Dental Arts offers you the full range of professional support from prevention to diagnosis and treatment. Our team of experts and specialists will assist and guide you through your treatment options.
A replacement of amalgam with bionert tooth-coloured ceramic restorations stabilises the tooth permanently and creates a more attractive appearance.
In response to a meal the body produces acids which make the teeth vulnerable. Saliva has the ability to neutralise these acids and remineralize the enamel within hours.
The effectiveness of this repair mechanism can be highly disturbed by our nutrition choices. Especially consistent consumption of acidic drinks or food increases the risk of enamel damage significantly. Also eating disorders or other reasons to expose the teeth to stomach acid can have a dramatic impact on enamel and dentin.
Frequent consultation with a dental hygienist. and if indicated a nutritionist. will help to build a foundation for your dental health. If it is required to rebuild teeth concerning shape, colour and function, minimally invasive dentistry plays a major role.
If a bulimia is diagnosed the health insurance often bears the incurred costs. Unfortunately, people suffering bulimia are often ashamed to talk about their problems. The sooner the problem is identified, the better measures can be applied to save your teeth.
Caries (tooth decay)
Healthy teeth are important for a high quality of life. Caries is the most common dental disease in the world and it is mainly a consequence of wrong eating habits. At greatest risk are fissures (grooves in the grinding surface of the molars) and parts of the dentition that are hard to reach with a toothbrush.
During the treatment of tooth damage caused by dental decay, the affected part is removed by drilling and the cavity is medically sealed. To prevent your teeth from dental decay it is recommended to attend dental hygiene treatments regularly.
Frenectomy (removal of a frenulum)
A frenectomy is the removal of a frenulum. a small fold of tissue inside the lip in the middle of the upper and lower jaw. inserting into the jawbone. In some cases the frenulum can be too short and limit the mobility of the upper or lower lip. In other cases it can have a negative effect on the development of the tooth position. leading to misalignment and esthetic compromises. Prominent is for instance a big gap between the two upper central incisors (diastema). It is also often described as the main reason of gum loss and root exposure of teeth close to the frenulum. If these negative effects are observed an early surgical treatment to remove the frenulum is indicated. In many times the removal is already performed in childhood. Minimal invasive surgical methods are applied.