What is BioRejuvenation Dentistry?
The Biology of Your SmileBioRejuvenation dentistry is a new biology-based approach to treatment. Based on extensive scientific research and observation of the human chewing system, Rejuvenation dentistry is a comprehensive process where:
- Jaw joints are stable
- Muscles are relaxed
- Teeth are not worn down
Patients who undergo BioRejuvenation dentistry enjoy:
- Excellent esthetics
- Improved function
- Preservation of the natural teeth
- Long-lasting dental health
Pain and dysfunction are alleviated, and appearance is enhanced as a result of the process.
There are several factors that distinguish BioRejuvenation dentistry from cosmetic dentistry, according to Dr. John.
“As a practitioner of BioRejuvenation dentistry, I diagnose the cause of tooth wear and other chewing system problems, rather than just treating the symptoms,” he says. “Cosmetic dentistry’s primary purpose is to beautify the teeth or smile and is driven by appearance rather than function. The BioRejuvenation dentistry process restores damaged teeth to their original, youthful shape and optimizes mouth function. As a result, patients feel better, look their best and the need for future restorative dental work is significantly reduced. It’s a comprehensive and proactive approach to dental health.”
While BioRejuvenation dentistry has been around for many years, practicing it with minimally invasive dentistry techniques is a fairly recent addition and that makes it groundbreaking. It also means that the information available on it is only offered by a select few who are pioneers in the field.
Traditionally, to correct major alignment issues or to create a winning smile, dentists turned to crowns, sometimes crowning every tooth in a patient’s mouth to get the desired functionality and aesthetics. There’s a lot of room for things to go wrong with this process and, quite frankly, if you don’t need to remove all that tooth structure, why would you?
This is exactly why pioneers in the minimally-invasive BioRejuvenation dentistry field do what they do. While crowns are sometimes still necessary, applying certain techniques to resin-composite materials allows for less removal of tooth structure. The newer techniques also ensure that, in the hands of an expertly-trained dentist, a patient will still have a beautiful smile and it will last longer than traditionally-placed resin-composites.
BioRejuvenation dentistry is a relatively new school of thought based on biology principles. There has been extensive research performed on how chewing works and functions to shape it. So BioRejuvenation dentistry focuses on an in-depth process to improve the jaw’s stability, ensure the TMJ muscles are relaxed, which all work to keep the teeth from becoming damaged.
Dentists that practice BioRejuvenation dentistry aren’t necessarily just treating symptoms but diagnosing the chewing system as a whole. It is about restoring teeth to their original shape and function to give better results. Aesthetics, overall functionality, and long-term improved oral health are all goals of BioRejuvenation dentistry.