Tooth Colored Restorations Sugar Land TX

Tooth-colored restorations use strong chemically bonded material to be filled, and can matched to you tooth. Natural white-colored bonded fillings are stronger than a silver filling, depending on the area. Tooth restorations exchange repulsive silver dental amalgam. Today that is changing as more natural-looking dental fillings are durable, color-stable, have better material-handling qualities, and are beautifully similar to the natural tooth.

Tooth-colored restorations are normally bonded to remaining tooth shape, as similar to amalgam/silver restoration, which are locked into tooth cavity. The bondings of tooth cavity allows for the removal of less tooth structure and are more moderate than silver fillings.

Advantages of tooth-colored restorations:

  • Natural in Appearance
  • Completed in a single visit
  • No Filling Leaks
  • Less Change of tooth breaking

Most important feature, for many people is to look and feel more like natural teeth. Dentists are using more tooth filling materials (porcelains and composite resins) that both are considered as likely and safe. Each method has its own benefits and is best match for specific set of clear correct situation. There are three different methods to filling and repair teeth with restorative materials; Direct, Semi-Direct and Indirect.

  1. Direct filling needs small amounts of restorative materials being placed into cavities resulting from decay. Resin Applied in the layers that are instantly set with special heat, so the entire filling can be built up and repaired.
  2. Semi-Direct can also use Computer Assisted design or Computer Assisted Milling to create the inlays. With repairing the large area, the technologies are similar to direct fillings, where layers of resin are used. But this can be set outside of the mouth with removed restoration, once the filling has performed; it is then join to the tooth.
  3. Indirect filling are used when a very complex and large restoration is needed. Basically, if there is no enough healthy tooth is left to fill, the procedure of restoration is performed to replace most of the visible tooth, or to crown it.