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Restorative Dentistry – Fitchburg, MA

Repair Damaged &
Decayed Teeth with
Durable Restorations

Woman with healthy smile after restorative dentistry

At Super Dental, we use the latest technology and materials that the dental world has to offer to provide you with beautiful and long-lasting restorations. Damaged and decayed teeth are known to cause uncomfortable symptoms like dental sensitivity, and when they’re left untreated, they can result in additional damage to your smile. To keep your grin healthy and provide damaged teeth with trusted protection, we offer multiple options for restorative dentistry in Fitchburg, MA, like dental crowns and tooth-colored fillings.

Why Choose Super Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Convenient Same-Day
    Restorations
  • Advanced
    Dental Technology
  • Biocompatible Cavity
    Fillings

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Animated smile during tooth-colored filling placement

In the past, dentists would use amalgam fillings to treat cavities. These were made from a metal compound that consisted of mercury and a variety of noble metals. Not only were they harsh on your gums, but they also caused several aesthetic problems, like gum discoloration, and weren’t able to create a tight seal between your tooth and the filling. This typically resulted in decay forming despite the presence of the filling. At Super Dental, we use a biocompatible material called composite resin that not only blends in with your surrounding pearly whites, but it also chemically fuses with your enamel to provide lasting protection.

Dental Crowns

Animated smile during dental crown placement

If you have a severely broken or decayed tooth, we may suggest a dental crown to be placed over the top of it to prevent additional discomfort and damage. These are cap-shaped structures that fit over the visible biting surface of teeth to shield and protect them. While they can be made from a variety of materials, you will likely want a crown that is crafted from tooth-colored ceramic or porcelain because it’s virtually indistinguishable from natural enamel. Once placed, you will be able to continue using your tooth as you normally would.

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