What Won’t Happen During A Filling

There are things that you know will happen during your dental filling. You know that we will address your tooth decay, remove some tissue, and then fill the opening to restore your smile. However, what about things that won’t be happening? By considering such factors, you may find that you feel much more relaxed about coming in for this restorative treatment that will save your tooth!

It Won’t Take Long

You won’t be in our chair for very long if you need a dental filling, so don’t worry! Fixing your tooth up as there result of your cavity will not significantly impact your day. We will see you for a very efficient appointment and you can then get back to your usual daily schedule!

You Won’t Feel Much

You probably know this already but we like to remind patients that dental fillings are comfortable. This is because we use a local anesthetic to make sure that you don’t experience discomfort.

We Won’t Remove More Tissue Than Is Necessary

We provide our patients with tooth-colored dental fillings. One of the major benefits is that this means we don’t need to remove as much tissue as we might if we were to place a metal filling. So, you will only lose as much tissue as is absolutely necessary to treat your decay.

We Won’t Make Your Tooth Look Worse

As mentioned, we will place a tooth-colored filling. This means that you don’t have to worry about your tooth looking unsightly due to addressing decay. Instead, it will look better!

You Won’t Feel Unsure About What’s Happening

You won’t feel like you don’t know what’s going on during your dental filling. We will be happy to let you know what’s going on throughout your procedure and to answer any questions you may have!

Treat Decay With A Filling ASAP

See us for your dental filling soon, should you require care for a cavity. Call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We proudly serve patients and their families from Cleveland, Kingwood, New Caney, Conroe, Livingston, Huffman, and all surrounding communities.