Restoring a tooth to good form and function requires two steps: preparing the tooth for placement of restorative materials and their actual placement.
The process of preparation for a Tooth Coloured Filling usually involves cutting the tooth with a rotary dental handpiece and dental burs to make space for the planned restorative materials and to remove any dental decay or portions of the tooth that are structurally unsound.
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If permanent restoration cannot be carried out immediately after tooth preparation, temporary restoration may be performed.
In preparing a tooth for dental restoration, a number of considerations will determine the type and extent of the preparation. The most important factor to consider is tooth decay. For the most part, the extent of the decay will define the extent of the preparation, and in turn, the subsequent method and appropriate materials for restoration.
A composite resin material is our preferred filling material here at Aesthetika Dental Studio. The technique involves placing a soft or malleable filling into the prepared tooth and building up the tooth. The material is then set hard and the tooth is restored. The advantage of direct restorations is that they usually set quickly and can be placed in a single procedure. The dentist has a variety of different filling options to choose from. A decision is usually made based on the location and severity of the associated cavity. Since the material is required to set while in contact with the tooth, limited energy (heat) is passed to the tooth from the setting process.
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