Dental Bonding

Tooth Bonding ​

The dental bonding procedure utilizes a composite resinis used for a variety of structural as well as cosmetic purposes.

Dental bonding can repair cracked, chipped, and discolored teeth also repair misaligned teeth, providing a straighter, more uniform smile.

Bonding will tend to stain in the same way as normal teeth but can be polished as usual during you usual hygienist visit.If it is necessary rebonding can be made.It can be applied at any age.

After the Procedure
Avoid to bite hart objects(Eis,Candy)

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Why is root canal treatment performed?

It is the process of removing the pulp of the tooth and filling its place with filling materials in case the vascular-nerve package, called pulp, inside the tooth is infected due to caries or loses its vitality due to trauma.

What is PULPA?

It is the tissue in which the vessels and nerves are located. The nutrition and vitality of the tooth comes from this tissue. When the pulp is exposed to the effects of bacteria for a long time due to tooth trauma or caries, it becomes sick and loses its vitality. If this condition is not treated, inflammatory reactions occur at the root tip, abscess occurs and swelling occurs.

Stages of Root Canal Treatment

First of all, it should be known that no artificial teeth replace natural teeth. Therefore, we have to protect our natural teeth by treating up to the last point. When one of our teeth is sick, one of the most common protection methods is root canal treatment. Canal treatment is helpful in protecting damaged teeth. When the pulp (the soft layer inside the tooth containing nerve, blood, lymph vessels) is damaged to the extent that it cannot repair itself, the pulp dies. Usually this is caused by bacteria in broken teeth or deep caries. Bacteria cause inflammation in the core of the tooth. If the damaged or diseased pulp is not removed, the tooth and surrounding tissues are exposed to infection. And you may eventually lose your tooth completely.

What is root canal treatment and how is it applied?

Canal treatment is a form of treatment applied in cases where pulp is damaged. While extraction was the only solution when faced with a diseased soft tooth layer in previous years, it is now possible to treat these teeth.

What happens if root canal treatment is not done?

In cases where the pulp cannot heal itself due to deep caries and cracks, the tooth loses its vitality and the infection can spread to the whole tooth. If root canal treatment is not applied, the infection can reach the tissues at the root tip. The jawbone surrounding the female is also inflamed and eroded. Abscess occurs in this space. This picture is accompanied by pain and swelling and the tooth is lost in a short time.

Stages of root canal treatment;

How long is the life of a tooth with root canal treatment?

If the tooth is not infected again and measures are taken to prevent decay, this filling can be used for life. You can catch the beginning of the infection with your regular dentist visits. In addition, a very good oral care should prevent the tooth from decaying again.

 

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