White Fillings by Dr. Sledd, a Minneapolis Dentist
Have you experienced tooth decay? Maybe you need a small filling but do not want noticeable silver dental work in your smile.
Dr. Sledd provides the perfect option for patients who want to maintain a flawless smile even after tooth decay: White fillings. White fillings are also known as direct resin fillings.
Their most obvious advantage is beauty – well-done white fillings can be indistinguishable from natural teeth.
Not only do white fillings blend in with the rest of your smile, they can make your smile look even better than before. Our white fillings are a conservative way to change the size, color, and shape of teeth that are not yet perfect.
Of course, our white fillings will also strengthen and protect the affected teeth. Once you fill your cavity with a beautiful white filling, you won’t have to worry about toothache or further decay.
If you need a filling in a place that will be visible when you smile, a white filling at Arbor Lakes Dental is the right way to go!
Why Choose White Fillings?
Here are a few reasons that our patients love white fillings:
Integrated Strength: White fillings do not just sit on top of the tooth. They are bonded to the tooth structure and integrate themselves into the smile so that there is no gap between the tooth and the filling. This promotes optimal strength and bite force in the tooth.
Tweak Your Aesthetic: Subtle and easy changes to your smile can make a huge difference in your overall appearance. Our white fillings can be used to change the color, shape, or general appearance of the teeth.
All Types of Repairs: White fillings can do more than cover up a tooth that is decayed or discolored. They can also repair small chips or fractures in the teeth.
Preventative Measure: White fillings can even be used to protect decay from happening altogether. Ask Dr. Sledd about placing fillings between the grooves of the teeth to protect your smile from cavities.
Bonded white fillings are an appealing advancement in the world of cosmetic dentistry. Contact us at Arbor Lakes Dental today to set up your appointment to learn more about tooth-colored restorations.