Dental Fillings

Treating Cavities and Damaged Teeth

We offer color-matching fillings to seamlessly blend in with your teeth and we can fully make repairs to teeth in just one visit. Get the healthy smile you’ve always wanted. Schedule an appointment today!


When a tooth decays or suffers damage, our dentist can apply tooth-colored fillings directly to the tooth in order to restore its function, sturdiness, and appearance.

Composite resin is our material of choice. It’s made of glass or quartz filler mixed with plastic resin. They’re strong, durable and can last up to 10 years.

Cavities are caused by acids that are produced when plaque builds up on the teeth, which causes the enamel on the teeth to dissolve and decay. Dental fillings are most often used to restore teeth that have been damaged by cavities.

Tooth fillings can also benefit those looking to:

  • Repair a chipped or broken tooth
  • Remove and replace deteriorated amalgam fillings
  • Fill a gap between teeth

You may feel some pressure but no pain during the dental filling procedure.

  • With local anesthesia, our dentist will likely numb the area around where the composite filling will be placed.
  • A few moments after the numbness has taken effect, your dentist will use an ultra-modern dental drill to gently remove the decayed enamel.
  • The dentist will prepare the cavity for the filling by shaping it.
  • Once the decayed tissue is entirely removed and the tooth is cleaned, our dentist may place a base or a liner. This will protect the area of the tooth where the nerves are located.
  • After that, the composite material will be applied bit by bit, filling the cavity. The material will be hardened in increments with a special curing light.
  • Our dental experts will polish the composite filling once it has been set so that it looks natural and feels smooth.

After receiving a dental filling, your tooth will be restored to its original shape and function. Additionally, it will prevent bacteria and acidic substances from damaging your teeth in the future.

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