What does the price of fillings depend on?
- Slight polymerization constriction, that occurs when the fillings hardens with light. If the shrinkage of the material is greater, a gap is obtained between the tooth and the filling, which stains over time, and later leads to the complete loss of the restoration.
- They have fluorescence, opalescence and chameleon effect – which achieve the fusion of the filling with the tooth structures and it becomes indistinguishable.
- Wear resistance – most light curing resins are less wear resistant than natural enamel. Especially for molars area we use wear-resistant materials.
Pulp treatment is necessary when the tooth is so deeply destroyed that microbes and their toxins reach the nerve (dental pulp). After analgesia, the mechanically
The doctor’s assessment of what fillings to put is crucial and it is always individual. In the front we make highly aesthetic restorations, in the
Inlays are fillings that are made in a laboratory and then placed in the patient’s mouth. They can be made of ceramics, light curing resin,
Teeth usually break when they already have fillings or larger caries, it happens extremely rarely to healthy teeth. To prevent this problem, pin constructions are
The higher class of light curing resins, which are respectively with higher price have some features:
Photopolymer seals become hard immediately under the influence of special light. Over the last decade, we have been restoring damaged teeth with such fillings.
After the completion of skeletal development, after the age of 18, implants can be placed. There is no upper age limit. Relative contraindications are some common diseases, such as – heart, cancer, etc., which require consultation with a specialist before implant treatment.