Keep Your Smile Strong and Healthy with Dental Fillings

Almost everyone has had to deal with cavities at some time in their life. Children, in particular, are prone to cavities due to their sweet tooths and poor oral hygiene habits. If you do get one or more cavities, dental fillings treatment can repair the damage and keep the infection from spreading. At Innovative Dental by Dr. A, Dr. A uses composite fillings for cavity and tooth decay treatment. Prompt treatment with tooth-colored restorations can preserve the health and beauty of your smile long-term.

Dangers of Tooth Decay

Although tooth decay can be prevented, it’s still a major problem in society today. Even small cavities can cause extensive damage to your teeth. Undetected decay will only grow worse with time, putting your whole mouth at risk. As cavities grow, they eat away at your tooth enamel and threaten to damage your tooth’s blood vessels and nerves, which can kill your tooth. Cavities can cause painful chewing, chronic bad breath and eventually could lead to tooth loss.

Treating cavities early will put a stop to decay and restore your oral health. Dr. A will remove the decay and repair your tooth with a tooth colored restoration to protect it from future infection. Composite fillings restore the health and function of decayed teeth and protect healthy teeth from infection.

Why choose Composite Resin to help your smile reach its full potential?

Benefits of Composite Resin Fillings
Composite resin is a modern solution to the metal amalgam fillings used for many years in dentistry. Dentists and individuals choose composite resin filings for many reasons

Benefits of Composite resin fillings:

Composite resin is a modern solution to the metal amalgam fillings used for many years in dentistry. Dentists and individuals choose composite resin filings for many reasons mainly because it is tooth coloured and can fix many cosmetic issues including cracks. They can be used effectively on both the front and back teeth as well.


The white cosmetic filings merge well with teeth and don’t change the appearance of your smile. Composite resin does not contain metal, which can cause allergies and adverse health effects. Composite resin is a more conventional option as less natural tooth structure requires to be removed during the filings process. Composite resin expands and contracts similarly to natural teeth when exposed to heat and cold; this makes teeth less prone to damage after treatment.

If you would like to fix your cavities, make an appointment with us today!

Benefits of Composite Resin Tooth-Colored Fillings

Composite fillings are esthetically pleasing due to their tooth colored appearance, which makes them less noticeable when you smile. Even if your pearly whites have fillings, they can still maintain their white appearance. Composite fillings:

  • Form a tight bond with your teeth, making them less likely to come loose.
  • Strengthen your tooth structure while protecting your teeth from future infection.
  • Require less drilling, which keeps more of your tooth structure intact.
  • Don’t contract or expand with temperature changes in your mouth, reducing tooth sensitivity.
  • Offer long-lasting protection against future decay to preserve tooth health and function for the future

White Cavity Fillings Near Me in Philadelphia, PA

To schedule composite filling cavity treatment at Innovative Dental by Dr. A, contact your Philadelphia, PA dentist today at (215) 624-1935.

Dr. Anirudh Patel

Dr. Anirudh Patel board-certified Best dentist at Innovative Dental by Dr. A in the area of Philadelphia PA

Dr. Anirudh Patel is a board-certified dentist at Innovative Dental by Dr. A in Philadelphia. A graduate of Case Western Reserve University, the University of Maryland (magna cum laude), and the Academy of Modern Implant Dentistry, Dr. A is a board-certified American Dental Association (ADA) member and a member of Spear Education and the Spear Study Club and Phelan Dental Seminars.

He is currently pursuing his general dentistry fellowship and is qualified in all dental specialties, including dental surgery, full mouth rehabilitation, orthodontics, cosmetic and general dentistry. After practicing dentistry for eight years, Dr. A received the award in 2022.