Hello. This is Naito dentistry. Right and left cavities. Seen from the top, the right tooth decay looks larger. Today, I will explain why there is white treatment and silver treatment for the same caries. Both white treatment and silver treatment are treatments covered by insurance. Right and left cavities. Seen from the top, the right tooth decay looks larger. However, when viewed from behind, the left caries have hidden caries between the teeth. Seen from the front, the left tooth decay looks like no big deal. It is difficult to determine the size of a tooth decay from the outside. Normally, a dental clinic takes X-rays, inserts equipment, estimates the size of tooth decay, and performs medical treatment. Everyone should think that white teeth are good in the same insurance medical treatment. In fact, the price of metal has soared recently, and the dental clinic is not profitable with silver teeth. Both patients and dental clinics should dislike silver teeth, but why do they become silver teeth? It seems that we can all hear that white resin treatment is enough, but today I will explain about that. The border between teeth is called the adjacent surface. If this caries has an adjacent surface, it will be a silver tooth. Conversely, caries without adjacent surfaces can be treated with white resin. The left tooth decay has a tooth decay on the adjacent surface, so it will be a silver tooth called an inlay. Seen from behind, you still have tooth decay. If you leave the tooth decay, it will progress, so it is essential to take it firmly. It still continues to the back. Fast forward a little. Now you have a tooth decay. Take the right tooth decay. I feel deep. If you have reached the nerve, you just have to get nervous, so I just hope that you haven’t. So if you think it’s a tooth decay, please come to the dental clinic as soon as possible. If you leave it alone, it will never heal. The deeper, the closer to the nerve. This is done in your mouth, so it’s actually harder to see. Now you have the right tooth decay. The right cavities looked large, but did not include the adjacent surface. Therefore, you can use white resin treatment. Let’s take a look at the resin treatment by fast-forwarding. Apply the adhesive. Serve with clay-like resin. I will harden.
The strength of the hardened resin is about half of the teeth. This treatment ends with one visit. Resin treatment can be tailored to the color of the teeth. This is the biggest advantage. The caries on the left were small when viewed from the outside, but because they contained adjacent surfaces, they were treated with silver teeth (inlay). Because the adjacent surface is subject to force, it will break if the resin is not strong. Resin can be cured with resin, even if it includes adjacent surfaces, but only if it is not applied or in special cases. In this process, if silver teeth are placed directly on the teeth, they will stain, so we are adding materials. Then, I will make silver teeth. When the formation is finished, make a mold. Remove the mold, pour the plaster and put it out to the laboratory. One week later, the silver teeth are ready. Includes adjacent planes. Here is the adjacent plane. Contains an inlay (silver teeth) like this. When layered, resin is more beautiful. I wish this resin had about three times the strength. Today, we talked about the difference between adaptation of white teeth and silver teeth is whether they have caries that include adjacent surfaces. End.