Minimally Invasive Dentistry
At North Aurora Smiles in North Aurora, IL, we have an overall philosophy to be minimally invasive when doing any dental procedure. It is why Dr. Hammad Aziz is an active member of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry. The academy trains dentists to rebuild teeth to their proper biologic foundations and to use materials that simulate the natural teeth more closely.
What is minimally invasive dentistry?
Ensuring that all procedures are as conservative as possible, preserving the natural tooth structure, whenever possible. Patients will feel at ease in the dental chair knowing that only the damaged or decayed tooth structure will be removed with a goal of preserving the sound tooth for increased strength and retention of the restoration.
It is with this philosophy in mind that we at North Aurora Smiles also offer air abrasion technology, or “no-drill dentistry.” With this technology much of the good tooth can be preserved since no drill bit actually touches the tooth. With this method, fine streams of particles are aimed at the area to remove the decayed portion of the tooth to prepare it for a filling. It’s almost like a mini-sandblaster that gets the tooth ready for a filling when a cavity is present.
What are the benefits of minimally invasive dentistry?
- Maintaining natural tooth structures
- Longer lasting restorations due to smaller fillings and more tooth preserved
- Less drilling needed
- Faster and effective treatment of various dental concerns
- Less post-op sensitivity
- More cosmetic by preserving the visible tooth structure
If you reside in the community of North Aurora, IL, and are interested in a more positive experience at the dental office, it might be time to work with a dental provider who offers minimally invasive dentistry. Drs. Hammad Aziz and Todd Spragg of North Aurora Smiles work to provide a wide selection of services in the area of preventive, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry and do so while ensuring conservative care. Contact the office by calling (630) 984-2223 and request a consultation appointment at 601 Randall Crossing Lane. We serve new and established patients at our facility, including those who live in the surrounding communities of Yorkville, Sycamore, Sugar Grove, and St. Charles.