Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Treating dental anomalies is an essential part of ensuring long-lasting oral health. Dentists suggest patients get their routine dental checkups done in every six months. Doing so would allow dental experts to examine the patient's oral cavity for any dental conditions that may have arisen or progressed in between. During our dental examinations, we also check the health of existing restorations and advise the necessary steps in case they require replacement.

How does restorative dentistry play an essential role in imparting oral health?

Restorative dentistry plays an integral role in imparting oral health. It allows patients to take care of their oral health while wearing life-like restorations such as implants, veneers, crowns, inlays, onlays, etc. Sometimes, a missing tooth can cause more damage to the jawbone than it did otherwise. As you come for your routine checkups, the dentists would closely examine your case and decide what restoration would suit best for you. After a careful examination, a correct diagnosis would be laid out. Treatment would follow by adhering to the unique requirements of the individual. 

Who requires dental restorations?

Dental restorations are required by patients who suffer from decayed, chipped, or cracked teeth. Patients whose teeth have experienced from moderate to severe conditions of discoloration or are missing also qualifies to be perfect candidates for dental restoration.

What are the common types of restorative materials used to restore teeth?

Restoring teeth is impeccable to ensure that patients get back the stability they had before experiencing oral damage. There are several types of materials that build restorative dental appliances such as fillings, veneers, crowns, etc. Some of the common types of restorative materials are Porcelain, Amalgam, Composite resin, and ionomers of glass,

What are the simple ways of restoring teeth?

Dental restorations come in many forms. 

Fillings - They help restore the surface of teeth. Most commonly used fillings are composite fillings and amalgam fillings.

Veneers -These restorations can be bonded to the surface of one or more teeth. They are typically used in upper and lower front teeth.

Crowns and Bridges - Crowns are restorations that cover the entire surface of teeth. Bridges are prosthetic restorations designed to replace one or more natural teeth.

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