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Aesthetic Dentistry

Aesthetic Dentistry

  • 24/08/2021


There are various possibilities to bleach stained teeth. Internal Bleaching is done at the non-vital part of teeth, from the inside. External Bleaching is done on the surface of healthy teeth. The bleaching can either be done at the practice or at home. If done at the practice, a protection of the gum is being used with a spandex rubber. If done at home (so-called Home-Bleaching), an individual dental splint is manufactured, which the patient can fill with bleach and wear over night.

New Bleaching method using zoom

ZOOM Bleaching is the secret to successfull bleaching, as it is the newest and most modern technology on the market. The unique lamps, constructed by NASA-scientists in the USA, helped millions of people all over the world to achieve a bright and luminous smile. With the use of ZOOM-Bleaching, teeth will be approximately 8 to 9 shades whiter than before the treatment. ZOOM Bleaching is one of the softest bleaching methods in the area of Power Bleaching. Studies promise, that the enamel will not be damaged.

The treatment takes about one hour and your teeth will shine to the natural white shade you would like them to be. Additionally, you can treat your bright teeth with our dental products.

Veneers and Lumineers

Veneers are thin, tooth-colored ceramic shells, that are bonded to the front side of the teeth. Indications are enamel damages and fractures, stains, dental deformity and optimization of the tooth position, i.e. closing the gap between the front teeth. The visible surface of the teeth will be very-thinly grinded, with only a minimum of natural tooth structure being lost. Thanks to its newest and most modern bonding technique, the veneers last much longer, in comparison to older techniques, that were being used by Hollywood stars like Marylin Monroe or James Dean. These shells would often not even last a whole day.

Lumineers are veneers, that are being bonded to the teeth without preparation.

Whether veneers or lumineers are being used, depends on the kind of correction, the tooth-position and the goal that one ultimately wants to achieve. This is decided on an individual basis.

Metal-ceramic crowns and zircon crowns (ceramic)

The term metal-ceramic crowns (known as VMK in german) is being used for crowns and bridges which are made of metal, and then sealed with ceramic.

With zircon crowns (a tooth-replacement material, solemly made of ceramic, which is also used in the NASA and in prosthtetics), outstanding result are achieved in terms of dental aesthetics, mainly because zircon is well-tolerated by the tissue, in comparison to other materials. Crowns are being used when the tooth is weakened by caries, endodontic treatment or split-off.

Composite fillings and ceramic inlays

Composite is a tooth coloured material made of plastic, glass, ceramic and quartz. Composite is mainly used for fillings in the front and side tooth area or for tooth corrections. The material is being applied in multiple layers, then shaped and permanently sealed together with the tooth, with the use of a unique glueing technique.

An inlay is a filling, which is mainly being used after deep caries damage and is shaped after a dental impression. There are two possibilites to construct the inlay: it can either be constructed at the dental laboratory and afterwards placed by the dentist or be constructed instantly, in just one session, with the help of CEREC (Ceramic Reconstruction) or the CAD/CAM method (Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manifacturing). In that case, instead of the common method of taking a dental impression, a camera will take a three-dimensional impression of the prepared tooth, within few seconds. According to the recorded data, a grinding machine constructs the work piece out of a ceramic block in less than 20 minutes. With the use of the CAD/CAM method, ceramic veneers and ceramic crowns can also be produced.

Gum corrections (Pink Aesthetic)

The gum can be damaged due to wrong cleaning techniques or diminish due to periodontal illnesses. Recession and exposed dental necks are the consequences. With the help of a minimally invasive procedure, such as recession covers using tisue transplant, the aesthetics can be upheld and amended. The various techniques of recession covers are individual from case to case. In the case of too much gum (Gummy Smile), the exessive gum can be removed with the use of a special laser and a natural, harmonic flow of the gum can be achieved.