Filling diagnosis, diagnosis and treatment methods and applications
Filling Treatment Conservative Dental Treatment
The tooth decay is cleaned and the resulting cavity is filled with an artificial filling material. Tooth rot is nowadays defined as a disease that occurs in dental tissues due to more than one cause.
Factors of tooth decay
- Bacterial plaque
- Carbohydrate foods (sugar, flour, etc.)
- Intrinsic factors (tooth structure, composition of spit etc.)
- Time (Time of food in the mouth)
Bacteria formed by bacteria in the mouth can form acid from residues in the mouth of sugary and floury foods. These acids dissolve the mineral texture of the tooth and break down the mineral of the tooth and cause cavities on the tooth called cavities.
Diagnosis and Diagnosis Methods
Dental caries can occur at the chewing surface of the teeth, at the interfacing interfaces of the teeth or at the neck regions of the teeth. It is easy to detect the brownness or cavities formed on visible surfaces. However, x-ray diagnosis is also necessary for bruises that do not have this indication.
The decay that begins in the tooth enamel moves to the dentin tissue when it is not cured. Dentin is a more easily dissoluble structure than miney, and for this reason the caries progresses quickly. A rotten tooth that has reached the dentine tissue may have hot, cold, sour, sweet sensation resulting from a factor in the patient. This pain will pass when the factor is removed.
If the pain is persistent, the rotten tooth advances to the pulp layer where the vascular-nerve pack is collected and duct treatment is required.
It is a plastic mixture containing silicon dioxide particles. It is noticed by dicing with various color options and is also called aesthetic-white filler. The material used only in the front teeth for a period has been reinforced by various methods and made suitable for the back teeth. Using a special bonding agent, the filling material placed on the tooth is hardened with the light device and the polishing is performed in the same session.
The braided measure prepared in porcelain fillings is taken and sent to the laboratory. When the patient comes to the next session, the polished porcelain filler is glued to the cavity
Silver, tin and copper alloy is mixed with 45-50% of mercury. After filling the cavitated cavity with amalgam filling material, it is recommended not to use it for two hours and to chew hard for 24 hours. After 24 hours, the hardening filler is polished.