Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Dentistry (MiCD)

“We sincerely believe that the best intervention is no intervention”

Remaining faithful  to our philosophy of  holistic approach to the patient we practice

Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Dentistry  (MiCD).

Just as the name suggests, minimally invasive dentistry bases on respect for the original tooth and gum tissue. This means that all the necessary work and dental procedures are carried out with keeping as many teeth tissues and gum tissues as possible. It is not only the idea of making the smallest filing possible but the approach to treatment. It is a new approach to treatment of tooth decay and gum diseases. The clinical use of Minimally Invasive Cosmetic  Dentistry stems from the belief of low efficiency of traditional invasive treatment of dental caries.

Focusing on risk identification, and then on prevention, remineralization and preserving healthy tooth structure, minimally invasive dentistry is very technical and scientific approach to treatment. It allows the doctor to perform the smallest number of necessary interventions and interfere minimally, never remove more tooth structure than is required to restore teeth to proper function.

Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Dentistry uses diagnostic techniques to detect caries and gingivitis in their earliest stages, and then to operate using techniques that avoid or minimize the use of the drill.

Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Dentistry differs from the traditional approach not only in striving for the minimum damage to the teeth but also in the concern for the changing environment of the mouth – the main cause of disease in the mouth.

We are passionate about dentistry and for many years we have been creating a practice that works on the basis of a holistic approach to the patient. We can offer you dental care in preservative  dentistry, prosthetics, pedodontics, periodontics, surgery and implants. At the same time we place great emphasis on prophylaxis and we are constantly working to prevent decay and gum disease and promote general health. We put a lot of attention to communication with patients and taming their dental fears and traumas from childhood. We use Non-Violent Communication model of communication in our  work.

It is not indifferent how dental treatments are performed. As physicians, but also as humans, we are obliged to act in accordance with the Hippocrates principle “First, do no harm.” We must remember that any interference has consequences. That is why it is very important to carefully select the method that is most suitable for an individual patient.

Established 100 years ago caries treatment methods based solely on the surgical approach – the sole purpose is to remove carious lesions and the theory proclaims that after the removal of decayed tooth structure, these processes will no longer proceed. This theory, once right, now has become outdated for two reasons. First, it didn?t notice that tooth decay is a bacterial disease and developed methodology did nothing to remove the cause of the disease. Secondly, at a time when people lived shorter, significant damage to the crown of the tooth was not so important because the tooth had served a man shorter. Today, when patients live for much longer  the old methodology which inevitably led to a significant and unnecessary destruction of tooth structure is to be questioned.

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