Are you experiencing toothache, sensitivity when eating or drinking, or noticing a hole or cavity on your tooth's surface? You might need a dental filling. Here at Diversey Dental Studio, we provide dental fillings to restore and improve the functionality of your teeth.
Dental fillings are restorative materials used to fill cavities or repair cracks or chips in teeth. They come in various types, including amalgam, composite resin, porcelain, and gold. The type of filling recommended for you depends on the size and location of the cavity or damage, as well as your preference and budget.
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A dental filling can restore a damaged or decayed tooth's strength and function, allowing you to chew and bite without pain or discomfort.
A dental filling can stop the progression of a cavity and prevent the need for more invasive and expensive dental treatments, such as root canal therapy or extraction.
Dental fillings come in tooth-colored materials that blend in with your natural teeth, making them virtually invisible and restoring your smile's appearance.
One of our dentists will examine your teeth and take x-rays to determine the size and location of the cavity or damage and recommend the best type of filling for you.
Once the best type of filling is determined, the dentist will administer local anesthesia to numb the area around the tooth, ensuring you don't feel any pain during the procedure.
The dentist will remove the decayed part of the tooth using a drill or laser.
The dentist will place the filling material in the cavity and shape it to match the tooth's natural shape.
The dentist will polish the filling to make it smooth and blend in with the surrounding teeth.
The dentist will perform a final check to ensure that the filling is properly placed, and your bite is functional and comfortable.
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Dental fillings can last up to 15 years with proper care and maintenance.
You can eat after getting a dental filling, but it's best to wait until the numbness wears off to avoid accidentally biting your tongue or cheek.
No, getting a dental filling is not painful, as your dentist will administer local anesthesia to numb the area around the tooth. However, you may experience some discomfort or sensitivity after the procedure, but it usually subsides within a few days.