Teeth Filling in Lohegaon

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    Lifeberries Health+ has been providing quality dental treatments for over 15 years with exceptional success rates, making it the best dental clinic in Pune.

    Spearheaded by our chief dentist and endodontist, Dr. Surbhi Bhatia L, we provide all types of dental services and quality care under one roof. If you want to undergo teeth-filling treatment in Lohegaon, you can get in touch with us now!

    We offer painless dental fillings to restore teeth damaged due to cavities and prevent the need for invasive dental treatments in the future.

    What Is Teeth Filling?

    Teeth filling, also known as dental filling, is a type of dental procedure involving the restoration of missing tooth structure due to decay or trauma.

    A tooth decay or tooth cavity can create a hole in the tooth surface and make it hollow. A filling will involve the removal of this decay and restoration of the hole to prevent further decay. A tooth filling can also help repair a cracked or broken tooth.

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    Types of Dental Fillings

    There any types of dental fillings that fall into one of the two categories, direct and indirect fillings.

    1. Direct fillings: The dentist creates and places direct fillings directly in the patient’s mouth without the need for a temporary restoration or a dental laboratory. 

    The different types of direct fillings are:

    • Amalgam filling: It is silver in color and is made up of mercury, silver, zinc, tin, and copper.
    • Glass ionomer cement: It is a tooth-colored filling made of silica glass powder.
    • Composite filling: This is the most popular type of tooth-colored filling used today and is made of a resin base with powdered quartz, glass, or silica.

    2. Indirect fillings: Inlays and onlays are the most common types of indirect fillings. 

    The procedure involves the removal of dental decay and tooth preparation by the dentist, followed by taking a dental impression of the prepared tooth in the first dental sitting. This impression is sent to a dental laboratory, where a customized dental filling is prepared for the patient, which is placed by the dentist during the second dental visit.

    The different materials used for an indirect filling are:

    • Gold filling: It is gold in color and is made of gold mixed with silver, copper, tin, or palladium.
    • Ceramic or porcelain filling: This is a tooth-colored filling made from a mixture of quartz, feldspar, and kaolin metals.

    Who is a Good Candidate for Dental Fillings?

    Anyone who has a dental cavity or a chipped-off tooth that can be repaired using a minor restoration is considered to be a good candidate for a dental filling.

    You could require a tooth filling if you have one or more of the following symptoms:

    • A hole in your tooth
    • Cor broken hipped-off tooth
    • Dark-colored or white stain on your tooth
    • Dark brown or black-colored spots on your tooth surface
    • Tooth sensitivity on eating hot or cold food items
    • Pain on chewing or biting
    • Frequently stuck food in one or more tooth surfaces or between two teeth

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    Preparation For Teeth Filling Treatment

    There is no specific preparation that will be needed before undergoing teeth filling treatment. Here are a few things you need to keep in mind before you undergo the procedure:

    • Schedule a consultation appointment with your dentist if you notice a cavity on your tooth surface or have symptoms that could indicate tooth decay. Alternatively, minor tooth decay can be detected by the dentist during your routine dental checkup or cleaning appointment.
    • Your dentist will examine your oral health and take necessary dental X-rays to check for cavities and chipped-off teeth that may need dental fillings. You can then schedule an appointment to undergo teeth filling treatment.
    • You can safely take all your regular medications before and on the day of your teeth filling appointment.
    • There are no restrictions on your eating or drinking before undergoing the procedure.
    • On the day of your treatment brush and floss your teeth like you regularly do.
    • Discuss with your dentist about any dental fears that you may have. Dental fillings are painless and your dentist will help you put your anxiety at ease.
    • Discuss the types of dental fillings available and the filling you will be undergoing based on your oral health condition, budget, and preferences.

    The Procedure of Teeth Filling

    The exact steps for dental filling will vary depending on the type of material used and the type of filling being done. The general steps involved in a teeth filling procedure are:

    • The dentist will first numb the tooth using local anesthesia.
    • The decayed or damaged tissue is removed from the tooth using specialized dental instruments.
    • The hole formed in the tooth surface is then filled using a dental filling material.
    • In the case of a composite filling, a dental curing light will be used to harden the material.
    • The dentist will then polish and smoothen any rough edges of the filling material.
    • Your bite will be checked and the filling may be adjusted by the dentist to make sure the bite feels normal.

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    Benefits of Teeth Filling

    Dental fillings have the following advantages:

    • Helps treat existing tooth decay
    • Prevents further tooth damage
    • Strengthens weakened tooth structure
    • Restores chewing function
    • Improved the teeth’s appearance
    • Usually long-lasting (10 to 20 years)

    Cost of Teeth Filling in Lohegaon

    Teeth filling cost in Lohegaon will vary depending on many factors. On average the cost of a dental filling varies from INR 450 to INR 2450, depending on the following different factors:

    • Type of dental filling done
    • Quality and type of dental material used
    • Severity and location of tooth decay
    • Skills of the dentist
    • Location of the dental clinic

    Why Choose Lifeberries Health+ Dental Clinic for Dental Filling in Lohegaon?

    If you are searching for a good dental clinic for undergoing dental filling in Lohegaon, your search ends at Lifeberries Health+ Dental Clinic in Lohegaon. You should opt for our clinic due to the following facilities that we offer:

    • Experienced dentists
    • Use of advanced dental technology and equipment
    • Best quality of dental material and products used
    • Personalized plan of treatment
    • Long-term treatment results
    • High rate of success
    • Affordable dental treatments

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    You may need a dental filling if you have a visible hole in your tooth, pain on chewing or eating, sensitivity to hot or cold food items, tooth discoloration, or visible brown or black spots on the tooth surface.

    Most dental fillings are designed to last anywhere between 5 to 20 years depending on the type of filling material used, the location of the tooth, the size of the dental filling, and how well the patient takes care of his or her oral health.

    Dental fillings have to deal with the biting forces created when chewing food, which could lead to their wear and tear over time.

    No, most dental fillings lead to little or no pain during the treatment procedure. The dentist will usually perform the procedure after numbing the tooth being treated using local anesthesia, so you will feel no pain during the procedure.

    You can take care of your teeth with a dental filling using the following simple tips:

    • Brush your teeth twice a day
    • Floss your teeth daily
    • Limit the consumption of sugary or sticky food items
    • Avoid smoking
    • Use an antibacterial, alcohol-free mouthwash recommended by the dentist
    • Avoid acidic drinks like sodas and juices
    • Avoid biting on hard food items or chewing ice
    • Visit your dentist at least once every six months for a dental check-up and cleaning

    If your dental filling has become old and has started showing signs of wear and tear, you should get it replaced immediately before it cracks.

    Some individuals may experience tooth sensitivity after a dental filling. This usually occurs due to the aggravation or inflammation of the nerve inside the tooth. As the nerve heals, this sensitivity usually subsides.

    Other causes of teeth sensitivity may include allergic reaction to the dental filling material used (mostly amalgam), or an incorrect bite alignment.

    If I don’t get a dental filling done early, the cavity can progress further leading to extensive decay and a need to undergo expensive and complex dental procedures like root canal treatment or dental extraction in the future.

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