Restorative Dentistry – Bringing Back your Beautiful Smile
Restorative Dentistry is provided to patients suffering from oral health problems that need necessary care. It refers to the combined management of oral health issues and restoring the mouth to an aesthetic and functional state.
Restorative dental treatment includes a wide range of dental treatments from braces, tooth whitening, fillings, crowns and bridges to veneers, root treatments and so much more. When a dentist uses the term restorative dentistry, the objective is to preserve the natural teeth as much as possible. Missing teeth put extra stress on the remaining natural teeth because there is not much surface area to chew food with. Teeth replacement can help promote dental health.
Some of the most common restorative procedures include the following:
Dental bridges are a custom device linked to the neighboring teeth that replace one or more missing teeth. Usually, bridges and crowns are made from high quality materials like porcelain, precious metals or a combination of the two materials. Your dentist will always consider the tissue compatibility, function and aesthetics when choosing the right material suitable for your teeth.
These are a removable replacement for missing teeth and the surrounding tissues. Dentures are usually made of acrylic resin, often combined with metal attachments. Partial dentures are used when there are still some remaining natural teeth. Dentures are retained by metal clasps that are attached to the remaining teeth. Complete dentures are considered to replace the entire teeth. Dentures also allow you to bite and chew properly and prevent sagging appearance of the face.
The most common type of dental restoration are fillings. Materials used to fill the teeth include tooth-colored plastic materials, known as resin fillings, silver amalgam and gold. The proper placing of composites or materials enables the tooth to be as close as possible to the original strength in a conservative manner.
Air abrasion technology utilizes aluminum oxide under air pressure in order to blast out tiny cavities in between teeth the without having to use needles or anesthetics. Modern dentistry uses conservative treatment option to remove decays in teeth and prevent from using drills and needs to conserve the healthy structure of the teeth. With the use of the latest conservative option like air abrasion, your dentist can eliminate small cavities without removing healthy tooth enamel and place white fillings without the use of dreaded needles.
When determining on a strategy for restorative industry, you will have to consider some factors, including your budget and health. Qualified and experienced dentists involved in restorative industry will strive to preserve your natural teeth as much as possible. They are equipped with innovative technology to help bring back your beautiful smile. If you feel that this is the right service you need, contact the expert dentist immediately.
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