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Restoring a Cavity Using the Zeiss Extaro 300 Dental Microscope

Restoring a Cavity in Between the Teeth Using Augmented Vision and the Zeiss Extaro 300 Electronic Digital Microscope at Soho Dental in Toronto. A true wonder of technology!

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Repairing a Cavity in a Front Tooth

Repairing of “Anterior Caries” (also known as a cavities in the front teeth) are one of the procedures we commonly perform at Soho Dental Toronto. While work on your front teeth may sound serious and even scary – this is a very common procedure, and is performed quite easily, and painlessly. Watch this great video of cavities in the front teeth being repaired at Soho Dental, and see for yourself why you shouldn’t let worry or fear prevent you from addressing issues you might have with your most important teeth! Contact us today to book a consultation and let us explain how we can help you get those front teeth shiny and new again!

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Cavities Underneath Old Fillings

Many patients are surprised to know that they can get a new cavity underneath a previous placed filling. This can occur for a number of reasons. It is very important to have your fillings checked regularly so that these cavities can be repaired before the tooth needs more extensive treatment.

This picture shows an old tooth coloured filling with a very small crack in the filling. The crack is enough to allow bacteria to enter the tooth and cause decay.

The filling is removed to get access to the decay. The decay is evident by the brown discolouration. The yellow tooth colour represents healthy dentin.

The decay has been removed. The picture shows healthy dentin free of bacteria.

A new filling has been placed which is nicely sealed and integrated to the surrounding enamel. Notice the natural contours and tooth anatomy which allow cleaning with floss and proper function with the opposing tooth.

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