Aesthetic Fillings

What is Aesthetic Dental Fillings?
Bacteria in the mouth can form acid from the mouth residue of sugary and floury foods. These acids dissolve the mineral texture of the teeth, causing the disruption of the tooth mine and eventually leading to tooth decay.
A rotten tooth is often easily recognized by its dark color space. But occasionally the bruise remains hidden and the dentist can only make a diagnosis with the help of diagnostic tools (such as dental x-ray). The most important symptom that should be referred to the dentist in tooth decay is pain. Pain can be cold, hot, sweet or sour. The severity of the pain varies from person to person, and the pain also begins when the agent is removed: However, in untreated bruises, aches start to develop after a while.
Filling is a method of imparting normal function and appearance to a tooth that has been damaged by caries. When your dentist is making fillings, first remove the rotten tooth tissue, clean the affected area, and fill the gap with the filling material. It tries to prevent the progress of rot by closing the gaps that the bacteria can enter.
Composite Filling
They are the aesthetic fillings that are the same color as the teeth and are hardened with special lights. They are applied on the tooth with special adhesives. It is an aesthetic and economical treatment option. There are separate types for the front region and the rear region. Therefore, they can be easily applied to all teeth in the mouth.
How Dentist make a composite filings?

Because of their durability, these fillings can be applied to both the front and back teeth. When the bruises are cleaned and the beam filling is done to reduce the loss of material, the biotite is applied to increase the bonded surface.After the tooth is prepared, bonding is performed to bond the tooth and the composite filler. This is done by giving a beam for the hardening. Then, composite filler is put into thin layers and hardened with light. This is repeated until the bruise is filled. Height is checked and polished. These processes take longer than amalgam fillings.

What is porcelain filling?

These types of fillings are  developed to complement the missing parts of amalgam and composites based radial fillings. Shrinkage may occur in composite filling during hardening. Porcelain Fillings are prepared in the dental laboratory. 

When is aesthetic fillings applied?
  • To repair broken and rotten teeth
  • To treat permanent color defects in the teeth
  • To close the gaps between the teeth
  • To extend the length of the teeth
  • To change the shape of the teeth and make the smile design of the person
How long is the lifespan of aesthetic fillings?

Aesthetic fillings have no damage to teeth and gums. You can use them like your own teeth. Care must be done as carefully as your own teeth. Dental brushing and use of dental floss should not be neglected. They can serve you for 5-10 years as long as they are used correctly.Thanks to the polishing done to prevent stains, their appearance is perfect and their surfaces are smooth. Natural appearance and appliance to all agesis a great advantage. They help to protect the dental tissue because they are applied with minimal abrasion on the teeth. So they can be used with confidence.