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The main aim of restorative dentistry is to first preserve the remaining sound tooth tissue and then to restore the tooth to its former anatomical shape.
Throughout the restorative process regardless of whether we are doing direct restorations or indirect restorations we always aim to conserve as much tooth tissue as we can and to protect the remaining tooth.
These restorations take advantage of special bonding agents that adhere the fillings to the tooth. This creates a seal and creates a single unit of a tooth and filling restoring the tooth to aesthetics and function.
Successful Treatments are dependent upon:
- Correct diagnosis and treatment planning. This is the fundamental starting point that makes sure the correct type of treatment is chosen in the first place.
- Clinical Skill of the dentist. Our highly trained and qualified clinicians have much experience in carrying out these treatments to the highest standards. It is also important to have highly skilled and trained laboratory technicians and ceramists.
- Use of quality of materials. It is important that high-quality materials are used to ensure the most successful outcome.
- Use of superior techniques with advanced technologies. It is important to remain current and use the latest techniques that have been clinically researched to product the best treatments.