Dentists Fix Cavities: A Closer Look at the Process
For many people, the thought of having a cavity filled can be a bit daunting. However, thanks to advancements in dental technology and techniques, the process of fixing cavities is now easier and more comfortable than ever.
When a dentist identifies a cavity during a routine check-up, they will typically start by numbing the area around the tooth using a local anesthetic. Once the area is numb, the dentist will use a dental drill to remove the decayed portion of the tooth. After the decay has been removed, the dentist will fill the cavity with a dental filling material, such as composite resin or amalgam. The filling is then shaped to fit the tooth and ensure a comfortable bite.
In some cases, for larger cavities or those that extend into the tooth’s pulp, a root canal may be necessary to remove the infected tissue and seal the tooth. However, with proper oral hygiene and regular dental visits, the need for extensive cavity treatment can be minimized. Overall, the process of fixing cavities is relatively straightforward and can help to preserve the health and function of the affected tooth.
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