Have you recently been experiencing tooth sensitivity while trying to eat or drink? Experiencing a toothache that won’t seem to go away? Think you see a hole in your tooth? You may be suffering from tooth decay and forming a cavity! At The Art of Dentistry, we are proud to offer dental fillings in Park Ridge for our patients that are suffering from tooth decay, cavity formation or even damage and are interested in improving the health, function, and appearance of their affected tooth. Not sure if you are experiencing tooth decay and may need a dental filling? Contact The Art of Dentistry to schedule an appointment; we would be more than happy to evaluate your tooth to determine the best treatment option for you and your smile.
At The Art of Dentistry, we are proud to offer tooth-colored dental fillings in Park Ridge for our patients. Tooth-colored fillings are a safer, healthier and more attractive alternative to silver “amalgam” fillings which have been used for many years. Amalgam fillings are made from various materials, one of which being mercury (a toxic, liquid metal). Our tooth-colored fillings are made using safe, healthy materials, no toxic metals or any other ingredients. This makes our dental fillings a healthier option for patients that looks more attractive as well.
As mentioned above, traditional fillings which contain mercury can lead to health issues. Mercury is a toxic metal that is no longer used in various products such as thermometers due to safety risks. We are dedicated to providing the healthiest treatment options for our patients and only recommend tooth-colored dental fillings.
When it comes to receiving a dental filling, the process is quite simple. First, your dentist will clean and prepare the tooth, removing minor parts of enamel for filling placement. Next, your dentist will apply the composite material to the tooth to sculpt and shape it properly. Finally, your filling will be cured/hardened.
Think you or a loved one may need dental fillings? Schedule an appointment with The Art of Dentistry today.