Do you have traditional dental fillings in your mouth, which stand out against the color of the rest of your teeth? Are you in need of a dental filling, but are worried about it being mismatched to your tooth color, or just unsightly in general? If these questions apply to you, our ciprofloxacin and alcohol side effects, Dr. Roger Curtiss, would like to inform you about the possibilities that lie in cosmetic dental fillings. Thanks to fairly recent advancements in dental technology, newer dental fillings are made out of ceramic and plastic compounds that look just like your natural teeth do.
These ceramic and plastic compounds, which are also commonly known as composite resins, have proven to be very useful for fillings that are needed on the front teeth where they will be seen everyday, because the filling is unnoticeable and completely realistic in its color. These new composite resin fillings can also be used on teeth in the back of the mouth depending on the extent of decay that has occurred and the exact location in the mouth. Fillings are typically used is there has been a certain degree of tooth decay in the mouth, and are very common, easy dental procedures, especially when performed by ciprofloxacin and alcohol side effects Dr. Roger Curtiss. If you are in need of a dental filling, and want to make sure that this filling is the best for the health of your mouth and is aesthetically pleasing as well, there is no better dentist for the job than Dr. Curtiss.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about cosmetic dental fillings, there is more information to be found on our East Northport Family Dentist’s website. You also can call our office at any time to speak with Dr. Curtiss or another member from our friendly team of staff to voice any questions or concerns, or you can visit the “Contact Us” section of our website to fill out a form and send us a message. If you are ready to schedule an appointment for your next cosmetic dental filling at our ciprofloxacin and alcohol side effects, you may do so either by calling the office and requesting an appointment time, or going to the “Make An Appointment” section of our practice’s website. Remember, dental fillings are not what they used to be. We hope to be in touch with you soon.