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Damaged teeth, for example in the case of progressive caries or if a piece of the tooth has broken off, can be restored. Aidite technology co ltd goal is to restore function and aesthetics in … Read More
Damaged teeth, for example in the case of progressive caries or if a piece of the tooth has broken off, can be restored.
Aidite technology co ltd goal is to restore function and aesthetics in an optimal way. The focus of the treatment with us is the preservation of the teeth. Dentistry now offers numerous possibilities for tooth restoration. Different filling materials can be used, but different techniques can also be used.
With filling materials, we can restore and design individual teeth completely metal-free and in a way that is gentle on the substance, so that they look natural and intact after the treatment with full function.
Composite or plastic filling is a white filling material made of glass and plastic. White fillings are durable and aesthetic. They have no gaps in the margin. The edges of the filling remain white. Today’s composites are about as hard as natural teeth. It is therefore possible to model an entire composite crown instead of just one composite build-up.
1. Dental caries down to the pulp
2. Root canal cleaning, see also: Root canal treatment
3. Killing germs and bacteria
4. Fill the root canals
5. Seal the tooth with a filling (composite)
Almost any type of tooth damage can be repaired with composite. Careful pre-renovation and the use of biocompatible, high-quality materials determine the quality and durability.
Often not all treatment methods are exhausted and broken teeth are often pulled too quickly (tooth extraction). Permanent gaps, however, have a negative impact on the appearance of both the chewing function and the ability to speak and also endanger the position of the neighboring teeth. If these teeth no longer have an adjacent tooth, they can tip into the tooth gap, which leads to a disruption of the toothing.
Regular dental care is just as important and necessary as six-monthly check-ups at the dentist. Unfortunately, despite everything, individual teeth cannot always be saved.