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Restorative Dentistry

Most restorative dentistry is directly related to tooth decay caused by bacteria, but trauma or accidents may call for restorative treatment. In many instances, this can be addressed with simple fillings of amalgam or composite. In more severe cases, however, gold or ceramic inlays or onlays may be a preferential treatment. As cavities grow beyond the capacity for these other options to adequately treat, crown and bridge restorations may be necessary.

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