Obala kneza Trpimira 9a, 23000 Zadar, Croatia

Restorative dentistry and endodontics

Caries removal and fillings are still the basic and important parts of modern dental services. These procedures needn’t be unpleasant or painful, but professionalism, tenderness and precision, along with the application of all necessary knowledge, are very important. We are happy to say that those are the qualities our dental team boasts. We make the fillings from the most modern composite materials, which in comparison with amalgam fillings have significant health, aesthetic, biomechanical and other advantages. Composites do not contain mercury, they provide good final appearance, shape and colour which imitate those of the natural teeth. Composite fillings protect the rest of the tooth from fractures. For this type of filling, the teeth and drilled less than for other types. There are numerous advantages of modern composite fillings in regards to classic amalgam solutions. In cases when most of the natural tooth is missing, it is possible to make inlays, onlays or overlays. Those are full ceramic replacements which are made in a dental laboratory. Fillings and ceramic replacements replace the part of the tooth lost due to caries, abrasion, trauma etc. If such conditions cause an inflammation of the dental pulp, that could lead to changes in the pulp which sometimes cause the pulp to die out.


When dental pulp dies out, it is necessary to perform an endodontic procedure, to treat the tooth. Within this procedure we remove the dead, necrotic or gangrenous pulp, clean the inner area of the crown and roots and in the end, fill such a well prepared endodontic area with a material for permanent filling. The endodontic area is small, it holds a different number of root canals, depending on the tooth, while the inner morphology (appearance and shape) of root canals differs from patient to patient. With the application of local anaesthesia and a careful but precise approach, we can make these procedures a more pleasant and non-traumatic experience for the patients. Depending on the quantity of the remaining tissue and the load of the treated tooth, an anchoring is placed into the root canal and the tooth is finished with a filling or a crown. To avoid the inflammation of the dental pulp and other complications in the oral cavity, it is important to visit your dentist at least once a year, to notice and treat these changes on time. Even when the teeth appear completely healthy.

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