Biomimetic Dentistry

Biomimetic Dentistry

Dr. Snider uses minimally invasive techniques to help ensure his patients have healthy teeth for a lifetime.

Dental restoration that preserves your natural tooth structure

Biomimetic Dentistry uses minimally invasive procedures to protect and conserve teeth. Biomimetic dentistry only replaces what is damaged – by replicating nature’s original design and treating weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that strengthens and seals them from bacterial invasion and decay. This scientifically proven unique approach allows dentists to use conservative restorations that move, flex and function like natural teeth.

Biomimetic DentistryWhen you go to a non-Biomimetic-trained dentist, you may not realize the conventional procedures being used can compromise the structure of your teeth through extensive drilling and cutting (to make room for a crown).

These traditional, invasive procedures used by most dentists eventually result in cracks that allow bacteria to infect and destroy teeth. The specialized Biomimetic Dentistry techniques used by Dr. Snider, restore and preserve your teeth, by literally locking out bacteria and virtually eliminating the need for up to 90% of the crowns and root canals done by traditional dentists.

Experienced, competent Biomimetic dentist

An experienced practitioner and specialist in Biomimetic Dentistry, Dr. Snider obtained his advanced training from the Alleman Center for Minimally Invasive Biomimetic Dentistry where he learned the techniques and minimally invasive procedures necessary to protect and restore his patient’s teeth.

A conservative approach to caring for your teeth

Since Biomimetic Dentistry utilizes minimally invasive procedures, patients experience less pain and discomfort as their tooth is restored. Rather than grinding down a tooth and putting a crown on it, a tooth can often be saved using the special and conservative techniques of Biomimetic Dentistry.

Traditionally, when a patient had a cavity dentists would simply ‘drill and fill’ it. But Biomimetic-trained dentists like Dr. Snider remove the cavity, then seal your tooth against infection and bond the tooth to prevent fracture. While conventional dentists look at a filling as a procedure that one day may require a root canal or crown, in Biometric dentistry, the filling is the final restoration of that tooth requiring no future work.

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