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Aesthetic and Restorative Dental Medicine...

Dental services → Aesthetic and Restorative Dental Medicine...

Aesthetic/cosmetic and restorative dental medicine includes all procedures for the rehabilitation and functioning of the dental crown (the part above the gums) and repairing aesthetic appearance of teeth, i.e, its color, shape and spacing between the teeth. In this way, apart from the oral health, we can achieve the attractiveness and beauty of a smile.

Estetska dentalna medicina osim na dobru prevenciju, dijagnozu i sanaciju oralnih struktura, stavlja naglasak na estetiku osmijeha, zdrave i prekrasne bijele zube.


Porcelain veneers (Veneers)...

Porcelain veneers (veneers) are individually made ceramic facets, which are cemented to the prepared tooth surface. Today's materials, ie. Extremely translucent and transparent ceramics (porcelain), are used to prepare substitute teeth and allow for a completely natural look.


Crowns...

Crowns are prosthetic replacements which reconstruct the function and aesthetics of the damaged tooth (included for non-vital teeth, teeth damaged by comprehensive decay, teeth lacking structure, and are used to replace worn-out old crowns).


Bridges...

Bridges are functional and aesthetic prosthetic restorations that replace one or more teeth. Missing teeth can lead to pathological changes in the bite, panning and tilting of teeth, joint damage, the development of periodontal disease and the emergence of new cavities. While making bridges, there is a need to hone adjacent teeth so they serve as the bridge supports.


Fillings...

Fillings are used for lost tooth structure (caused by decay or fracture) in cases where the defect of the tooth is not too severe. In the past unaesthetic filling materials such as amalgam was used. In recent years, amalgam is hardly used because of poor bonding to the tooth and the metal appears unnatural.


Teeth whitening...

Teeth whitening: a short dental examination shall take place to establish whether there are any diseases or conditions that need to be addressed before bleaching (e.g., cavities, old fillings, fractures). Based on the patient's wishes and expectations, the most appropriate method of whitening will be selected. Whitening "on your own", without professional supervision, is not recommended because it regularly has a weaker effect, and it may cause damage to the teeth and oral mucosa.