Tooth Colored Fillings
You Can Have A More Attractive, Natural-Looking Smile With Tooth Colored Fillings
When You Get A Cavity Consider Getting A Tooth Colored Filling So Your Smile Can Look Natural
Why are tooth colored fillings a great choice for so many patients? Well, despite your efforts to keep teeth clean and healthy, sometimes cavities are unavoidable. Luckily, Dr. Drew Randall offers white composite fillings in Dallas!
For example, a composite filling is a tooth-colored plastic and glass mixture used to restore teeth that have been damaged by tooth decay. Composites are also used for cosmetic improvements of the smile by changing the color of the teeth or reshaping disfigured teeth. This process is also known as dental bonding and contouring.
The Process for Getting Tooth Colored Fillings
Having a dental cleaning at least once every six months is fundamental to whole body health. Your gentle teeth cleaning in Dallas will require less than an hour of your time. If bacteria has worn away a small portion of your tooth, you may need a filling.
If you are experiencing toothache or sensitivity, ask Dr. Randall about dental fillings. He may also be able to detect decay at a regular visit, before you notice any symptoms.
Dental fillings will build the tooth up and restore its natural function. White fillings are highly stain-resistant and will protect the tooth from future damage.
Which Is Better for you? Direct or Indirect Dental Fillings?
Direct restorations of your teeth are for small fillings and can be placed in a single appointment. Indirect restorations are for larger fillings or to replace more tooth structure (as with inlays and onlays) and require two appointments.
Looking at the Advantages of Tooth Colored Fillings
Why choose tooth-colored fillings over other dental treatments like mercury colored fillings?
- Attractive | Tooth-colored fillings portray a convincingly natural look. They’ll fit right in with your real pearly whites.
- Healthy | White fillings are composed of a highly biocompatible material.
- Low Risk | There is a low risk of side effects associated with white fillings. Chances are, you won’t experience an allergic reaction or metal sensitivity.
How To Properly Care for and Maintain Your New White Fillings
You should care strictly for your dental fillings and your natural teeth. Continue to brush and floss regularly. Keep regular exams and cleanings with Dr. Randall. When you treat your white fillings well, they will maintain an attractive appearance and boost your overall health for years.
What to Do If You Have a Cavity and Need a Filling?
If you need dental fillings, or you haven’t had an exam in 6 months, give us a call right away. We are eager to give you a great dental experience at Randall Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry.
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Call today for you appointment (214) 750-4901.