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Your dentist will consider many or several factors when choosing which type of filling material is best for you; this includes the extent of the repair, whether you have allergies to certain dental materials, wherein your mouth the filling is needed and the cost.
Having a cavity is no day at the park. Not only is a cavity painful, but it can also affect your daily life from eating and chewing to speaking correctly. That’s where cavity fillings come into play. A cavity filling procedure is the most common way to resolve dental decay that has penetrated the dental enamel of a tooth.
You may experience some sensitivity and pain after receiving tooth fillings, but this discomfort should subside. Don't neglect your oral care routine. Instead, try products designed specifically to protect sensitive teeth. Crest Pro-Health Sensitive Plus Enamel Shield Toothpaste protects sensitive teeth, and also provides it protects against future tooth decay. In addition, Oral-B Glide Floss for sensitive gums shouldn’t irritate the area around tooth fillings.