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Restorative Treatment

Dental Bleaching
Dental Veneers
Dental Crown and Bridge
Removable Partial Dentures
Complete Dentures
Periodontal Disease
Oral Surgery (Wisdom Tooth Extraction)
Dental Implants
Restorative Treatment
Root Canal Treatment
Preventive Dentistry
Types :
1. Direct restorations: [Chair Side]
  • Direct restorations are fillings placed immediately into a prepared cavity in a single visit. They include dental amalgam, glass ionomers, and light cured composite fillings.

2. Indirect Restorations: [Laboratory Aided]
  • Indirect restorations generally require two or more visits. They include inlays and onlays
  • An inlay is similar to a filling and lies inside the cusp tips of the tooth. They are custom-made to fit the prepared cavity and are then cemented into place.
  • An onlay is a more extensive reconstruction that covers one or more cusps of a tooth. Onlays are indicated in situations where a substantial reconstruction is required. However, more of the tooth structure can be conserved compared to the placement of a crown.
How is it done – Time & Procedure
  • 2-3 visits, 10 11 days
  • Oral Examination, X-Rays, Dental Impressions
  • Preparation of the tooth, Final Impression, Temporary Seal
  • Cementation
  • Post Cementation Check -up
  • Exposing the Implant
  • Fabrication of Final Restoration
  • Fitting the final restoration
  • Regular Recall
Plus Points :
  • Highly esthetic
  • Strong once bonded to tooth
  • Will not stain
  • Well suited for large cavities
  • Long lasting
Minus Points :
  • More costly than amalgam or composite
  • Can fracture
  • Takes more no. of visits



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