Fibre re-inforced restorations
By using different customised meshwork of resin-based dental fibres (everStick®) a wide range of treatments can be offered:
- Splinting/ fibre reinforcement of periodontally compromised teeth, i.e. strengthening and stabilising of teeth that have become loose due to acquired increased mobility – by joining them together. For instance, to stabilise, mobile lower front teeth by joining them together on the inner face of the teeth by dental fibres.
- Fibre reinforced replacement of a missing teeth – a permanent, semi permanent / semi-temporary option to replace missing teeth, as an alternative or intermediate option to conventional treatment modalities, e.g. dentures, bridges and dental implants. – A meshwork of fibre reinforced resin is attached/bonded to adjacent teeth where a tooth is missing, over this up-holding meshwork structure a replacing tooth can be restored and built up with dental resin based composite material. This method can also be used to restore teeth where there is no adequate remaining tooth substance for conventional restorative methods, e.g. broken teeth or where a post and core structure is required before a crown is provided.
Please speak to a member of staff for further information about dental fibre restorations.