Materials for the reconstruction of tooth crowns and the cores of dental crowns
Category "Materials for rebuilding tooth crowns and tooth crown foundations" includes various dental materials that are used for rebuilding damaged tooth crowns and tooth crown foundations.
Tooth rebuilding is the process of restoring its function and appearance by filling in missing tooth tissue. Materials used for tooth rebuilding can have different applications, depending on the individual needs of the patient and the type of damage.
Composite materials or a bioactive dentin substitute can be used for tooth crown rebuilding. A bioactive dentin substitute is a dental material that is used to rebuild damaged tooth tissue, including dentin. Unlike traditional materials for rebuilding teeth, a bioactive dentin substitute can interact with tooth tissues, providing effective protection and regeneration. Bioactive dentin substitutes are often used to treat tooth decay in children, but can also be used in adults to rebuild damaged tooth tissue. This substitute is usually used in combination with other dental materials, such as cements and composites, to provide comprehensive rebuilding of a damaged tooth.