Today’s esthetic dentistry uses less and less metal, while porcelain, ceramic and plastic alloys gain more and more ground. These modern materials come in many colors that mimic natural teeth and are available in the dental field for many years. They are the perfect replacement for old amalgam fillings.
Esthetic fillings are tooth colored, they harmonize with the color of natural teeth and they mean a long-lasting, durable solution. At our clinic we always use premium-category filling materials, resulting in both functionally and esthetically pleasing fillings. We use the brands Estellite (Japan) and Gradia (Japan), both of which are known for their endurance, durability, perfect chameleon-effect and can be adequately polished.
The process doesn’t have a negative effect on the healthy dental structure, we can perfectly rebuild the tooth and stop caries. If you have any problems with your old amalgam fillings or your tooth is decayed below the surface of the old filling, we recommend changing those amalgam fillings to esthetic ones.
What is layering technique?
The dentist forms the filling in the decayed tooth using layering technique. This way the result is a natural looking, esthetic, tooth colored filling.
When are sealants necessary?
In the prevention of childhood caries, using sealants is an effective, safe and pain-free method that can help eliminate or reduce caries occurring in children. Sealants are thin, liquid composite filling material that when placed on the surface of the fissures can prevent food particles and hence bacteria entering into the fissures, this way sealants are the perfect solution for stopping caries from forming.
In most cases we apply sealants on premolars and molars, and it is recommended to carry out this treatment on deeply-fissured teeth. Sealants can be used on healthy teeth, between 6-18 years. Check-up is recommended every half year to observe the sealants and to determine whether new sealants are necessary. It is not necessary to apply sealants on primary teeth but in certain cases it can be done.
How are sealants done?
The process is very simple, requires only a few minutes per tooth and it is not a stressful experience even for children. After cleaning and drying the tooth, the surface is treated with a weak acid to make the surface coarse, then the sealant is applied with a brush so it can evenly be distributed into the fissures. After the sealant material is brushed on, we dry it using a blue-light curing lamp. As the final step, we check if it fits and doesn’t interfere with normal jaw closure. If necessary, we can thin the material and polish the tooth.
19 000 Ft
Aesthetic filling with layering technique
25 000 Ft
2 000 Ft
15 000 Ft
Root canal treatment + root canal filling (1 channel)
25 000 Ft
Root canal treatment + root canal filling (2 channel)
30 000 Ft
Root canal treatment + root canal filling (3 channel)
35 000 Ft
Root canal treatment + root canal filling (4 channel)
40 000 Ft
Temporary medicinal root canal filling
5 000 Ft
Press ceramic (E.max) inlay, onlay, overlay
46 000 Ft