When you visit us for a dental exam, your dentist will check your existing fillings and may suggest that you replace any loose or broken ones.
Your dentist will also look for any signs of decay, such as brown or black spots, and use X-rays to take a closer look any potential problems.
If you have a cavity, your dentist may keep choose to either monitor it, or fill it right away, depending on its severity.
If a cavity needs to be tended to immediately, there are several different kinds of fillings that can be used. Our experienced dentists will advise you on which type may work best in your particular case and inform you of the aesthetic and cost implications for each. However, the final decision on which kind to use will always be your choice.
We now proudly offer painless injections to all of our patients. Painless injections work by sending a signal to your nerve receptors to essentially close the “pain gate” to your brain, allowing you to enjoy a pain-free and low-stress dental experience.
To learn more about our fillings, please contact us for a consultation: 905-668-3884