Learn More About Bioesthetic Dentistry From Our Medford Dentist

by Dr. Vareldzis | Date Published: 2019-01-15

Many dental patients don’t realize this, but there are actually a number of different treatment philosophies in the dental world. When you’re looking for a dentist, it’s important that you get a true sense of your dentist’s philosophy and priorities.

With that in mind, our Medford dentist has put together this short overview of what it means to be a bioesthetic dentist, because, you guessed it, in our Medford office we practice bioesthetic dentistry! So, let’s get started!

What do we mean by bioesthetic?

When we say that we practice bioesthetic dentistry, we primarily mean that, when treating dental problems, we take your entire smile and maxillofacial structure into account. We know that your smile is just one component of a larger system—when one part of this system is damaged or out of balance, it can start a chain reaction of oral health issues.

So, for example, if you are dealing with cracked and chipped teeth, our team will propose treatments that fill in and correct this damage. At the same time, we will assess the underlying structure of your smile to determine why this damage is occurring in the first place. The ultimate goal is to refine the structure of your smile so that you stop experiencing premature damage.

What kinds of treatments are used in bioesthetic dentistry?

Our team always personalizes bioesthetic treatment plans to meet our patients’ respective needs. Consequently, we use a wide range of treatments to deliver results. You may benefit from TMJ solutions, laser dentistry, CEREC crowns, dental veneers, dental bonding, or dental implants. Almost any type of treatment can be used in a bioesthetic way, to enhance the patient’s smile in a sound, health-boosting way.

Regardless of the current state of your smile, our Medford bioesthetic dentists can help you achieve oral health. So, give us a call to learn more, to schedule a personal consultation, and to speak to a member of our team! You can also use the Contact Us page on our site to submit an inquiry.