Dental Restoration (Filling)
Tooth decay should never be ignored. If tooth decay is caught early, your dentist is often able to repair the damage. Delaying treatment could lead to extensive tooth decay. If it’s too late to save the tooth, you may require a tooth extraction.
That’s why it’s so important to come into Royal Dental Clinic for regular dental visits – it allows us to examine your teeth, and catch and treat any decay while it’s still in the early stages.
If you do have any decay, we’ll recommend treatment based on how severely your teeth have been damaged.
Here are some of the options we provide:
Fillings:If plaque has dissolved the enamel of your tooth — making a tiny cavity — the solution is often as easy as a filling. We can remove the decayed portion of your tooth, and fill the space with metal, acrylic or porcelain.
Crowns:If your tooth already contains several fillings — or has a large amount of decay — we may suggest a crown. This encircles (or “caps”) your tooth, protecting it and keeping it strong. Crowns can be made of gold, porcelain fused to metal, or pure white porcelain (to resemble a natural tooth).
Root Canals: You could require a root canal if tooth decay progresses and damages the nerve of your tooth. Dentists at Royal Dental Clinic can remove the damaged nerve and fill the space with new material — allowing you to keep your natural tooth. Since the tooth no longer has a nerve to provide its blood supply, we may place a crown over your tooth to prevent it from chipping or cracking easily.
Bridges: If your tooth is badly decayed, we could recommend removing the infected tooth and giving you a bridge. We’ll reduce the size of the teeth adjacent to the missing tooth, so the bridge can use these teeth as supports for an artificial tooth in the middle.
Call or email Royal Dental Clinic today to learn more about our dental restoration services.
For more information please send us a message or call +971- 50-477-9824.
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