Lost fillings, crown or inlay/onlay

Child Dental Benefit Schedule

Up to $1,000 worth of dental treatments over two years (Medicare)

Dental restorations like tooth fillings, dental crowns, and inlays and onlays bring back your teeth’s natural function and beauty.

They stop dental issues from becoming worse, protecting you from more advanced damage.

They are constructed from durable materials and effectively participate in your teeth’s day-to-day functions.

Dental fillings may become loose because of decay that develops under them.

The decay can cause changes in the shape of the tooth, making the filling fit loosely.

Aside from tooth decay, crowns and inlays may also loosen because of tooth cracks or bad habits such as eating hard or chewy foods.

Commons Reasons for Restoration Damage

Dental restorations can be damaged because of the following factors.

Natural wear

Although constructed to be sturdy, dental restorations have their limitations.

Over time, episodes of chewing, grinding, biting, and other functions can weaken them and lead them to the point of breakage.

Abuse

Dental restorations may be durable, but that does not mean that you are free to abuse them.

Don’t use your teeth as tools to break or open hard objects, for that can cause breakage.

Tooth decay

Tooth decay erodes the teeth until they can no longer support the dental restoration.

Poor dental job

Determining the best dentist for you is as important as getting proper dental treatment. A poor dental job can affect the functionality of dental restorations.

First Aid Steps

In case of broken restorations, here’s what you can do:

  • Remove all broken parts left inside your mouth to avoid breathing them in and causing infection.
  • Take over-the-counter pain relievers or apply clove oil to the affected tooth to alleviate pain and sensitivity.
  • See your Kellyville Ridge dentist immediately.

Restoration Damage Management at Dental Cube Kellyville Ridge

Fixing your damaged dental restoration depends on the severity of the damage.

If the damage is minor, your Kellyville Ridge dentist can easily fix it on the same day.

There are some cases in which a new dental restoration is needed.

Kellyville Ridge dentist serves the local communities in KellyvilleNorth KellyvilleBeaumont HillsRouse HillSchofieldsThe PondsStanhope GardensParkleaGlenwood, and Lalor Park.

Same Day Dental Emergency Appointment Available!

To know more about our emergency services in Kellyville Ridge, call us on  (02) 8889 1588 or book your appointment online.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can you tell if a filling needs to be fixed?
If a filling on the chewing surface causes pain, it’s a symptom that the bonding agent is getting weak. The same is true when a filling near your tongue forms an edge or has a distinct change in texture.
Can a permanent crown become loose?
Sometimes, tooth fillings or crowns come off. In most cases, a filling or crown comes loose because there is decay under it.
How long do dental inlays/onlays last?
Inlays and onlays usually do not need to be replaced for 20 to 30 years.

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Contact Info

Dental Cube Kellyville Ridge

Address: G4/8 Merriville Rd, Kellyville Ridge, NSW 2155

Phone: (02) 8889 1588

Email: info@dentalcube.com.au

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Sun: Closed

Parking

There is ample free basement carpark for patients onsite

Location

Dental Cube Kellyville Ridge is located near Beaumont Hills, oposite of Ettamogah Hotel and minutes away from Kellyville Ridge Public School and Connor Greasby Park.

Kellyville Ridge dentist also serving local communities in Kellyville, Kings Langley, North Kellyville, Beaumont Hills, Rouse Hill, Schofields, The Ponds, Stanhope Gardens, Parklea, Glenwood and Lalor Park.