• Digital Smile Design (DSD)

    DSD is a new technique which study smile aesthetics in every patient

    DSD takes account into lips and mouth appearance, as well as physical factions and expressions of every person to analyze individual aesthetic

    This study consist in three phases:
    1.Regsitres: We take molds ??, pictures and videos to the patient face and smile and we study which aspects could be improved.
    2.Computerized smile study: Every single photo is analyzed using professional softwares. We design the new smile and paste it with wax to the models, in order to define shape, position and color of the tooth.
    3.Mock up: Is a treatment simulation directly into the patient's mouth using the molds mentioned before. It's a compound made of acrylic resin, it's detachable and reproduces exactly the plan suggested. We take new pictures in order to compare the "after and before" process

    Finally, the patient will be able to choose with security if he wants this aesthetic treatment before we start

    Tooth whitening

    Tooth whitening is a treatment for discoloured teeth, restoring or improving their colour and brightness.

    It consists of applying an oxidizing gel that removes the impurities that darken teeth. This treatment may require between 2 and 4 weeks and must be planned individually for each patient, as the cause and intensity of the discolouration vary from person to person.

    Porcelain veneers

    Laminates or veneers are thin layers of porcelain or composite material made to measure for each patient and which are bonded to the visible part of the tooth. They improve or restore an attractive appearance if you have darkened, worn or broken teeth, teeth that are slightly crooked or if you want to close gaps between teeth.

    Dental rejuvenation

    Minor erosions or wear that appear on teeth with age can be corrected quickly and simply, restoring the tooth's original shape. Latest-generation resins and long-term stable gluing techniques are used that bond to the natural tooth. These procedures are completed in a single session and no anaesthesia is required.

    Treatment of cavities

    Tooth decay is the most common cause of tooth destruction. It is caused by acids formed by bacteria coming into contact with the tooth enamel. There are two types of restoration:
    Direct restoration (or filling): for treating small cavities. The material used is composite, a latest-generation resin with properties similar to that of tooth enamel.
    Onlays: for large cavities. This restoration is prepared in the laboratory and subsequently bonded to the hollowed-out tooth after cleaning and removing the decay.

    Receding gums

    The gum may recede because of a disease or overly harsh brushing. Recession exposes the root, which may lead to:
    Hypersensitivity to hot or cold.
    Risk of losing the tooth.
    Appearance of cavities in the root.

    The treatment of gum recession consists of using microsurgery techniques to restore the gums' natural appearance and colour, covering the exposed roots.

    Gummy smile

    Sometimes, the gum is oversized and covers too much tooth, causing what is known as a 'gummy smile'. A simple treatment eliminates this excess and restores the tooth's true size, giving a natural, attractive smile.

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