Aesthetics

attractive teeth, winning smiles

Our dental practice in Munich-Unterhaching specialises in attractive teeth and winning smiles.

Perfect teeth are becoming increasingly important. They should be straight, bright and gapless. Our personal well-being, our feeling of self-esteem and the effect we have on those around us all depend to a large extent on the aesthetic appearance of our teeth. We employ an array of modern dental methods to meet our patients’ every wish for perfect teeth.

Wafer-thin veneers, beloved of actors to achieve those famous dazzling Hollywood smiles, can make almost any set of teeth appear flawless. They hide gaps, major fillings and irregular, crooked or stubby teeth. This minimally invasive technique largely preserves the natural enamel and can correct the shape, colour and position of the teeth. The precision-fitted ceramic veneers are cemented to the teeth using a special bonding technique. They look absolutely natural and are almost invisible.

Smaller defects can be repaired with direct, colour-matched restorations (composites and nanotechnology plastics). But we can also perform minor, purely cosmetic corrections to the front teeth (for example by closing a front tooth gap). For restorations, we rely on natural-looking full ceramics whose colour is matched to that of the adjacent teeth.

Our services at a glance:

  • Ceramic veneers and direct veneers (veneers with plastic ceramic fillings) for cosmetic shape correction
  • Highly aesthetic, tooth-coloured fillings (composites and nanotechnology plastics)
  • Full-ceramic restorations, metal-free and biocompatible (inlays, onlays, partial crowns, crowns, bridges)
  • Shaping / cosmetic contouring

Contact

Dr. Julia Reiß-Csato Dental Practice
Hauptstr. 27
82008 Unterhaching
Fax: +49 (0)89 66509762

Consulting hours

MO8 - 1314 - 18
TU8 - 1314 - 18
WE8 - 1314 - 20
TH8 - 1314 - 18
FR8 - 13
apppointments outside regular hours can be arranged as well

Health tips

Knocked out tooth?

Teeth that have been knocked out can be replaced. Be sure to place the tooth in sterilised milk or saline and seek help immediately from the nearest dental practice.

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