En raison de la pandémie de COVID-19, les dentistes et les orthodontistes ont dû prendre des mesures afin de limiter la propagation du virus dans leurs cliniques. Des protocoles ont donc été mis en place pour la sécurité de tous et de toutes. Cependant, le personnel des cliniques a aussi besoin de votre collaboration.
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What is dental aesthetics?
A beautiful smile can often give you self-confidence and therefore confidence on a daily basis, which is why it is so important for some people to want to change their smile to suit their taste.
Dental aesthetics, also called aesthetic dentistry, is an art combined with science. It includes all the manipulations and tools available to dentists to improve the appearance of their patients’ smiles, such as veneers, dental crowns and tooth whitening. To obtain the best possible results, facial characteristics must be taken into account in order to harmonize the smile with the rest of the face.
An aesthetic smile is a smile with as few defects as possible. A person’s satisfaction with their smile depends on several characteristics: the teeth must be as straight and white as possible. Their size and shape must match each other and also the size and shape of the face. Discover the aesthetics of smiling and orthodontics.
Only a handful of lucky people can boast of having an aesthetic smile without the need for cosmetic dentistry. However, there is hope! With a good team of oral health professionals and an investment of time and money, almost any defect can now be fixed.
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Artificial dental crowns are part of the family of fixed partial dentures.
What are they used for?
Crowns are used in cosmetic dentistry to cover damaged, broken, devitalized (dead) or severely decayed teeth that no longer have enough healthy tooth structure to be able to make a new filling or support a veneer. Crowns can strengthen and beautify these teeth, especially if several of their surfaces need to be rebuilt. The artificial crown can be seen as a kind of cap that is cemented over a natural tooth.
They are indicated when it is still possible to save teeth that are severely damaged, such as in cases where the dental pulp is not affected and root canal treatment can be considered. The dental root must therefore still be usable to consider installing a crown.
It is sometimes necessary to manufacture and install a pivot that is anchored in the root of a tooth before a crown can be installed. A pivot is required if the natural tooth structure is destroyed after root canal treatment, as it is the only one that can provide good support for the crown.
Like veneers, artificial crowns can also correct several minor dental defects. They are used in several cases: