5 common cosmetic dental restoration options.

Unique Dental Laboratory May 31st, 2023 0 Comments

The term “cosmetic dentistry” refers to a variety of dental restoration treatments with the goal of improving patients’ smiles and restoring their confidence. Dental restoration cost varies depending on the type, material, and number of teeth required for the replacement. The following are the top 5 common cosmetic dental restoration  options:  Teeth whitening: Teeth whitening […]


Different types of dentures options available.

Unique Dental Laboratory May 24th, 2023 0 Comments

Dentures are referred to as removable replacements for lost teeth that can be fabricated out of a variety of materials such as porcelain, plastic, or acrylic. Dentures are also known as false teeth. The requirements and preferences of the patient are taken into consideration while selecting the materials to be utilized in the fabrication of […]


Step by step procedure to make best partial dentures.

Unique Dental Laboratory May 17th, 2023 0 Comments

Partial dentures are one of the common cosmetic dental treatment options when a patient requires treatment for a tooth or one area. To achieve outstanding aesthetic dental results, the dentist has to collaborate with a certified dental laboratory when fabricating removable partial dentures. Even though each patient’s case is different and there are various types […]


Top 5 things to know about porcelain fused to metal.

Unique Dental Laboratory May 10th, 2023 0 Comments

Porcelain fused to metal (PFM) crowns are a type of dental restoration used to restore missing or damaged teeth that have been caused by tooth decay or injury. Crowns made of porcelain combine beauty, strength, and longevity to create a dental restoration that is both long-lasting and appears to be of natural origin. Here are […]


Occlusal Splint Vs Night Guard: What’s the difference?

Unique Dental Laboratory May 3rd, 2023 0 Comments

An occlusal splint is a dental appliance made out of acrylic resin that is custom-fitted to be worn over the occlusal to protect the wearer’s teeth and jaw. Occlusal splints  are removable and ideal for patients who suffer from bruxism, or teeth and jaw clenching. There are various splint types, each with their own uses. […]