Restorative vs Preventive Dentistry - What You Need to Know

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It is highly recommended that you visit your dentist in Aiken SC for preventive dentistry treatments that can help protect your teeth and mouth from diseases that can cause damage that might require repair. https://www.aikendental.com/services__trashed/restorative-dentistry/

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Restorative vs Preventive Dentistry - What You Need to Know   Prevention is better than cure" may be a tired cliche but this doesnt stop it from being true. In the medical world preventing disease is always a priority because keeping the body healthy is a lot easier than trying to restore it back to health. The same applies to dental care. Dental professionals advocate preventive dentistry in order to protect your oral health and prevent damage to your teeth. Without preventive dentistry there will be more cases of tooth decay gum disease and other dental issues that can be damaging to both your dental and overall health.

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It is highly recommended that you visit your dentist in Aiken SC for preventive dentistry treatments that can help protect your teeth and mouth from diseases that can cause damage that might require repair. Preventive dental treatments range from regular dental cleanings and checkups to the use of dental sealants in order to treat early signs of damage and keep it from becoming more extensive. Preventive dental treatments also help detect damage or potential problems that could lead to more involved repairs. More extensive damages call for restorative care by your dentist in Aiken SC. Restorative dentistry is the branch of dentistry that is concerned with restoring the function and overall health of the teeth and gums especially after tooth decay damage or loss. There are many different kinds of ​restorative treatments ​ that dental professionals offer starting with dental sealants or fillings which help restore tooth structure after decay. When teeth have been badly damaged due to decay or injury your dentist may also recommend the use of a dental crown to restore the tooth to its normal shape and size. Other examples of restorative treatment include tooth extractions that are often prescribed to patients who have badly damaged teeth due to decay or other painful conditions like wisdom tooth obstruction. Dental bridges and dentures are popular options for replacing missing teeth while root canal treatments are often recommended to restore the function of a diseased tooth such as an abscessed tooth and to prevent further infection. Restorative treatments are helpful to patients who want to take back their lost smile due to previous damage to their teeth. It also

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pays to observe preventative measures to help protect your teeth from the damaging conditions that lead to the need for restorative care. Liam loves writing. I write on almost all topics related to dentistry and ​dental care that are informative and knowledgeable. Our aim is to provide the best information to all of our visitors.

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