Making of an aesthetic filling
The treatment is done with a local anaesthetic. The dentist cleans the decayed parts of the teeth with a drill, then seals the tooth preventing post sensitivity. This way, between the filling and the tooth there is an insulation. Next, the dentist places a thin glue layer over the tooth surface, and builds up the filling in layers. The layers are lighted by an UV lamp which hardens the filling material hardened. The filling surface is drilled to the appropriate form. Finally, the finished surface is polished.
Complications after filling
Cold – warm -, and bite on sensitivity might occur for a maximum of a week or two. The anaesthetic injection point can also be sensitive for a day or two. Due to coffee, tea, coke, smoking, different food colourings, the filling and the teeth will be discoloured by time.
Sealants protect the occlusal surfaces of the teeth, inhibiting bacterial growth and providing a smooth surface which increases the probability that the surface will stay clean. The key aim of sealants is penetrating the pit and fissures of the tooth and sealing them from bacteria.
Traditionally, sealant are a preventive measure for children and teenagers when they are in their “cavity prone years”. Patients who have xerostomia (decreased salivation), or are undergoing orthodontic treatment, show evidence of incipient caries, or who are prone to caries should be evaluated as patients for sealant placement. Primary molars also can benefit from the placement of sealants.
Veneers & Laminates
Veneers and Laminates are ultra-thin facings of porcelain or resin which once bonded to the fronts of teeth, which can subtly or dramatically change the appearance, color, size and shape of a tooth.
Porcelain veneers are highly resistant to dental stains and can restore a smile back to a healthier, brighter, more “ideal” look. And, with “prepless” veneers, no dental anesthesia (dental shots) are needed.
Chairside laminates can look just like porcelain veneers and are similar to cosmetic bonding and are completed in just one office visit.
An inlay/onlay restoration is a custom made filling from composite material, gold, or tooth-colored porcelain. Porcelain inlays/onlays are popular because they resemble your natural tooth. A porcelain inlay/onlay is made by a professional dental laboratory and is permanently cemented into the tooth by your dentist.
Inlays/onlays can be utilized to conservatively repair teeth that have large defective fillings or have been damaged by decay or trauma. Inlays/onlays are an ideal alternative to conventional silver and composite fillings. Also, they are more conservative than crowns because less tooth structure is removed in the preparation of inlays.
As with most dental restorations, inlays/onlays are not always permanent and may someday require replacement. They are highly durable and will last many years, giving you a beautiful long lasting smile.
Reasons for inlay/onlay restorations:
What does getting an inlay/onlay involve?
An inlay/onlay procedure usually requires two appointments. Your first appointment will include taking several highly accurate impressions (molds) that will be used to create your custom inlay/ onlay and a temporary restoration.
While the tooth is numb, the dentist will remove any decay and/or old filling materials. The space will then be thoroughly cleaned and carefully prepared, shaping the surface to properly fit an inlay/ onlay restoration. A temporary filling will be applied to protect the tooth while your inlay/onlay is made by a dental laboratory.
At your second appointment your new inlay/onlay will be carefully and precisely cemented into place. A few adjustments may be necessary to ensure a proper fit and that your bite is comfortable.
You will receive care instruction at the conclusion of your treatment. Good oral hygiene practices, and regular dental visits will aid in the life of your new inlay/onlay
Promedicum Dental Center
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