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Cavities & Restorative Care

Are you currently dealing with missing, damaged, or painful teeth? Do you think you might have a cavity? Regardless of your situation, the dentists at Smile Exchange can help. We offer a wide variety of restorative procedures in a comfortable and welcoming environment to provide patients with long-lasting relief from a diverse range of dental issues.

Dental Care Without the Scare

At Smile Exchange, we go above and beyond to ensure that all of our patients are comfortable and at ease. We are experienced in dealing with nervous patients and our amazing staff are often credited with changing negative perceptions of the dentist.

Najomi Peralta
18:34 27 May 20
Always feel welcomed and taken care of when I come to my appointments. Staff is friendly and whole place is clean. Definitely my favorite dentist office and feel assured my teeth are given the best care.

Sarah Eddy
12:55 13 Feb 20
I have had the worst experiences with the dentist in the past that has caused me severe anxiety around the dentist. Smile exchange has been absolutely amazing in calming my fears and doing whatever it takes to give me the best experience. I have been going for a couple years now and the people are always so caring!

shalea jackson
15:46 22 Jan 20
It was amazing. My hygienist listened to me and answered all the questions I had. They told you what wrong before they did any work and how much it’s going to cost. I was also able to get a next day appointment. Very clean and neat. Staff is very nice

Restorative Care at Smile Exchange


Most people will need a filling at some point in their lives. Fillings are most commonly used to treat cavities, where the dentist will first remove the decayed tooth structure and then replace it with a filling material. A filling can also be used to treat cracked, broken, or worn-down teeth. Filling material is usually either silver amalgam or a white, natural composite or resin. If you need a filling, your dentist will discuss various options with you to determine the best fit.


Crowns, also referred to as caps, are used to treat cavities that cannot be treated with a filling. They are a long-term solution to provide you with a natural-looking smile. Crowns come in a variety of different materials. If you need a crown, your dentist will discuss various options to find the best solution for you.

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Missing teeth can trap food and make biting and chewing difficult, leading to a variety of oral health problems. A bridge is a series of crowns used to fill missing spaces in your smile as a result of tooth loss. Like crowns, bridges come in a variety of different materials, so your dentist will guide you through your options to determine what will work best for you.

What Are Cavities? 

Cavities are permanently damaged areas of your teeth. Also called tooth decay or caries, cavities can form in hard-to-reach places and can’t be cured without treatment from your dentist. Unfortunately, cavities are extremely common, especially among children, teenagers, and older adults. If left untreated, cavities can grow and affect deeper layers of your teeth. This can lead to severe tooth pain, infection, and even tooth loss. If you think you have a cavity, Smile Exchange can help.

We know that persistent tooth pain can be a drain on your quality of life, so we work hard to provide patients experiencing pain with fast relief. Our team of doctors can help you reduce pain by removing the decaying portion of the tooth and filling it with an amalgam, prescribing medicine to help deal with pain, and in severe cases, removing and replacing the tooth.

Please call us at 866-418-9921 and mention that you are experiencing pain to get an appointment scheduled quickly or schedule online at the link below.

No dental insurance? No problem. Our Patient Loyalty Plan makes it possible for you to get the dental care you need at a price you can afford.

With a membership to our Patient Loyalty Plan, you will receive two exams, two cleanings, two oral screenings, X-Rays, and one emergency visit annually (a $634 value) as well as 30% off most specialized dental services including fillings, crowns, and bridges.