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A Composite Dental Filling Might Be Used to Treat a Cavity on a Front Tooth

The teeth in the front of your mouth play several important roles. This includes aiding in the clarity of speech, biting off pieces of food before chewing, as well as the cosmetic appearance of your smile. When a cavity develops on one of these teeth it can cause significant discomfort and sensitivity. Sometimes the demineralized area of tooth enamel can... read more »

A Large Area of Tooth Decay Might Need to Be Treated by a Crown Restoration

Tooth decay typically starts out as a compromised area of tooth enamel, afflicted by the continual presence of the bacteria living in your mouth. With early diagnosis, a small cavity might be repairable with a standard gold, porcelain, amalgam, or composite resin filling. The longer you delay in seeking professional dental care, the more likely the tooth decay is to... read more »