Restorative dentistry

Restorative dentistry is one of the basic disciplines of classical dentistry that deals with the repair of the career of age-related cavities and fractured parts of the tooth.

Restorative dentistry includes diagnostics, dental treatment and replacement of damaged dental tissue by composite restorations. Composite fillings are modern aesthetic replacements for former high quality amalgam fillings. They provide the ability to anatomically shape the tooth in color identical to the natural tooth color so that a well-made composite restoration is not visible to the tooth.

The use of these modern materials achieves exceptional adhesion to dental tissue and thus avoids the appearance of secondary caries on the edges of the filling. They provide a "minimally invasive preparation" approach that eliminates exclusively caries-altered tooth structure with maximum respect and preservation of healthy tooth tissue.

The materials used today faithfully mimic the appearance of a natural tooth and, if properly applied, bind to the surface of the tooth and form a unique whole with it.

It is thanks to the latest dental materials that any earlier defects become completely invisible and your smile can shine with full radiance.