How is a tooth made?
Everyone appreciates the esthetics of a perfect smile, many understand the importance of a healthy mouth, but few actually know how a tooth is really made. For this reason, let us speak about structure, shape and anatomy of teeth. Every tooth presents a particular structure and shape according to its function, and is made of various tissues of different degrees of hardness and resistance, from the outside inwards.
Oral piercing: what are the risks?
Body piercing is a body modification practice with an esthetic and ornamental aim which is sometimes considered to be a form of transgression or self-expression. It consists in the insertion of implants or jewelry in various parts of the body, including the mouth: tongue, cheek or lip piercings represent a widespread fashion not only among teenagers, but also in adults.
Digital technology in the service of esthetics: GETApp Fradeani
Before beginning a prosthetic treatment involving the application of veneers or crowns, it is essential for the dentist to carry out an esthetic analysis by collecting parameters and measurements of teeth, smile and face of the patient: only by studying the overall harmony of the entire face will the clinician be able to suggest a customized treatment plan with the aim of reaching a satisfying and predictable result both esthetically and functionally.
Have you ever heard of a mock-up?
Many patients are not satisfied with the esthetic appearance of their smile, and would like to improve it: a prosthetic rehabilitation with veneers and crowns can solve this problem and give back the patient not only a harmonious smile, but also a more confident attitude.
Prevention begins during pregnancy
Right from a baby’s first months of life, prevention of tooth decay and mouth diseases is very important, being the mouth a child’s main means of experimenting and discovering the world as well as eating and communicating.
How to take care of my oral hygiene also at home?
Scientific evidence proves that with a very thorough home oral care it is possible to remove only up to 42% of plaque and clean only 40% of the dental surfaces.
2D and 3D X-ray
The use of X-ray technology in dentistry is fundamental for a correct diagnosis. Our clinic is provided with state-of-the-art last-generation X-ray equipment, undergoing periodical maintenance and quality control to test conformity and radiation exposition.
The dental laboratory
Taking care of our patients means guaranteeing the best possible esthetic and functional results of the treatment, but also meeting every logistic demand there may be.
It is possible to take digital dental impressions by using an intra-oral scanner, a tool recording an optic impression of the teeth and all supporting structures (eg gingiva) and scanning every morphologic detail.
For some people, the fear of the dentist (which in most cases is connected to negative experiences and memories) can become a real phobia leading the patient to give up all treatments and neglect his/her oral health.