Modern dentistry is increasingly focusing on the protection and restoration of decayed or damaged teeth and tooth extraction remains the last solution if all treatment options have failed, thus preserving the natural tooth as much as possible and treating dental tissue (enamel and dentin). The oral structure is exposed to acids, thermal changes and food debris which turn into bacteria and reside on the teeth.
Teeth are prone to the risks of decays, infections, cracks, fractures or tooth loss. Thanks to technological advances, restorative dentistry takes care of these dental problems and aims to restore the functional and aesthetic roles of the teeth as well as their shape.
Filling a decayed tooth is the most common treatment option that preserves the natural tooth and prevents the development of decays. The dentist begins by diagnosing decays and removing the bacteria-infected tissue from the cavity, then he or she replenishes the missing dental tissue with the appropriate equipment. This discipline improves the smile by filling the unwanted spaces between the teeth and improving or correcting a bad bite. Part of dental restoration is preventing tooth loss and relieving dental pain. If the tooth is already lost, we consider replacing that missing tooth.
At Khelil’s Dental Center, we offer excellent, most effective and least invasive restorative treatments.