The latest recommended way of filling teeth. Ultra Violet light isused to set the filling hard instantly so you can eat immediately.· Precision fit (minimum chance of recurrent decay). DENTAL CROWNS A toothwith a very large filling requires a cap or dental crown
to protect thetooth from fracturing in the future. Somepeople are also concerned about the small amount of mercury in the amalgamalloy. This avoids repeat dentistry and is the cost-effective option for thelong term.·Durability (maximum strength, never break or fracture!). (b) Gold Inlays/Onlays· Smooth, polished finish (comfortable, less plaque build-up).The ideal choice in cosmeticdentistry.Cost effective (cheaper in the long run!). The main disadvantages are the grey/black appearance of thefillings and the fact that they do not
bond to tooth structure. Careful attention is paid to shaping and polishingthe restoration to produce an ideal and smooth finish.Bonding to tooth substance for long term strength andfunction. These Cosmetic fillings are now shown to bestrong and reliable. CONVENTIONAL, ONE VISIT FILLINGS (a)Toothcoloured aesthetic fillingsCosmeticDentists have many shades of filling materials to match your teethperfectly. IDEAL LONG- TERM RESTORATIONS (LABORATORY MADE) (a) Cosmetic Tooth-ColouredPorcelain Inlays / Onlays.INTRODUCTION
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acomplete range of restorative techniques and the best dental materialsavailable, as well as the latest clinical techniques using state-of-the-artdental equipment. These fillings are bonded to the tooth using a specialbonding resin.·For a superior and natural appearance. (b) AmalgamAmalgamfillings are metal.