Replacing a large filling when insufficient tooth structure remains
When there is insufficient tooth structure remaining to support a large filling, replacing it becomes necessary for the long-term health and stability of the tooth.
When a tooth has a large filling and the remaining tooth structure is insufficient to support it, replacing the filling becomes crucial to prevent the development of fractures and maintain the long-term health of the tooth.
Tooth fractures can occur due to various factors, including trauma, biting into hard objects, or even underlying dental conditions.
It is essential to address a tooth fracture promptly to prevent further damage and preserve the tooth's health.