WHAT IS A COMPOSITE FILLING ?
Composite filling is used to restore decayed teeth. Composites are also used for cosmetic improvements of the smile by changing the color of the teeth or reshaping disfigured teeth. It is long lasting, protective and cosmetic procedure.
When a decay is not reaching the pulp, but the tooth is becoming sensitive, a procedure called restoration with composite, also called white filling, is used to repair teeth decays, cracks, fractures.
The damaged part of the tooth is eliminated, perfectly cleaned, protected with a layer of radiopaque Calcium Hydroxide under the dental filling called composite filling, as a base to preserve carefully the tooth inside, and then the tooth can be safely up filled with a composite filling. The last step is to apply the Light cure. Light curing procedure is an essential final step in the placement of composite filling. It ensures adequate energy delivery to the base of the restoration is critical for success.
HOW COMPOSITE FILLING WORKS?
Composite fillings are a mix of resin and ceramic powder, that make them strong and flexible at the same time. Composite filling is placed in one visit only under Local anesthesia. The decayed is smoothly and precisely removed without touching the healthy remaining area of the tooth.
The cavity is thoroughly cleaned and carefully prepared before the new filling is placed.
If the carie is close to the nerve, the base will be protected and reinforced with the Calcium hydroxide layer. The composite filling is then precisely placed, shaped, and polished, the occlusion balance is adjusted, to finally restoring your tooth to its natural shape and function.
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