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The study and treatment of diseases of the oral cavity and the teeth (the art of repairing damaged teeth using fillings, inlays/onlays or root canal therapy) is known as restorative dentistry. Teeth may be restored to their original structure by the use of direct and indirect restorative materials. When talking about restorative dentistry one must not forget about the importance of the preservation of soft tissue (gum) around the teeth, and the bone supporting the teeth. The following specific treatments are applied in restorative dentistry:

Fillings

Composite resin dental fillings were created as an alternative to traditional amalgam dental fillings. Tooth fillings coloured to look like a natural tooth are known as Composite Dental Fillings, and are made of a plastic dental material. Composite Dental Fillings are strong, durable, and result in a very natural looking smile.
Our dentists are specialised in providing gentle, experienced dental care to patients coming to us from all over the world.

Inlays/Onlays

As a result of a deep cavity or a broken structure, damaged teeth may require more structural reinforcement than a composite filling can provide. In such cases, porcelain dental inlays and onlays are recommended. Inlays and onlays are applied in order to replace decayed tooth material and to protect the teeth from further damage. Unlike fillings, dental inlays and onlays are crafted from full porcelain to match the dimensions of the damaged area so that they rebuild the damaged tooth material and restore normal chewing ability. Dental inlays and onlays are also generally more durable than fillings, and are custom-designed and made by the laboratory. As a result, dental inlays or onlays will match your smile perfectly and provide a healthy, natural-looking appearance along with restored tooth functionality. Inlays and onlays may also be made from composite materials and sometimes gold.

It really is a spectacular transformation when an extensively damaged tooth is repaired with a porcelain inlay or onlay. After the fitting, the result is a perfectly normal and healthy tooth.

Root canal treatment

This treatment is also called endodontic therapy and is a cure for teeth with diseased pulp which can lead to their loss. During the procedure the tooth’s infected or damaged pulp is removed and the internal areas are filled and sealed. The pulp of the tooth is just under the crown and contains nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue. It extends from the crown of the tooth to the tip of the root in the jawbone.
The purpose of root canal treatment is to save teeth that would otherwise need to be extracted. Broken or cracked tooth or deep cavities are the most frequent causes of pulp infection. These problems can let bacteria get into the pulp causing infection inside the tooth. Treatment is essential otherwise pus may build up at the root tip in the jawbone which leads to an abscess. If left untreated this can cause damage to the bone around the teeth.

Gum disease

Surgical and non-surgical therapy can help diseased or receding gums to make your smile look better and/or prevent tooth loss.
Inflamed, bleeding gums and bad breath, and mobile or loose teeth indicate gum problems.
The possible symptoms of gum disease are the swollen gums, haemophilia or bad breath.
What causes these problems is poor oral hygiene, plaque, tartar, or mechanical irritation (inaccurate filling or crown edge etc.).
The required treatment is proper teeth cleaning, the removal of plaque and other irritating factors, and ensuring that fillings and crowns are properly adjusted.

Periodontal problems

Long-standing gingivitis can cause destruction of the bone holding the tooth in place.
Among the symptoms are loose and migrating teeth, bad breath or bleeding gum.
The reason behind these problems is that the persistent gingivitis destroys the area where teeth and gum connect, allowing bacteria to enter at the bottom of the tooth and destroy the bone. Genetics, inherited factors and certain immune disorders may have a significant role in the development of periodontal problems.
During the treatment the gum under the root is cleaned meticulously and irritating elements are removed (this is not the same procedure as the routine plaque removal). In more severe cases gum correction and targeted anti-biotic therapy may be required.