Tooth-colored fillings

Restoration and treatment

Tooth-colored fillings (composite)

Restoration and repair of decayed teeth using tooth enamel materials is more in the attention of the patients.

Because the material is very similar to the teeth, the restoration of the teeth is not recognizable to others. The same advantage is due to the popularity of homogeneous materials, or composites, for patients. The denture composite resin product is made from plastic and fine glass particles, and its shelf life is estimated at at least 5 years. But this depends on the patient's care and oral hygiene as well as the dentist's skill in restoring the tooth. Composite materials have less strength and strength than amalgam, which the dentist uses for bonding to eliminate this problem. This will keep the composite resin on the teeth.

Advantages of Toothbrush Material

Restoration and restoration of teeth only in one session

Matching natural teeth and uncertainty of restoration

Connecting teeth directly and resulting in high strength

How to restoration of teeth using coated materials

First, the dentist carefully examines the patient's teeth and photographs them if necessary. This helps the dentist to determine the amount of dental caries that remains hidden and can better treat it. A good dentist can heat the toothpaste and composite veneer indirectly to increase the strength of the composite material. After this step, the composite resin component of the tooth is used in conjunction with other materials such as glass inomer to provide better repair. The dentist then places the toothpaste material in the toothpick to fill the entire empty space. MALGAM MATERIAL When it enters the teeth, the dentist shapes it with special tools and creates grooves and prominences of a natural tooth. The brush of the tooth is also done at the end due to special brushes. The patient will also need to go to the dentist after a week or so.

Disadvantages of using tooth whitening material

Although the degree of endurance and strength of these materials is confirmed by dentists and experts, it is not known whether they are resistant to biting as long as amalgam fillers have long-lasting endurance.
The cost of treatment and restoration of decayed teeth is higher with composite resins than amalgam filling agents.
If, according to the dentist, the teeth need to be coated, this should be done in the next sessions.
The dental composite material may be drained during application, resulting in bubble filling between the tooth and the filler material. This reduces the contact between the teeth and the composite material and increases the chance of rotting. This problem is eliminated by the dentist's skill. If the dentist works calmly and accurately, the composite is attached to the tooth surface.

Restoration and treatment

Temporary tooth enamel

Next to composites, the dentist sometimes uses temporary toner filler material. This material requires more sessions and is used when the dentist intends to wait for a certain period of time to repair the tooth. Also, if the dental caries and teeth are deep or the patient needs emergency treatment, the dentist will use this method. One of the temporary restorative materials for filling the toothbrush is an acrylic glass glass and a special type of glass that To fill below the gum line and toothpaste in children is used. Handpieces are used in this way. Glass Inumor Fluoride protects against tooth decay. This material is weaker than composite resin and does not have a high resistance to corrosion and fracture damage.