What is Dental aesthetics?
Regardless of how well you care for your teeth, it is inevitable that, over time, some yellowing or discoloration will occur. This gradual change can be caused by aging, substances that stain your teeth (such as coffee, tea, red wine, or tobacco), excessive fluoride, or the deterioration of a tooth’s nerve. A tooth whitening treatment can be performed either as an at-home, dentist-supervised process, or in the dentist’s chair.
While neither of these methods stops future discoloration, these treatments bring about whiter teeth and help create a more vibrant smile.
Specialists in dental aesthetics treatments in Barcelona
Techniques such as orthodontics, dental whitening, aesthetic fillings or porcelain veneers have undergone an evolution, oriented towards aesthetics, to meet the current demands of the population. Nowadays it is possible to carry out everything from simple tooth whitening to the complete replacement of all teeth using implant techniques.
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Dental Aesthetics: What are your doubts?
Everyone likes to have a beautiful smile. Many patients come to our clinic asking us for help with the appearance of their smile. Here are some of the most frequent doubts in this field.
At Clínica Dental Nart, we are specialists in smile design. Dr. Luis Nart is a specialist in dental aesthetic treatments. He has worked on many cases in which, thanks to his experience and knowledge, he has managed to restore the smile of patients.
Sometimes, quick action can make it possible for the tooth to recover. Stay calm, pick it up from the floor holding it by the crown, not by the root and if possible wash it with saline solution or water, never use soap or brush the root. You should try to put the tooth back in place making sure it is in the correct position and go to the dentist immediately. It is easier than it looks as the root of the tooth fits perfectly into the tooth socket (the hollow where the tooth used to be). Keep the tooth in a glass of milk (preferably whole milk) or saline solution. As a last resort it could be placed in your mouth next to your cheek or under your tongue, in contact with your saliva. The time factor is the most important factor in the success of the reimplanted tooth.
The training of the prosthodontist includes an in-depth study of the relationship between the teeth and jaws, which is essential to ensure a good bite. In collaboration with other specialists, prosthodontists treat patients with congenital anomalies or temporomandibular joint disorders and can perform complex oral rehabilitations.