White Fillings

White fillings are available in Burlington, KY and Crestview Hills to help prevent cavities in baby teeth.If cavities in baby teeth are affecting your child’s smile, we must take action early. If caught early enough, most cavities in baby teeth can be fixed with composite fillings! White fillings are a fast, conservative, and affordable treatment that will keep your child’s smile healthy and strong.

Cavities in baby teeth should not be ignored. Decay continues to spread and may damage multiple teeth or cause an infection. Fortunately, early treatment is comfortable and easy.

The difference between silver amalgam and composite fillings:

Unlike silver amalgam fillings, white fillings match the color of the natural teeth, and bond to the tooth. Other fillings can rely on mechanical retention alone to stay in place.

Just like traditional fillings, white fillings (also called composite fillings) strengthen the tooth and stop decay. White fillings offer both visual and functional benefits that are not found in silver fillings.

Child received white fillings in Northern Kentucky at Pediatric Dental Center.Your child can keep their beautiful smile!

Of course, every parent wants their child to have a confident smile. We want to see your child smile and laugh as much as possible!

White fillings will reverse smile defects while also keep the smile looking natural. Composite fillings are also durable. They are color blended specifically to complement your child’s smile. Composite fillings were originally used in the front teeth for their aesthetic benefits, but they are now used in the back teeth as well because of their dependability.

White fillings often last between about 7 and 10 years. Help your child brush and floss their teeth diligently, and maintain twice-a-year appointments with your pediatric dentist.

Why treat cavities in baby teeth?

We recommend treating cavities in baby teeth because cavities deepen over time. The baby teeth will eventually fall out—but before they do, a cavity may damage the surrounding teeth or affect your child’s overall health. We want to help your child avoid infection and discomfort, and simply enjoy a reliable smile.

To schedule an appointment with our outstanding pediatric professionals, call The Pediatric Dental Center today!

Related Content