My patients benefit from my post-graduate study of Biomimetic Dentistry. Part of my advanced training is an emphasis on why selected materials and adhesives are more appropriate for use in long-lasting biomimetic restorations.
My goal as a Biomimetic Dentist is for my dental fillings and restorations to look and act like your actual tooth. When this can be achieved, your tooth is sealed from bacterial invasion, meaning future infections caused when bacteria leaks into the tooth through cracks or fractures. Both materials and techniques for using those materials play a part in this process.
When I create a filling or a restoration using Biomimetic dental principles, I use materials and apply them to create a close match to your actual tooth, simulating as close as possible the enamel and dentin of the tooth. Creating a seal between the tooth and the restoration that is as strong as the tooth itself is vital to preventing future fractures. With the materials, adhesives and techniques I have learned through Biomimetic Dentistry, my fillings and restorations contribute to the protection of the tooth creating long-term health for the tooth.
The adhesives and materials I use for my biomimetic restorations and fillings have passed rigorous scientific testing that they stand up the stress from a lifetime of chewing and use. The special training I have received in applying these materials form the foundation of my training in Biomimetic Dentistry. And, with these techniques, my patients who choose my biomimetic work have the confidence to know that, with normal care and cleaning, their restored tooth is as strong and capable as one of their natural teeth.
Do you have questions about biomimetic dentistry and how it can benefit you or your family? Please contact me today to schedule some time to talk about it.