June 23, 2017
Composite and amalgam restorations replace missing tooth structure. If your teeth have experienced severe tooth decay, and external trauma, then they may have chipped, broken, or fractured.
Prosthodontist and restorative dentist Dr. Gary Horblitt can fix all these issues and more with composite and amalgam restorations. He has almost three decades of expertise with restorations, and will assess what kind of composite and amalgam restoration suits your dental problems. Teeth must be prepared for composite and amalgam restorations. This may involve cutting the tooth to remove parts that are decayed or weakened. Once the tooth is ready for its restoration, it’s time for the filling.
One of the main benefits of a composite restoration is that the resin is color-matched to your natural teeth. Composite restorations are a good cosmetic solution to fill in decayed or broken teeth.
An amalgam restoration is easy to apply, and has strength and durability. It’s also great for the budget. An amalgam restoration also has longevity. It’s an excellent restorative option for back teeth, where chewing forces are greatest.
Revitalizing Smiles is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care with the goal of our patients leaving happy and more than satisfied with the outcome of their appointment.
We'd recommend Dr. Horblitt and his team to anyone looking for a professional and kind dentist.
When I was done with my procedure I was definitely pleased with the results...I'm going to be recommending Dr. Horblitt to some others...
Dr. Horblitt and the Revitalizing Smiles team made my smile shine and I'm so happy. Thank you so much!!!"
Can’t thank Dr. Horblitt and his staff at Revitalizing Smiles enough! They helped me with some serious oral health issues.