When we talk about dental restoration we refer to treatment aimed at making “whole” a tooth that has broken down due to decay or injury. Dental restoration involves painless removal of the decayed portion of the tooth and then placing an appropriate filling where the decayed material was removed. It can also be used to repair cracked or broken teeth and teeth that have been worn down from misuse such as nail-biting or teeth-grinding by dressing the traumatized tooth and then placing an appropriate filling.
If you have a cavity, you’re not the only one. According to one survey, over 80% of Kenyans have had at least one tooth affected by decay by the age of 40. So if your tooth has broken down let our doctors have a look at it and make it “whole” again.