce). The porcelain laminates or dental facets are one of the latest inventions of cosmetic dentistry. They are thin layers of porcelain, which are attached to the front side of the tooth, very similar to the artificial nails when they are attached to the nails. This is a painless way of improving the look of the front teeth and it is a perfect solution to stained, little broken or crooked teeth.

The only condition that has to be fulfilled is that the teeth have to be structurally healthy. Today they are often used for correction of teeth with small or big cosmetic defects. They are an ideal way of cosmetic correction of the teeth. By placing laminates, the small or crooked teeth can get nice, proper shape, and the short teeth to be lengthened. The porcelain laminates can often be an efficient method of achieving cosmetic changes with teeth, which have small cracks or the surface is crumbly or destroyed. The amalgam fillings, which have been stained or distained can often be covered with porcelain facets.

The laminates are a popular choice for many reasons. They are the most conservative restoration treatment. It means that the drilling of the teeth is minimal because the laminates are very thin. The usual amount of the removed enamel is from 0.5 to 0.7mm. This amount is quite the same with the thickness of an egg’s shell and it is minimal compared to other dental procedures. When they are bonded on the front side of the tooth, they are extremely hard. They do not change the color (they are resistant to coffee, tea and even nicotine coloring), have extraordinary natural look and teeth transparency.

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Veneers

The most popular aesthetic procedure. The veneers are ultra thin, individually made porcelain shell’s that are fixed on the tooth. They are the best aesthetic option if you want to close the interdental gaps – diastema, less broken, crooked or discolored teeth, everywhere where the teeth whitening was not so satisfying.

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This is the most prestigious choice of restoration (as if you have chosen Rolls-Royce). The porcelain laminates or dental facets are one of the latest inventions of cosmetic dentistry. They are thin layers of porcelain, which are attached to the front side of the tooth, very similar to the artificial nails when they are attached to the nails. This is a painless way of improving the look of the front teeth and it is a perfect solution to stained, little broken or crooked teeth.

The only condition that has to be fulfilled is that the teeth have to be structurally healthy. Today they are often used for correction of teeth with small or big cosmetic defects. They are an ideal way of cosmetic correction of the teeth. By placing laminates, the small or crooked teeth can get nice, proper shape, and the short teeth to be lengthened. The porcelain laminates can often be an efficient method of achieving cosmetic changes with teeth, which have small cracks or the surface is crumbly or destroyed. The amalgam fillings, which have been stained or distained can often be covered with porcelain facets.

The laminates are a popular choice for many reasons. They are the most conservative restoration treatment. It means that the drilling of the teeth is minimal because the laminates are very thin. The usual amount of the removed enamel is from 0.5 to 0.7mm. This amount is quite the same with the thickness of an egg’s shell and it is minimal compared to other dental procedures. When they are bonded on the front side of the tooth, they are extremely hard. They do not change the color (they are resistant to coffee, tea and even nicotine coloring), have extraordinary natural look and teeth transparency.

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Implants

Good replacement for partial or total prostheses and toothlessness. The implant is anchored in the tooth bone, a impression is taken and a dental, almost natural crown, is cemented. For years, dentures were the only option for people with lost teeth.

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Dentures often create difficulty in chewing, talking, and laughing. Dental implants are an alternative to classic dentures and bridges when replacing extracted teeth. They provide a permanent replacement of the lost teeth and recurrence of all the normal dental functions with maximum comfort for the patient. The implants are an artificial firm hold for the tooth, made of titanium, which is surgically placed in the jawbone.

The implant, in fact, replaces the root of the lost tooth, so that a crown can be placed on it. It can be used as a support for a single tooth, fixed bridges, for partial or complete prostheses. The implants can be placed in adults who have healthy gums and a suitable bone to hold the implant. People should be ready to keep good oral hygiene, which is essential after placing the implant. Dental implants are a very successful way to replace teeth because of their bone integration, which is a natural process where the bone tissue merges with the implant and the latter practically “roots” in the bone.

This way a very solid foundation for the artificial tooth is created and it allows normal chewing and talking. Surgical implant placement is performed outpatient with local anesthesia. In the bone, small holes are made at a precisely determined place in which the metal implant is placed. The first few days the gingiva and the adjacent skin might be swollen and bruised. To reduce swelling, ice packs are used in the first 24 hours. Antibiotics are usually given to prevent possible infection postoperatively.

Recovery is pretty fast and without much pain. If pain occurs, it is usually associated with an infection or failure of the implant. Until the permanent crowns are placed, temporary, partial prostheses are made so that the implants are not visible.

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Implants

Good replacement for partial or total prostheses and toothlessness. The implant is anchored in the tooth bone, a impression is taken and a dental, almost natural crown, is cemented. For years, dentures were the only option for people with lost teeth.

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Dentures often create difficulty in chewing, talking, and laughing. Dental implants are an alternative to classic dentures and bridges when replacing extracted teeth. They provide a permanent replacement of the lost teeth and recurrence of all the normal dental functions with maximum comfort for the patient. The implants are an artificial firm hold for the tooth, made of titanium, which is surgically placed in the jawbone.

The implant, in fact, replaces the root of the lost tooth, so that a crown can be placed on it. It can be used as a support for a single tooth, fixed bridges, for partial or complete prostheses. The implants can be placed in adults who have healthy gums and a suitable bone to hold the implant. People should be ready to keep good oral hygiene, which is essential after placing the implant. Dental implants are a very successful way to replace teeth because of their bone integration, which is a natural process where the bone tissue merges with the implant and the latter practically “roots” in the bone.

This way a very solid foundation for the artificial tooth is created and it allows normal chewing and talking. Surgical implant placement is performed outpatient with local anesthesia. In the bone, small holes are made at a precisely determined place in which the metal implant is placed. The first few days the gingiva and the adjacent skin might be swollen and bruised. To reduce swelling, ice packs are used in the first 24 hours. Antibiotics are usually given to prevent possible infection postoperatively.

Recovery is pretty fast and without much pain. If pain occurs, it is usually associated with an infection or failure of the implant. Until the permanent crowns are placed, temporary, partial prostheses are made so that the implants are not visible.

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CAD/CAM crowns

This system represents usage of state of the art technology in production of full ceramic crown. The huge advantage of this computer bioconcept is the speed and the precises of the product, it’s maximal aesthetics and natural look of the crown.

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The CAD/CAM system represents utilization of modern computer technology in creating complete porcelain crown in short time in the dental office. The acronym CAD/CAM means Computer Assisted Design and Computer Assisted Making.

The fundamental advantage of this computer bio-concept regarding the traditional making is the speed and preciseness while making the crowns, the porcelain laminates or fillings.

With the CAD/CAM system durable and resistant porcelain restorations are created with high, natural cosmetic. The porcelain, which is used, is in many various nuisances and the color is determined by computer thus achieving maximum fitting with the color and transparency of the natural teeth.

The advantage is in getting the crown at the same day, with only one visit at the dentist. There is no need of wearing temporal restorations, anesthesia is received only once and there is no need of waiting several days for its production in the lab or any trials and corrections.

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CAD/CAM crowns

This system represents usage of state of the art technology in production of full ceramic crown. The huge advantage of this computer bioconcept is the speed and the precises of the product, it’s maximal aesthetics and natural look of the crown.

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The CAD/CAM system represents utilization of modern computer technology in creating complete porcelain crown in short time in the dental office. The acronym CAD/CAM means Computer Assisted Design and Computer Assisted Making.

The fundamental advantage of this computer bio-concept regarding the traditional making is the speed and preciseness while making the crowns, the porcelain laminates or fillings.

With the CAD/CAM system durable and resistant porcelain restorations are created with high, natural cosmetic. The porcelain, which is used, is in many various nuisances and the color is determined by computer thus achieving maximum fitting with the color and transparency of the natural teeth.

The advantage is in getting the crown at the same day, with only one visit at the dentist. There is no need of wearing temporal restorations, anesthesia is received only once and there is no need of waiting several days for its production in the lab or any trials and corrections.

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DSD – Digital Smile Design

Today, having a mouth free of biological and functional problems is not enough! Patients want beautiful smiles that are integrated with their physical characteristics, but also in harmony with its emotional aspects. Digital Smile Design (DSD) presents a new face of dentistry, more human, emotional and artistic, further enhancing our noble profession in society, using video and natural settings we can clearly see because after all there are not many things in this life that are more important than a healthy, natural, confident and beautiful smile!

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The DSD concept aims to assist the dentist and patient alike in 3 aspects:

  • Improved Planning and Design of an Aesthetic Smile.
  • Improved communication between the dentist and the patient; thereby increasing the participation in the design process of your own smile.
  • Educate patients about the benefits of treatment.

For decades, dental clinicians have sought to harmonize the shapes of the teeth with the entire face based on parameters such as gender, personality, and age; however, truly successful results have been elusive. Modern dentistry has to be modernized in order to meet the aesthetic expectations of our most demanding patients. To achieve this type of result, the modern dentist needs to go beyond just being a good professional.

With the DSD concept each patient goes through a quick study process taken by video and pictures in our onsite dental studio, we study the results of the patient talking and acting naturally with the patient and then based on this we make a mold of their mouth from a wax up, at this time we choose the form and size of the new teeth through Visagism – The Visagism concept helps dental clinicians provide restorations that account not only for esthetics, but also for the psychosocial features of the created image, which affect patients’ emotions, sense of identity, behavior, and self-esteem. These factors, in turn, affect how observers react to patients following treatment.

Then we try the new smile proposal in the mouth, and the patient can smile, talk and evaluate if the new smile is filling their esthetic expectations or if changes need to be made. At this moment all is completely reversible, because we are not touching the real teeth. We do this with acrylic over your real and natural teeth.

Digital Smile Design brings true visualization into focus for the patient allowing them to see in real time the final result of the restoration before the dental treatments commences. DSD looks at the patient as a whole, the personality as well as the entire structure of the face to ensure the final result matches with the aesthetic look of the face as well as the personality of the patient.

DSD is a work philosophy…It is a new wave that brings dentistry to an emotional level connecting with people through visual communication and real care.

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