Large Composite Filling 4 Walls

Dental surgery in which the damaged 4 walls of a tooth are restored using composite resin is called Large Composite Filling of 4 walls. The four damaged walls include a biting surface (occlusal), the front surface (mesial), a back surface (distal), and the inner surface (lingual).  

Composite filling effectively restores the decayed tooth by fillings its four damaged walls. It provides a long-lasting, natural-looking restoration, lasting for 4-5 years or more.

What is the cost of Large Composite Filling 4 Walls Surgery?

Composite Filling 4 Walls surgery in Pakistan costs between 6000-9000 PKR. This cost varies depending on the dental condition and the dentist chosen. 

What diagnosis leads to Composite Filling 4 Walls Surgery?

If your dentist finds any of the following conditions, he may recommend Composite Filling 4 Walls surgery:

  • Tooth decay

  • Dental cavity 

  • Chipped or fractured teeth

  • Worn-out fillings

What is the procedure for Composite Filling 4 Walls Surgery?

The procedure for Composite Filling 4 Walls surgery involves these phases:

  • The dentist will begin your dental procedure by numbing the affected tooth with local anesthesia.

  • Using a dental drill or laser, the decayed part of your tooth will be removed.

  • Then, the tooth's cavity would be cleaned and shaped to ensure the proper bondage of the composite material. 

  • Etching and bonding solutions will be applied to the tooth separately. This will help the composite material bond to the tooth. 

  • The dentist will then apply the composite material to the tooth in layers and ultraviolet light will be used to harden them. 

  • Your dentist will shape and polish the filling to make it look natural.

  • While finalizing the procedure, the dentist will check your bite to ensure that the filling is all right.

Since this treatment involves the restoration of all four walls of the tooth, it requires additional time and effort from the dentist. Your dentist might take 70-80 minutes to complete the treatment. 

What are the risks & complications associated with Composite Filling 4 Walls Surgery?

As Composite Filling 4 Walls surgery is a complex procedure, it may have a few potential risks and complications, including:

  • Post-surgical sensitivity or discomfort

  • Allergic reaction to anesthesia

  • Oral infection contracted from the dental instruments

  • Nerve damage

  • Mucosal damage caused by dental instruments

  • Biting issues

The occurrence of risks associated with Composite Filling 4 Walls surgery is high. Therefore, on experiencing any of these, consult your dentist immediately. 

What to expect after a Composite Filling 4 Walls Surgery?

  • You may experience mild discomfort and sensitivity in the treated tooth for a few post-surgical hours. 

  • Experiencing a sensitivity to hot, cold, or certain foods and drinks for a few days or even weeks is common, and will diminish soon as the composite filling adapts to the new restoration.

  • You may undergo tooth soreness, for which, you will have to avoid hard, sticky foods and sweet beverages for a few days.

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