Category: Dental Filling

Protecting Your Tooth After Removing Decay

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When your dentist tells you you have a cavity, it can be quite a disappointment. After all, you attend your cleanings and exams on a regular schedule to prevent decay from taking hold in the first place. But even the best oral hygiene practices can falter. When this happens, we suggest removing the decaying material… Read more »

Repairing Your Tooth After Removing A Cavity

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No one enjoys learning that they have a cavity inside one of their teeth. After all, the reason we brush and floss each day is to protect our smiles against the threat of decay. But even the most ardent oral hygiene enthusiasts can receive a cavity from time to time! By visiting your dentist regularly… Read more »

Restoring The Beauty Of Your Smile

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If you have a damaged tooth or wake up with a sudden ache, we could design a restoration to return the beautiful look of your smile. By neglecting to repair breaks in a tooth’s surface, you could risk developing cavities or an infection of the inner pulp chamber. By treating your tooth on time, we… Read more »

Helping Treat Your Cavities

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The goal of oral hygiene is to preserve a healthy smile by preventing tooth decay and gum disease. When you stay on top of your daily brushing and flossing habits, you regularly remove plaque deposits that contribute to both smile threats. While these daily practices are critical to preventing decay, you may still experience a… Read more »

Preventing And Treating Tooth Decay

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A preventive attitude towards your oral health can help maintain a robust, beautiful smile throughout your life. By practicing behaviors that stop tooth decay in its tracks, you can avoid more costly restorative procedures down the line. To best protect your teeth, combine your daily brushing and flossing routine with regular visits to your dentist… Read more »

Fix Cavities With Dental Fillings

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When plaque and tartar deposits lead to the formation of a cavity, you may rely upon a dental filling to save the remaining healthy tissue. This treatment repairs the breakdown of enamel that allows bacteria to infect your tooth. Seeking a solution on time can prevent further harm from decay, like the breaking or total… Read more »

What To Expect When You Receive A Dental Filling

When you have a cavity, you should know that the damage to your tooth will only worsen until you schedule treatment with your dentist. Decay is a serious issue, one that can lead to an infection and even tooth loss if it is not addressed in time. Fortunately, the problem is often caught early enough… Read more »

White Fillings: Why Is Metal-Free So Exciting?

You know that each and every time you hear about white fillings at our Riverside, CA practice, it’s like there’s quite a lot of excitement and fanfare surrounding this particular restoration. At first glance, of course, this may be somewhat puzzling to you. Are dental fillings really that exciting, you wonder? Well, the truth is… Read more »

Why Treat Your Cavity Today?

You have likely noticed that we are consistently quite serious about you scheduling an immediate visit for a dental filling when you have a cavity. If you’re someone who currently has tooth decay but you have not treated it, we can quickly provide you with a long list of compelling reasons to call us today,… Read more »

Tips: Feeling Comfortable About Fillings

When it comes to your dental filling visit, there’s no way around it – you need to address the tooth decay that is damaging your tooth (and you should do it as soon as possible to avoid potential additional problems). So, what are you supposed to do if you’re feeling concerned about maintaining your comfort… Read more »