Restoring Your Oral Health with Biomimetic Dentistry
Biomimetic dentistry is a tooth conserving type of restoration technique that does not require traditional, invasive means. Instead, Dr. Steven Corben uses biomimetic dentistry to address a number of dental issues without having to damage or cut the tooth structure. Now, patients receiving crowns or root canal treatments can experience less pain and destruction to their teeth, while improving the aesthetics of their smiles.
How Biomimetic Dentistry Works
Traditional dentistry practices may require taking away some of the tooth enamel, aggressive preparation of the tooth structure, or the placement of a very stiff or artificial-looking tooth restoration. Biomimetic dentistry involves using alternative techniques and practices to achieve the same result. Dr. Corben will only treat the damaged and decayed areas of the teeth, and make sure that the final tooth restoration is bonded to remaining healthy teeth. This process protects the patient’s natural teeth and may also reduce the risk of other oral health issues later on.