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Composite Restoration (anterior) 4 or more Surfaces: Code D2335/D2390

Composite Restoration (anterior) 4 or more Surfaces refers to a dental procedure where a tooth-colored composite resin material is used to restore a tooth located in the front of the mouth (anterior) involving three surfaces of the tooth. The restoration is applied to fouror more sides or surfaces of the tooth.

Composite restorations in the anterior teeth offer a versatile and aesthetically pleasing solution for addressing various dental issues.

Resin-based composite refers to a broad category of materials including but not limited to composites. May include bonded composite, light-cured composite, etc. Tooth preparation, acid etching, adhesives (including resin bonding agents), liners and bases and curing are included as part of the restoration.


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Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQ) related to anterior composite restorations with four or more surfaces:


What is a composite restoration?

A composite restoration involves the use of tooth-colored composite resin material to repair a decayed, fractured, or otherwise damaged tooth. It restores the tooth’s function and aesthetics.

When is a composite restoration with four or more surfaces needed in anterior teeth?

Such extensive restorations are typically required for teeth with significant decay or damage affecting multiple surfaces, often due to trauma, cavities, or wear.

How is a composite restoration performed on anterior teeth with four or more surfaces?

The procedure involves removing the decayed or damaged tooth structure, shaping the tooth, and then layering the composite resin material onto the tooth surface. Each layer is cured (hardened) using a special light, and the process is repeated until the desired shape and contour are achieved.

How long does a composite restoration on anterior teeth last?

With proper care and maintenance, composite restorations can last for many years. However, their lifespan can vary depending on factors such as oral hygiene, eating habits, and the extent of the restoration.

Is a composite restoration with four or more surfaces noticeable?

Modern composite materials are designed to closely match the color and translucency of natural teeth, making them virtually indistinguishable from surrounding tooth structure.

Are there any risks or complications associated with composite restorations on anterior teeth?

While composite restorations are generally safe and effective, some potential risks include post-operative sensitivity, recurrent decay, or restoration fracture. These risks can be minimized by following good oral hygiene practices and attending regular dental check-ups.

How much does a composite restoration on anterior teeth with four or more surfaces cost?

The cost of the restoration can vary depending on factors such as the dentist’s expertise, the extent of the damage, and the region where the treatment is performed. It’s best to consult with your dentist for an accurate cost estimate.

Can composite restorations be repaired if they are damaged?

Yes, composite restorations can typically be repaired if they become damaged or worn over time. Your dentist can assess the extent of the damage and recommend the appropriate course of action, which may involve repairing or replacing the restoration.

Always consult with your dentist for personalized advice and treatment options regarding composite restorations on anterior teeth with four or more surfaces.