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Composite Fillings

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Many patients choose white composite fillings for their restorative dental solutions. White composite fillings restore the natural look to a tooth. Because they bond to the tooth, they protect more of the original structure and restore most of its original strength. White composite fillings are also less sensitive to heat or cold and they are mercury-free.

In 1985, Dr. Greg was one of the first dentists to offer the benefit of composite fillings to his patients. The decision to go mercury-free and replace mercury fillings with composite fillings in back teeth was based on his commitment to the long-term dental health of his patients. Studies continue to support that the use of composite fillings dramatically reduces the incidence of fractured teeth.

We can help you decide whether composite resin fillings are right for you. To request an appointment, contact Gregory Potempa, DDS, FAGD, Ltd.

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Our Convenient Office Hours

Monday: 11am - 8pm
Tuesday: Reserved for reconstruction cases
Wednesday: 9am-6pm
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 8:00am - 2:00pm

We are located at:

2 South 676 Route 59
Warrenville, IL 60555

We proudly serve our surrounding communities:
  • Warrenville
  • Winfield
  • Batavia
  • West Chicago
  • Wheaton
  • Eola
  • Naperville
  • Aurora
  • North Aurora
  • Lisle
  • Glen Ellyn
  • Downers Grove

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