Our team at Chase Inspired Dentistry of Draper and Riverton, Utah, believes that the materials used in dentistry should be biocompatible, safe to use, and aesthetic. Whether you need a cosmetic tooth implant or want to cover imperfections with a porcelain crown, Dr. Chase Larsen and his team can evaluate you and talk to you about the benefits of biomimetic dentistry and how it impacts your smile. Let’s take some time to learn more about biomimetic dentistry and what sets it apart from other general dentistry providers in the area.

What is Biomimetic Dentistry?

Dr. Larsen describes biomimetic dentistry as a more modern approach to restorative dentistry that aims to mimic the structure, function, and appearance of teeth. It takes inspiration from nature’s design and uses advanced and biocompatible materials and techniques to restore teeth in a way that closely resembles their original form.

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What is the Focus of Biomimetic Dentistry?

This field of dentistry focuses on preserving as much natural tooth structure as one can while ensuring an appearance that blends in seamlessly, avoiding the look of having “work done.” This eliminates the need for certain materials, such as silver amalgam fillings and metals. Instead, our professionals at Chase Inspired Dentistry will focus on offering restorative dental treatments that are more cosmetic, using materials like porcelain, ceramic, zirconia, and composite resin.

What are the Benefits of Working with a Biomimetic Dental Provider?

Dr. Larsen believes that biomimetic dentistry techniques and materials are the key to a beautiful and healthy smile. Some of the advantages of choosing a biomimetic dental provider include the following:

  • Preserves natural tooth structure. By using conservative approaches, more of the natural tooth structure is preserved during restorative treatments.
  • Aesthetic results. Using biocompatible materials allows for restorations that closely match the look of the natural teeth, providing a more aesthetic and seamless result.
  • Better long-term outcomes for oral health and wellness. Biomimetic dentistry techniques and materials are designed to last longer and have less potential for future issues than traditional restorative methods.

Working with a dentist offering biomimetic dentistry ensures that you are doing the best for your smile regardless of what comes along. If you experience periodontal disease, damage or trauma to the teeth, a deep infection requiring root canal therapy, or decay that becomes large and problematic, our team will evaluate you to offer a definitive diagnosis and talk about treatment options that are recommended to restore and repair the issues at hand.

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Schedule an Appointment at Chase Inspired Dentistry to Learn More About Biomimetic Dentistry!

If you reside in or around the Draper, Utah area and are interested in finding out how biomimetic dentistry can help restore and repair your smile, call (801) 683-5239 to request an appointment at the office, conveniently located at 723 East 12200 S, Suite #101 and serving patients in and around the communities of Midvale, South Jordan, West Jordan, White City, Sandy, Cottonwood Heights, Highland, Lehi, Herriman, and Riverton, UT.

Dr. Chase Larsen, DMD EAT Bio

Dr. Chase Larsen

Dr. Chase Larsen, DMD, strives to provide his patients with undetectable cosmetic and restorative dentistry using
minimally-invasive techniques. He is a graduate of the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency. He loves helping patients feel confident about their smiles and teaches cosmetic dentistry to colleagues throughout the country.