Minimally Invasive Dentistry
Primum non nocere (Greek) – According to this ancient proverb, during their helping efforts, the should always keep it in mind to heal with as little harm as possible. This theory is applied in dental practice most extensively in the use of veneers. They are thin as hair ceramic shells. The tooth is made ready for the treatment with a slight preparation, during which you can count with about 28% tooth substance loss, contrary to the crowns when this percentage may be more than 70%. After the precise dental impression, a dental technician makes ceramic veneers (only 0.5-0.9 mm) and the dentist fixes these with a special adhesive method to the tooth surface. We can make „non prep veneers” more and more frequently, in case of which it is not necessary to prepare the teeth at all.
Our motto is to achieve the best aesthetic results with the most minimal tooth substance loss.