Metal-Free Dental Treatments
At the office of Angela M. Osborn, DDS, PC we are committed to providing our patients with the best treatment available. Gone are the days of metallic dental restorations. We offer metal-free dentistry as an alternative to many traditional treatment options. We use non-metallic, biocompatible materials in your procedures. Our tooth-colored fillings, crowns and bridges are made from porcelain, ceramic or other tooth-colored materials.
The use of metals in your fillings, crowns and bridges can potentially pose a health risk. Additionally, the use of metal in your teeth can increase your sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures. Silver fillings can be unattractive in your smile too, drawing unwanted attention to your dental restorations. As an alternative, our dentist offers healthy alternatives like composite dental fillings, which can stabilize your damaged tooth, while looking completely natural.
Additionally, we can remove previous metal fillings and restorations, replacing them with a safe, beautiful non-metal restoration. If you have metal fillings, crowns or bridges, you can set up an appointment with Dr. Angela Osborn to identify if you would benefit from a restoration replacement.
If you have questions about our metal-free dental treatments in Lone Tree, Colorado, call our office today at 303-799-9993! We would be happy to answer all of your questions about the side effects and health risks associated with certain metals, and what our office is doing to keep our patients safe.
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