Is It Time To Replace Your Old, Metal Dental Fillings? [video]
How long is too long to replace your old, metal fillings? Deborah had her dental fillings for 45 years before she came to Hubbard & Leath Dental.
She had difficulty eating foods that were hot or cold, but that’s changed now. After getting new tooth-colored fillings to replace her old ones, she can eat whatever she wants without any teeth sensitivity issues. (And her smile looks pretty good, too.)
Dental fillings are a simple but important part of restorative dentistry. Many times getting a filling now can prevent you from needing a more expensive treatment later.