Sarasota Dental Arts

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Composite Fillings & Bonding

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At Sarasota Dental Arts, we welcome your questions! Being informed is absolutely necessary for making good decisions about your healthcare. During your appointment, Dr. Aygen will sit down with you and discuss any conditions you have and the treatments we recommend, making sure you understand your care and approve before we begin.

If you find that you have questions about our practice, your dental health, and the services we offer in between appointments, check out the questions listed here on our Frequently Asked Questions page. If your question isn’t answered here or you would like more information, go ahead and give us a call or send us an email using the convenient online form on our Contact page. We’re happy to answer your questions and give you the information you need!

Composite Fillings & Bonding

Dental Patient | dental crowns sarasota fl If you’re wondering about fillings and crowns in Sarasota, FL, our knowledgeable team is here to help!

Treating dental decay and damage

Over time, everyone's teeth experience some level of decay. The treatment that you need will depend on how far the decay has progressed. Fillings can address small cavities, while crowns are often needed for more severe tooth decay. This is part of the reason that your dentist recommends you come in for a cleaning every 6 months - this allows your dentist to address any issues before they progress!

The proper restoration can work wonders to protect and prolong the life of your tooth. In some cases, a tooth-colored dental filling may do the trick, but other times a dental crown is more effective and can actually give your tooth another chance.

Dental Fillings

A filling is great to seal your tooth and keep out decay and bacteria. We create esthetic tooth-colored fillings that will match your smile, so that no one knows you have a filling. We can even use filling material to make repairs to your teeth, such as filling in chips.

Dental Crowns

If you sustain damage on a molar, especially if the structure of your tooth is affected by decay or a fracture, a dental crown can provide greater protection because it covers your entire tooth structure from the gumline to the chewing surface. Many patients opt to have porcelain crowns which can be designed to match the appearance of your existing teeth and blend in with your smile.

For high-quality fillings or dental crowns in the Sarasota, FL area, contact our dental office and schedule your next exam! We look forward to providing you with a comfortable and healthy smile.

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