Can Temporary Dental Fillings Last For 2 Weeks?
In the morning, I was in the stage of temporary dental filling because my teeth had cavities and had already hit the nerves. I was supposed to meet with a doctor who handled this tooth on Monday, but on Monday I didn’t get a queue number. It makes me worry whether this temporary tooth fill may be allowed to stand for 2 weeks to meet the following Monday or not. Thanks.
Temporary dental fillings are temporary procedures and generally aim for permanent dental fillings. This can be recommended by dentists to facilitate the process of dental care so that the teeth do not need to be pulled.
The length of temporary dental fillings can vary depending on your doctor's needs. Temporary dental fillings are generally recommended for control every 1 week in the hope that the condition will improve after treatment and for follow-up related to the filling.
Dentist control is very important because tooth disorders that have improved can recur or even weigh. If there really is a disruption back to your patch then this can slow down the process of handling and healing your condition. You should exercise control of the dentist according to the doctor's recommendations and immediately arrange a re-schedule if it is unable to control.
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