Most people need to fill at least one tooth in their life. Dental fillings are most commonly used to treat dental injuries, but they are also used to repair broken or broken teeth, or teeth that have been consumed over time.
Most of the dental filling procedures are as follows:
Current anesthesia to numb the treatment area
Removing the broken from the affected teeth
Tooth restoration using a filling of composite or amalgam
Check the bite to make sure the teeth fit comfortably
Our team will ensure that you are satisfied before, during and after your procedure and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Dandruff or fractured tooth
A tooth that is cracked can be painful. It can also lead to toothache.
How do you know if you have a cracked tooth?
Look for these signs:
acute pain when bites that quickly disappear
the pain that comes and goes
pain when eating or drinking
feeling that something is stuck between your teeth
Or you may have no sign at all.
How can you tell if a tooth is cracked?
It may be difficult for you to tell if a tooth is cracked. If you have a pain, you may not be able to tell what the tooth is causing or if the pain is from the upper or lower tooth. Disorders are sometimes invisible to the eye and can not be displayed in an x-ray chart. And sometimes you will not have any pain or sensitivity at all; your dentist will reveal it during your examination.
If you have any symptoms, you can help your dentist find the damaged tooth by sharing some information:
things that cause dental pain (such as heat, cold or food that are sweet)
the area of ??pain.
Why has a tooth break or damage?
A tooth can flow for many reasons, as follows:
chewing on strong objects or foods such as pencils, ice, nuts or strong candy
an accident, like a blow to the mouth
uneven pressure of chewing, especially if a near tooth is lost
loss of the tooth structure due to large fillings or other restorations
exposure to dental enamel at extreme hot and cold temperatures
Why is a cracked tooth damaged?
Sometimes, a crack in the enamel travels to the nerve pulp. This type of cracked tooth can give you pain when you bite. Cracks may be too small to see, but when it opens, the pulp inside the tooth may irritate. Pulp is a soft tissue inside the tooth center that contains nerves and blood vessels. The tooth may become susceptible to extreme heat and cold. If this happens, endodontic treatment may be needed to save the tooth.
How is such a tooth treated?
The treatment depends on the size, position and direction of the tooth damage, as well as your symptoms. Your dentist will talk to you about the treatment that is best for your tooth. It is possible for your dentist to recommend that there is no treatment, since small fits are common and usually do not cause problems.
Types of treatment include the following:
tooth repair with a filling material
placing a crown (capsule) on the tooth to protect it from further damage
endodontic (root canal) if pulp is involved
tooth removal if it is severely cracked and can not be stored
Regular dental checkups are important because they allow your dentist to diagnose and treat problems at an early stage. A plump tooth can become a bigger problem if it is not treated.