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The term restorative dentistry refers to the treatment of dental problems with simultaneous functional and aesthetic restoration of the teeth. General dentists can perform many of these procedures without additional training and certification. It always depends on how difficult the procedure is and what the dentist finds right. Many procedures can be carried out in the context of prosthetic dentistry, such as. As fillings, veneers, crowns, bridges, full and partial dentures and dental implants.
Thanks to a variety of dental restoration techniques available today, worn, caries-damaged, damaged or missing teeth can be repaired to help you restore a beautiful, healthy smile. Depending on the nature of the problem, your dentist will advise you on one of these two types of dental restoration:
- Direct dental restoration. In the case of direct restoration, a prepared hole in the tooth is filled with a seal. Only one appointment for a dentist is required for this procedure. Depending on the location and type of hole, your dentist will choose the right seal. Seals that are located near the tooth root or in areas where no heavy pressure is applied by chewing movements are often made of glass or resin ionomer cement.
- Indirect tooth restoration. In the case of indirect dental restoration, teeth are replaced by individually designed crowns, onlays or inlays. Crowns cover the entire chewing surface of a tooth, while inlays are located within the vertices of the tooth and onlays cover one or more vertices including a portion of the chewing surface. For indirect dental restorations, several appointments are necessary because the inlay or onlay is manufactured in the laboratory. Crowns, inlays and onlays can be made of a variety of materials. In some cases, inlays are still made of gold. If you care about white teeth, you will definitely prefer porcelain and tooth-colored synthetic resin.