Tooth Fillings

Thinking about getting tooth fillings in Rohnert Park to tackle those pesky cavities?

We’re all about keeping things simple and pain-free. Cavities, small as they may seem, can lead to bigger dental issues if left unattended. Tooth fillings are our tried-and-true solution, sealing off the damage and preventing future problems.

Need to sort out a cavity, or just want a check-up? Click the button below or drop a line to New Leaf Rohnert Park. We’ll ensure your smile stays strong and bright!

Why choose us for Rohnert Park tooth fillings

At New Leaf Rohnert Park, we provide a wide range of dental services to address all your dental concerns, including dental decay and cavities. As cavities and fillings make up a large part of any dental practice, we understand the importance of fillings for long-term dental health.

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Choosing the right dentist can make all the difference when it comes to the health of your teeth. At our office, we work with you to create an individualized treatment plan that works with your schedule. If we identify a cavity during your regular exam, we will work with you and recommend the best course of treatment. This includes the use of intra oral photography, allowing you to see the cavity up close and see the damage it is causing.

Our state-of-the-art technology allows us to treat your dental concerns in less time, with fewer return visits needed. Our CEREC® technology is superior when it comes to fillings, as well as other dental treatments, such as crowns, veneers, and dental implants.

Our experienced dental team knows the importance of good oral health and understands the desire to put your best smile forward. Our caring staff work with you to achieve these goals

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Tooth Fillings in Rohnert Park CA

The Benefits of Dental Fillings

Tooth decay and cavities are detrimental to your oral health. In addition to damaging the tooth, they can also contribute to bad breath. If left untreated, cavities can progress to the point where you need root canals and, in the worst case, you could lose your tooth.

Treating cavities with fillings offers many benefits, including:

Stop the progression of tooth decay.
Improve bad breath.
Protect the condition of your natural tooth.
Fillings that match your natural tooth color.
Avoid extensive dental procedures.
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How Fillings Can Make a Difference

Are you experiencing tooth pain or sensitivity? Do you see noticeable holes or dark spots on your teeth? Are there areas of your teeth that feel rough or uneven? Unfortunately, these symptoms are often signs that dental decay has created damage to the enamel of your teeth, often resulting in cavities. If left untreated, this damage can progress and, in worst case scenarios, lead to the loss of a tooth. But that doesn’t have to happen! Seeking dental care as soon as you experience these symptoms can help save your teeth and your smile.

Let Us Help You Keep Your Smile

At New Leaf Rohnert Park, our team provides a thorough exam, including intra oral photography, to identify any potential cavities and create an individualized treatment plan. Once filling treatment occurs, you can say goodbye to painful and sensitive teeth and hello to a beautiful and healthy smile.
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Our restorative dentistry services

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The New Leaf Guarantee

At New Leaf Rohnert Park, we take advantage of superior technology to offer you the best treatment options in a comfortable and friendly environment. We put you, the patient, first, offering individualized treatment plans designed to promote optimal oral health and a healthy, beautiful smile.

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Contact Us Today

Do not let dental decay and cavities keep you from enjoying your favorite meal or flashing your beautiful smile! If you suspect a cavity, seek treatment as soon as possible to avoid further damage.

For cavity treatment and fillings in Rohnert Park, contact your our office today to request an appointment and let us help you keep your teeth healthy and put your best smile forward.


What are tooth fillings?

When dental decay builds up on your teeth, it wears down the enamel. When this goes untreated, this breakdown can create a hole in your tooth, or a cavity. Dentists use fillings, made of an artificial material, to fill these cavities and prevent further decay and damage to your tooth. In addition, dental fillings can help repair cracked or chipped teeth where the enamel has broken off.

For a filling procedure, a dentist administers a local anesthetic to numb the area. Next, they remove the infected area of the tooth, and the tooth is cleaned and prepared for the filling.

Eddie Kuo, DDS offers composite resin fillings that have a natural appearance, giving you back your natural smile while restoring the function of your tooth.

Why do I need a tooth filling?

You may need a tooth filling if you have a cavity or tooth decay. Cavities can cause pain, sensitivity, and further damage to your tooth if left untreated. Fillings help to remove the decayed part of the tooth and replace it with a durable material, which protects the tooth from further damage and restores its function.

Are tooth fillings painful?

Getting a tooth filling is usually not painful, as your dentist will numb the area around the tooth before starting the procedure. You may feel some pressure or mild discomfort during the process, but most people don’t experience significant pain. After the filling is placed, you might have some sensitivity or discomfort, but this usually goes away within a few days.

How much do tooth fillings cost?

The cost of tooth fillings can vary depending on the type of material used and where you live. Amalgam fillings tend to be the least expensive, costing between $50 and $150 per tooth, while composite resin fillings cost between $90 and $250 per tooth. Porcelain and gold fillings are more expensive, costing between $250 and $4,500 per tooth. Most dental insurance plans cover at least part of the cost of tooth fillings, so be sure to check with your insurance provider and dentist to find out how much your treatment will cost.

How is a tooth filling done?

When you get a tooth filling, your dentist will first numb the area around the tooth to minimize discomfort. They will then remove the decayed part of the tooth using special tools. After the decay is removed, your dentist will clean the area and apply the filling material. The material is then shaped to match the natural contours of your tooth and hardened using a special light.

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