Conservative Dental Treatment


Conservative dental treatment refers to treatments that preserve the natural structure of the tooth. It includes repairing decayed, broken, worn, or damaged teeth. Conservative dental treatment is usually the first choice of dentists and includes treatments that do not require tooth extraction and preserve the tooth’s natural function and appearance. These treatments may include:

  • Fillings: Treatment involves cleaning out decay and applying filling material to the tooth. Traditionally, amalgam (silver-colored) or composite (tooth-colored) fillings are used.
  • Root Canal Treatment: The process of removing the pulp tissue inside the tooth, cleaning, shaping, and filling the root canals. It prevents tooth extraction and preserves the tooth.
  • Dental Crowns: These are placed over damaged or weakened teeth. They preserve the natural structure of the tooth while providing a strong appearance and function.
  • Bridges: Artificial teeth that fill the gap left by a missing tooth, supported by adjacent teeth.
  • Gum Treatments: Methods used to treat gum diseases. Gum diseases are important as they can lead to tooth loss.

Conservative dental treatment ensures that teeth remain healthy for as long as possible. Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene practices are important for these treatments to be effective.

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