Restorative (Fillings)

About The Procedure

Cavities which are not treated early can lead to root canals or even loss of teeth. A cavity can be diagnosed several ways. Often a cavity is discovered during a routine cleaning and exam; it can appear as a soft area in the tooth that our explorers actually penetrate. Radiographs or x-rays are helpful in diagnosing interproximal decay (a cavity between the teeth) as well as infections below the gum line that can be problematic. These diagnostic tools allow us to save more of your tooth structure. Our goal is to find teeth before decay leads to painful symptoms.

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