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When Would a Glass Filling Be Most Appropriate?
Posted on 7/26/2021 by Office - Boone DMD
Dental cavities can happen to anyone regardless of their age or oral care routine. If you have a dental cavity, you may want to fill it to prevent tooth pain and infections. Dental fillings are some of the most common procedures that one can get. There are also several fillings to choose from. If you have discovered that you have a cavity, our professionals will talk to you about the types of dental filling we have, and which one is more appropriate depending on the cavity and your teeth. One of the fillings that we can recommend is the glass filling. Glass Fillings are Uniquely Designed Glass ionomer fillings are made of a type of glass and acrylic. Though they are not common, they are uniquely made, which makes them beneficial for young adults and small children whose teeth are still developing and growing. They are also designed to release fluoride into the gums and mouth with time, strengthening the tooth and its surrounding structure. The fluoride also contributes to a beautiful and healthy smile. Glass fillings protect the tooth from further decay and are affordable. Glass Fillings are Ideal for Babies Our professionals recommend glass fillings for babies. This is because they are mostly used for small fillings away from chewing surfaces and near the gum line. Because glass filling tends to be a little weak, they are ideal for babies and are used on non-chewing surfaces. These fillings also require little preparation; therefore, your baby's patience will not run out before the procedure is done. The fillings bond directly to the tooth and will also last for about five to seven years for an average patient. To find out if you are the right candidate for glass ionomer fillings, contact us and schedule an appointment for more information and examination.... Read more...
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