You deserve the safest, most natural-looking fillings for cavity repair to prevent further damage

Non Toxic Dental Fillings in Columbia MO Area

An estimated 92% of American adults have cavities, and it is also the most common childhood illness. Decay manifests itself as holes or eroded areas of the tooth. Untreated, these cavities can cause painful infections, and teeth may become damaged beyond repair.  While Chase Patton, DDS, works with patients in … Continue reading

Protect Your Teeth and Look Your Best with Restorative Fillings

Restorative Fillings in Columbia MO Area

Not so long ago, dental fillings were made with a metallic material that filled holes in teeth but made them look less attractive. However, composite fillings (or tooth-colored fillings) have become increasingly popular. These fillings blend in seamlessly with your natural smile. Dr. Chase Patton of Chase Patton, DDS, in … Continue reading

Columbia-area patients learn about the advantages of composite dental fillings

Columbia Area Patients Learn About the Advantages of Composite Dental Fillings

Although most adult dental patients have good brushing and flossing habits, problems such as cavities and gum disease can occur. When a cavity develops, it must be addressed as soon as possible to prevent it from getting bigger. Cavities that are deep within the tooth can lead to infection and … Continue reading

Treat tooth decay with composite dental fillings in Columbia, MO

Composite Dental Filling at Chase Patton DDS office in Columbia Area

Many people prefer to avoid the dentist but caring for your teeth sooner will prevent costly and time-consuming procedures later. Dr. Patton offers patients in the Columbia, MO, area composite dental fillings for a discrete restoration to your smile.  How tooth decay affects your oral health Tooth decay is caused … Continue reading

Why Columbia, MO patients choose composite tooth-colored fillings for cavities

Composite Tooth-Colored Fillings for Cavities in Columbia, MO Area

Dentists are always educating patients on the importance of keeping their smile healthy with routine cleanings, biannual examinations with their dentist, and with proper home health care, including brushing and flossing. However, some patients may still develop problems such as dental decay. Also known as cavities, these areas of decay … Continue reading