Tooth-Colored Fillings

Many of us remember  dentists using silver and mercury fillings on our teeth. You may even have some that are still in your mouth from when you were younger! Thankfully, technology has advanced, allowing us to offer tooth-colored fillings for a more natural look.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Can I Replace My Old Silver Fillings?

Yes, many people are opting to have this completed. We are able to replace your old silver fillings with the new tooth-colored ones. Call us to schedule an appointment and depending on how many you would like to have changed, we can fix them for you in one or two visits.

Can I Replace My Old Silver Fillings?

Yes, many people are opting to have this completed. We are able to replace your old silver fillings with the new tooth-colored ones. Call us to schedule an appointment and depending on how many you would like to have changed, we can fix them for you in one or two visits.

Dental Fillings Questions and Answers

We recommend tooth-colored fillings for most new cavities. They are more durable and also more aesthetically pleasing for our patients who prefer not to see the filling.

If you have a cavity and need to have it filled, this is a simple procedure that can be done in one visit.  Our doctors will provide you with a local anesthetic before treating the cavity, cleaning the tooth and placing a new filling.  If needed, we do offer Sedation Dentistry to our patients.

Dental insurance is designed to assist you in paying for your dentistry. Most procedures are not fully covered by your insurance. Cosmetic dentistry, in particular, is not covered by most dental insurance plans. To help you afford your smile, we do offer a variety of payment options in addition to a monthly payment plan provided by our financial partner, Care Credit™. We also pay special attention to maximizing the benefits that your insurance does provide. Ask our financial team how you can comfortably afford your dentistry and maximize your dental insurance benefits.

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