Tooth Decay

It helps to remove decay within a tooth and prepare the surrounding enamel for receipt of the filling. Lasers help to cure or harden a filling Gum disease and are used to re contour the gums providing blood less fields during invasive procedures like flap surgeries, Gingivectomy etc

Can tooth decay be fixed?

If tooth decay has spread to the pulp (in the centre of the tooth, containing blood and nerves) – this may be removed in a process known as root canal treatment. If the tooth is so badly damaged that it can’t be restored – it may need to be removed.

How can you treat a tooth decay?

A dentist can prescribe fluoride treatments like mouthwash or varnish to reverse early tooth decay. You’ll probably need a filling if you have a hole (cavity) in your tooth. If tooth decay has reached the soft tissue (pulp) in the middle of your tooth, you may need root canal treatment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are tooth decay serious?

Tooth decay does more damage than simply breaking down your teeth. It can lead to infections that can spread to the other parts of the body, it can increase your risk of heart disease and it can weaken your immune system.

What is the best medicine for tooth decay?

Fluoride. In the very early stages of tooth decay, fluoride treatments can repair damaged enamel — a process called remineralization. This can reverse the early signs of cavities. You may need prescription toothpaste and mouthwash, as well as fluoride treatments at the dental office.