If, as the saying goes, the eyes are the windows to the soul, then our smile is our calling card. Everyone wants an attractive smile, conveying health, vitality and harmony. In recent years, thanks to advancements made in technology and materials, a dentist specializing in cosmetic dentistry can provide his patients with quality medical treatment as well as natural, beautiful looking teeth.
The field of cosmetic dentistry is a micro cosmos of its own, based on cultural factors and principles of harmony, symmetry, geometry, material science and color theory, and above all - the human soul and its yearning for beauty; this is not a simple challenge. At our clinic, we are equipped with many tools and means to attain this goal.
In order to restore a broken tooth or part of a tooth that is missing after a root canal, or as part of a restoration plan, a crown will be installed. The role of the crown is to replace the tooth’s natural crown both aesthetically and functionally. To install a crown on a tooth or dental implant, the dentist and technician must work together. After preparing the tooth...
A porcelain onlay is essentially a type of restoration/ lab-produced filling made of porcelain. In situations of caries or a broken tooth, the tooth must be restored using filling material. In the past, the only available option for restoring the tooth was using amalgam, a silver-colored, non-aesthetic filling. However, over the past few years, more and more people are...
A porcelain crown is a basic rehabilitative tool that serves as a replacement for the tooth’s natural crown in order to improve both function and aesthetics. When will we choose a porcelain crown as a rehabilitative solution? When the crowns of the teeth have been extensively damaged by caries and subsequently undergo a root canal, they will be repaired with a...Porcelain Crowns
Many parents wonder why the baby teeth should be treated, since they will fall out anyway. The problem lies in the fact that we forget that the baby teeth serve our children from the time they are babies until they are about thirteen! Our children eat with their baby teeth. Their teeth play an important role in growth, speech, pronunciation and the development of the jaw...Cosmetic Dental Treatments for Children
The smile may be perfect, but one white stain can ruin the whole thing. What are those white stains on the surface of the teeth? Stains testify to a local problem in the development of the tooth’s enamel. The stain can appear in various shapes, as one or more specks on the surface of the tooth, or as streaks. Sometimes, there are several teeth involved. The different shade...White Stains on the Teeth
A missing anterior tooth poses a rehabilitative and aesthetic challenge. There are several ways to replace it: 1. Implant – Insertion of an implant at the vacant area and rehabilitation of the missing tooth by affixing a porcelain crown. 2. Bridge – Sharpening at least one tooth on either side of the vacant area, and then affixing a porcelain bridge. 3. Maryland bridge...Read more about Maryland Bridge
A filling is intended to aesthetically and functionally restore a defect in a tooth caused by caries, a disease caused by bacteria that adhere to the teeth, transforming sugars from the food we eat into acids that cause cavities. These cavities, if left untreated, will cause pain and eventually necessitate a root canal or extraction of the tooth. To prevent caries and to...Read more about Fillings
When an aesthetic dental defect exists, such as gaps between teeth, broken teeth, faulty reconstructions, discolored teeth (following a root canal), teeth stained due to medication or when the patient just wants to change tooth form, the tooth can either be rebuilt or faced with a veneer: A.Bonding – A composite restoration that is bonded to the tooth without harming it....Read more about Dental Veneers
Awareness of health issues and quality of life has greatly increased during the past decade. In the past, someone whose teeth had turned dark had to live with the unpleasant reality; today, darkened (yellow, grey or brown) teeth can be treated simply, safely, quickly and inexpensively – by tooth whitening. Teeth that have been darkened and stained can be lightened by...Read more about Tooth Whitening
Zirconia Crowns Advanced dental clinics use crowns as an artificial replacement for the tooth’s crown, for oral rehabilitation and to improve the patient’s cosmetic appearance. The use of crowns completes the restoration of missing teeth and the strengthening of weak teeth with the aim of preventing ongoing damage. Today, as cosmetic dentistry becomes a more significant...Read more about Zirconia Crowns