Our teeth form a vital part of our everyday activities, such as talking, chewing, biting, smiling, etc. However, when they are subjected to issues such as cavities, damage due to external injuries, discoloration, infections, etc. these activities become increasingly difficult. In such situations, dental restorations become essential to bring the aesthetics, functionality, and health of the oral setup back to normal.
Dental restorations serve a large array of purposes, which include improving both the aesthetics as well as the functionality. Some of the common restorative services are dental fillings, crowns, bridges, implants, veneers, bonding, inlays and onlays.
Restorations help solve aesthetic dental issues such as decayed, discolored, chipped, cracked, misshapen, excessively spaced and worn-out teeth.
They restore the functionality of the teeth by getting rid of cracks, cavities, and worn-out biting surfaces.
They can be used to strengthen weak teeth that are on the verge of failure.
Missing teeth can be replaced using restorative services such as implants and bridges.
Dental fillings: Fillings can be used for various purposes such as filling cavities, treating minor cracks, reshaping teeth, etc. Since they are usually made of tooth-colored ceramic or composite, they seamlessly blend in with the natural teeth and go undetected. They can be made to match the exact shade and texture of the enamel, and are highly resistant to wear.
Dental crowns: Crowns are cap-like dental restorations used to cover a badly damaged, discolored or chipped tooth. They are custom fabricated according to the requirement of the patient and fit perfectly on the tooth, providing excellent comfort and aesthetic benefits.
Dental bridges: Bridges are the easiest way to replace an extracted tooth. It is a prosthetic structure accompanied on both sides by crowns, which help it to stay in place. It would be fabricated using tooth-colored materials, which help it perfectly mimic the appearance of a real tooth.
Bonding:Bonding involves the application of a photosensitive resin on the surface of a tooth to change its appearance or to treat minor cracks. Further, it will be shaped according to the contour of the tooth and a curing light would be used to harden it. The material used for bonding is biocompatible, making it absolutely safe for use.
Veneers: Veneers are thin shells made out of porcelain and are bonded on to the frontal surface of a tooth. They cover chipping, cracks, discoloration, and are also used to improve the shape of misshapen teeth.
Traditional Implants:Implants are regarded as the best dental solution to replace missing teeth due to their amazing benefits. They are long-lasting, durable, strong and aesthetically pleasing. They are made from titanium, and the crown of the implant is made from ceramic. Together, they restore the functionality of the mouth and help the remaining teeth stay intact.
Mini implants: Whether you have missing teeth or teeth missing from jaw space that has very little bone, mini-implants can help replace your missing teeth with comfort and ease. They function just like traditional regular implants but with added benefits to help make your treatment even better. With lesser healing time, placing your restorations can now be done faster than expected. Also, mini-implants can anchor restorative appliances such as dentures and bridges, too.
Inlays and Onlays:Inlays and onlays are customized restorations that improve the appearance of the teeth. Onlays can be considered as ‘half-crowns’ as they cover only the cusp of a tooth. Inlays are custom fabricated fillings that are shaped according to the contour of the cavity and fit perfectly in it.
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