1. DENTAL FILLING
Filling a tooth is the well-known filling all of us, perhaps the most popular dental practice. The treatment in this condition includes the removal of the "contaminated" surface of the tooth and its replacement with resin, a white material in the color of the tooth. In our practice, we use high quality branded resins that with the appropriate placement techniques give a natural result .
2. RESTORATIONS WITH GLASSWARE POSTS
Endodontically treated teeth (denervated) have often lost most of the toothpaste. To restore it we use fiberglass shafts in combination with resin reconstitution. The shafts act as a "pillar" and hold the resinous reconstruction.
3. INLAYS-ONLAYS COMPOSITES
In cases where a large part of a tooth is missing, the resin-inserts find application. These are resin constructions that are made orally in a laboratory and replace all the missing dental substance. Then, they are permanently bonded with a strong cement to the said tooth.