Aesthetics – Invisible fillings and crowns

Possibilities of modern dental aesthetics

The aesthetics of the smile play an increasingly important role in today’s fast-moving society. The first impression you get of a person is made within a few seconds and is often decisive for the further (business) relationship.

Aesthetic dentistry does not only include “beautiful” dental prostheses but also deals with certain basic principles that must be adhered to in order to achieve a perfect result.

The position, shape and color of the teeth (white aesthetics) as well as the color and shape of the gums (red aesthetics) must be perfectly coordinated in order to be perceived as beautiful by the observer.

In order to achieve your desired goal, we are happy to create an individual treatment concept, perfectly tailored to you.

  • Highly aesthetic fillings perfectly adapted to your tooth color (ceramic-plastic fillings with modern hybrid composites and nanotechnology)
  • All-ceramic restorations (metal-free and biocompatible) – e.g. ceramic inlays, onlays, partial crowns, crowns, bridges)
  • Reconstruction of damaged teeth (e.g. through grinding or frequent consumption of acidic foods) with highly aesthetic composites using modern adhesive technology (bonding method)
  • Veneers (wafer-thin veneers made of all-ceramic) for correcting tooth discoloration or minor malpositions as well as shape changes
  • “Direct veneering” (veneering and tooth reshaping with nanohybrid plastics) for cosmetic shape correction

No – Bleaching is not harmful to the teeth. The bleaching agent used in the office is used in controlled doses. It is used so precisely that it cannot damage the teeth.

Bleaching/whitening is an in-office-based procedure done directly at the dental chair. That means that the dental assistant applies the bleaching agent to the teeth. It processes until the desired results are achieved. It can be repeated up to 3 times per session if needed. It is also possible to make a tray for home use. You will also receive a whitening agent from us to continue the procedure at home.

Veneers are wafer-thin ceramic shields that are permanently applied to the teeth to achieve an optimal aesthetic result. Beforehand a small amount of the patient’s own enamel must be removed, caused by irregular shapes, color or position.

With direct veneering, the ceramic veneers are applied directly to the tooth without having to grind the tooth beforehand.

Please also have a look at our FAQ.