Dental aesthetics Prolident
Dental aesthetics is the science and also the art of giving our patients the so much desired perfect smile.
Dental aesthetics is the meeting point of all branches of dentistry, so that at the end of the treatment the patient is radiating happiness, exposing his smile with confidence.
Digital smile design
This concept is based on the realization of a virtual project of the final prosthetic works, being able to create a new surash within minutes, using a special software that processes the patient’s initial photos. DSD brings benefits to both the physician and the patient by clarifying the diagnosis, communicating much easier with the patient and predicting the treatment plan. Thus, the patient may opt in full knowledge of the proposed treatment plan.
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Ceramic veneers represent at present the most demanding treatment in the aesthetic dentistry arsenal, being the most physiognomic, but also the most delicate. It is accomplished by complex layering techniques determined by minimal space supply. Tooth preparation, impression and cementing are also highly sophisticated procedures. Dental veneers may be indicated in the following clinical situations:
- Interdental spaces: diastema
- Malpositioning of teeth, small teeth
- Abnormalities of the enamel structure
- Physiological or pathological abrasions
- Trauma of the front teeth
- Discoloring of one or more teeth
- Directed teeth preparation with minimal enamel sacrifice (0.6mm)
- Preserving the teeth vitality
- Excellent aesthetics
- Translucency and texture similar to natural teeth
- The lack of any allergic reactions due to the biocompatibility of the dental ceramics
- Protection of periodontal tissues during preparation, impression and cementing
Full ceramic restorations
The use of zirconium oxide (Zr2O) was only possible after the development of CAD-CAM techniques. The very high resistance of this ceramic core (over 1000 MPa) has made it possible to extend the clinical indications of all-ceramic restorations to bridges of over 3 elements. The technique of making these types of fully ceramic crowns is complex from the point of view of the physician, who has to make a very precision preparation of the teeth as well as from the point of view of the technician who must individualize the final aspect of the work.