Restoration & Fillings

Restoration or filling is done whenever you see a decay or a cavity in any tooth. This is a preventive oral care where you can avoid a root canal or an extraction. There are variouis materials available with us to ensure good cosmetic long lasting restorations.

Who needs restorative dentistry?

You may need restorative dentistry if you have:

👉 Cavities/tooth decay.
👉 Damaged or broken teeth.
👉 Missing teeth.

Types of Dental Filling

As of today, there are already several dental filling materials available worldwide. You can choose from porcelain, gold, silver amalgam; or tooth-coloured, plastic, or composite resin fillings. There is also a material filling that contains glass particles which are known as glass ionomer. This kind of material is used in ways similar to the composite resin fillings.

When it comes to determining what type of filling is best for you, you must consider your dentist’s recommendation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Dental Restoration?

Dental restoration, dental fillings, or simply fillings are treatments used to restore the function, integrity, and morphology of missing tooth structure resulting from caries or external trauma as well as to the replacement of such structure supported by dental implants.[1] They are of two broad types—direct and indirect—and are further classified by location and size. A root canal filling, for example, is a restorative technique used to fill the space where the dental pulp normally resides.

What is the Difference Between Teeth Restoration and Teeth Filling?

Some people are confused with dental filling and dental restoration. Others think that these two dental terms are just the same. But technically they are two different things. Although they share several things, one thing is they both fix a decayed or broken tooth. A dental filling simply means plugging or filling a hole in the tooth. It is considered an immediate quick-fix, rather than a long term solution. Whereas a tooth restoration is a method used in restoring a tooth as close as possible to its original structure and function.

Both are used in making the tooth not only look great but also function optimally again. Tooth restoration offers long term outcomes, while the dental filling only offers short term outcomes.