Aesthetic restorative dentistry consists of restorations performed in the aesthetic region of the oral cavity, incisors and canines. The objective is to mimic the different shades of tooth color, so that it’s as natural and aesthetic as possible. Being restorations of very high complexity and made with composite resins prepared for this purpose, they have a palette of colors and tones that allows this mimicry. They are restorations with the same durability as conventional restorations, provided the patient is properly maintained.
Current dental medicine seeks to restore the aesthetics and well-being of patients, restoring their self-esteem, the pleasure of smiling. There are countless techniques and materials used to improve the smile, ranging from tooth whitening, resins, veneers and porcelain crowns. Today patients are already seeking dental treatment for aesthetic reasons.
Resin restorations, also known as white restorations, are widely used today, whether to replace old restorations or restore cavities. Resins are also widely used to improve the shape of teeth, to repair broken, stained, spaced or slightly misaligned teeth that can transform your new smile. It is possible to change all dark or metallic restorations. The posterior teeth, which were previously restored only by silver amalgam (metallic material, gray in color), can now be restored in resin.
Aesthetic restorative dentistry is an area of ??dentistry that has undergone considerable evolution over the past few years. This development is due to the appearance of more resistant, lasting and stable composite resins, as well as aesthetically more pleasant.
Aesthetic restorations are performed in the esthetic region of the oral cavity, incisors and canines. They are stratified restorations to mimic the different shades of tooth color, so that it is as natural and aesthetically beautiful as possible. Of high complexity, they must be made with composite resins prepared for this purpose and with a palette of colors and tones that allows a mimic. They have the same durability as conventional restorations, but the patient must be properly maintained in order to achieve fantastic aesthetic results.