Sužinokite, kuri paslauga Jums reikalinga
Sužinokite, kuri paslauga Jums reikalinga
Worn teeth treatment
Restoration of damaged dental tissues to restore full chewing function and aesthetics
Restoration of chewing function and smile aesthetics
Comprehensive examination of the masticatory system
Unparalleled results from highly qualified specialist doctors
Restorations maintain color, shine, resist stains, and are resistant to wear
Restoration of precise dental anatomy using microscopes and 3D technology
Sedation available for your convenience (treatment while you sleep)

Worth knowing:

  • The most advanced methodology for treating worn teeth is based on a holistic approach to human health, creating a flawless smile line and functionally restoring worn occlusion and the masticatory system.
  • The masticatory system is interconnected with other systems in our body, which are activated by dental contacts during chewing, an average of 15,000 times a day. The loss of dental contacts through wear or erosion reduces this activation.
  • Tooth wear is a multifactorial phenomenon, so targeted treatment begins only after comprehensive diagnostics, including a thorough medical history, a complete examination of the masticatory system, and the development of an individualized treatment plan.
  • If the cause of tooth wear is parafunctional movements known as bruxism or if symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) are observed, a holistic approach is applied to ensure long-term results.
  • We collaborate with neurologists, radiologists, maxillofacial surgeons, dieticians, psychologists, osteopaths, kinesiotherapists, homeopaths, and functional medicine specialists.
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Frequently asked questions
What are the causes of tooth wear?

Tooth wear is influenced by stress, nervous tension, harmful habits, improper nutrition, systemic diseases, and age-related factors. However, tooth wear is often a consequence of dental problems, such as irregular occlusion or worn pathways for removable dentures.

When should worn teeth be treated?

Worn teeth should be treated promptly, not only to improve the aesthetic appearance of the smile but also to prevent further negative consequences for oral health. Treatment is recommended when there is visible enamel wear, sensitivity, pain, cracks in hard tissues, or when symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) are observed (headaches, facial pain, clicking while chewing, etc.).

What materials are used to restore worn tooth surfaces?

Worn tooth surfaces can be restored using fillings or prosthetic restorations made of next-generation biocompatible materials.

M. Valančius str. 19, Kaunas, Lithuania
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