Getting a tooth filled doesn’t have to be an awful experience. Dr. Marshall and Dr. Jasek offer Orland Park tooth fillings that will:Read Transcript
A cavity is a part of the tooth that is rotting away. And what we want to do with that is remove that, because it's a diseased part of the tooth. So what we do with that is we remove the diseased part, and you put a natural-colored tooth filling in that area. So it's so important to remove the decay from the tooth and put in a filling to stop the disease process and help you to prevent getting further infection or other issues down the line. We do use a tooth-colored filling; we don't use silver fillings anymore. So that is very convenient, and you can smile with more confidence.
- Repair tooth damage and help you avoid further problems
- Allow you to feel confident in the beauty of your smile
- Make biting and chewing more comfortable
- Last for many years with no special care or attention
Call us today to get your tooth filled: 708-858-9591. We’re located at 7630 W. 159th St., in the 60462 ZIP code.
Our Dental Fillings Will Make Your Teeth Good as New
Even with good oral hygiene and regular checkups twice a year, you may still develop a cavity at some point. Many of our patients do, so it’s nothing to be alarmed about. Dr. Marshall and Dr. Jasek offer tooth-colored composite fillings that will repair the damage and get your smile back into shape.
For anesthetic, we will use The Wand® to numb only the tooth we’re working on. For you, that means comfortable tooth repair without the use of a syringe. Plus, you can go home or back to work without half of your face numb like you would with traditional anesthetic.
Our composite, metal-free fillings will blend in seamlessly with your smile without causing you any of the embarrassment associated with metal fillings. You’ll never have to worry about others seeing a silver surface on your teeth when you laugh or yawn. All they’ll see is beautiful, natural-looking teeth that don’t attract unwanted attention.
We Offer More Extensive Repair If Needed
Sometimes a tooth is so decayed or damaged that a standard filling won’t work. For these situations, we can use an inlay or onlay to repair your smile. These custom porcelain restorations bond to the top of a tooth (inlay) or to the top and sides (onlay).
We’ll use our iTero Intraoral Scanner to create digital impressions without using any messy goop that traditional impressions require. Then, our lab partner will craft your new inlay or onlay to exact specifications. Once it is ready, you’ll return to our office and Dr. Marshall or Dr. Jasek will carefully bond it into place.