We use high-quality composite aesthetic materials (white fillings) for fabricating fillings that allow excellent aesthetics of the replaced surfaces of teeth.
For many years, the main problem in the dental caries management was leakage along the edges that would occur due to insufficient bonding of the filling with the surface of dental tissue. This problem was solved by introducing dentine adhesive systems, whose main role is the mechanical and chemical bonding of the composite material with the tooth. In order to make this possible, it is necessary to change the properties of the surface of the tooth.
By binding to the tooth surface, adhesives also seal that surface and provide biochemical protection of the pulp, thereby reducing the need for placing the substrate, thus protecting the pulp from chemical and bacterial influences.
We use high-quality composite aesthetic materials (white fillings) for fabricating fillings that allow excellent aesthetics of the replaced surfaces of teeth. Such materials are chemically bonded to the tooth and require minimal grinding of hard dental tissues, and they have virtually replaced the amalgam (black) fillings.
We strive to preserve the vitality of the dental pulp with indirect and direct capping with protective agents. We diagnose and perform effective treatment of the pulp and periapical dental diseases through the machine processing of root canals with NiTi files, along with electronic and RVG determination of the root canal length, which ensures outstanding precision.