At Quality Dental Care Cosmetic & Restoration Dentistry, we work with porcelain fillings. We make fillings for patients who have teeth damage caused by rotting or fracture. The first step is to clean the cavity by removing any deteriorated toothed material, then we go ahead and fill the affected cavity with our sealing material.
For patients who already have mercury fillings and need to be replaced, we will work on the existing dental work and we will try to find attractive ascetic solutions and physically strong.
We are able to provide dental restorations for our patients with damaged or broken teeth. The process we use is with resin inlays that are tied to the teeth creating a secure fit to the natural tooth. We perform these restorations in cases where much of the dental structure has been lost. Therefore, the final product of the tooth remains intact and stronger.
Since the resin used in dental restorations contains fluoride, this can help prevent cavities. The resin is worn like natural teeth and does not require gumline placement, which is healthier for your gums!
We offer a variety of options for dental restoration, you have many choices to repair, worn, damaged, damaged or missing teeth and restore a healthy and beautiful smile. Depending on the nature of your problem, the dental doctor will perform one of two types of dental restorations:
The direct restoration of the teeth consists of placing a filling immediately in a prepared dental cavity. This procedure can be carried out in a single visit. Our dentist chooses from a variety of filling options depending on the type and location of filling. For example, glass or ionomers of resin are often used for replacements near the tooth root or other areas not under high masticatory pressure.
1) GIC Filling:
This is a dental restorative material used for filling teeth and as a cement. They chemically bond to hard dental tissue and release fluoride for a relatively long period of time. They are tinted with teeth and the addition of resin has additional enhanced their transparency but are still rather vague & not as aesthetic as composite resins. It is the bio-compatible material. It requires minimal cavity preparation, so easy to use on children.
2) Composite Fill:
These are dental restorations available in different shades to give a natural look to restored teeth. Made from a mixture of resin glass and quartz, the filler composite requires fewer teeth and conforms to the minimally invasive dentistry. These are also hard and compliment the adjacent teeth.
Indirect tooth restoration involves custom teeth replacements in the form of crowns, onlays, or incrustations. A crown covers the entire chewing area of a tooth, an inlay is found in the cusps of the tooth, and onlay covers and one or more cusp tip, including a part of the chewing surface.
An indirect dental restoration will require more than one visit to the office because the inlay or inlay must be manufactured in a laboratory. Crowns, inlays, and onlays can be made from various materials. Gold is still used for some inlays, but for someone who is interested in white teeth, porcelain and tooth-colored composite resins are other options.
Full Mouth rehabilitation
Complete oral reconstruction, complete oral rehabilitation, and total mouth restoration are often used interchangeably to describe the process of simultaneous reconstruction or restoration of all teeth in both the upper and lower jaws.
Oral reconstruction usually involves general or repair dentists (performing procedures such as crowns, bridges, and veneers) and may include dental specialists such as periodontists (gum specialists), oral surgeons, orthodontists (movement specialists, Dental positions) and endodontists specializing in dental pulp).
- The need for a complete reconstruction of the mouth may result:
- Teeth that have been lost due to trauma.
- Teeth that have been injured or fractured.
- Teeth that have become severely worn as a result of long-term acid erosion (food, drink, acid reflux) or grinding teeth.
- Continued complaints of jaw, muscle and head pain requiring bite adjustments (occlusion).
How does the process of total mouth reconstruction begin?
If you think you need a complete mouth restoration or reconstruction, consult your dentist for a full review. Your dentist will examine your mouth to determine the magnitude of the problem and the treatment options that can be used to correct it. In particular, he or she will examine the status of your:
The condition of your teeth will determine which restorative procedures may be necessary, such as porcelain veneers or crowns, inlays or incrustations, bridges or implants with full coverage, restored with a crown. In particular, your dentist will take note of all cavities and cavities, teeth wear, cracks, short/long teeth, root canal problems and any dental movement.
Periodontal tissues (gums):
If your gums are not healthy, you will probably need chipping and planning to treat periodontal disease. You may require more intensive treatments from a periodontist to ensure that your newly rebuilt teeth will have a solid foundation. These treatments could involve soft tissues or bone grafts to build your gums and underlying jaw. Your dentist will look for deep pockets, excessive or insufficient gums, periodontal disease and bone density irregularities.
Temporomandibular joints, jaw muscles, and occlusion:
A stable bite – one in which you do not feel pain when you close your mouth or chew and which does not cause wear or tear Important for your oral health. Occlusal changes should be considered when your dentist plans your restorations. In fact, you may require an orthodontics or another type of treatment (night shift or reprogramming orthosis) to correct the occlusion before other restoration procedures can be performed.
The color, shape, size and proportion of your teeth, as well as their appearance in relation to your gums, lips, mouth, side profile and face, are also important factors in the reconstruction treatment Mouth.
The examination process requires records of your mouth, such as X-rays and photographs, impressions of your upper and lower teeth, patterns of your teeth that are made from impressions and a pattern of your bite. Your dentist can also refer you to specialists (periodontist, orthodontist, oral surgeon) for a consultation to develop a treatment plan that is right for you.
Our dentist has got all the information relevant to your case, he or she will develop a comprehensive, step-by-step treatment plan to correct any problems in the mouth & achieve the full mouth reconstruction. If you do not follow the method explained, ask for a detailed written description of the proposed treatment plan so that you can view it. This can be useful if you want to get a second opinion. Make sure you understand the risks and benefits of recommended procedures and treatments.
What are the procedures required for complete mouth restoration?
Only our dentist and our team of specialists working on your entire mouth reconstruction can determine what procedures have required for your specific case. Other treatments can further be available, so ask the dentist for any possible procedures that may be necessary for your case and under what circumstances.
Most complete oral reconstructions involve several phases and visits to the office. It is not unreasonable to expect a treatment to take 12 months or more, depending on your situation. The following procedures can be taken according to your needs:
- Cleaning of prophylactic teeth and periodontal care
- Elongation of crown to expose healthy and healthy tooth structure for possible crowns or bridges
- Orthognathic surgery to reposition the jaw.
- Contouring the gum fabric to create balance and harmony in your smile.
- Preparation (reduction) of your natural dental structure so that crowns, bridges or veneers can be placed.
- Place temporary restorations so you can get used to your new teeth and the feel of your new mouth alignment or bite.
- Placement of permanent restorations, such as crowns, veneers, inlays / onlays or bridges, ceramic, ceramic supported by metal or a combination of both.
- Orthodontics (braces) to move your teeth into the optimal position for reconstruction.
- Place and restore the implant to replace missing teeth and/or anchor bridge restorations.
- Grafting of bone or bone tissue to improve the stability of your proposed implants teeth and/or other restorations.