Your natural teeth are priceless, and once they’re gone, they’re gone for good. That’s why Dr. Newman and the rest of our Midtown team takes conservation very seriously and practice minimally invasive care. Dr. Newman drills on teeth far less than any regular dentist because unnecessary drilling weakens and removes what remains of your healthy tooth structure.We practice the latest techniques and scientific advancements that limit professional intervention and ensure stronger, more wholesome results. Contact our practice today to schedule your first appointment!
At Gramercy Dental Studio, Dr. Newman offers a precise four-step process when it comes to the common act of treating cavities:
- Air Abrasion – After identifying tooth decay with DIAGNOdent, removing it is necessary before further steps can be taken to treat the damage. With air abrasion, a powerful stream of air clears these areas instead, preserving the maximum amount of remaining tooth structure.
- Remineralization – By applying certain topical solutions to vulnerable areas, Dr. Newman can help your tooth regain its strength in a much more natural way. If we’ve caught the decay early enough, a filling may not even be necessary!
- Bonded Filling – If a filling is necessary, we offer quality materials that bond directly to the tooth and are free of BPA, a controversial chemical that’s been linked to certain illnesses.
Biomimetic dentistry is a unique approach to restoring weak and damaged teeth. The materials that Dr. Newman uses in biomimetic treatments are designed to imitate the elasticity, durability, and aesthetics of natural dental structures. They form a strong bond with the tooth and reduce the stress on its weakest points. Oftentimes, biomimetic treatments are able to prevent the need for more invasive procedures, such as root canal therapy and crowns. It is also a cost-effective option for restoring teeth. The long-term results of biomimetic restorations tend to be superior to those of traditional treatments.
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