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Protect Your Smile With Our Stone Mountain, GA Tooth Filling Options

Blankenship Family Dentistry recommends routine checkups twice a year to help prevent tooth decay and disease. Sometimes, however, cavities can sneak up on us. Dr. Blankenship and Dr. Jordan offer tooth filling options in our Stone Mountain dentist office to restore your tooth and keep your smile healthy and bright. Tooth fillings will:

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  • Stop the effects of decay and prevent further problems.
  • Improve the look of your smile.
  • Make biting and chewing more comfortable.

Call us at 770-766-8995 today if you’d like more information about tooth fillings and your oral health.

Get Natural-Looking Tooth Repair With Composite Fillings

Although we do place a few metal fillings in our office, almost all of our dental fillings are made from tooth-colored composite resin these days. There are several good reasons why.

  1. The biggest reason is that composite fillings are designed to blend in beautifully without drawing attention to a silver spot in your mouth. Their color can be customized to closely match your other teeth, so most of the time, they are hardly noticeable.
  2. Second, unlike silver fillings, composite fillings bond directly with your tooth. That means that less drilling is needed to prepare the tooth for the filling – more of your natural tooth can be preserved. This also helps provide for a stronger tooth than a silver, amalgam filling provides.
  3. Finally, composite fillings are composed of plastic and tiny glass particles – there’s no metal involved. Some of our patients don’t like the idea of having mercury in their mouths. With beautiful composite fillings, that concern is eliminated.

Stop Bigger Decay With Inlays & Onlays

Sometimes tooth decay requires more repair than a filling, but the tooth doesn’t need a complete crown. That’s where dental inlays and onlays come in. These custom restorations are crafted from sturdy, beautiful porcelain to stop decay and strengthen your tooth.

Inlays are bonded to the biting surface of your tooth inside the cusps (tips) while onlays extend onto the sides of the tooth. We’ll take impressions of your teeth so that our lab partner can fabricate your new restoration.

If you have questions about tooth filling options, call us today at 770-766-8995. We’ll be glad to help!

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