The main aim of restorative dentistry is to save
an affected tooth. Restorative dentistry is the basic discipline of
dentistry, as its focus is the prevention and treatment of dental
caries and its consequences, i.e. inflammation of the dental pulp,
inflammation of the periodontium and the periosteum and dental focal
infections. Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that deals
with the repairing of defects in teeth, such as with fillings or by
performing root canals.
primary aim of restorative dentistry is to save an affected tooth.
For cases of minor damage that do not affect the nerves of the tooth,
these defects can be resolved with a filling. The type of filling
itself, whether white or amalgam, is determined individually
according to the assessment of all current circumstances and the
wishes of the patient. If the tooth has more serious damage,
treatment of the root canals – endodontics – is done.
decay is one of the most widespread infectious diseases, affecting
nearly the entire population and doing so from an early age. One of
the main reasons is our diet, which contains large amounts of sugars,
which create the right conditions in the oral cavity for the
proliferation of microorganisms.
tooth decay, the hard dental tissues are damaged, meaning their
disruption, disintegration and loss occur. Three factors have to be
present for the development of dental caries:
Sensitive tooth surface
Cariogenic food (sugars)
restorative dentistry the period of treatment depends on the range of
the work to be done.
it is intended for/period of repeating
dentistry is intended for all patients who have certain tooth