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290 Springfield Dr.

Suite 100

Bloomingdale, IL 60108

 Office: (630)-529-0027

 Fax: (630)-529-0068

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Fillings are used when decay or an old filling is removed from a tooth and replaced with a bonded         restorative material. Today, we most commonly use a dental composite. This is a Resin, or tooth         colored material.

A crown is used when the tooth’s enamel requires replacement due to decay, or fracture. This will         cover all of the exposed tooth structure, much like a hat or cap worn on your head. There are 3         different types of crowns:

  1. Porcelain or All Ceramic
  2. Porcelain Fused to Metal
  3. Gold

A restoration used to replace a missing tooth, consists of at least three teeth. Each tooth on         either side of the space is prepared for crowns. The bridge restoration is crowns fused together         and cemented onto the prepared teeth. One crown on each good tooth with a false tooth, called a         pontic, in-between. Bridges are made of a metal substructure, and then covered in porcelain         completely hiding the metal. In some circumstances all Porcelain bridges can be fabricated         depending on the location of the missing tooth.

Inlays are very similar to fillings. They are made of one piece of porcelain or gold bonded into the         preparation. Onlays are very similar to Inlays, but as the name suggests, it encompass the cusps or         points of the teeth. This restoration lies over the top of the tooth and is made of porcelain or gold.