Attractive, natural smiles

Dental aesthetics seek a harmonious smile and include all the techniques used to achieve it. Not only your teeth (their shape, colour and position) determine the harmony of your smile; your gums and lips that outline your teeth are also very important.

Today, Digital Smile Design enables you to visualize what your teeth, smile or even your face will look like before beginning any aesthetic treatment. We can also try out your look in situ, creating a simulation over your own teeth that lets you see how your new smile suits you.

Porcelain veneers: step-by-step treatment

You can find everything you need to know about porcelain veneers from Dr. Carolina Manresa herself here.


Firm, pink gums

Bleeding gums, loose teeth and halitosis are clear symptoms of diseases that affect your gums and your teeth’s support system: gingivitis and periodontitis. These health problems are the main causes of tooth loss over 40 years of age.

The most common blemishes as regards gums are “skinny” teeth revealing the root (receding gums), a “gummy” smile (gingival smile) or uneven gums (gingival asymmetry).

There are specific techniques to recover your gums’ state of health by deep, painless disinfection, with techniques like periodontal microsurgery designed to harmonize and improve your look.


The answer to tooth loss

Implant treatment gives countless benefits to people who have completely or partially lost their natural teeth.

Implants are artificial roots made of titanium that are fixed into the jaw bone, with the new teeth set securely onto them, so that you can feel comfortable again when chewing and regain the confidence to give a big smile.

Occasionally, a lack of bone may mean you need a bone graft first, or else advanced implantology techniques such as pterygoid and zygomatic implants.


A combined, overall view

Diseases of the mouth have different causes, and it’s quite common for them to appear at the same time. That’s why assessment and treatment often involve the work of several specialists who complement each other. A combination of periodontics, implantalogy, orthodontics, oral rehabilitation and dental aesthetics enables complex cases to be resolved, achieving the functional and aesthetic aims.

Indeed, the team members’ combined, overall view is fundamental. Since they understand the different specialisations, they can smoothly coordinate the different phases of treatment from beginning to end. We can thus ensure you get optimum results in each phase and, of course, that the end result itself will be excellent.