Conservative dentistry, i.e. general dentistry, is the most common type of dental intervention. It involves diagnosis, treatment of infections and caries in the early stages of development as well as prevention and prevention of oral diseases. Most basic dental services are provided as part of conservative dentistry. During the follow-up visit, doctors first of all diagnose the patient and then start caries treatment or when the infection is already too large, they direct the patient to root canal treatment. Treatment is as important as prevention, which is why at the control visit the patient should appear every six months.