Broken tooth, caries

Aesthetic restoration is usually required when there are issues with the condition of central teeth, which, in most cases, prevents the patient from smiling. The result of our highly sensitive aesthetic restoration is fully functional and successfully restored or improved natural condition of the teeth.

Broken teeth are substituted with a newly formed part; professional oral hygiene is performed, teeth are bleached

Broken or cracked part of a tooth

One of the angles of the central tooth is broken, the bottom on the other one is slightly cracked

In order to avoid mechanical damage to the teeth, it is important to never use them for unfit purposes, e.g.,

  • cracking nuts,
  • opening bottles without a corkscrew,
  • trying to remove nails without pliers or trying to fold a wire,
  • trying to chew through solid bones,
  • preventing other possible trauma.

Tooth or teeth affected by caries

The longer the delay, the more dental tissue will be lost. Once you notice any signs of change in tooth coloration or a depression in the making, don‘t hesitate to contact our dental professionals. Ideally, it is best to come for a regular dental checkup, while it‘s still possible to prevent any further dental issues. Areas affected by decay are easier detected in early stages, it‘s much easier to stop the spread, avoid complex treatment and preserve your natural teeth on the whole.

Teeth affected by caries before aesthetic restoration
The same teeth, only after aesthetic restoration

If delayed and not treated in time, caries will spread and affect other teeth as well; teeth will have to be treated at first, and only then restoration may follow in order to recover their former shape and condition. However, this kind of restoration is not an end in itself for aesthetic purposes, but a necessary stage in treatment. Bad teeth can become an area of infection in the entire body.