A dental prosthetic is a device used to restore the functionality and aesthetics of the mouth in cases where one or more teeth are missing.
There are different types of dental prosthetics that are used depending on the patient’s needs.
Among the most common types of dental prosthetics, there are aesthetic dental prosthetics, which include:
These are prosthetics that have a mainly aesthetic function, as the name implies, as their objective is to restore the appearance of the tooth in shape and color, harmonizing it with adjacent teeth.
Digital Smile Design (DSD) is the procedure that allows, through specific software, to program accurately the prosthetic rehabilitation interventions, and previewing the final result.
The objective is to obtain a harmonious, balanced, and functional smile.
Thanks to this technology, it will be possible to make various aesthetic tests and decide the best way to intervene and the most suitable type of device.
The three-step technique is a prosthetic rehabilitation adhesive procedure that is structured into three main moments and is particularly useful for patients who have worn or eroded teeth.
This technique is not painful or invasive, it does not remove the tooth but only adds material to restore it aesthetically and functionally.
This type of procedure is also called “No Prep”, because it is only additive and no prior filing of the tooth is required.