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Decay Treatment

Tooth decay is damage that occurs to your teeth, which might cause cavities, dental abscesses, or even tooth loss. It’s caused by the activity of certain species of bacteria that can live in dental plaque.

Based on the stages of decay, treatment can involve fluoride for the early stages of decay. For developed decay, fillings, crowning with or without root canal treatment, and tooth removal in the worst-case scenario. 

Earliest stage of tooth decay

Dark Spots

The earliest stage of tooth decay, permanent damage can be prevented from this stage

Treatment

Fluoride treatment, regular check up

Dentin level decay Illustration

Dentin Decay

Dentin is the bony item underneath the enamel, and it has many microscopic tubes that lead to the nerve of the tooth. Once a cavity has reached the dentin, a patient will likely feel some dental pain. 

Treatment

Filling, Inlay

Pulp infection illustration

Pulp Infection

The dental pulp is the innermost portion of the tooth that houses blood vessels and the tooth’s central nerve. When the pulp becomes infected, a patient will probably experience severe dental pain.

Treatment

Root Canal, Crown, Filiing

Filling

Filling

Filling involves removing the decayed area and applying filling material to patch the tooth up. 

Decay of teech

Teeth Decay

Removal of decay

Removal of Decay

Filling applied

Filling Applied

Treatment Details

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Filling 30-60 mins

Duration

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1 Visit

Required

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Local Anesthetic

Required

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Regular Visits

Regular Visits required for the maintenance

Inlay

Inlays / Onlays are recommended for more heavily damaged teeth. Ceramic or metal are available for the inlay material, we build it based on impression/mold taken of the cleaned and prepared tooth. 

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Inlay30-60 mins

Duration

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2 Visits

Required

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Local Anesthetic

Required

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Regular Visits

Regular Visits required for the maintenance

Root Canal

Root Canal

Root canal treatment becomes necessary when the pulp/nerve of a tooth becomes infected due to seepage caused by caries, cracks, or fractures in the tooth structure. This procedure aims to decontaminate the pulp space by removing the infected source. Following the completion of treatment, crowning becomes essential to safeguard the tooth from further decay and bacterial seepage. With innovative solutions like Biodentine, dental professionals can ensure effective treatment and restoration, preserving the health and integrity of the tooth.

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RCT 45-90 mins

Duration

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2 Visits

Required

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Local Anesthetic

Required

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Regular Visits

Regular Visits required for the maintenance

Crown

Crown

A crown may become necessary when a large cavity necessitates the removal of a significant portion of the tooth. Typically, a crown is securely bonded to the tooth using dental cement. With advancements in dental technology, such as intraoral scanners, preparing the crown impression has become more precise and efficient. A crown, also referred to as a dental cap, serves as a comprehensive dental restoration that fully encircles or caps the tooth or dental implant.

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Crow30-60 mins

Duration

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2 Visits

Required

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Local Anesthetic

Required

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Regular Visits

Regular Visits required for the maintenance

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