Instead of simply filling cavities as though they were potholes, Biomimetic keeps the patient's long-term dental health in focus. With Biomimetic dentistry, only the decay is removed from the teeth.
These bonded restorations function and behave like natural teeth and break the traditional dental cycle (not patient’s teeth)!
- Biomimetic is the treatment of weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that keeps them strong and seals them from the invasion of bacteria.
- Biomimetic reduces the need for cutting teeth down for crowns.
- Biomimetic helps to prevent root canal treatments whenever possible.
- If a tooth is aggressively damaged, Biomimetic aims to reinforce the remaining tooth structure with a special material, so that the forces on the tooth while chewing are reduced.
This helps to prevent developing cracks that could lead to fracture, and locks out the bacteria Biomimetic means restoring the teeth to its natural forms in terms of function, aesthetics and strength.It is very important to protect and conserve as much of the natural tooth and gum structure as possible, which is only possible with Biomimetic procedure.