Artistic restoration of teeth

EOK Dentistry, a premium-class clinic, offers a wide range of services in the field of orthopedic dentistry and restoration using modern highly effective treatment methods.

“There are direct and indirect restorations. The first type is modeled in your mouth in the doctor’s office. The second type is made in the dental laboratory and allows for the restoration of partially or completely damaged teeth. Depending on the extent of the damage and your preferences, the doctor prescribes microprosthetics with inlays, veneers, or prosthetics with crown plastic on your own teeth and German implants.”

In our dentistry, direct restorations are made by the doctor from modern light-cured composite materials from a proven manufacturer, which have optical properties similar to natural tooth enamel.

If the damage is not more than 30% of the total tooth area, veneers are applied – these are ultra-thin ceramic plates that accurately replicate the anatomical features of the teeth.

In cases of significant damage, more than 40% of the total area, EOK recommends metal-free ceramic orthopedic structures (crowns) made of zirconium dioxide and lithium disilicate E.max. Metal-free crown plastic is excellent for the smile zone due to its impeccable aesthetics.

Thanks to our own German CAD/CAM Dental Laboratory, EOK will produce highly aesthetic anatomical crowns and individual abutments (support for the crown) for you using state-of-the-art equipment.

Cosmetic restoration restores the aesthetic and functional properties of teeth. During artistic restoration, a true professional skillfully corrects defects and gives each tooth the correct anatomical shape and position, selecting the appropriate shade to match your tooth enamel color.

In modern dentistry, patient desire is paramount. Dentists engaged in restorative procedures constantly improve their aesthetic skills by attending conferences and master classes. Continuous professional development helps achieve the desired result of cosmetic restoration for both the patient and the dentist.

To maintain the results of the procedures performed, follow the doctor’s recommendations and visit a dental hygienist for professional oral hygiene every 3-6 months.

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