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    Painless Dental Filling with Expertise!

    Tooth filling is the most common dental intervention. This is necessary when a tooth has a shortage (abrasion, mechanical damage, caries/decay) causing the tooth to become sensitive and painful.

    When treated in a timely manner, later complications such as root canal treatment or tooth removal can be prevented. When a tooth is missing, enamel and dentin become free, which causes the sensitivity of the tooth. During filling, we remove the damaged tooth material, protect the nerve and seal the opened dentinal canals, thus eliminating the pain and restoring the tooth surface.

    There are several types of tooth filling procedures, we always use the most appropriate tooth-filling procedure for the particular problem.

    Aesthetic Filling Materials (Composite)

    Aesthetic filling material with the color of tooth is called composite resin filling material. These materials contain glass and porcelain (ceramic) particles, which gives the material greater aesthetic and abrasion resistance. The softened tooth parts full of carious bacteria are removed in no time. Thanks to the modern painkillers, you won’t feel anything during the process. After removing the damaged tissue, we insert the filling material which is malleable at that time, and its color is chosen individually so that it does not deviate from the color of your teeth. After the filler is placed properly, this soft filler is solidified by a LED lamp, and we can restore its form anatomically during this phase. Then we set the height of bite so the filled tooth will not only be aesthetic, but comfortable and well usable.

    Inlay Tooth Filling

    INLAY or bonded filling is typically used when there are only relatively little own tooth material. In this case, it does not hold the filling, it drops out. INLAY practically means an individually produced tooth insert made of porcelain in our own dental laboratory. This form-designed insert fits perfectly to the desired position and is attached to the tooth. INLAY prostheses are always adapted to the tooth color. It is durable, does not break, wear out or stain.

    Onlay Tooth Filling

    Onlay filling is used when the INLAY filling is insufficient due to the damage to the tooth. ONLAY insert is also custom-made for color and shape, but unlike INLAY, it can cover the entire occlusal (chewing) area.

    Aesthetic Composite Shell

    The aesthetic composite shell or restoration is used mostly for the visible frontal teeth (incisor teeth and canines), but depending on the patient, it is adapted to the smile line. It can be used in all cases where crown prosthesis is not justified. Its advantage is that less healthy tooth material needs to be removed than for crowns. Such a case may be caries, break-off of a piece of the tooth, too large spaces between the teeth, disadvantageous shape of the tooth. As a first step of the composite shell restoration, the deteriorated (old) tooth fillings, decayed parts are removed, and the filler is applied to the tooth in layers. Each applied layer is stained the same color as of the particular layer of the tooth and is illuminated by LED light layer by layer that causes the filler to bind. This way we can tint the dentine part of the tooth to the color of dentine, and the enamel part to the color of the enamel. Thanks to this procedure, the tooth filling becomes unnoticeable.

    Shell ceramics

    The shell ceramic is very similar to the aesthetic composite shell, we also use it in the front region, with the difference that this procedure is carried out in our own dental laboratory. As the name suggests, it is made of ceramic/porcelain, which makes it durable, non-discoloring, aesthetic and covers the entire tooth surface.

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