Restoration (Fillings)

Restoration (Fillings)

Restoration (Fillings)

A filling helps to restore a tooth damaged by decay back to its normal function and shape and helps prevent further decay by eliminating areas where bacteria can enter the tooth. Your dentist will consider a number of factors when choosing which type of filling material is best for you; this includes the extent of the repair. Restoration must be done in earlier stages of decay and preventing RCT and removal of teeth.
New Restorative materials contain Anti cavity Constituents which prevents cavity near the restoration. New restorative materials completely bond to the tooth and no microleakages have been noted by avoiding Microleakage sensitivity after Restoration will be avoided.

  • Composite Fillings
  • Composer Fillings
  • Glass ionomer fillings

What Happens When You get a Filling?

If your dentist decides to fill a cavity, he or she will first remove the decay and clean the affected area. The cleaned-out cavity will then be filled with any of the variety of materials described above.

How Do I Know if I Need a Filling?

Only your dentist can detect whether you have a cavity that needs to be filled. During a checkup, your dentist will use a small mirror to examine the surfaces of each tooth.

Anything that looks abnormal will then be closely checked with special instruments. Your dentist may also X-ray your entire mouth or a section of it. The type of treatment your dentist chooses will depend on the extent of damage caused by decay.

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