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Here’s an overview of the process of getting a dental filling:

Examination and Diagnosis

The process typically begins with a dental examination, during which your dentist will visually inspect your teeth and may take X-rays to assess the extent of the decay. Based on their findings, they will diagnose the presence of cavities and determine if a filling is necessary.


Before the filling procedure begins, the dentist will administer a local anesthetic to numb the area around the affected tooth. This ensures that you remain comfortable and pain-free during the procedure.

Removal of Decay

Once the tooth is numb, the dentist will use a dental drill, laser, or air abrasion instrument to remove the decayed or damaged portion of the tooth. The area is thoroughly cleaned to remove any debris or bacteria.

Placement of Filling Material

After the decay has been removed, the dentist will fill the cavity with a suitable filling material. There are several types of dental filling materials available, including amalgam (a metal alloy), composite resin (tooth-colored filling), porcelain, and glass ionomer. The choice of filling material depends on factors such as the location and size of the cavity, as well as your aesthetic preferences and budget.

Shaping and Polishing

Once the filling material is placed, the dentist will shape and contour it to ensure a natural appearance and proper bite alignment. The filling is then polished to smooth out any rough edges and restore the tooth’s natural shine.

Final Inspection

After the filling is placed and shaped, the dentist will check your bite to ensure that it feels comfortable and natural. They may make further adjustments if necessary to achieve the desired result.

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