Minimally invasive dentistry with restorations of defects in the natural color of the teeth.
What is a seal?
We need a filling when the tooth has been damaged by germs and is damaged (that is, it has what we call caries). We can perceive it either by noticing something black on the tooth, which can also be a hole, or by having sensitivity and pain in something we drink or eat.
If we have caries it is important to make a seal to stop the germs from flowing to the pulp (the nerve of the tooth).
If germs enter the tooth nerve, the pain can become much greater, the infection will spread faster and treatment will be more time consuming as denervation will be needed.
Immediate aesthetic fillings in the color of the natural tooth
in anterior and posterior teeth
The treatment for caries that has not penetrated the pulp is sealing. Removing only the germs (minimally invasive dentistry), we fill the missing part of the tooth with white material that has the same shade as the rest of our teeth. Thus it can not be perceived by third parties, as the result is completely aesthetic.
Indirect aesthetic fillings in the color of the natural tooth
in posterior teeth
If the tooth is already denervated, its restoration may involve reconstruction with or without an endodontic shaft.