Can you get 2 fillings at once?

Can you get 2 fillings at once?

How many fillings can be done at once? There really isn’t a limit to the number of fillings your dentist can give you at one time. In fact, if you have a few cavities located in the same area (the upper right of your mouth, for example), your dentist can give you a few tooth fillings all at once.

Which type of filling requires two visits?

Indirect fillings are similar to composite or tooth-colored fillings except they are made in a dental laboratory and require two visits before being placed. Indirect fillings are considered when not enough tooth structure remains to support a filling but the tooth is not so severely damaged that it needs a crown.

Which dental filling is best?

Types of Dental Fillings: What Type of Tooth Filling is Best for Your Teeth

  • Amalgam Tooth Fillings (Silver Fillings) One of the most common and durable tooth fillings is amalgam (silver) fillings.
  • Tooth-Colored Composite Fillings.
  • Gold Tooth Fillings.
  • Ceramics and Glass Ionomer Tooth Fillings.

Can a dentist put a new filling in if an old filling came out?

If the filling came out and it was recently put in, your dentist might give you a break and put a new filling in. If it was an old filling and it just came out, you may have a cavity under the filling.

What should I do with my 2 year old?

1. Ignore Unwanted Behaviors Two-year-olds are in the preoperational stage of cognitive development. They literally learn by repeating behaviors over and over. They will especially repeat behaviors that result in an unexpected behavior or a big reaction.

How to gain the cooperation of your 2 year old?

This will build up their sense of mastery. This is a great tip for gaining two-year-olds (and older kids too!) cooperation. Whatever it is you need to do, have them be a part of it. Put them in charge of the garage door opener when you need to leave the house.

Why do 2 year olds say the same thing over and over?

Two-year-olds aren’t quite capable of thinking through that saying the word makes you upset, they will only think about your immediate reaction. Which is different from how you normally act. So, they will say that word over and over because your reaction is so interesting. Keep in mind that this is how they are learning, through repetition.