Looking after your teeth plays a big role in your health as well as the rest of your body.

What is restorative dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is one of the major branches of dentistry. Its goal is to prevent any future dental problems. However, if problems occur due to poor oral hygiene, an unhealthy lifestyle or when the body is unable to defend itself against tooth decay, its role is to treat these problems in time.

Procedures in restorative dentistry

Restorative dentistry refers to basic dental procedures including tooth restoration, cavity fillings, dental sealants or professional dental hygiene. After removing the decay, the dentist replaces it with a filling. Thanks to our special laboratory equipment (CAD/CAM), you can choose in addition to traditional white composite fillings also ceramic Onlay, Inlay, and Overlay fillings, which are the highest quality guarantee.

Ceramic fillings

What a course of treatment consists of?

The treatment consists in removing tooth decay and then replacing the infected tissue with filling materials. Early diagnosis prevents caries from penetrating the dental pulp. However, if the tooth nerve has become infected, is required in order to heal the tooth.

More about root canal treatment

Keep your natural teeth as long as possible

Restorative dental care also involves the overall health of your mouth. It improves not only your aesthetic appearance but also the overall health of your teeth. Regular dental checkups can help your teeth stay healthy into old age.

Dental Hygiene