Empire Dental Care: Dental Cavity Fillings In Webster Done Right

by | Nov 20, 2020 | Blog Posts

Empire Dental Care - Dental Cavity Fillings In Webster Done Right

If you have a tooth that’s been damaged due to injury or decay, you may be looking online and find a wide variety of information. What do you really need to know about cavity fillings in Webster, and how can you find the right dentist for you?

Regular Checkups and Cleanings Are Key

When it comes to dental care, people often wait until they have a problem before seeking a dentist. Whether you’ve had a bad experience before or you’re just nervous about what a dental visit would entail, you may have put regular checkups and cleaning of your teeth on the backburner of priority.

The problem, though, is that good oral hygiene and dental care are more important to your overall health than you may realize [1], and you may only find you have a problem or a cavity when it starts to hurt.

That’s why the experienced team at Empire Dental Care works to make sure your dental experience is one you’ll always feel comfortable with. Led by Dr. Tehila Cohen, we strive to ensure that you always have a caring, gentle touch in each of your cleanings and checkups. Regular checkups and dental cleanings you look forward to will also mean we’ll be able to find possible issues before they begin to hurt.

Cavity Fillings In Webster: What Can You Expect?

At its basic level, a cavity is a hole or crack in your tooth. This can stem from damage to your tooth or just general decay over time. If you’re not seeing a dentist for regular checkups or cleanings, you may discover a cavity because you feel pain when you bite or chew or when hot or cold substances touch the tooth. That’s when you’ll want to let us use our expertise and our compassionate hand to remove the decay and repair your tooth.

There are several different types of cavity restorations, including filling them and restoring them with inlay and onlay restorations. Many dentists utilize amalgam for cavity fillings because they’re relatively inexpensive and fairly durable. They’re also often noticeable when you open your mouth because of their dark color, so Empire Dental Care utilizes composite resin when filling cavities. Composite resins match your teeth’s natural appearance more and are quite durable as well, provided the cavity is relatively small.

For larger cavities or teeth that are more obvious when you smile or open your mouth, we often recommend inlays or onlays, which are porcelain. Filling cavities in Webster with porcelain will mean the material is created to match your individual tooth color and will resist staining over many years.

Dr. Cohen and her team are experienced in all methods of filling cavities in Webster. They will give you a personalized treatment plan with her best recommendations for your specific need.

Does Filling Cavities In Webster Hurt?

Dr. Cohen’s team specializes in gentle dentistry. She and her team want you to be as comfortable and assured as you can, and because Empire Dental Care is known for its gentle touch in all procedures, you can rest assured you are in good hands. In most dental restoration procedures, Dr. Cohen uses anesthetics to numb the tissues around your cavity and prevent any pain. She’ll monitor your comfort level the entire procedure and take the utmost care in making the experience an easy one for you.

Contact Us if You Need Cavity Fillings in Webster

If you’re experiencing tooth pain and think you may need a cavity filled, you don’t need to fear going to the dentist. Dr. Cohen and her staff want to make your dental visits comfortable and pain-free. If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment for a checkup, cleaning, or cavity consultation, call us at 585.671.1650. Gentle dental care does exist, and you’ll find it here at Empire Dental Care


[1] https://www.ada.org/~/media/ADA/Publications/Files/patient_61.ashx

Dr. Cohen has been practicing dentistry in private and public settings for over 10 years, completing her DMD degree in 2010 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Committed to providing dental care of the highest level, Dr. Cohen relocated to Rochester in 2016 to pursue advanced dental trainings at the Dental Urgent Care Fellowship at The University of Rochester, Eastman Institute for Oral Health, graduating in 2017, and the AEGD Residency program in 2019. She recently completed an additional advanced General Practice Residency program at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany NY. This summer she moved back to Rochester with her husband Kevin, a native Rochesterian, to be closer to family. Throughout her career and personal life, Dr. Cohen has shown her genuine compassion and care to people and patients from all walks of life. She volunteered in underserved areas, practiced in clinics for patients with complex special needs, and treated medically compromised patients among others. She also taught and mentored other dentists and students helping them achieve their professional and personal goals. Most of all, Dr. Cohen’s warm personality and love of people create a welcoming, comfortable feeling for both patients and staff.