It’s Time for You to Get Fillings

Houston Tooth Fillings – Taking care of your teeth is very important. Everyone wants to look in the mirror and see an amazing smile. For many, brushing and flossing two to three times a day is a normal process. That because most people want to do whatever it takes to make sure that their teeth last for a long time.

Think about it. Teeth are something that people can easily take for granted. However we need our teeth because they serve many purposes:

  • Eating
  • Speech
  • Appearance

If you get a cavity then you are probably going to need tooth decay relief with fillings.

What are fillings?

It’s a fact that Texans love to eat. It is also a fact that Texans are very sociable; two things that require teeth. So what determines if you will need fillings? There are a variety of things including:

  • Condition of the tooth
  • Amount of decay
  • Amount of the tooth left

Fillings Houston have to adhere to something so you have to have a good amount of the tooth surface still left after the cavity has been treated. This allows the filling to basically grab on to the tooth and adhere to it. This forms a very strong and durable surface that covers the decayed area and allows you continue to have the amazing smile you’ve always had.

If you are concerned about the appearance of fillings don’t worry. Today dental fillings can actually match the color of your tooth so you can still have a natural looking smile and no one needs to know that you even have a filling.

When caring for your mouth after fillings it is going to be no different then what you were doing beforehand. You still need to brush and floss as usual. In doing so you are not only taking care of your other teeth but your filling as well.

Your Houston tooth fillings can last for years. This means you can have peace of mind when it comes to eating the foods you love. If a tooth is not treated then the decay can get more severe and even spread to the adjoining teeth. This can not only look unpleasant but can cause you a great deal of pain and who wants to deal with that?

Don’t sit around in pain or let your dental situation get worse. Get on over to Marquette Dentistry in Houston for cavity and tooth decay relief.


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