Aesthetic dentistry in our dental practice in Mainz
– beauty for your teeth
Of course, all our treatments in our dental practice also focus on optimal aesthetics. Beautiful teeth signify health, wellbeing and success – both professionally and privately
Aesthetic dentistry aims primarily to restore teeth to their natural appearance. Many people are lucky and naturally blessed with pearl-white and perfectly straight teeth. However, thanks to aesthetic dentistry, no one has to hide their smile.
In aesthetic dentistry, we distinguish between white and red dental aesthetics. The first deals with the teeth, while red is concerned with the soft tissue – the gums.
In our dental practice we offer numerous possibilities, including correcting minor tooth misalignments, repairing cracks and grooves and optimising the colour of your teeth by whitening (bleaching). We also replace fillings that are unattractive and hazardous to health, such as amalgam, with composite fillings of the same colour as your teeth and ceramic inlays.
A perfect smile is the result of the relationship between teeth and gums. The two together create a visually appealing overall result and are the secret to an attractive smile.
Inconspicuous tooth correction - for adults too
Mild to moderate malocclusions in adolescents and adults can be corrected with state-of-the-art dental braces called aligners. The plastic braces are transparent, fit closely, are comfortable to wear and enable very inconspicuous treatment. We work together with experienced orthodontists here
Red dental aesthetics – gum corrections
Beautiful and healthy teeth are not the only aspect of aesthetic dentistry. Gums also play an important role in a friendly smile and healthy teeth that can perform their function. Minimally invasive dental surgery at Zahnpoint Mainz can be used, for example, to reconstruct lost tissue without the teeth losing their shape and support. However, irreversibly damaged gums or bone caused by periodontitis can also be reconstructed in other parts of the jaw. In this way, exposed tooth necks can be covered with mucous membrane transplants.
You can find detailed information about oral surgery in our dental practice on our topic website at: www.oralchirurgie-mainz.com