Dental Fillings

By: Dentistry by Design  08/09/2016
Keywords: Dental Cleaning, White Fillings, Dental Fillings

When it comes to having a cavity filled, it’s important to know that you have the right to decide, after consultation with your dentist, what treatments and materials are used for your dental care. Your dentist considers materials to use on an individualized basis, taking into account the size and location of your cavity. Cosmetic considerations, how long the filling could last, insurance coverage and out of pocket costs are some other factors you might want to consider. The ADA encourages you to talk with your dentist so that together you may choose the material that’s right for you.

Keywords: Dental Cleaning, Dental Fillings, Tooth Fillings, White Fillings

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