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"I’m so impressed with Dr. Kainth’s office and staff. They were all so friendly and Dr. Kainth was very attentive and warmingly friendly. Dr. Kainth really cared about my dental health, asking a lot of background questions and really listened to my questions and concerns."
- Theresa
"Me and my wife had our first visit (our last dentist visit was in FL 9 months ago). Their staff are friendly and make you feel at ease. Dr. Kainth was impressive and very caring. He tells you exactly what needs to be done (unlike other dentists where they push for unnecessary procedures)."
- Vman
"I just wanted to thank you and your staff for being extremely friendly and helpful. I normally don’t write regarding service but yours was so outstanding that I had to say something. I got the feeling that your practice really cared about me, my health, and my financial needs."
- Kimberly
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Before we proceed with any dental work, we’ll talk to you about the cost of treatment and available payment options we have available.
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Small Private Office
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Our Mission
We promise to provide quality dentistry, in a comfortable, caring, professional and friendly environment. We take pride in listening to our patient’s needs and desires for their oral health and appearance while developing a trusting doctor - patient relationship. We believe this is how dentistry is meant to be practiced.
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As a Coolbreeze Dentistry patient, you’ll have access to the advanced treatment methods you need to stay healthy.
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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Most adults will have to have at least one filling in their lifetime. In fact, dental cavities are the second most common disease all over the world!

In the past, the only option was an unattractive metal filling known as amalgam. Because of their dark gray color, amalgam fillings were quite visible against your white tooth. The good news is that today’s composite fillings are tooth-colored.

They not only provide a more esthetic way to fill cavities because they blend in with your natural tooth color, but they are also strong and effective.

Early signs of cavities can include brown spots on teeth or sudden sensitivity to sweets or colds. If you suspect you might have a cavity that needs filling, don’t put off a trip to the dentist. Call Cool Breeze Dentistry today!

The Steps Involved for Filling a Tooth

When you go in for your appointment, Dr. Satvinder Kainth will first numb the area to be treated. Then the decayed portion of the tooth will be removed. Once the area is clear and the tooth is ready for the filling, the composite material will be placed in the area.

After the filling is in, it will be polished and finished. Dr. Kainth will continue to make adjustments to the filling until biting down on it is comfortable.

You can feel confident with your new filling. Composite fillings bond to the tooth structure, meaning they are strong and secure.

The Advantages of Composite, Tooth-Colored Fillings

Because today’s composite fillings can be made to match the color of your natural teeth, they are particularly useful for filling cavities at the front of your mouth. The material can also be used for repairing cracks and chips in teeth.

In addition to the obvious esthetic reasons, there are other benefits to composite fillings. They can be placed with less of the natural tooth needing to be prepared, meaning patients enjoy a quicker procedure—and less time in the dental chair.

The composite material is less likely to expand and contract due to hot or cold foods and beverages, so fracture is less likely.

Caring for Your Teeth After Getting a Composite Filling

Beyond regular brushing and flossing, there is no special care needed to take care of a composite filling. Just continue to follow good oral hygiene practices, including visiting your dentist twice each year for examinations and cleanings.

Some patients report feeling some tooth sensitivity right after they get their feeling, but this is fairly typical. In almost all cases, the sensitivity goes away. If it is particularly bothersome, an over-the-counter desensitizing toothpaste can be helpful. If it remains after a few weeks, be sure to call Dr. Kainth and let him know.


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  • Complete Dental Exam
  • Gum Disease Screening
  • Oral Cancer Screening
  • Dental X-Rays
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