Medford Bioesthetic Dentists Answers Questions About The Basics Of Bioesthetic Treatment

by Dr. Vareldzis

At Hillcrest Family Dentistry, we practice bioesthetic dentistry. We know that this type of dental treatment delivers the best long-term results for our patients. Many people contact our Medford dental office with questions about bioesthetics, so we have put together this short article with answers to commonly asked questions. Keep reading to learn more!

Q: What is the goal of bioesthetic treatment?

A: Another way to ask this question may be, “how does bioesthetic treatment differ from other dental protocols?” Essentially, bioesthetic treatment is designed to bring your smile into balance and harmony, so that your entire maxillofacial structure functions optimally. The goal is to optimize your chewing systems, and the way that your teeth fit together, so that you experience fewer dental problems down the road. Other types of dental treatment are more interested in simply treating individual issues as they pop up.

Q: Is bioesthetic treatment used for cosmetic issues?

A: Absolutely! The first priority of bioesthetic treatment is to treat any underlying oral health issues, and bring the smile into balance. Going through this process simultaneously improves the aesthetics of the patient’s smile. A balanced, well-aligned smile is also aesthetically pleasing. Additionally, our team uses porcelain veneers, dental bonding, CEREC crowns, Invisalign, laser reshaping, and professional whitening treatments to enhance the patient’s appearance. The important thing to know about bioesthetic cosmetic treatment is that we will never sacrifice, or overlook, functional or structural issues in order to achieve an aesthetic result; any treatment that we provide will prioritize both dental function and appearance.

Bioesthetic dentistry is built to deliver results that last. This type of treatment works to safeguard your oral health for the future, and to reduce instances of decay and dental damage. Our Medford bioesthetic dentists are here to give you any additional information that you may need about the types of treatments we provide. Give us a call to schedule a consultation!