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Though tooth decay incidents have reduced over the years due to use of fluoride toothpastes, improved dental health and increased care awareness, people are still susceptible to teeth infections, decay and breakages that require restoration. Fortunately, modern technology has introduced different options for restoring teeth back to their original function and shape.
Reasons for restorative dentistry
- Fill in unattractive gaps between teeth
- Prevent teeth loss
- Enhance the smile
- Correct and improve improper bites
- Relieve dental pain
- Repair decayed or damaged teeth
- Replace old and unappealing restorations
- Replace a missing tooth
- Restore normal eating and chewing
Fillings: are recommended when restoring cavities or fractured teeth.
Dentures and partial dentures: standard dentures are removable dental appliances that replace missing teeth and their surrounding tissue. They are designed to resemble natural teeth and enhance the smile.
Root canal therapy: root canal therapy is conducted when the nerves of a tooth are affected by infection or tooth decay.