We all fear a trip to the dentist’s office and even more so if it mean s Dental Surgery.
It can be scary even if it is just for a common regular cleaning or wisdom tooth extraction.
For your chipped, damaged or infected teeth the procedure can be more daunting and nervous.
Below there is a list of common surgical procedures, alongside a brief, informational description of each.
Crowns and Caps
Crowns are restorations placed on broken or cracked or teeth in order to prevent further damage and protect the tooth.
You will get a Crown when your damaged tooth is the only issue.
Your surrounding teeth are intact and pain free.
Your first Cap will be the temporary one and it is not going to be attached as well nor be as strong as a permanent Cap.
The removal of a tooth which is severely damaged or infected, including permanent teeth.
Dentures are prosthetic replacements for lost or removed teeth. They come in two varieties, full or partial.
Fillings and Repairs
Teeth that have been damaged due to cavities or trauma are corrected .
The Dentist uses either composite (plastic), amalgam (silver), porcelain or gold fillings.