1. When a tooth has a cavity the dentist removes the decay and fills the hole with a composite filling which is ideally no more that 50% of the tooth. The tooth is what supports the filling.
If the filling breaks we will replace or repair it for a period of up to 2 years.
2. Sometimes we place a composite filling thinking there is enough tooth to hold the filling when actually there is not. The tooth then starts to break away because the tooth can no longer support the filling. In this case the tooth would require a crown and we will credit the cost of the filling towards the cost of a crown and build-up.
3. This warranty will be null and void if the patient does not maintain his/her 6-month continuing care cleaning appointments.