Direct and indirect aesthetic restorations

Cosmetic restorative dentistry is now part of a minimally invasive care approach. The objective is to restore the dental organ while respecting the principles of tissue conservation. It has evolved to become today, thanks to increasingly efficient materials and the contribution of bonding, to a technique of choice in the therapeutic arsenal of the dentist at the service of his patients.

Maintaining or restoring a harmonious smile is a permanent concern in the practice of the practitioner. Many treatment proposals are developing and can now be offered to the patient.

DIRECT AESTHETIC RESTORATION

When the caries damage is not too severe, the composite resin filling is used to repair a tooth affected by tooth decay, crack or fracture. The carious lesion is carefully cleaned and prepared before receiving the new filling. The composite resin filling will then be performed under an operative field in order to protect your tooth from the salivary environment and then it will be precisely inserted, modeled and polished in order to restore the shape and function of your tooth.

INDIRECT AESTHETIC RESTORATION

Inlays or onlays (depending on the extent of tooth substance loss) are ceramic pieces made directly by the laboratory.
They are an alternative to large-volume fillings and help prevent invasive tooth preparation. The realization of an inlay / onlay is done in two stages.
After preparation of the cavity, an impression is made to transmit the work to the prosthetist. In a second step, we will proceed with the gluing of the part, always under operative drape to ensure a tight seal over time.

Direct and indirect aesthetic restorations

Change of old restorations using the inlay / onlays technique

Prothésiste : Mika Prothesia, Chateauneuf de Grasse.

Direct and indirect aesthetic restorations

Change of old restorations using the inlay / onlays technique.

Prothésiste : Mika Prothesia, Chateauneuf de Grasse.