Main Treatment and Techniques
Insufficient dental care and cleaning can lead to deformation and tooth decay over time. Teeth can decompose and deform and lead to unbearable dental pain. Toothache, as well as bad appearance. Food residues and bacteria between teeth accumulate over time and cause tooth decay. Teeth, which are considered mirror of the human being, can occur as a symptom of various diseases, as well as unhealthy nutrition and inadequate care.
What is a Filling
Filling is a way to restore normal function and appearance of teeth damaged by tooth decay. When the tooth is filled by the dentist, it first removes the decaying tooth tissue. Cleans the affected area and fills the gap with filler.
It also tries to prevent the development of tooth decay by filling in the gaps that bacteria can enter with filling. The materials used for filling are composite resin (tooth-colored filler) and amalgam. (Silver mercury, copper, tin and sometimes zinc alloy). Filling teeth is made to clean the rotten teeth. Because tooth decay causes proliferation, they can go down to the pulp and jump to other teeth. For this reason, decomposing dead tooth points should be removed from the tooth health points. The teeth are filled briefly as follows,
- Teeth and gums to be filled are anesthetized by local anesthesia.
- Teeth are carved to remove tooth decay and dead spots, and all diseased decay stains are destroyed.
- Controls are made and cleaned at points until nerve endings.
- After appropriate controls are made, the hollow portion of the tooth is filled with a compound or analog filler. This completes the filling process.
Do allergies form after filling procedures?
Sensitization may occur after dental fillings. Sensitive to pressure, sweet food, heat may occur on the tooth. In general, these allergies stop within a week or two. You should stay for a product that causes allergies. If allergies persist, consult your dentist.