RESTORATION OF TEETH WITH COMPOSITE
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Composite restoration in dentistry is the restoration of the anatomical health of the teeth, in which various fillings / composites / are used.

Many patients believe that the use of composites is a new technology. In fact, composite materials have been used in dentistry since the middle of the last century. However, at that time they had a lot of shortcomings - they were not strong enough, differed in poor adhesion, and were toxic. Modern dentists use new, better quality, stronger and completely safe materials. This allows you to achieve the desired effect.
Types of composite restorations
Composite fillings
Photopolymer, acrylic and epoxy fillings fall into this category. Each of the subspecies has its own advantages, however, photopolymer fillings are considered the most versatile and reliable.
Composite tabs
They are used for significant damage to the tooth or dentition. Composite tabs have a good value for money, so they are often offered in clinics.
Composite veneers
Onlays on teeth that restore aesthetics and hide damage
Indications for composite restoration
1
Tooth decay from tooth decay or trauma
2
Yellowing or darkening of the enamel that cannot be removed by cleaning and bleaching.
Advantages and disadvantages of composite restoration
Pluses
    • You can put a composite restoration in less than an hour, you do not need to take casts and wait for the prosthesis.
    • The cost of a filling is lower than that of any prosthesis.
    • It is necessary to grind the tooth under the filling minimally, healthy tissues are almost not damaged, there is no need to remove the pulp.
    • Sometimes the restoration can be performed without anesthesia, so the procedure is also available to people who are allergic to anesthetics.
    • You can also put a composite restoration on a child —while prostheses are harmful to children's teeth and bite formation.

      Minuses:
      • Over time, the restoration loses its luster and darkens under the influence of food dyes. This is especially unpleasant on the front teeth. To maintain the aesthetics, you will have to change the seal every 2-3 years.
      • The composite is more brittle than living teeth or ceramics, it can easily break from a normal chewing load. Therefore, even if you are not concerned about aesthetics, the restoration is unlikely to last longer than five years.
      • In case of serious destruction of the tooth, you can not put a seal.
      • Even a freshly installed seal is inferior in aesthetics to solid ceramics, sometimes it can be noticed.

        Dental care after the procedure
        1
        If possible, exclude nuts, lollipops, crackers from the diet to prevent the appearance of cracks, chips, cracks on the restored surface.
        2
        Clean with a soft-bristled brush.
        3
        Use special mouthwashes after each meal.
        4
        Do not forget to clean the interdental spaces with a special thread.
        5
        The first days after the additional rinse your mouth with a decoction of oak or pine buds to prevent inflammation.
        6
        Temporarily abandon products containing aggressive acids.
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