Dental restorations such as dental crowns, inlays, and onlays are made of durable materials carefully installed to ensure maximum performance.
These dental appliances effectively participate in your teeth’s day-to-day functions including chewing, biting, and other similar actions. Your life is with them features improved oral health and boosted confidence.
Unfortunately, despite their sturdy nature, dental restorations do not last forever. A number of factors can cause them damage, leaving you in inconvenience and sometimes pain.
That’s why we at Caringbah Dental Care consider losing them to be a dental emergency. Anything that causes you inconvenience and pain should be handled with accuracy and urgency.
A same-day emergency appointment is available.
No dental restorations last forever, they all have a breaking point. Years of use can cause strain on your dental restoration, leading to their deterioration and damage.
Your dental restorations also need care despite their durability. They should only be used properly, meaning refrain from using them as tools beyond what they are intended for.
Preventing further damage from tooth decay is one of the most common reasons for getting a dental restoration. Hence upon their placement, all decayed parts are removed and you are advised to practice good oral hygiene. Failure to do so allows the development of secondary cavities weakening your tooth until it cannot support the restoration.
For a dental restoration to maximise its use, choosing the right dentist to do the job is very important. Poor dental work springs from an unskilled and incompetent dentist.
In case of a lost or damaged dental restoration, here’s what you can do:
In case of a dental emergency, call and visit your trusted Caringbah Dental Care team. We have a same-day emergency appointment to relieve you of your pain as soon as possible.
Call (02) 9524 7047 or visit us at Shop 3 10-20 MacKay Street in Caringbah.
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