The Bioclear Method is an innovative technique, invented/created by Dr David Clark. This technique uses a specialized thin shell form (matrix) that’s customized to your specific teeth that will help shape warmed dental composite material that’s injection molded onto your tooth creating a beautiful, long-lasting restoration. A major benefit of using the Bioclear method to restore teeth is that there’s minimal or even no tooth preparation, so this technique retains as much of your natural tooth as possible. This may be a great alternative to conventionally restorations like crowns or veneers. Another plus is the fact that Bioclear is thinner and gentler on the gum tissue than composite bonding, the Bioclear matrix fits snugly around each tooth.

Advantages of Bioclear method:

Alternative to porcelain veneers

Costs less than porcelain veneers

Treatment completed in one visit

Minimally invasive – No tooth structure removed (most cases)

Lasts longer that conventional bonding

Stronger than conventional bonding

Looks like your natural tooth

Safe for your gums

The Bioclear process:

Step: 1

The tooth/teeth must be meticulously cleaned. A disclosing agent is applied to the teeth to show where invisible film of bacteria, called a biofilm, is on the enamel surface. Next, a tool (designed by Dr. David Clark) called a blaster uses air/water and a powder to remove the biofilm, allowing for a pristine tooth surface to restore to. The cleaning powder is just hard enough to remove the microscopic sticky layer that accumulates on the surface of the teeth without damaging the teeth.

Step: 2

Next, Dr. Kiser will select a thin mylar form (matrix) from over 20 different shapes that will provide the mold for your new tooth or teeth.

Step: 3

Once the matrix or matrices are in place, the teeth will be etched, rinsed and dried, a bonding agent is applied and warmed composite resin will be injected, filling the form. 

Step: 4

The resin is polymerized with an ultraviolet light (light activation).

Step: 5

Lastly, Dr. Kiser will further shape and polish the tooth to blend in seamlessly with your surrounding teeth.

How long does Bioclear last?

With proper care, your Bioclear treatment should last approximately 10 years or longer. This is roughly the same as a veneer and far longer than bonding.

How much does Bioclear cost?

On average, Bioclear is 25-50% less expensive than a porcelain veneer. It’s also less expensive to replace or fix than an entire veneer or crown. Bioclear is more expensive than bonding/fillings. However, the durability and longer life expectancy of Bioclear can easily save you money long-term.

Is Bioclear covered by insurance?

Most cosmetic dentistry procedures are not covered by dental insurance, including Bioclear.

Bioclear vs. Veneers

The primary reason to opt for Bioclear is that it’s much more conservative than veneers.

With a veneer, part of your tooth’s enamel must be removed to fit the veneer onto the tooth.

With Bioclear, your healthy tooth structure remains intact – there’s no prep or shaving required. 

Bioclear takes only one appointment, whereas veneers need multiple appointments over two or more weeks.

Bioclear vs. Crowns

To get a crown, you must remove a lot of tooth structure, making this an irreversible procedure.

Even though a crown cannot get cavities, the underlying tooth structure can. Typically, decay starts at the edge of the crown and progresses underneath it, if not addressed right away. Not to mention, most crowns block x-rays, which prevents us from seeing what’s happening underneath it and treating it.

Another problem with crowns is a snap-off fracture, meaning the crown and underlying tooth structure break off at the gumline. If there isn’t enough tooth structure remaining, the only option is to extract the tooth and replace it with a dental implant or bridge.

Bioclear can strengthen the structure of your tooth and restore its function, like a crown.

Bioclear vs. Bonding

While both procedures use a composite resin, there are key differences.

Due to the injection molding, Bioclear is more durable, stain-resistant, and longer-lasting than cosmetic bonding. It’s also better suited for hiding those dark, black triangle shapes between your teeth.

Traditional bonding is more at risk for staining, chipping, cracking, and frequent replacement.

Bioclear treatments:

The fitted contacts achieved using the Bioclear method means that the gum between your teeth (papilla) will be nudged back into place, resulting in a beautiful, natural-looking smile you’ll be proud of.

Black Triangle Teeth

Nothing quite boosts your everyday confidence like a winning smile. Unfortunately, roughly 30% of American adults have the uneven gaps between their teeth that are colloquially referred to as Black Triangles. It is a condition that’s particularly common following periodontal disease, orthodontic treatment and may even be caused by caused by too much brushing, brushing too firmly or simply by aging. Black triangle gaps between your teeth can be unsightly because they make teeth look old. They can allow food debris accumulation and plaque build-up which can be unhealthy. Bioclear is the innovative, minimally invasive, and comparatively cost-effective solution you need.

Diastema (Gap) Closure

Diastemas are the larger-than-usual vertical spaces between two teeth often referred to as gapped teeth. While they don’t represent an oral health risk, their appearance can be embarrassing for some people and diminish their confidence. Large gaps may require orthodontics like braces. For many patients however, the confidence that comes from a flawless smile can be easier to come by than they thought. Diastema gap closure can be as simple as Bioclear—an innovative, comparatively inexpensive, cosmetic, and restorative dental technique. Because the Bioclear Method is minimally invasive and therefore won’t involve the removal of healthy enamel, it’s often an ideal option for closing diastemas and transform your smile.

Peg Lateral Restoration

If you’ve been self-conscious about your smile because of a misshapen tooth or two, you aren’t alone, and we might have the perfect solution. Every so often the second tooth on either side of our two upper front teeth fail to develop correctly. The resulting tooth is smaller and pointier and more cone-shaped than the permanent teeth surrounding it. Cosmetic dentists typically refer to such a tooth as a peg lateral. It’s a condition that can affect just one tooth or the incisors on both sides of our two front teeth. Having peg laterals is not an oral health concern, but it’s common to feel self-conscious and lose confidence in our smile because of the misshapen teeth.

Thanks to the Bioclear Method, Dr Kiser can sculpt symmetrical incisors over the malformed peg laterals, using a composite resin that’s been colored to match the surrounding teeth. The procedure’s fast, cost effective and minimally invasive.

Bioclear Veneers

Traditional porcelain veneers take 2-3 visits to complete, are thin, translucent “laminates” that are sculpted then bonded directly to the traditionally prepared teeth. Bioclear veneers on the other hand are innovative, cost-effective, and minimally invasive, alternatives to those old-fashioned porcelain crowns and porcelain veneers. They’re an ideal option for patients who are interested in perfecting smiles marred by black triangle teeth, gaps between teeth (diastemas), small/uneven teeth (peg laterals), chipped teeth, a single broken tooth, decaying, discolored or worn teeth. Using Bioclear veneers, a cosmetic dentist like Dr. Kiser, can repair your smile in a single office visit with little or no drilling by injection molding a sparkling new veneer around each damaged tooth. So, if you’re looking for a smile makeover, Bioclear veneers may be right option for you.

Benefits of Bioclear Veneers

BioClear veneers improve on traditional dental bonding techniques in variety of ways that range from being more resistant to stains, and three times as strong, to being better suited to treating common aesthetic issues such as filling in black triangles at the gum line. This is because the injection molding process results in fewer gaps and voids, which makes the resulting restoration stronger and better able to keep out stains. Compared to traditional laminate veneers, Bioclear veneers are easier to repair or replace and preserve more of your natural tooth enamel because they less grinding to place around your teeth.

Broken Tooth Repair

Unfortunately, accidents happen to the best of us. Healthy tooth enamel is the hardest tissue in your body but even it has its limits. Biting down on something hard too hard, a fall, an accidental blow to the face, can cause that tooth to chip or break. A chipped or broken tooth can be more than a cosmetic nuisance, but not one that you must put up with for long.

Bioclear is an effective, permanent, treatment option for repairing chips and breaks that is cost-effective, aesthetically pleasing and that can be performed with just one visit. By utilizing the Bioclear Method, Dr Kiser will be able to repair your broken or chipped tooth with a minimally invasive procedure that keeps the structure that remains and adds just enough composite to match the surrounding teeth.

Worn Down Teeth

For many, teeth decay and naturally begin to wear down as you age. By the time of your thirties, you’ll have lost roughly a millimeter worth of enamel from carbonated beverages and chewing food every day. By fifty, you’ll have lost perhaps twice that. That’s all before accounting for enamel lost to other factors that can cause tooth wear or decay.

Whether you lose it quickly or over the course of years, tooth decay and wear expose the dentin beneath the enamel making it harder for to chew, your teeth more sensitive to temperature extremes, and lead to chipped or fractured teeth.

If your smile has been impacted by damage or tooth decay, we may be able to restore it using Bioclear, a comparatively inexpensive, minimally invasive, alternative to crowns or porcelain veneers that grind away portions of teeth. Using Bioclear Matrixes, Dr Kiser will be able to injection mold, tooth-colored, dental composite around your worn teeth—preserving your remaining tooth structure while restoring the symmetry of your smile.

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