Cavity Fillings at Dental Depot are a Common Procedure
Even if patients eat healthy foods, practice good oral hygiene, and receive routine dental care, tooth decay is sometimes unavoidable. When decayed areas are small, they can be treated with a minor, minimally invasive restoration called a filling. This treatment will fill the decayed area of a tooth while protecting it from future damage. If those in need of a filling desire a discreet restoration, they can choose a tooth-colored material called composite resin. This material is made from durable glass and plastic and can be tinted to match the exact coloring of biological teeth. A composite resin filling will not affect the aesthetics of a smile but will provide effective protection against future damage to a tooth.
To learn more about fillings, call a Dental Depot nearest you to reserve an appointment.
This article originally ran in the Winter 2020 issue of IMPACT Newsmagazine for Dental Depot. Sylvia Pollard-Driggins, Internationally recognized humanitarian, entrusts her smile to Dental Depot Sylvia Pollard-Driggins is known for many things; she’s an accomplished singer, author, composer and humanitarian. Her contributions to improving the lives of children, especially those with special needs or
UPDATED: Thursday, March 26, 2020 STATUS: Dental Depot is continuing to see emergency patients by appointment only. Individual offices have adjusted their hours to better serve our patients and staff. If you experience a dental emergency or have concerns, please call us. Upcoming Appointments: If you’ve been to an affected area in the last 14
The following anthology was published in the Winter 2020 issue of IMPACT Newsmagazine to celebrate the wonderful women who practice dentistry at Dental Depot for Women’s History Month, March 2020. These stories begin with Dr. Jan Henry’s journey to becoming a dentist, and the incredible role she’s played in supporting other women in dentistry. Then,