When we repair a tooth, or even if we replace one, we want the results to not only last and safeguard oral health, but to look natural too. Which is why your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist offers biomimetic dentistry, which means using metal-free and lifelike materials to ensure smiles look bright and natural afterward.
Category: Biomimetic Dentistry
When people develop damaged teeth, or a case of tooth decay or infection, then we want to offer repair that is not only durable, but designed to look natural too. Which is why we use biomimetic materials, which are metal-free and color-matched for each individual patient. In today’s blog, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist talks… Read more »
Your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist practices biomimetic dentistry. Which means we create restorations that not only improve the health and function of your smile, but also help improve the beauty of your teeth as well. With our lifelike dental restorations, we offer crowns, fillings, and more that blend seamlessly with your smile.
When we talk about biomimetic dentistry, we mean treatment options designed to not only address the function and health of your smile, but to also improve smile beauty by blending with the rest of your teeth. In today’s blog, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist will explain how our lifelike inlays, onlays, crowns, and more help… Read more »
What is biomimetic dentistry? Simply put, this refers to dental restoration and repairs that not only contain no metals, but look natural and blend with your smile. In today’s blog, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist will look at how we provide these natural-looking solutions to everything from tooth decay to cracked or chipped teeth!
Some cosmetic and restorative dental treatments are only designed to achieve a specific goal. However, dentists today can tailor a variety of different treatments according to every patient’s unique needs using the same advanced dental materials. For example, tooth-colored composite resin is well-known for its ability to correct cosmetic blemishes in a process called tooth… Read more »
Today’s advanced dental methods and treatments offer solutions for patients with virtually any type of dental health concern. Sometimes, though, repairing or improving a tooth can require altering its natural structure, which will have permanent effects on the health and integrity of your tooth. At our office, we focus on biomimetic methods to preserve a… Read more »