Options for Tooth Restoration Panama

Tooth Restoration Panama

If you’ve been living with the embarrassment of noticeable dental problems, you’re not alone. Many people suffer with cosmetic and structural tooth damage. Clínica Dental Champsaur have a range of Tooth Restoration Panama to correct tooth decay, chipped or fractured teeth, mal-alignment, tooth stains resistant to treatment and other dental damage.

When the damage is extensive, decay may have reached the roots of the teeth resulting in large areas of unsupported tooth structure. In this case, you may be a good candidate for an indirect tooth restoration. While smaller, confined areas of damage can be corrected with direct restoration.

Direct Tooth Restoration

A direct tooth restoration can be completed in just one office visit. It’s a process whereby small amounts of damaged tooth structure are replaced with composite resins. Direct restorations are successfully performed frequently by Clínica Dental Champsaur to fill cavities and correct other localized problems.

Indirect Tooth Restoration

An indirect tooth restoration is indicated when there isn’t enough supportive tooth structure to properly restore the tooth. In this case, Clínica Dental Champsaur.will carefully plan out the materials and methods required to correct the situation. A crown or onlay restoration is then manufactured in a laboratory and placed at a subsequent appointment.

Options for Restoring Your Teeth in Panama

Dental Fillings

Dental cavities are caused by bacteria, acidic and high sugar diet, poor oral hygiene and an individual’s own susceptibility to tooth decay. If left untreated, decay will spread and cause structural problems that require more complex procedures. Composite resin fillings for cavities can be done at Clínica Dental Champsaur typically in one visit. Ceramic and porcelain fillings are more durable and longer lasting than composite resin and require two appointments to be created and placed.

Dental Crowns

A crown is an indirect tooth restoration that completely covers an unstable tooth (i.e. one that is too damaged for a filling to properly correct). It gives the tooth back its healthy color and function. Some crowns can be made of a metal substructure covered with a porcelain coating, while others are fully ceramic. Clínica Dental Champsaur. Will help you determine the best material for your condition.

Dental Bridges

A bridge is simply the term for when one or more crowns are splinted together to cover and replace multiple damaged teeth. Bridges can help restore your smile and proper chewing function.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is designed to replace a tooth too damaged to be saved. An implant is used to replace the entire structure of the tooth, including the root. The technique utilizes a titanium fixture surgically placed into your jawbone, which replicates the function of a tooth’s root. Once the jawbone and the fixture are fused together, a replacement tooth is attached. Dental implants have little to no impact on adjacent teeth, and they are vital in preventing jawbone erosion and impaired chewing that can lead to poor nutrition.

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