Return the smile to those who experience discomfort due to a blemish

It deals with improving the quality of life of those who experience discomfort due to a blemish. The loss of volumes of the peri-oral tissues (related to aging), sometimes determines the presence of shadows and furrows that give life to wrinkles and blemishes. Through the use of fillers (hyaluronic acid) or thanks to the botulinum toxin it is possible to restore the correct morphologies of the tissues surrounding the oral cavity.

A filler treatment is a cosmetic dermatological procedure that is used to minimize the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles to restore a youthful appearance. It's a fantastic treatment option for anyone who wants to get rid of the signs of aging but isn't willing to undergo invasive treatments like a traditional facelift.

The importance of aesthetics

Nowadays aesthetics has a special importance and since the face and especially the mouth and teeth play an important role, the need arose to develop aesthetic dentistry.

People love beauty and want to look beautiful, and in cases where there are problems in someone's smile, then through specific techniques, super aesthetic materials and surgery, a perfect smile is achieved. Below we explain some of the materials and techniques used.

Aesthetic surgery of the gums

This surgery consists of removing part of the bone and gums that surround the teeth. After this surgery, the gums are expected to heal for 6 weeks and then the prosthetic work can continue.

Questo intervento viene eseguito nei seguenti casi:

  1. Gummy smile; these are cases in which the person's gum is very evident during a smile or a laugh. In these cases the level of the gum rises higher and therefore the teeth are covered with porcelain veneers (Laminate) or with porcelain crowns.
  2. In cases where the gums are enlarged, due to the use of various medicines or gum disease, and cover part of the teeth.
  3. In cases where we have a difference in the length of the first teeth. By interfering with the gingival part we can make the teeth have the same length.
  4. In cases where the length of the tooth is insufficient to carry out work on it, we intervene by carrying out an extension of the crown (Crown Lengthening).

Why do teeth change their natural color?

When your teeth begin to change their natural color and from pearly white they tend to beige or yellow, it means that something in your health or in your dental care is not going as it should. Let's find out together what are the causes of dyschromia affecting your teeth!

The natural color of the teeth

Contrary to what is generally thought, the color of each tooth is never completely white, but has slight shades that vary according to the breed and, also, to the color of the hair and which increase in intensity from the free edge at the gingival collar of each single tooth. Suffice it to say that, in perfect conditions of dental health, the Mediterranean peoples have white teeth tending towards yellow, while the Nordic peoples exhibit a white color tending towards grey. Deciduous teeth, i.e. those that fall out between the ages of 6 and 12 and are then replaced by permanent teeth, are the only ones that have a completely white color. With age, teeth tend to wear out and their color to become darker, losing transparency. Under normal conditions the enamel has a certain amount of transparency, in order to show the color of the underlying dentin, and a certain amount of; therefore, in general, the enamel varies between transparent and white depending on the individual. Dentin, on the other hand, is yellow to the human eye and has a much lower transparency percentage than enamel; therefore it appears depending on the individuals yellow with different shades and with a certain transparency. It follows that iThe color of the teeth depends on the dentin, but the chromatic combination between enamel and dentin is important and decisive. Any physiological or pathological change in the internal structure of these elements also causes a change in the color of the tooth.

Dental veneers

Veneers, which can be made of resin or ceramic (porcelain), are used to improve the external "face" of the front teeth.

Advantages: if there are the conditions to make the latest generation veneers, the tooth does NOT need to be filed less than with traditional crowns.

Dental inlay

Carious processes or dark (amalgam) fillings can be replaced by inlays, which are prosthetic restorations made in the laboratory and can be made of composite resin or ceramic (porcelain).

Advantages: They are usually better materials than traditional fillings, because they are made outside the mouth and with specific microscopes. They allow a considerable duration over time and have a lot of resistance and aesthetics.

Teeth whitening

Professional teeth whitening allows you to whiten your natural teeth a few shades.

Advantages: with a modest amount, and in just 20 minutes, you get a brighter smile.

Full ceramic crowns

Metal-free, they are the most aesthetic material in the world for making dental crowns.

Advantages: they are the most aesthetic material on the market.

Injectables and Dermal Fillers

Lip fillers