Occlusion

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An incorrect occlusion may result in various dental problems: pain in the temporomandibular joint, attrition, and certain teeth may become loose.
At our clinic we use minimally invasive techniques for correcting occlusion.

The contact between the teeth of the two dental arches, The contact between the teeth of the two dental arches, named occlusion, is an extremely important factor for efficient chewing and a balanced and natural aspect of teeth, especially in cases of implants or prosthetic devices.When occlusion is not corrected, the force distribution upon teeth is not equal, thus affecting the normal functions of dentition.
We correct occlusion through minimally invasive techniques.

How we do it

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The contact between maxillary and mandible may be restored to its correct shape with the help of the minimally invasive techniques used in our clinic, such as applying an overlay, also known as table-top;

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Porcelain no-prep veneers created with the CAD-CAM equipment are also helpful when it comes to correcting occlusion. They are extremely thin, yet resistant and they can be ready in a few hours;

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The correct occlusion determines the success of prosthetic devices; therefore, our medical team pays special attention to each and every case;

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