Dental fillings

Are You Watching For Cavities in Decatur?

Currently, around 90% of adults have cavities and almost 30% have untreated cavities. However, by taking a few required precautions, we can stave off tooth decay and lower our chances of getting cavities. At Decatur Smiles, cavity prevention is incredibly important to us. What causes a cavity? Every time we eat or drink, plaque bacteria

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Do You Eat A Tooth-Healthy Diet?

Maintaining healthy teeth is an important concern for our local Decatur dental patients. As your doctor, I’m dedicated to helping you care for your teeth and keep them healthy. Everyone in the Decatur knows that maintaining healthy teeth requires thorough daily brushing and flossing. Regular visits to your local Decatur dental practice is also necessary

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A Ginormous Cavity?

When we repair a decayed or damaged tooth at Decatur Smiles in Decatur AL, the procedure chosen depends on the location of the problem. If there is a chip, crack, or tooth decay on the biting surface of a tooth, an onlay or inlay is often created to restore it. Inlays and onlays are usually

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Decatur Smiles Patients Have A Choice In Dental Fillings

This post from the dentist at Decatur Smiles in Decatur AL is about filling cavities with a material that matches the color of your teeth. We like to see you for a dental checkup every six months. That way, we catch any new cavities that may be developing in your teeth, and fill them. When

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Say Goodbye To Old Amalgam Fillings

Do you remember what your teeth looked like before you had your first dental filling? When you opened your mouth to laugh or yawn, all anyone could see were your pearly whites. Then came cavities and silver fillings. At Decatur Smiles in Decatur AL, we can make those telltale fillings vanish. Well, maybe not vanish.

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