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Composite Filling

Composite filling

Composite fillers are applied in a single session.

If the decay is not very large, there is no need for local anesthesia, but if the decay is large and deep, the tooth treated with local anesthesia is anesthetized.

Composite filling materials are substances that match the color of the teeth. This means that your tooth structure maintains its aesthetic appearance.

Composite filler will eventually shrink. This leads to a violation of the harmony of the tooth and the composite filling material, the formation of gaps between the tooth and the filling material, and the formation of new caries due to leakage in these gaps. Tooth decay can cause tooth rupture.

As a result of all this, it is also necessary to replace the composite Filling. Due to this shrinkage, your doctor will look at the condition of the existing composite fillings and inform you about regular check-ups at our dental specialist clinic.

During the construction of the composite filling material, chemical treatments are applied to the tooth, which may cause sensitivity problems for a certain period of time after the procedure. This problem, which lasts for a few days or weeks, decreases and disappears over time. If the sensitivity problem does not improve, decrease, or even increase over time, treatment of the canals to the tooth may be necessary.