- Choose the filling that best suits your smile
- We’re open as late as 8 p.m.
- Enjoy pain-free chewing & eating again
Even if you faithfully visit the dentist twice a year as recommended, cavities may make an appearance in your smile. Don’t worry if this happens to you – Oakmont Advanced Dentistry can repair your decayed tooth and help prevent more invasive dental work. Tooth fillings in Oakmont:
- Stop tooth decay and restore your tooth to full function
- Put an end to your pain so you can eat what you want
- Can last for decades before needing replacement
- Prevent damage to your gums and healthy teeth
Call our dental team today to schedule your appointment: 412-828-3311. Our practice is across the street from Vocelli Pizza, right in the heart of Oakmont.
Repair Your Tooth With Your Choice of Dental Fillings
Rather than offering just a single option, we believe in giving our patients choices in their dental care. That’s why we have several types of fillings we can use for tooth repair. At your appointment, we’ll be happy to discuss them with you and answer any questions you might have. You can choose from:
- Traditional Metal Amalgam Fillings – These silver fillings have stood the test of time – they’ve been used for more than 150 years around the world. They are durable and last longer than composite fillings. Plus, amalgam fillings are the least expensive filling option.
- Composite Resin Fillings – Many patients choose this filling type because it is tooth-colored and blends in naturally with your other teeth. If you would rather have a non-metal filling, composite is the go-to option.
- Porcelain Fillings – Porcelain will match your tooth color and can last for decades without needing replacement. These fillings will feel more like a natural tooth than other filling options. Porcelain is often used when the damaged area is larger than a traditional filling will repair.
- Gold Fillings – Gold won’t corrode and is the best material for withstanding the powerful forces of biting and chewing. Although these fillings are more expensive than others, they are a great option for patients who like the look of gold rather than silver.