If you want an effective solution for your decayed, cracked, or chipped teeth, then tooth-colored fillings are an excellent option. Tooth-colored fillings help you improve your overall oral health, bite strength, and the appearance of your smile. At our dental office in Des Moines, Iowa, we provide standard tooth-colored fillings that can be customized to meet your oral health needs.
Tooth-colored fillings are made of biocompatible materials, like composite resin or porcelain, and are customized to match your teeth color and meet other dental care needs. Tooth-colored fillings help restore the strength of the teeth which minimizes the possibilities of future damage. You will achieve healthier, pristine teeth with these fillings.
Our expert dentists are experienced in placing tooth-colored fillings that achieve your desired results. They create quality dental fillings tailored to suit the specific dental care needs of patients. We use the latest dental equipment to ensure the safety and comfort of our patients. We make sure that every visit to our dental office is as comfortable and positive as possible.
Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with our dentist in Des Moines, Iowa, or to learn more about our dental fillings.
A tooth-colored filling is highly recommended to fix tooth decay, cracks, or chips on teeth. Some benefits include:
The strength of the damaged teeth is restored with fillings as they are seamlessly bonded to the teeth.
Fillings require no to little removal of healthy tooth structure to support the tooth that receives dental fillings.
They are safe to use, won’t discolor the teeth, and can resist expansion or contraction with temperature fluctuations.
Dental fillings prevent the plaque and bacteria accumulation between the tooth enamel and fillings.
Typically, only a single visit to the dentist is needed to place the dental fillings. The dentist will numb the area around the tooth that needs to be filled and removes any decay if present. They will apply an adhesive followed by thin layers of tooth-colored composite materials onto the reshaped teeth. Your dentist uses a special low heat light to harden the material as soon as the composite filling is shaped in position. Lastly, your dentist will polish the fillings to make them smooth enough to blend in with the natural enamel.