Dental esthetics


Dental cleaning

Dental cleaning or tartrectomy is the elimination of the accumulation of tartar, bacterial plaque and those stains of extrinsic origin produced by coffee, tobacco, chlorhexidine, etc. It should be considered as a phase of the complete prophylaxis of the patient. It is a laborious, routine technique that does not require anesthetizing the patient and has been performed for decades.

Veneers

Porcelain veneers:

Veneers are thin sheets of ceramic material that adhere to the tooth modifying its position, shape and color. For the realization of these veneers a thin layer of tooth is removed and not worn away as in crowns or caps. With this treatment, the patient's smile can be modified in a quick and minimally invasive way.

Composite veneers:

Composite veneers consist of a layer of composite (synthetic resin) that is adhered to the vestibular side of the tooth that allows, without grinding the tooth, to modify its shape and color. These veneers allow you to obtain a bright smile in just hours, without the need to reduce the size of the tooth.

Crowns and Bridges

Ceramometallic restorations are currently the basis of the current model of fixed prosthesis and have been the prosthetic solution with capital letters during the last decades of the 20th century. However, in recent years there have been many efforts to achieve metal-free ceramic systems that provide greater esthetics and high biocompatibility.

Today we have a wide variety of ceramic materials available to achieve perfect esthetic restorations for each case and each patient.