Porcelain Fillings at Vancouver’s Arbutus North Dental
Centre Repair Tooth Decay and Improve your Oral Health!
If left untreated, tooth decay can wreak havoc by causing cavities and exposing teeth to harmful bacteria. Over time, this can lead to a variety of very serious dental and overall health problems. Plus, it can damage your overall appearance, your confidence levels, your self esteem, and ultimately, your quality of life. Put it all together, and it means that making sure your cavities are taken care of properly and swiftly is a very smart idea!
At Arbutus North Dental Centre, our terrific staff can use porcelain fillings to stop tooth decay in its tracks, and restore any affected tooth to its original shape and function.
About Porcelain Fillings
Porcelain fillings are customized for the exact shape of your teeth. As such, unlike metal or composite fillings, porcelain fillings have to be created by a lab. However, the short wait is well worth it, because porcelain fillings are stronger and last longer than other kinds of fillings – up to 30 years! In fact, your tooth will be even stronger with the filling than before, which can not only help improve bite and digestion, but prevent future “wear and tear,” which could require additional procedures, like crowns or inlays/onlays.
Getting your custom-fit “stronger than nature itself” porcelain fittings is easy and comfortable, and requires just two visits to our relaxing Vancouver dental clinic. On your first visit, your Arbutus North dentist will take an impression of your tooth, which will be sent to the lab. We’ll also temporarily fill your cavity, so that no additional decay will take place while your filling is being created. On your second visit, we’ll replace the temporary filling with a permanent one, and then cement the customized porcelain filling to your tooth.
Contact Us to See if
Porcelain Fillings are your Answer!
Porcelain fillings could be exactly what you need to tackle your tooth decay easily, comfortable and effectively (remember, these last up to 30 years!). Contact us today to discuss if this procedure is the answer you need to restore your beautiful, healthy smile.