Restorative

Check out Mr Bur Restorative bur collection. This page includes diamond burs and carbide burs. Cover the range from all operative dentistry such as cavity preperation bur, carries removal bur. 

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What is restorative dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is dedicated to the repair or replacement of teeth, aiming to enhance oral health and chewing functionality. This specialized field is often overseen by general dentists, also known as family dentists, who carry out various procedures such as crowns, bridges, implants, and dentures.

Who needs restorative dentistry?

You might require restorative dentistry in the following situations:

  • Cavities or tooth decay.
  • Damaged or broken teeth.
  • Missing teeth.

What’s the difference between restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry?

Restorative dentistry prioritizes enhancing oral health and function, while cosmetic dentistry is dedicated to refining the visual appeal of your smile. Certain dental procedures, known as aesthetic restorative dentistry, provide both functional benefits and cosmetic enhancements. For instance, a dental crown not only restores chewing function but also contributes to a more uniform and aesthetically pleasing smile.

Why is restorative dentistry important?

dentistry offers optimal prospects for enduring oral health. Your dentist plays a crucial role in restoring your smile's full functionality by addressing issues like damaged or decayed teeth, ultimately enhancing your ability to eat, speak, and chew.

Procedure Details

What are the types of dental restoration?

There are various dental restoration options tailored to address your specific oral health requirements:

Fillings

When bacteria erode your tooth enamel, resulting in a hole, it's known as a cavity. Minor cavities are typically treated with dental fillings. In this process, your dentist eliminates the decayed part of your tooth and fills the cavity with a tooth-colored composite material. This not only arrests the advancement of tooth decay but also diminishes the risk of additional damage.

Crowns

Dental crowns are used by dentists to address substantial cavities or repair fractured teeth. Also referred to as a cap, a dental crown covers the entire tooth. To install a crown, your dentist may need to remove a portion of your natural tooth enamel, shaping your tooth before placing the crown over it.

Inlays and onlays

Cavity falls between the size range of a filling and a crown. In such instances, your dentist might suggest an inlay or onlay as a tailored solution. These customized restorations seamlessly integrate into your natural tooth structure, resembling puzzle pieces. Your dentist securely bonds them in place. Although inlays and onlays share similarities, an inlay addresses the space between the cusps, while an onlay extends to cover at least one cusp.

Root canal therapy

At times, a cavity or crack penetrates deeply into the tooth, reaching the pulp and causing a potential infection. Root canal therapy becomes essential in such cases. In this procedure, your dentist removes the infected pulp, including nerves and blood vessels, cleans and disinfects the inner surfaces, and fills the canals with gutta-percha, a rubbery dental material. A filling is then placed to seal the tooth and prevent bacterial entry. Often, individuals undergoing root canal therapy may require a crown for added strength and support.

Bridges

A dental bridge is a solution for replacing a single missing tooth or a series of missing teeth. Comprising artificial teeth with dental crowns on each end, the bridge is affixed to the natural teeth on either side of the gap. By bonding the crowns to the natural teeth, the artificial teeth bridge the gap, restoring both function and aesthetics.

Dental implants

Dental bridges offer a solution for a single missing tooth or a series of missing teeth. Comprising artificial teeth flanked by dental crowns, the bridge involves adjusting (shaving down) your natural teeth on both sides of the gap. Subsequently, your dentist bonds the bridge to your natural teeth, with the crowns fitting over them, effectively spanning the gap with the artificial teeth.

Dentures

Dentures represent a conventional solution for replacing missing teeth. Full dentures replace an entire arch, while partial dentures address multiple missing teeth in various areas. Resting on your gums, dentures receive support from the underlying jawbone. Alternatively, you can choose implant-supported dentures, similar to traditional dentures but secured to dental implants for enhanced stability compared to conventional options.

What are Carbide Burs?

Carbide Burs are dental rotary tools crafted from Tungsten-carbide material, a compound (WC) with equal parts carbon and tungsten atoms. Initially, a fine gray powder, it transforms into various shapes through sintering, finding applications in dental instruments, industrial machinery, cutting tools, chisels, abrasives, armor-piercing shells, and jewelry.

What are Dental carbide burs?

The popularity of tungsten carbide burs in dentistry has surged in recent years due to their excellence in the preparation, adjustment, and cutting of various materials. These dental burs, composed of a super-hard and highly resistant chemical compound, are ideal for precise cutting and drilling. In contrast to diamond burs, carbide dental burs leave a smoother surface rather than a rough one. They come in various types and sizes, distinguished by shank, head, and grit. Among the most sought-after types are inverted cone burs, straight fissure burs, straight fissure cross-cut burs, fissure tapered burs, short fissure burs, zekrya surgical burs, Lindemann burs, metal-cutting dental burs, cross-cut tapered fissure burs, and safe-ended endo burs.

Why choose MR BUR Dental Carbide Burs?

Experience precision and superior finish with MR BUR Dental Carbide burs, crafted in Europe for stringent quality control. These burs offer zero vibration, ensuring optimal performance. Plus, they can endure repeated sterilization without the risk of rusting.

Differences between Carbide and Diamond burs

Diamond and carbide burs vary in precision, durability, and surface roughness. Diamond burs offer greater accuracy and less invasiveness, minimizing the impact on the tooth's inner pulp. Carbide burs are known for durability, longevity, and resistance to heat. Opt for carbide burs for achieving a smoother surface, while diamond burs excel in high-speed grinding tasks like cutting zirconia or ceramic crowns. Learn more about the distinctions between Zirconia and Carbide burs here.