Occlusion And TMJ therapy

A busy & stressful life can also have an important impact on our teeth. Actually, over the last 10 years, parfunctional habits such as bruxism and clenching have increased by about 100%! This condition is responsible for abnormal functional stresses which lead to excessive tooth wear, fracture and failure of restorations, as well as TMJ (Temporo-mandibular joint) problems. We take this into very serious consideration and therefore will evaluate carefully any sign of parafunction to integrate this risk factor into our treatment plan. We may decide to take some specific preventive measures in the form of night guards or other appliances which help to protect your teeth as well as new restorations. Such measures are of the highest significance for long-term restoration success and maintenance.

Procedures and Treatments

These are some of the most common procedures that are done

Color Corrections

Color Corrections

Some discolorations (white or brown) or simply a dark natural tooth co

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Anterior Esthetic Restorations

Anterior Esthetic Restorations

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Posterior Restorations

Posterior Restorations

Direct composites Light-curing composite resins are the material of ch

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Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Implants The replacement of missing teeth with implants is nowadays a

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Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal treatments & Oral surgery A periodontal treatment as w

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Occlusion And TMJ therapy

Occlusion And TMJ therapy

A busy & stressful life can also have an important impact on our t

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Prevention and Hygiene

Prevention and Hygiene

Prevention plays a predominant role in modern quality dentistry. Not o

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