To treat dental caries, the procedure for the direct restoration of a tooth with composite materials is most often used. This workmanship requires the removal of the caries and both the esthetical and functional restoration of the tooth.
The dental restoration with composite materials is to provide perfect aesthetics, resistance and isolation, the filling consists of a secure, tooth-colored mixture.
How is the composite restoration done?
The dentist will place the composite material on the teeth in several layers, possibly using a specialized light to strengthen each layer. The composite material is formed to fill the tooth. Then it is polished to prevent coloring and wear. When the composite materials are glued to the teeth, they create a close match of the natural tooth. Such restorations can be even used in cases where part of the tooth structure has been lost.
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