Composite Filling 3 Walls

Composite Filling 3 Walls

A dental procedure in which three adjacent walls or surfaces of a decayed or damaged tooth are restored, particularly with a composite material, is called composite filling of 3 walls. A composite filling is a mixture of resin and filler material and is colored to match the natural shade of the patient’s teeth. 

Composite filling involving three walls is an effective way to restore decayed or damaged teeth. It provides a durable and natural-looking restoration, lasting for 3 to 5 years or even more.

What is the cost of Composite Filling 3 Walls?

Composite Filling 3 Walls surgery in Pakistan costs between 5000-7000 PKR. The cost of treatment varies depending on your dental condition and the doctor treating the dental condition. 

What diagnosis leads to Composite Filling 3 Walls?

The dentist may recommend you Composite Filling 3 Walls surgery if he finds:

  • A dental cavity or decay

  • Chipped or fractured teeth

  • Old damaged fillings

What is the procedure for Composite Filling 3 Walls?

The procedure for Composite Filling 3 Walls surgery involves these steps:

  • The dentist will begin by numbing the affected with local anesthesia.

  • With a dental drill or laser, your dentist will remove the decayed part of the tooth.

  • Then, the cavity of the tooth under treatment will be cleaned and shaped.

  • Your dentist will carve the tooth surface with the acid gel to make it rough. 

  • To help strengthen the bondage of the dental composite material, the tooth surface will be carved using an acid gel.

  • Using a strong adhesive, your dentist will apply the composite material in layers to the prepared tooth.

  • A special light would be used on the filling to harden its every layer. 

  • Finally, your dentist will shape and polish the filling to match its shape and color with the surrounding teeth.

Depending on the extent of the decay and the filling’s size, your dental procedure will take 30-60 minutes only.

What are the risks & complications associated with Composite Filling 3 Walls?

Composite Filling 3 Walls surgery is generally considered safe and effective for repairing damaged teeth. However, a few potential risks and complications could be:

  • Tooth Sensitivity

  • Allergic reaction

  • Nerve damage

  • Color Mismatch

  • Postoperative pain

  • Allergic reactions

  • Overhangs or open margins

  • Biting issues

The risks associated with Composite Filling 3 Walls surgery are relatively low and most patients do not experience such complications.

What to expect after a Composite Filling 3 Walls?

  • You may feel numbness in the treated area, lips, or the entire mouth for a few post-surgical hours. 

  • You may experience sensitivity to hot, cold, or certain foods and drinks for a few days or even weeks. This sensitivity will subside shortly as the tooth filling adapts to the new restoration.

  • You will experience tooth discomfort or soreness, for which, you will have to change your eating and drinking habits like avoiding hard, sticky foods for a few days or weeks.

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