Care for Porcelain Fillings
The care necessary to keep your porcelain fillings looking their best and staying clean is the same as the care required for your oral health. Practicing great oral hygiene is all you need to do to keep your smile and porcelain fillings healthy. read more
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Types of Fillings
Technological advancements in the field of dentistry have given dentists a wide variety of dental filling types in order to give you the best care possible. Your dentist will take into consideration the area of your tooth that requires a filling, your price range, and your insurance coverage to determine which type of dental filling is best for your needs. read more
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Questions About Porcelain Fillings
Porcelain fillings are used to fix cavities that have developed as the result of tooth decay. They are created from dental grade porcelain and are extremely durable and strong. The color of your porcelain fillings will be matched to the color of the tooth needing the filling. The results you can expect from porcelain fillings are a stronger and natural looking tooth. read more
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Dental Fillings

Damage to your teeth from tooth decay can cause you discomfort and lead to further development of other oral problems. Treating cavities and other tooth decay issues early before they cause more problems is important.

Dental fillings treat damaged teeth and provide additional strength to your teeth. The progression of tooth decay will halt once a dental filling is in place and your oral health will be greatly improved.

Benefits of Dental Fillings

Dental fillings offer many benefits such as:

  • Dental fillings last a lifetime
  • The procedure takes about an hour to complete
  • The appearance and health of your smile is enhanced
  • Dental fillings can be colored matched to your natural teeth

You can choose to have your previous dental fillings replaced with porcelain fillings if your fillings are damaged or made with amalgam containing mercury. Traditional metal fillings contain mercury that may harm your overall health. Metal fillings are unattractive and damage the appearance of your smile. read more

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