Is Tooth Filling Treatment Painful or Not?? Know the Process!

It is not completely right to call tooth filing process a painful experience as on the real fact, painful is patient’s fear and not the process. Plenty of patients think that Dental Filling Treatment is painful but the reality is that they are not that bad to experience. On actual facts, cutting a hair will not cause you pain similarly, the filling doesn’t cause you pain until nerves get in contact. Only if any particular patient has more sensitive teeth then, filling goes deeper & close to the nerve. But in that case, too, an aesthetic is used to numb your jaw area.

Procedure of Tooth Filling:

A dentist take complete care of damaged area while planning to start the filling process. Very initially, dentist prepares the tooth & its surrounding areas so to build a shield of protection from bacteria’s or debris. Using a dental hand-piece, the dentist took away the decayed/damaged part and cleanse the rest of part nicely.

To perform a composite filling procedure, very first step involves isolation of the tooth which is actually a complex process. Tooth isolation is also needed complete care as it doesn’t allow moisture in the bonding process. On real fact, the bonding process needs the placement of numerous adhesives which is quite a tricky process. While the composite restoration is a natural looking process and needs some tricks.

It might possible in some cases that patient feel slight pain due to the injection but the sensation won’t last long. Instead, a patient will feel more fresh & better after having the filling treatment done. As the removing of decay from your teeth is the real evil that causes pain to you and not the filling process. In case you are felling little sensitivity in teeth even after one week of the filling process then, there’s nothing to feel bad about. Your mouth is actually adjusting to the recent filling process.



Viktor Hajko is the manager of the Hungary Dental Implant is a dental agency which has worked for many years with several dental clinics in Hungary and UK. They have offices and partner clinics in London, where consultations and aftercare sessions are held.

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