Fillings

This restoration substance helps to fill in and complement the structural erosion of bad teeth. This tooth erosion could be because of loss of tooth enamel or decay, which will cause the tooth sensitivity to pain to increase sharply. The filling is applied to the lost portions of the teeth to recover the original shape of the teeth, maintain its structural integrity, and ease teeth pain.

It is very important to maintain regular dental appointments. These appointments can help your dentist detect the early onset of cavity and tooth decay for prompt action. The dentist will first clean out all rotten materials from the affected parts, and then use some dental filling to fill the cavity. Some of the dental fillings for this task include gold, porcelain, or a mixture of the two. The dental filling will seal up the affected area and guard against the growth of additional bacteria.

In some situations, dental fillings may be insufficient to repair a rotten tooth. These situations are better managed with the use of crown and bridge, root canal, or implant. Early detection will reduce the need for extensive, costly, and radical solutions

Prevention of Dental Decay

For over the past 50 years, many people have come up with several methods for the prevention or reduction of tooth decay. These methods are being refined and restructured to find the best practical approaches. Find below, the different ways you can take the prevent or reduce the occurrence of tooth decay

  • Eat only balanced and nutritious foods.
  • Maintain a regular routine of brushing your teeth with fluoride toothpaste two times every day.
  • Keep regular dental visits.
  • Clean your teeth once a day with dental floss.
  • Ask your dentist to educate you more about dental fillings.
  • Abstain from drinking or eating outside your meal times. However, you should snack on only sugar-free and healthy foods if you must.
  • Learn how treatments with high levels of fluoride can benefit you.