At Pearl Dental, your general dentist in Stamford will only use composite fillings when treating cavities. These fillings are tooth colored, which allows them to be hardly noticeable. Research has also shown that composite fillings prove to be safer than their outdated metal counterparts and bond to your teeth more effectively.




Just as the name suggests, a dental crown is a shell-like structure that takes the shape of a tooth. Also known as a dental cap, the crown acts as an artificial restoration, which covers all major parts of the tooth above the gum line. Your crown will be permanently cemented into place and will function just as your natural tooth would.

Your dentist in Stamford uses dental crowns as a treatment option for patients who need root canals, have lost a filling, have decay below a filling, or have chipped or cracked their tooth enamel. They can also be used to completely restore a disfigured tooth back to its original shape.


Dental bridges made from natural looking false teeth that are used to fill the gaps and spaces made by missing teeth. A gap between your teeth can be potentially dangerous to your oral health, as it can cause a greater risk for tooth decay, gum disease, and shifts in your bite pattern. If you’re missing teeth, ask your Mount Kisco Dentist about how a dental bridge could be an excellent option for you.

Bridges are natural in appearance and require two visits to your Mount Kisco Dentist. With regular care, you can expect your bridge to last up to ten years or more.


The New Bridge


Root Canals

When a patient’s pulp becomes inflamed or diseased, a root canal treatment becomes necessary in order to clean out the infection and rid the patient of any unpleasant toothache pain. Your tooth’s pulp is the soft tissue inside your tooth that contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue. Thankfully, the pulp is no longer vital to the tooth’s healthy functions once it has fully emerged from the gum line.

During the root canal treatment, your dentist in Mount Kisco will remove the diseased pulp in order to deeply clean the inside of the infected tooth. Once the infected pulp is removed, your dentist in Mount Kisco will seal off the tooth to protect it. If the infected pulp is not removed, pain and swelling can result in permanent tooth loss.


Dentures act as a removable replacement for missing teeth and are typically made of an acrylic resin, which can incorporate porcelain or metal for additional structural support. There are two main types of dentures available from your Mount Kisco Dentist. Both of which are well-made and custom-fitted to each individual patient. With proper care, your dentures can appear natural and aesthetically pleasing. Dentures not only improve the looks of your smile but also help to improve your mouth’s functions including chewing and assistance with word pronunciation that would otherwise be difficult with missing teeth. You may also want to consider dental implants as an alternative method to dentures.