Restoration and restoration of teeth

We tell you about the types of restoring the aesthetics and function of teeth
Reliability and high aesthetics
Installation time — from 2 weeks
from 44 000 Rub

What is dental restoration?

Restoration of teeth – is the restoration of aesthetics, form, functionality, that is, bringing teeth to their natural physiological state.

With restorations, we can optimize the color and shape of your teeth in a way that improves your smile as a whole. And modern methods and technologies allow us to perform artistic restorations that are indistinguishable from natural teeth.

When does restoration apply?

Indications for reinstatement can vary:

  • Chipped or otherwise damaged teeth;
  • Cracks;
  • Destruction or wear of enamel;
  • Age spots;
  • Cavities;
  • Erasability;
  • Unsightly tooth shape;
  • Uneven cutting edge.

Composite restoration

This is a tooth augmentation using composite material in a single visit to a general dentist.

Pros of composite tooth restoration

Modern composite materials allow you to mimic dentin, enamel, its natural color and shine in the desired transparency and color range. The use of a dental microscope now makes it possible to make tooth processing minimal and recreate the relief amazingly accurate. This is why very often the restoration of teeth with photopolymers is called artistic dental restoration. 

Minuses of composite tooth restoration

The service life of composite restorations is less than that of ceramic crowns or linings. The average service life of a light seal is 5 years.

Absolutely any, even modern composite, eventually shrinks during curing. Even minimal shrinkage leads to a violation of the fit of the restoration to the tooth tissues. This means that untimely replacement of the restoration will entail secondary carious processes.

What is the difference between a filling and a composite restoration?

In general, both cases use the same treatment protocol: composite materials are applied to the tooth layer by layer, held in place by chemical bonds through an adhesive (adhesive), and cured using a photopolymerization lamp.

But aesthetic composite restoration is characterized by the approach of a particular specialist, his artistic vision, and his level of professionalism. Materials that mimic dentin and enamel are applied exactly with the physiological features of the tooth structure: different shades and colors at different levels. After curing, the restoration is polished to a mirror-like shine using abrasives of different levels. In this way, absolute invisibility is achieved.

Veneers, inlays, onlays, crowns

Veneers, inlays, onlays, crowns – are structures that mimic  a tooth or part of a tooth, fabricated in a laboratory.

Advantages of indirect restorations

Advantages:
  • Accuracy
    A restoration made in a technical laboratory will always be much more accurate than a direct one, since the technician has the opportunity to detail the product without time limits.

  • Aesthetics
    Ceramics and zirconium dioxide have an aesthetics very close to natural aesthetics due to the properties of light conduction, light refraction, which have almost the same properties of enamel and dentin. Metal-free designs do not change color, do not stain, and retain smoothness.

  • Durability
    This restoration is more durable and resistant to wear. Zirconium dioxide can withstand very high temperatures and quite strong impacts. 

  • Dental health
    After fixation, the structure will never shrink – therefore, there will be no disturbance of the fit, of course, with the prerequisite of proper installation. Which ensures health and excellent aesthetics.

  • Lifespan
    Orthopedic designs last for more than 10 years.

Disadvantages:
  • High cost.

Which restoration is right for you?

Veneers

These are thin ceramic plates to restore the aesthetic shape and color of the front teeth. Veneers can be made based on the patient's wishes: as natural and close to the natural smile as possible, or much whiter and brighter.

Tabs

Inlay restorations of chewing teeth are used in case of internal tooth decay, when the facade of the crown part is preserved, but the decay has gone deep.

Overlays

An indirect construction used when a large area of the crown portion of the tooth is destroyed: both the wall and the internal cavity.

Crowns

The crown covers the tooth completely, like a cap. With a crown, you can virtually completely restore the crown of the tooth.

Restoration of anterior teeth

Both composite restorations and veneers can be used to restore your front teeth.

Veneers will last longer, whereas a composite restoration should be replaced after 5 years. However, you don't always have the time or ability to have a veneer placed right away. A composite restoration made with quality materials will be a worthy alternative.

Diagnostic consultation with a leading orthopedist
  • CBCT, scanning, photo protocol
  • A detailed treatment plan in 1.5 hours
  • Personal curator's help
4 900 rub
10 000 rub

Cost of restorations

Керамический винир/коронка (e-max/цирконий) категории стандарт 44 000 rub

Керамический винир/коронка (e-max/цирконий) повышенной эстетики 59 000 rub

Керамический винир/коронка (e-max/цирконий) авторской эстетики 88 000 rub

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21.12.2021
Updated 27.12.2023