The Tooth Cycle of Death
Traditional, nonbonded restorations do not adequately restore the strength and structural integrity of natural teeth, as discussed here. Over the years, teeth restored with nonbonded restorations experience a series of…
The Problem with Traditional Dentistry
In 2005, 166 million dental restorations were placed just in the United States. Clinical studies suggest that more than half were replacements for failed restorations. Read moretest
How Can Biomimetic Dentistry Save Teeth and Prevent the Tooth Cycle of Death?
The three major objectives or “pillars” of biomimetic dentistry are to: mimic the properties and structure of natural teeth, preserve tooth vitality and healthy intact tooth structure, and restore the strength and biomechanics of natural teeth. Read moretest