Aesthetic dentistryThe materials used in modern dentistry must meet many requirements. In addition to long durability and unconditional compatibility, the material should have an aesthetics as close as possible to the natural tooth.
The materials used in modern dentistry for fillings, bridges, crowns, etc. are made of true high-performance materials that provide practically solutions for every conceivable treatment situation and are perfectly compatible. After all, some dental materials have direct contact with your body over a long period of time.
We rely on biocompatible substances. For example, (tooth) medicine refers to materials that are biocompatible and, when directly in contact with tissue, have no negative effects or exert a negative influence on the metabolism or even initiate defense reactions.
Dental materials such as ceramics and zirconia are completely biocompatible:
- No allergy potential
- Mucosa and tissue compatible
- No measurable solubility (no release of ingredients to the tissue)