Dental fillings at Dentofaces in Dubai can help to repair teeth that have been damaged by decay, trauma, or wear and tear, improving the overall health of your mouth. In addition to restoring the function and appearance of your teeth, dental fillings can also protect your teeth from further damage and last for many years with proper care. Whether you are experiencing tooth pain or sensitivity, visible damage or decay on the tooth, or difficulty eating or speaking, dental fillings may be the solution you need. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care and will work with you to determine the best dental filling option to suit your individual needs and goals. Don't hesitate to schedule a consultation with us today and experience the many benefits of dental fillings for yourself
Our Most frequently asked questions.
With proper care, dental fillings can last for many years. However, the lifespan of a dental filling may vary based on the type of filling material used, the location of the filling, and the oral hygiene habits of the patient. Your dentist or dental professional can provide more information about the expected lifespan of your specific dental filling.
There are several different types of materials that can be used for dental fillings, including composite resin, amalgam, and porcelain. Each type of material has its own unique characteristics and benefits, and your dentist or dental professional can help you determine the best option for your specific needs and goals.
Dental fillings are generally not painful, although you may experience some mild discomfort or sensitivity during and after the procedure. If you have any concerns about pain or discomfort, be sure to discuss them with your dentist or dental professional before the procedure.
You may experience some sensitivity or discomfort when eating or drinking immediately after getting a dental filling, but this should resolve within a few days. It is generally recommended to avoid eating or drinking hot or cold foods or beverages until the anesthesia has worn off and to avoid biting down on hard or crunchy foods for the first 24 hours. Your dentist or dental professional can provide more specific instructions for caring for your dental filling after the procedure.