Title: Biomimetic Restorative Dentistry Front the Challenges of Conventional Treatment
Biomimetic is an area of science that aims to study biological structures and their functions, seeking to learn from Nature. In Dentistry, the biomimetic approach is how can we use the restorative material to integrate in the oral system like the natural teeth, with proprieties and mechanical response most similar than enamel and dentin. The best way to stop the tooth death cycle is using this restorative material associate a non-invasive technique, respecting not only the tissues that form the tooth but all structure thar surround the natural teeth. The challenge of the Biomimetic Dentistry is to prove to Doctor of Dental Surgery that the life of natural teeth is most important than the life of restorative material, cause when have the collapse of the tissues that form the natural tooth no one material can simulate the perfect force distribution system to alveolar bone, so we must learn how to treat and prevent the loss of teeth.