What is Bioclear?
Bioclear is a minimally invasive form of restoration that uses an innovative technique to effectively treat black triangles, cavities, and aesthetic concerns, while preserving the organic tooth structure and delivering natural-looking results. At Dynamic Dental Solutions, we combine this technology with our biological approach to dentistry, providing our patients with comprehensive & holistic oral care. 

5 Benefits of Bioclear 

  1. Minimally Invasive Alternative to Crowns and Veneers 
    • When treating damaged and decayed teeth with crowns or esthetic problems with porcelain veneers, a certain portion of the tooth structure must be ground away. These traditional techniques have been shown to statistically increase the potential for nerve death within the tooth, which then often leads to root canal treatment or extraction.
      Conversely, when addressing damaged teeth or esthetics concerns with Bioclear, the natural tooth formation is largely maintained. In turn, this vastly minimizes the risk of nerve damage and/or tooth loss. Furthermore, the unique Bioclear process incorporates techniques that have been shown to reduce post-care sensitivity, strengthen tooth structure, and deliver stunningly beautiful results.
  2. Cost-Effective Approach
    • Bioclear offers a more affordable option when compared with treatment such as large, back-tooth crowns and/or porcelain veneers.
  3. Optimal Technology for Addressing Black Triangles 
    • Steaming from a variety of causes, nearly 30% of adults present with gingival embrasures, more commonly known as black triangles.4 Not only can these dark spaces be of cosmetic concern for patients, but they also create an environment where food debris often become trapped. This then leads to plaque build-up and decay. Bioclear offers a state-of-the-art solution for repairing black triangles; creating a more stable oral environment and thus ultimately elevating the vitality of the entire systemic body.
  • Immediate Results
    • Depending upon the level of care required, Bioclear treatment can often be administered within one appointment. Many patients express that the process is pain-free and pleasantly easeful, and they are delighted to leave the office with same-day transformative results. 
  • Longer-Lasting Solution 
    • Unlike traditional crowns and veneers, Bioclear offers a durability that can extend 10 years or longer. Additionally, with it’s stain-resistant composition and ability to easily address any necessary repairs, it affords patients a long-term and reliable option.  


Learn More About How We Do Bioclear Treatment

How Bioclear Works

The Bioclear treatment is administered using sets of carefully crafted forms, which are then filled with a biocompatible composite material. After the form is removed, the dentist implements their masterful artistry in sculpting the final configuration, which ultimately results in a customized, healthy, and vital smile.    

Is Bioclear right for you? 

When determining if Bioclear is appropriate for you, our doctors will begin by facilitating a comprehensive exam. During this appointment, they will seek to understand your highest oral health priorities, while also diagnosing the root-cause of any disharmony within the oral environment. With this knowledge, you and your doctor can then decide if Bioclear offers the best solution for your unique dental requirements. 

Should you decide to progress with Bioclear treatment at Dynamic Dental Solutions, we can assure you that you are in expert hands. Both Dr. Dickerson and Dr. Popp have been providing Bioclear restorations for many years and have both received professional accolades for their level of proficiency. 

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  1. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0099239986802023
  2. http://www.quintpub.com/userhome/qi/qi_27_10_brannstrom_10.pdf 
  3. https://www.bioclearmatrix.com/why-bioclear/ 
  4. Kurth J, Kokich V. Open Gingival Embrasures after orthodontic treatment in adults: prevalence and etiology. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2001; 120: 116-123

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