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    A Breakthough in Dentistry

    Our Dentists are Excited.
    Our Patients are Thrilled.

    Join us for the year’s largest gathering of Biomimetic Dentists at our 4th Annual Conference

    Philadelphia, PA October 15-18, 2015

    Featured Speakers Include:

    Graeme Milicich BDS.
    Marcus Blatz DMD, PhD
    Sema Belli DDS, PhD and Guran Eskitascioglu DDS, PhD
    Shigehisa Inokoshi, D.M.D., Ph.D
    Ray Bertolotti DDS, PHD
    David Alleman DDS
    Charles F. Cox DMD PHD
    Simone Deliperi DDS
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Biomimetic Approach (Phone)

Biomimetic Approach

Tooth Preservation and Dental Conservation

Tooth preservation and dental conservation lie at the heart of biomimetic dentistry

Biomimetic dentistry, a type of tooth conserving dentistry, treats weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that keeps them strong and seals them from bacterial invasion. In dental practices around the world, Biomimetic Dentistry has practically eliminated cutting teeth down for crowns and destructive root canal treatment. Patients are happier and often spend less compared to conventional treatment. Want to learn more: Visit our Continuing Education Area for available courses.

 

 

Modern adhesives and bonding technique

the driving force of biomimetic dentistry.

With traditional dentistry we had to destroy healthy tooth structure in order to accommodate a new restoration. In other words, we had to destroy in order to create. Now we are able to bond or glue teeth back together and even add missing parts of the tooth reliably without removing volumes of precious tooth structure. It has the added value of sealing the tooth from bacterial infection. This has mostly eliminated the need for painful and destructive crowns and root canal treatment with its associated pins, posts, slots, grooves and other non-adhesive retention features.

Many competing synthetic dental materials are stronger, stiffer and seemingly more beautiful, however, their use often leads to undesirable results–even catastrophic failures. Dentistry has had structural failures and problems related to the over-engineering of materials, mostly because we did not have the knowledge or the technology to imitate natural teeth. Now it is possible to rebuild teeth with materials that simulate natural teeth much more closely, and hold up better to constant chewing.

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Biomimetic dentistry is conservative..
Our group's philosophy is "less dentistry is the best dentistry", or, better said: "There is no dentistry like no dentistry." Much of the amputation of tooth structure can be eliminated with modern science and medicaments. We can say that tooth preservation and dental conservation lie at the heart of biomimetic dentistry. The economic implications of not needing the advanced, invasive care seen in traditional (amputational) dentistry, have profound positive effects on people’s lives. We can now help patients create a healthy and happy mouth with simple, and often painless techniques! Interested in learning more? Join our The Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry and attend our conference.

Biomimetic Means:
To Copy or Mimic Nature.

Nature is our ideal model to imitate. The basic science for dentally mimicking nature is found in the BioMechanical characteristics of teeth. This is recent scientific and published information that ABD members learn from lecturers across the world. Our comprehension of what nature looks like and feels like is essential. Teeth move, bend and have physical dynamics of force that must be accounted for while re-making the tooth with nature as our guide. In other words, we can study nature’s properties of teeth so that we can better duplicate them.

Biomimetic Approach

Biomimetic Approach

Tooth Preservation and Dental Conservation

Tooth preservation and dental conservation lie at the heart of biomimetic dentistry

Biomimetic dentistry, a type of tooth conserving dentistry, treats weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that keeps them strong and seals them from bacterial invasion. In dental practices around the world, Biomimetic Dentistry has practically eliminated cutting teeth down for crowns and destructive root canal treatment. Patients are happier and often spend less compared to conventional treatment. Want to learn more: Visit our Continuing Education Area for available courses.

 

 

Modern adhesives and bonding technique

the driving force of biomimetic dentistry.

With traditional dentistry we had to destroy healthy tooth structure in order to accommodate a new restoration. In other words, we had to destroy in order to create. Now we are able to bond or glue teeth back together and even add missing parts of the tooth reliably without removing volumes of precious tooth structure. It has the added value of sealing the tooth from bacterial infection. This has mostly eliminated the need for painful and destructive crowns and root canal treatment with its associated pins, posts, slots, grooves and other non-adhesive retention features.

Many competing synthetic dental materials are stronger, stiffer and seemingly more beautiful, however, their use often leads to undesirable results–even catastrophic failures. Dentistry has had structural failures and problems related to the over-engineering of materials, mostly because we did not have the knowledge or the technology to imitate natural teeth. Now it is possible to rebuild teeth with materials that simulate natural teeth much more closely, and hold up better to constant chewing.

Biomimetic Approach Left (Phone)

Discover the different approaches to Biomimetic Dentistry from dentists, in their own words.

Biomimetic dentistry is conservative..
Our group's philosophy is "less dentistry is the best dentistry", or, better said: "There is no dentistry like no dentistry." Much of the amputation of tooth structure can be eliminated with modern science and medicaments. We can say that tooth preservation and dental conservation lie at the heart of biomimetic dentistry. The economic implications of not needing the advanced, invasive care seen in traditional (amputational) dentistry, have profound positive effects on people’s lives. We can now help patients create a healthy and happy mouth with simple, and often painless techniques! Interested in learning more? Join our The Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry and attend our conference.

Biomimetic Means:
To Copy or Mimic Nature.

Nature is our ideal model to imitate. The basic science for dentally mimicking nature is found in the BioMechanical characteristics of teeth. This is recent scientific and published information that ABD members learn from lecturers across the world. Our comprehension of what nature looks like and feels like is essential. Teeth move, bend and have physical dynamics of force that must be accounted for while re-making the tooth with nature as our guide. In other words, we can study nature’s properties of teeth so that we can better duplicate them.

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4th Annual Conference

4th Annual Conference

Oct. 15-18 2015 | Philadelphia, PA | Airport Marriott

Join us for the world’s largest annual gathering of Biomimetic Dentists at the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry’s 4th Annual Conference, held this year in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This event features a remarkable lineup of distinguished speakers and leaders in the community of Biomimetic Dentists.

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Our distinguished line-up of speakers includes:

Graeme Milicich BDS.
Marcus Blatz DMD, PhD
Sema Belli DDS, PhD and Guran Eskitascioglu DDS, PhD
Shigehisa Inokoshi, D.M.D., Ph.D
Ray Bertolotti DDS, PHD
David Alleman DDS
Charles F. Cox DMD PHD
Simone Deliperi DDS

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Benefits of ABD Membership

Each year, The Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry adds new member benefits for our quickly growing membership. Currently, benefit include educational resources, discounts on products and services and marketing support to promote Biomimetic Dentistry in your practice.

President: Georgene Chase

What Professionals Say

You may ask yourself as a practitioner, "What is your core value?" Is it that your restoration should last forever? Or is it that the tooth substance underneath your restoration should last forever?
- Pascal Magne Dr. med. dent., Ph.D.

Top Benefits

  • Listing in the #1 Ranked search site for biomimetic dentistry
  • Provide Education in the field of biomimetic dentistry.
  • Special Prices and discounts on Biomimetic Dentistry CE and Conferences
  • Market your practice as a Biomimetic practice with our Patient Education Campaign.
  • Special Prices and Discounts from Select Vendors.

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Patient Education Campaign

Patient Education Campaign

Promote the Value of Biomimetic Dentistry in Your Practice

Want to educate your patients and local market about the benefits of biomimetic dentistry? Now you can speak with the customer-facing language of The Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry with our official marketing materials and services. The ABD Patient Education campaign is the best, most accurate way to present the value of your investment in biomimetic education to patients and prospective patients and to attach your practice to a larger voice promoting biomimetic dentistry.

Materials include:

  • A full-color tri-fold biomimetic dentistry brochure
  • A 11" x 8.5" full color, two sided direct mail postcard
  • An 24" x 36" full color poster
  • A full color, half page and quarter page magazine ads
  • A color newspaper ad
  • 6 Social Media cover graphics
  • A full color billboard
  • Use of Exclusive ABD Campaign Logo


Services Include:

  • Monthly email marketing campaign to 500 contacts
  • Reputation Builder for your web site and ABD online profile
  • 1 Tracking telephone number (50 minutes use/mo included)
  • Daily Sales Communications training instruction to improve conversions

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