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Composite resin is the most common and best restoration material you can use. People get it for filling cavities, reshaping teeth, and other treatments. The reason dentists love composite resin is that it offers a strong tooth structure and a natural appearance. 

Dentists use amalgam for durable and affordable procedures, as well as porcelain when they want to give their patients a deeper focus on aesthetics. The former is ideal for restoring teeth while the latter gets as close as you can get to natural tooth color and translucency. 

WholeDent has a variety of dental restoration materials that offer special features you don’t get at any other place. Its Dentonics Master-Dent Glass-Ionomer Cement, for example, is a one-component material that releases fluoride and has radiopaque properties.

You can use dental restoration products for a wide variety of procedures. Dental fillings, for example, are essential for patients with tooth decay. You can use composite resin, amalgam, and glass ionomer for this process. 

Dental crowns are also common restoration procedures that use these products. The same happens with dental bridges. Here is a list of other treatments that require you to use restoration materials: 

  • Dental veneers 
  • Inlays and onlays 
  • Dental implants 
  • Root canal therapy

 

Not all procedures use the same dental restoration materials, though. Pick the best option for your patient’s situation, preferences, and budget. 

Choosing the right dental restoration materials for their patients is often a struggle for most dentists. 

The first thing you should do is a deep oral examination of the patient and a review of their medical and dental history. X-rays and additional scans will tell you the problem at hand. Once you have a proper diagnosis, you need to ask the patient for their preferences and budget to let them know the options available. 

Biocompatibility, strength, durability, ease of use, and aesthetics are the main factors you should keep in mind when picking dental restoration products for your patients. However, if you have any concerns about the procedure, you should talk about the case with other specialists. 

WholeDent dental restoration material range is excellent, and we recommend all of them.

Nonetheless, many other products on the market don’t get to that level of quality. Stay aware of what you should avoid in restoration materials. 

Avoid getting toxic materials that offer a poor finish. Patients will look for other dentists if they suffer throughout the process or don’t like how the final result looks. You should also make sure you don’t get products with poor durability or that are not compatible with the patient’s current oral situation. 

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