Dental Restorations in Rajnandgaon

Tooth decay (cavities) is one of the most common oral diseases in adults and children. Although not all cavity symptoms are obvious, decay is a bacterial infection that can spread into adjacent teeth or cause abscesses. The key is to intercept it early, remove the decay, and fill the hole or gap that’s left behind. By sealing off the opening with a minimally invasive white filling, you can keep your smile healthy for years to come.

Choosing the Best Dental Restoration

The goal of basic restorative dental care is to a) repair the area of damage caused by decay and b) allow the tooth to function normally. By intercepting cavities with a small composite filling, we can stop the spread of decay into adjacent teeth or the tooth’s delicate nerve tissue.

If your decay is caught early enough, we may be able to provide treatment as simple as a drill-free filling.

Combining Durability with Aesthetics

Our composite dental fillings in Rajnandgaon rebuild weak points, tooth cavities, or a small gap in teeth without detracting from your smile. The durable material is unique in that it strengthens your tooth while also blending in with the surrounding enamel. Ultimately, you’ll be able to eat whatever you want and smile with confidence, knowing that your smile is durable enough to get you through a typical day.

We use a special shade guide to match the composite filling to your unique tooth enamel. Since it comes in a variety of colors and hues, we’ll select the one that’s most natural looking for your tooth anatomy.

Symptoms of Tooth Decay

Not all cavities are painful. Other warning signs of tooth decay include:

  • Discoloration
  • Food catching in teeth
  • Floss shredding in certain areas
  • Sweet sensitivity
  • Something feeling “off” when you chew

To determine if you have a cavity and the extent of the decay, we’ll take an X-ray of the tooth to assess how much damage there is. If the cavity is restricted to your enamel and the layer of tooth immediately underneath it, a dental filling will be the preferred method of treatment. However, extensive or deep decay may require a root canal and/or crown.

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