GENERAL AND RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY
At ADDC Dental our general and restorative dentistry program aims at giving you a smile that is not only beautiful, but functional as well. If you have damaged or missing teeth (due to trauma, decay, illness, fracture or deterioration of a previous restoration), you don’t have to live with the embarrassment. In fact, not replacing missing teeth can lead to bone degeneration that can compromise your jaw and adjacent teeth.
If you have never had a cavity, congratulations! If you have had one, you are not alone. Statistics states that 3 in 10 adults ages 25-44 had untreated tooth decay and 1 in 2 12 year old children experienced tooth decay in their permanent teeth. Fortunately there’s a time-tested treatment for cavities: the dental filling.
The dental pulp is the soft tissue inside the canal or channel that runs through the root of your tooth. The dental pulp consists mainly of blood vessels, tissue fibers and some nerve fibers. The main function of the dental pulp is to regulate the growth and development of the tooth during childhood. Once the tooth is fully formed, nutrition for the tooth comes from the tissues surrounding the root.
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