What is an inlay and in which cases is it recommended?

What is a dental inlay? If you have come this far, it is probably because you have already read the word inlay in a quote or a professional has mentioned it to you and you have several questions that we are going to try to answer. An inlay is a way of covering the tooth integrally or partially, in order to give it stability and [...]

How to recreate the different layers of the tooth with composite

Reconstructions in the aesthetic dental sector - those involving central incisors, lateral incisors or canines - are laborious and require an effort and technique that are sometimes not appreciated by some patients, who may think that to solve a break in a central incisor (i.e. a palette), it is enough to 'glue' something [...].

Composite: what is it and what is it used for in dentistry?

In dental practices such as ours, a multitude of different instruments and materials are used, which are often quite unfamiliar to the general public. However, it is becoming increasingly common, especially among the younger generation, to show a certain curiosity and interest in understanding to a certain extent what goes on inside the dental surgery. [...]

Oral rehabilitation

Oral rehabilitation, although it sounds more like something a traumatologist or physiotherapist would do, is actually a dental treatment or, well, to be completely accurate, a set of treatments that we have called it. When is oral rehabilitation necessary? An oral rehabilitation is considered for patients whose [...]