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Dental aesthetics

​​Our physical appearance affects our lives consciously and unconsciously. The oral cavity is a dominant part of our face, and a smile is a way to express ourselves. A beautiful and attractive smile has a positive impact on social relationships as well as our health.

At Clinica Rotar, we appreciate dental aesthetics that are perceived but not overly conspicuous! We steer clear of unnaturally white teeth, preferring those that enhance the natural harmony of your smile. To achieve this, we have a large team of 6 specialists in dental aesthetics: Dr. Medeea Tălmăceanu, Dr. Daniel Tălmăceanu, Dr. Sandra Gorcea, Dr. Anca But, Dr. Raul Ghiurca, and Dr. Vlad Băncescu.


At the core of a successful aesthetic treatment lies a multidisciplinary team, thorough case documentation and diagnosis, state-of-the-art technology, and an exceptional laboratory!

Dental aesthetics entail a wide range of treatments, including teeth whitening, dental veneers, and crowns. Their aim is to balance the appearance of the smile and restore functionality.

Dental veneers

Dental veneers are the ideal, minimally invasive restorative option for improving aesthetics. They are thin ceramic shells that are bonded to the surface of the tooth. Once cemented, they integrate seamlessly with the tooth structure and become durable.


Indications for dental veneers

  • altering the shapes of the teeth;

  • closing gaps between teeth;

  • masking enamel and dentin defects;

  • in cases of a gummy smile, teeth can be lengthened upwards to reduce gum visibility;

  • for functional purposes, lengthening front teeth downwards to correctly rebuild dental guides;

  • achieving a more uniform smile;

  • achieving whiter teeth.

The contraindications for dental veneers

  • Teeth that are severely crowded (overlapping), which would require extensive grinding to align them, orthodontic treatment is recommended beforehand.

  • Teeth with extensive damage or large fillings, in which case complete coverage with dental crowns is recommended.

  • Teeth with internal whitening - often, these teeth will gradually return to their original color over time; if thin veneers are applied, the darker color may show through them.

  • Severe bruxism (teeth grinding) - grinding of the teeth can lead to fracturing of the veneers.

  • Pipe smokers.

  • Not recommended for individuals under the age of 18.


Before veneers

Aesthetic treatment through veneers is only done after complete oral cavity sanitation. Among these, we mention:

  • professional cleaning, if necessary;

  • treating all existing cavities;

  • rebuilding defective fillings;

  • healthy gums, without signs and symptoms of gingival inflammation;

  • after stabilizing periodontal treatments;

  • motivating and achieving rigorous dental hygiene from the patient.

Teeth whitening

In our clinic, we offer teeth whitening as part of aesthetic treatments to enhance the appearance of teeth. One of the myths surrounding whitening is that it damages tooth enamel, which is false. Teeth whitening DOES NOT affect tooth enamel because the product acts on the inner layer (dentin).

What are the contraindications for teeth whitening?

  • patients who are children, as they have larger pulp chambers, and the toxicity of the bleaching agent is increased;

  • during pregnancy and breastfeeding;

  • teeth with increased sensitivity;

  • presence of carious lesions, inadequate fillings, gingival recession, or periodontal problems;


The procedure is simple; the first step involves applying a protective layer on the gums and an oxygenated compound in the form of gel on the teeth, which can penetrate the enamel pores and thus clean the teeth from the inside while leaving the enamel intact. Oxygen acts on substances that stain the tooth and leaves the dental structures intact.

However, teeth whitening can indeed cause sensitivity for 2-3 days after application, as the dentinal tubules are still open. That is why it is also contraindicated to drink or eat any food that can stain the teeth in the days following whitening.

How long does the effect of teeth whitening last?

Before starting the teeth whitening treatment, the patient should be well informed that the effect obtained diminishes over time, thus requiring the maintenance of results by repeating the whitening process. The whitening effect can last from several months to a few years, depending on each patient's dietary habits.

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