Dental fillings are necessary for a healthy smile. Restorative dental fillings are used to repair teeth that have been damaged by things such as trauma or cavities. Charlotte Emergency Dental's fillings are made of composite, a white material that will blend in with the natural color of the rest of your teeth.
They are aesthetically pleasing, protect your teeth from damage, and prevent painful toothaches or sensitivity. Fortunately, there are different ways to prevent further damage and reverse the effects of decay.
One solution is getting a dental filling from Charlotte emergency dentists at Charlotte Emergency Dental. Here’s what you need to know about dental fillings:
Charlotte Emergency Dental is a dental clinic that provides dental services for people in need of urgent care. We’re open seven days a week, with extended hours. Our team of dentists and dental assistants can provide dental care for various dental situations.
While we do offer emergency dental services, we also provide general dentistry services.No matter your reason for visiting, we will take care of you!
We are located at 4010 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC.
Restorative dental fillings are used to repair teeth that have been damaged by things such as trauma or cavities. Our fillings are made of composite, a white material that will blend in with the natural color of the rest of your teeth. Not only are they aesthetically beneficial, but they will protect the damage in your tooth and prevent painful tooth aches or sensitivity.
Cavities are tooth decay that has gone untreated for too long. Once a cavity has progressed to a certain point, the only way to treat it is through a dental filling. There are a few warning signs that indicate you might need a dental filling.
You may need a dental filling if any of the following is true:
You may be wondering how a dental filling is made. First, your dentist will remove the decayed part of your tooth to make room for the filling. Then, he will clean your teeth and apply a unique tooth-colored filling material to the hole.
Dental fillings, such as composite resin, are usually made from a material designed to harden and bond with your tooth. Composite resin is usually made from a material designed to harden and bond with your teeth. Conventional dental fillings are made of ceramic, gold, silver, or different materials.
However, they are often replaced when they wear out, break, or start to cause more damage to the teeth. This is because dental fillings made of conventional materials can cause some damage to your mouth.
Some of the most common types include amalgam fillings (usually made of composite resin and containing roughly 60% mercury), composite resin, and ceramic fillings.
Dental fillings come in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes, so you have many options for finding one that fits your needs. Many choose gold and ceramic dental fillings because they are more durable than others.
There are also hybrid fillings that combine the best qualities of all three types—this is particularly common with gold or silver amalgam composite fillings. One last type of filling, sometimes used in high-risk cases, is an all-ceramic filling.
All-ceramic dental fillings are made from a single material with the same composition as tooth enamel, making them much more durable than regular composites or amalgams.
The benefits of dental fillings are apparent. They keep teeth healthy and strong, which means they’ll last a long time and be less likely to decay. They also protect against unwanted and other harmful bacteria that can cause cavities.
Even though dental fillings are a popular way to protect your teeth, you should always be careful about how you choose them. Be sure that the dentist uses quality materials and that you get the right size or shape for your mouth.
If you don’t like the look or feel of your filling, it probably isn’t for you. A good rule of thumb is to only use natural fillings in your mouth—if something feels off, it probably is!
At Charlotte Emergency, we focus on premier care and beautiful, healthy smiles for all our patients. Through our experienced and caring staff, we want to ensure that each customer has a positive experience throughout the process. Each client is treated as a family member, and we go above and beyond to ensure their satisfaction.
If you need dental services due to a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to contact the team at Charlotte Emergency. You can reach us at 704-525-3939 or email us at [email protected].
Our promise is quality-driven service. Our experienced, caring staff aims to ensure convenient dental treatment for every patient.
Everyone was very nice from the moment I walked in. The doctor himself made me feel very comfortable and confident that nothing would go wrong. This place was excellent! And pain free! They saved me from having to go to an oral surgeon and he was able to get my tooth out within 10 minutes the SAME DAY I called!
I have terrible anxiety when it comes to dental work but I desperately needed my wisdom tooth removed. I went in scared to death and wound up leaving so excited about the experience! Once they numbed my gums it took maybe 2 minutes to pull it! Everyone was so nice and able to answer my questions and bear with my trepidation!
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Do I have to have an emergency to visit?
No, we are available for your immediate needs as well as for full service general dentistry needs! Our dentists are able to provide a wide range of dental treatment options no matter what your reason is for visiting.
How can I pay for my treatment?
Payment is due at time of service. Care Credit is available for financing. We also accept all major credit cards and cash. No personal checks accepted.
Do you perform oral surgery?
No. We do not have oral surgeons on staff, however, our general dentists will extract most teeth based on diagnosis. All of our dentists are licensed in the state of North Carolina.
Can I have a tooth extracted on my first consultation?
We make every effort to provide same day treatment. However, there may be some circumstances that prevent us from doing so. Your doctor will discuss every option with you at your time of visit.
Do you accept insurance?
We’re not in network with any dental insurance but we can provide the appropriate paperwork to file for reimbursement (if applicable)
No worries! We offer a wide range of general dentistry services – so rest assured, we’ve got you covered!
We have temporarily updated our hours, reflected below.
MONDAY to FRIDAY
9:00am – 7:00pm
SATURDAY to SUNDAY
9:00am – 3:00pm