Dental filling is a form of reconstruction that may have resulted in deterioration or trauma. Dental filling is an alternative. Decay is hollow for the tooth. Another aim of a filling is to restore the tooth and teeth that are missing or fractured due to dental habits such as teeth grinding, clinging etc.

When do you need a good solution?

Different signs and symptoms can be expected for fillings. The following signs may be:

  • Hole in your tooth
  • Dark patches on the tooth
  • Food trapped among certain areas of the teeth
  • Cut or missing tooth
  • Hot and cold food and drink sensitivity
  • One of more hole

You can have to fill in if you experience any of the symptoms as described above. After a comprehensive oral examination, the dentist will conclude final.


If your tooth is deteriorating, dental filling is usually required. It will protect your tooth and avoid further damage.

  • First of all, the severity of the affected tooth is to be seen. Dental filling is only sufficient for small fractures and decay
  • Then the dentist checks the denture and an X-ray with correct information is performed if possible.
  • Local anesthesia is used to relax the area surrounding the infected tooth, depending on the degree of decay.
  • The decayed or weakened tooth or areas surrounding it will then be repaired
  • If the tooth is affected, the damaged portion may be replaced with a dental hand piece or laser
  • The space is then drained to cover the cavity. The type of filling depends on the case and the individual.
  • Finally, the dental filling process is done by polishing the finished tooth.

Consequences of not getting a dental filling:

If you suffer from decay, filling is highly necessary because the enamel (external part of the teeth) eventually starts to decay and dentin (the hard part below enamel) is found when the procedure is not carried out in good time. Dental touch is caused by the bacteria in your mouth that cause infection. You will develop sensitivity and then continue to get fillings completed until the infection begins. However, if you miss this part and don’t get medication on time, the bacteria enters the nerve and ends up destroying the tooth, which then requires a Root Canal Treatment. You can have got contaminated by the surrounding tooth, which makes it possible to rot.

Types of cavity filling

Types  of cavity filling Gold, copper (mercury, silver) and other metal composites, teeth-colored composite material, porcelain and a special glass form are also used in tooth filling typologies. The right tooth fills for you depend on price, coverage and aesthetic needs of your insurance.

The materials used to fill cavities are varied and differ in intensity and color. Amalgam and composite are the two most common forms.

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