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How Biomimetic Dentistry Can Save Your Cracked Tooth

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A cracked tooth can be a painful and stressful experience. Not only can it cause discomfort, but it can also lead to long-term dental problems if not treated properly. While a root canal and crown may have been the traditional solution, advancements in biomimetic dentistry have introduced techniques and materials that can effectively treat a cracked tooth while preserving as much of the natural tooth structure as possible. Invasive procedures like crowns, posts and root canals can lead to tooth failure in the long term and are significantly more invasive, expensive and time-consuming. Fortunately, there is a better way to treat a cracked tooth. In this blog post, we'll explore how biomimetic dentistry can be used to treat a cracked tooth, and why this innovative approach is becoming increasingly popular.

What is Biomimetic Dentistry?

Biomimetic dentistry is a minimally invasive approach to dental care that focuses on preserving as much of the natural tooth structure as possible. This approach uses advanced materials, protocols and techniques to mimic the natural structure and function of teeth, resulting in a more durable and long-lasting restoration.

How Biomimetic Dentistry Can Treat a Cracked Tooth?

When you have a cracked tooth, the first step is to determine the extent of the damage. If the crack is minor, it may be possible trace it down and then repair it with a simple stress-reduced, layered biomimetic filling. However, if the crack is more severe, a root canal, crown, onlay or overlay may be necessary.

With biomimetic dentistry techniques, it is possible to repair even severely cracked teeth without defaulting to the invasive procedures of traditional dentistry. The Biomimetic approach uses advanced materials like composite resin, fiber lamination and the gold standard of bonding agents to restore the natural structure of the tooth while preserving as much of the natural tooth structure as possible.

Occlusal adjustment is a technique that involves adjusting the biting surface of the tooth to distribute pressure more evenly across the bite. This technique is often used in combination with bonding or other restorative techniques to provide a long-lasting solution to cracked teeth.

Benefits of Biomimetic Dentistry

There are many benefits to using biomimetic dentistry techniques to treat a cracked tooth. First and foremost, this approach is minimally invasive and preserves as much of the natural tooth structure as possible, while often times saving you both time and money. In addition, biomimetic dentistry techniques are more durable and long-lasting than traditional restorations. This means that you can enjoy a healthy, beautiful smile for years to come.

If you have a cracked tooth, don’t wait to seek treatment. With the right treatment, it is possible to restore your tooth to its natural form and function. With biomimetic dentistry techniques, you can restore your smile without resorting to invasive procedures like crowns, posts or root canals. The Biomimetic approach to dentistry is the most minimally invasive approach, and it results in the most durable, and long-lasting restorations, making it an excellent choice for a more biological, healthier, and natural way to protect, preserve and restore your smile.

If we have spiked your curiosity and you would like to learn more about Biomimetic dentistry, we are always available to you in our studio for a consultation at 332-334-8290 or you can also feel free to take a look at other articles we have published about this found on our website at https://www.drmarclazare.com/blogs/

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