You might think that a tiny cavity is easy to ignore. It doesn’t hurt and you can’t see or feel it, so why is it so urgent to have it filled?
Tooth decay, even the slightest bit, can snowball into more decay and infection if not properly treated. If your dentist finds a cavity, getting a filling as soon as possible is the best option to prevent both pain and the need for bigger, more expensive procedures in the future.
Fillings are made from a composite material fillings support your tooth and halt the spread of decay and infection. Your dentist will match the shade of your tooth as closely as possible, resulting in a natural, almost invisible, result. In addition the filling will be adjusted in accordance with your bite, to ensure that it remains intact and will not cause you any issues in the future.
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The two words most people don’t want to hear when they visit the dentist - root canal. Intense tooth pain and heightened sensitivity to hot or cold are common signs that you may need a root canal.