Cavities, also known as tooth decay, are extremely common. So common, in fact, that according to the CDC, about 90% of adults in the United States have had at least one at some point in their lives. That staggering number indicates that almost everyone in the U.S. has had or will need a dental filling, but interestingly, many people have
Dental care has advanced greatly in the last 20 or so years. One of the great advances has been in the invention of “tooth-colored” dental fillings. These fillings offer all the benefits of traditional “fillings” with the added advantage of looking natural in your teeth. In fact, most people will never know you’ve had a filling unless you tell them.
When you get a cavity in your tooth, you’ll need to get a filling done by your dentist in Florida before the decay reaches the inner pulp. Otherwise, the pain will likely begin in earnest and it’ll be more difficult to save your tooth. When getting a filling, you’ll likely have a choice of what type to get, including tooth