While filling the cavity on your teeth, our dentist will clean out the decayed area of your tooth. Then, they will pour the filling material, which will completely seal the hole created by the cavity.
Oral trauma can result from physical activities such as sports which can fracture your teeth. Fractures can also come from chewing hard food or accidents. In addition, as you age, your teeth become weaker and more susceptible to fractures and chips.
If you have badly stained teeth, composite resin filling can give your teeth a white as wool color. However, the composite filling looks like the natural color of teeth so that no one will notice.
Cavities are relatively small holes in a tooth. If unchecked, the cavities will trap food particles and debris and gets deep over time. This accumulation will lead to tooth decay as the hole gets deeper and deeper. Getting dental fillings will seal off this whole, preventing it from deepening further.
Instead of leaving your tooth hollow where there is a cavity, the filling will give your tooth the much-needed support. By so doing, the structure of your tooth is improved. Keep in mind that there is no damage done to your tooth while applying a filling.
Modern-day fillings such as glass isomer variety can release fluoride. This fluoride will safeguard your tooth from further decay beneath the gum line.
Tooth decay will make chewing quite painful and challenging. Having your decayed tooth filled will reduce the pain while chewing.
Gold or porcelain fillings have proven effective for long periods, even more than 15 years, due to their corrosion resistance. However, getting this kind of fillings will mean that you pay a little bit more.