Restoring or “filling” a broken or decayed tooth is a large part of what a dentist does every day. Damage to teeth can come in a variety of unpredictable ways, so several solutions are employed. In our office we have found that most patients prefer composite or “tooth-colored” fillings. Usually this will be the type of simple filling used except in baby teeth. For more extensive damage to a tooth, crowns (caps) or onlays (partial crowns) are used to hold the weakened tooth together and prevent breakage.
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