Fillings are often used to restore teeth that have been eroded away due to overuse, such as those that have been chipped or fractured. Gold, amalgamation, mercury, porcelain, and composite resin are among the materials that can be used to fill teeth.
Dental crowns are a common treatment option for individuals who have teeth that are cracked, fractured, or worn down. A crown often referred to as a ‘cap,’ is a dental restoration that protects the tooth from future problems.
A dental bridge can be used to replace lost teeth. You may be stuck with a succession of unattractive gaps when you have broken any teeth as a consequence of an injury or sickness.
A bridge serves as an anchor for restorative dentistry, and it is made of a fake tooth called a pontic that lies between two dental crowns. These crowns are placed over the tooth structure on each side of a gap, securing the fake tooth in place and ensuring a natural shape.
Root canal therapy:
When the membrane or “pulp” within a tooth gets infected, this treatment is performed. A regular or general dentist can conduct this treatment.
This is essentially a pair of dentures. Dentures can assist if you have a lot of teeth broken as a consequence of an illness or accident. They are replaceable artificial teeth that resemble real teeth in appearance and function.
Cleaning of the teeth:
This might be in the shape of a ‘scale and polish’ or flossing and brushing tips.