Avoid dental crowns with biomimetics in dentistry
At South Lakewood Dental, one focus of Dr. Stewart is the use of biomimetics in dentistry. Biomimetics, which stands for bio (nature) and mimetic (mimicking), “mimics nature” by working with the tooth’s natural characteristics.
How does biomimetics work?
The natural tooth bends and flexes, which keeps it from breaking each time patients chew. Crowns, placed over a tooth, do not allow for this same flexibility. By eliminating the placement of a crown and instead building the tooth layer by layer, it still has the same ability as the natural tooth once did.
Who is a candidate for biomimetics dentistry?
Every patient should consider the benefits of biomimetics. This process ensures a healthy, functional alternative is considered. It eliminates the use of dental crowns, allowing the dentist to rebuild the tooth structure and give it the benefits of a natural tooth.
Benefits of biomimetics
Credentials of Dr. Scott Stewart
Dr. Scott Stewart is a member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT). He focuses on ensuring biological dentistry is the primary goal in his practice because he wants to ensure his patients have the education they need to know what is best for their smile. This includes introducing biomimetics in dentistry.
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Dr. Scott Stewart believes in providing balance, truth, and health. He is a biocompatible dentist who is focused on ensuring patients pay close attention to their body as a whole – not just their oral health and wellness. If you live in the Lakewood, CO area, and want to speak with the team of South Lakewood Dental, book a visit for an initial consultation appointment to learn more about the benefits of holistic dentistry. Call (855) 233-0023 today and visit the practice at 2525 S. Wadsworth Boulevard, Suite 11.Back to Restorative Dentistry Page
Dr. Scott Stewart - South Lakewood Dental
Whilst being passionate about his service to the community, Dr. Stewart is a revolutionary in his approach to tackling dental health care issues. He is a firm believer in the harmonious balance of the body as opposed to treating symptoms. He emphasizes on the holistic practice of wellbeing and addressing underlying issues to make the “whole person” healthier.