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Think you may have a cavity? Need to repair a chipped tooth? Looking for dental fillings in North Potomac, MD? When you need a quick fix to repair a chipped or cracked tooth, tooth fillings might be the best option for you. In the past dental fillings were done using different metals; the problem with these is that the metal doesn’t bond so well to the tooth, which can leave gaps in between and allow bacteria to grow. They are also very noticeable and not discreet at all.

Here at Potomac Crown Dentistry, we care about our patients’ well-being, so we opt for healthier materials that we know won’t have an effect on our patients’ health. Tooth-colored fillings are made with a composite resin that is not only more discreet but also better for your health. Tooth fillings allow us to fill the gaps and cracks and improve the appearance and shape of your teeth.

Dental fillings are a form of restorative treatment that will improve the appearance of your tooth or teeth, return functionality and structure to your bite and strengthen your teeth overall. Cavities and caries can cause damage to the tooth, but once it has been cleaned, dental fillings are a great way to repair the damage.

Do you want to get rid of that gap between your teeth? Do you have odd-shaped or sized teeth? If the answer is yes, then you ought to consider this treatment. We do not have silver fillings, all our dental fillings are metal-free, and it is a quick and painless procedure.

If you have silver fillings, they can be replaced and removed here at Potomac Crown Dentistry by our highly experienced dentists. Call us today at (301) 359-1600, or visit us at 11908 Darnestown Road, Suite A, North Potomac, MD 20878.

Reveal A New You

Dr. Simranjit S. Bawa

DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery)

Dr. Bawa is a gentle, caring dentist who is committed to providing quality care and remaining aware of the latest advancements in dentistry.

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