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Metal-Free White Fillings

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Composite resins, or tooth-colored fillings, provide good durability and resistance to fracture in small- to mid-size fillings that need to withstand moderate pressure from the constant stress of chewing.

They can be used on either front or back teeth. They are a good choice for people who prefer that their fillings look more natural.

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Benefits of Composite Fillings:

Benefits of composite, metal-free dental fillings.

- Since they bond to the tooth, composite fillings restore most of the original strength of the tooth. Silver fillings weaken the teeth, making them more susceptible to breaking.

- Since broken teeth are very expensive to restore, composites can save a great deal of expense over the long run.

- Composite fillings restore the natural appearance of the tooth.

- Teeth restored with white fillings are less sensitive to hot and cold than teeth restored with amalgam.

- Composites require less removal of tooth structure to place. Especially with new cavities, the size of the hole made for the filling can be dramatically smaller with composites.

Composite, metal-free, tooth-colored fillings restore the natural appearance of the tooth.

Composite fillings restore the natural appearance of the tooth!

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If you are a new patient, or if you have not been seen by Dr. Perrott for a while, you can considerably shorten your visit at our office by filling-in all the necessary medical forms online. It is quick, easy and secure! Please go to our On-line Forms Section, and take care of all necessary paperwork before your visit. Go-To Medical Forms

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We use THE WAND® Anesthetic

The WAND™ eliminates the main cause of pain which is the forcing of the anesthetic into the tissues.

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