Restorative Dentistry

Examination of dental diseases and supporting structures, making the diagnosis and using the integrated method are within the scope of restorative dentistry. Restorative dentistry is the rehabilitation in which the tooth is applied according to the functional and aesthetic needs and requirements of the person. Restorative dentistry provides the repair and treatment of hard tissue losses in the tooth caused by caries or non-carious reasons. It destroys the aesthetic and functional loss of the patient.

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dental treatments can be applied comfortably for individuals in all of the ages, professions and genders. The fact that it can be applied to children and the elderly also paves the way for this treatment method to be preferred more frequently. The products to be used during the restoration aim at aesthetic appearance. It is also seen that these materials and products do not cause any harm to the teeth. Bio-compatible materials are used in this treatment method. The treatment of the losses that have occurred due to various reasons on the hard surface of the tooth is provided. While it is aimed to obtain a pleasant appearance, it also offers the possibility of long-term use.

The restorative dental treatment method applied by restorative dentistry is not only preferred for aesthetic purposes. This treatment method, which is applied both for aesthetics and for restoring the lost functions of the tooth, can offer advantages to the patient in many respects. It is generally seen as a white filling applied to decayed teeth. However, restorative dental treatment aims to prevent the deterioration of the structure of the tooth that causes discomfort due to some reasons. In short, although aesthetic purposes are pursued in this treatment method, the main aim is to restore the necessary dental characteristics to the patient, and to prevent damage to other teeth with timely intervention.

It is not seen that there are points that need to be considered after restorative dental treatment. After the treatment, you can return to your daily life. After the completion of the treatment, the patient is not given strict rules for its application. Whether or not a sensitivity occurs in the tooth after the filling completely depends on how big the caries are and the degree of depth. It may be correct to show sensitivity for a few days after the treatment in teeth with large and deep caries.

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