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Dental Erosion Treatment Options
Severe Tooth Erosion before Treatment with Crowns
Severe Tooth Erosion after Treatment with Crowns
How is tooth erosion managed?
Diagnosis by the dental clinician as to what the primary cause or causes of the problem are. Medical Intervention if the erosion is found not to be primarily due to dietary factors or habits a medical referral is necessary Dietary Modification to manage identified tooth erosion causing foodstuffs or drinks and habits. Dental Intervention to PREVENT further damage to tooth structure and appearance and to control sensitivity. Dental Intervention to RESTORE and protect the teeth from further damage due significant loss of tooth structure form ongoing exposure to dental erosion. This could involve where appropriate bonding procedures, crowns or veneering treatments depending on the severity of the problem. Treatment would be accompanied by necessary preventative dental or medical interventions. Dental Hygiene information including where appropriate altering toothbrushing devices and techniques and other tooth cleaning devices. Provision of advice on the appropriate toothpastes and mouthwash use is also an important aspect of home care.
Beacon Dental Clinic, Beacon Consultants Clinic, Dublin 18, Ireland
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