Christine Kwon, D.M.D.
Henry Hur, D.M.D.
Gabrielle DeMille, D.M.D.
Caitlin Forgetta, DMD.

Dental Fillings In Amesbury, MA

Your Trusted Local Dental Fillings In Amesbury, MA

Centerpoint Dental of Amesbury, MA is pleased to offer a variety of restorative dental service offerings including top of the line dental fillings to those located in and around Amesbury, MA. No matter if you need a cavity filled, have a filling that fell out or have another dental issue that requires a filling, we would be thrilled to help you! Our goal as a practice is to get you feeling and looking your best, giving you a healthy and beautiful smile. Contact us today to learn more and to set up your appointment for a dental filling. We look forward to assisting you soon.


What Is A Dental Filling?

A dental filling is a very common dental procedure that many people around the world undergo. Dental fillings themselves can be described as a single or combination of a variety of materials used to repair or restore a tooth or several teeth. The most common way a filling is performed is to fill a cavity, as our dentist fills the area of tooth that has decayed. We also use fillings to repair and restore cracked, grinded down and broken teeth. Do you think you need a tooth filled? If so, contact Centerpoint Dental today, we would thrilled to be able to asses your teeth.

Do I Need A Dental Filling?

There are many reasons why one may need a dental filling. The best way to truly know if you need a filling is by coming into our dental practice and getting a full assessment done by one of our skilled dentists. A filling is almost necessary when:

  • There is a severe amount of tooth decay.
  • The tooth decay is causing severe pain.
  • There are cracks in the teeth.
  • There is strong amounts of discoloration. 

To find out if you need a dental filling, contact us today to schedule your very own assessment. 


Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Fillings:

Fillings last usually around 10-15 years, depending on care.

When you get a tooth filled you may experience some slight tooth pain or sensitivity. However, it should resolve in 1-2 weeks. 

No! However, like other dental restorations, fillings may become loose or damaged over time, but this is highly unlikely.

If you have any other questions feel free to contact our office directly!

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