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Metal-Free Restorations in Conyers

Rebuild Teeth Seamlessly

So it’s been determined that your smile is in need of a new dental crown, inlay, onlay, or other restoration. Many patients deflate at this news because they’re picturing an addition to their smile that is silver, gold, or otherwise noticeably unnatural. Here in Conyers, Dr. Amin understands these concerns very well, and we want to put your mind to rest. Our practice is home to several different restorative materials, including high-quality dental ceramic that’s a virtually perfect match for your natural tooth enamel. Please contact us today if you’re interested in learning more about this aesthetics-friendly option, or if you’re ready to schedule a first appointment.

What are the Benefits of Metal-Free Restorations?

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The biggest benefit, of course, is the appearance factor. Metal-free restorations blend right in with the rest of your natural teeth, and it’s very likely that the people around you won’t realize there’s been a change. Dental ceramic even reflects light in the same way as your original enamel does!

Additionally, metal-free restorations are comfortable in the mouth and surprisingly durable. Their 100% biocompatible nature is a good fit for patients who have struggled with sensitivities or even outright allergies to common dental metals in the past

What Kinds of Metal-Free Dental Services Are Available?

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  • Dental crowns are a very common type of metal-free restoration that is used to restore teeth that have become structurally compromised or badly decayed. With all-ceramic dental crowns, patients won’t have to worry about a dark line forming near the gum line over time! Additionally, these crowns can also be combined into an attractive and durable dental bridge that replaces consecutive missing teeth.
  • Dental inlays and onlays are a quality restorative solution for patients who have a tooth that cannot support a filling but is not quite ready for a dental crown. Inlays are designed to be placed between tooth cusps, while onlays fit over one or more cusps and can cover the side of a tooth.
  • Tooth-colored fillings are a solution to cavities and an alternative to the traditional amalgam model that many adults are very familiar with. Our team will use a flexible composite resin that’s shaded to be a precise match with the enamel.
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