Uncover Your Smile with Composite Dental Fillings

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Caring for your smile often depends on treating any dental damage present in your teeth and gums. Due to the fact that numerous oral health risks can be responsible for your dental damage, it is important to assess how your damage occurred. If your dental damage is due to a hole in the tooth enamel, this is known as a cavity. In order to effectively treat cavities, a dental filling will be needed to fill in the affected space.

Having tooth restorations placed can be extremely beneficial for your health care. Because dental damage can arise from time to time and oral accidents can occur, it is important to make sure you constantly visit your dentist and schedule routine check-ups and examinations to determine if any restorations are needed. If you are suffering from cavities and composite dental fillings are needed, visit our office so we can have one placed for you. Composite dental fillings are extremely durable and can easily last 7 to 10 years before replacements may be needed. Fortunately, they do not need to be removed as dental amalgams do, and can be repaired many times over without removing the original filing

Composite dental fillings are also known as tooth-colored composites because they can blend in seamlessly with your smile. Due to the materials used for composite fillings, they can actually match the color of teeth. In addition, they can be used for extremely small cavities in cases where other dental filling treatments will not function effectively. Furthermore, composite dental fillings are better sealants of the margins between your teeth and gums. This means that leaks will not easily occur.

The superb oral health happiness you seek is one step closer thanks to composite dental fillings. If you are ready for composite dental fillings from Chicago Bright Smiles at our dentist office in Chicago, Illinois, then you are welcome to call us at 312-642-5107. Dr. Sudi Rafieian and our entire team look forward to improving your oral health with composite dental fillings.