Cause Permanent Patches Are Released?
Bismillah … some time I went to a dentist because of a great toothache (first experience). After being examined my teeth were immediately cleaned and temporarily patched up and given medicine for pain relief, and indeed semaleman could not sleep due to illness, but the next day healed. A week later I came back again because the doctor said I had to take treatment 1 week 1 time then patch it again temporarily. at the third meeting he said it could be permanent patching … finally the permanent patch said he was a ray system … after that his teeth didn’t hurt anymore … but now the permanent patch was off so it felt like a big hole … the question was why permanent patching could be released even though it was expensive .he and what should I do..go to the previous one or from another ?? And if you patch it again, from the previous one, you have to go by it again ?? 😁😁 Thank you … on.
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We understand the concerns that you feel.
Dental fillings are done to close the holes in cavities. Dental fillings are permanent and temporary.
Permanent fillings can stick to the teeth for a long time. This type of patch is also made in such a way that it resembles a sturdy tooth structure. If permanent fillings are easily separated, then there may have been a leak in the fillings, the position of the patched teeth, cleanliness and maintenance of teeth, as well as the type / material of the filling material also contributing to the condition.
Regarding your condition, we recommend that you do a re-examination and evaluation to the dentist who examined you beforehand to find out the cause of the loss of permanent dental fillings. But if you are more comfortable to do a checkup with another dentist, it is permissible for you to get information, opinions or second opinions from that doctor. Related to the need to pay or not if a repeat action is taken, it depends on the administrative decision from the doctor or clinic where you seek treatment.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps