Bioclear Dental Restoration Rocky Hill

A Minimally Invasive Way to Repair Damaged Teeth

At Dental Essentials of Rocky Hill, Dr. Karpman and her team believe in delivering minimally invasive solutions to patients with damaged teeth. Often times, the treatment of damaged teeth involves a signficant amount of trauma to the tooth or further destruction, so to combat this problem, she uses an innovative form of treatment – Bioclear Restoration. As a proven alternative to traditional crowns and other similar restorations, we invite you to call our Rocky Hill dental office to schedule an appointment to learn more about this uniquely designed, safer way to improve your smile.

Why Choose Dental Essentials of Rocky Hill for Bioclear Dental Restoration?

  • Minimally Invasive Form of Treatment
  • Can Often Be Completed in a Single Appointment
  • Woman-Owned Practice Delivering 5-Star Service

What Can Bioclear Dental Restoration Do?

Man smiling in dental chair after getting Bioclear restoration in Rocky Hill

Unlike dental crowns, veneers, and other restorative and cosmetic dentistry solutions that require the removal of tooth enamel, Bioclear helps to reinforce the existing tooth structure so that you maintain a natural, healthy appearance. While damaged or decayed areas will be removed, this unique solution can help to strengthen your smile and conserve the remaining portions of the tooth for a less invasive, more conservative form of treatment.

Bioclear can address small dental problems such as chips, cracks, gaps, and even black spaces around the gumline (i.e., black triangles). By closing these gaps and stimulating existing gum tissue, you can experience better oral health and aesthetics in the long run.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Bioclear?

Woman in white sweater smiling in dental chair

If you are interested in receiving Bioclear, it may be an ideal solution if you have minor restorative or cosmetic concerns, such as dark triangles, misshapen teeth, tooth decay, small gaps, chips, cracks, or discoloration.

If you struggle with more severe problem areas, or you prefer a more permanent cosmetic dentistry solution, Dr. Karpman can discuss alternative treatment options with you during your consultation.

Benefits of Bioclear

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When it comes to choosing Bioclear, you can expect to experience some tremendous advantages, such as:

  • A minimally invasive solution, allowing you to keep more of your natural tooth structure instead of having 70+% of it removed.
  • Oral tissues that remain stimulated.
  • An easy-to-maintain treatment option.
  • Reduced risk of food trapping (if black triangles and gaps are the problem areas).
  • Greater visual aesthetics and confidence.
  • Improved oral health by eliminating gaps and addressing small chips and cracks.
  • A highly durable form of treatment that can last 10+ years with proper care.
  • A cosmetic solution that is less expensive, on average, than traditional veneers, and is less to repair.
  • Treatment that may be partially covered by your dental insurance plan.

Bioclear FAQs

How long will my Bioclear results last?

This is a common question that we get, as it’s natural to want to invest in a restorative or cosmetic solution that lasts longer than a few months or years. Fortunately, Bioclear is quite durable, and it can remain in place for 10-15 years as long as you commit to taking proper care of your smile. This means that you’ll need to practice good oral hygiene habits, continue seeing our dental team for regular checkups and cleanings every six months, eat healthy foods full of nutrients, give up smoking and other unhealthy habits, and wear protective mouth gear if you play sports or grind your teeth.

If choosing Bioclear, can I expect my results to be permanent?

Bioclear has a lifespan similar to other restorationsn such as crowns and veneers. With proper maintenance and upkeep, they can last even longer. The true benefit of having a Bioclear restoration done is that with the amount of tooth structure conserved compared to alternatives like Crowns, your tooth is likely to last longer!