Fall Creek Dental
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Our family is dedicated to yours, intent on making your visits with us comfortable by providing quality preventive care and modern dental treatment.
About Our Myobrace Orthodontics
We are the only dentist in the state to offer the Myobrace, an oral appliance that straightens teeth naturally without the use of orthodontics.
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Fall Creek Dental | Dr. Tony Pilgrim
Meet Dr. Tony Pilgrim

Dr. Tony Pilgrim has been helping patients and changing lives in the area for more than 30 years. Some of his work has included providing dental care as a part of numerous outreach programs in the Eau Claire area for children with no insurance and from low-income families. He has assisted with sealant clinics in Fall Creek, Augusta, and Osseo-Fairchild.

A member of the Wisconsin Dental Association, the American Dental Association, and the International Association for Orthodontics, Dr. Pilgrim is the only Myobrace certified provider in the state.

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To make your visit with us more pleasantwe provide the following amenities:
Complimentary Beverage Stand
Dental Massage Chair
Dark Shades to Keep Eyes Protected
Children's Play Area
Blankets and Neck Pillows
  • “How can you improve on what for me was a perfect appointment? I am so grateful for the way I am treated at Fall Creek Dental. Such kindness and understanding are hard to come by in this world.

    Cheryl L.
    Fall Creek Dental | Five Stars
  • “Dr. Pilgrim is a kind and honest dentist. His staff and hygienists reflect the same attitude. Everyone at this office will do as much as they can, in anyway that they can, for their patients . I am thankful that we found him. He has been her family dentist for many years!

    Tammy K.
    Fall Creek Dental | Five Stars
  • “Fall Creek Dental has the best care that is available anywhere. They provide pricing that is affordable and will work with you on ways to make payments as needed. We have not had that type of excellent service anywhere else.

    Jeff B.
    Fall Creek Dental | Five Stars

What is the difference between “silver" fillings versus "white" fillings?

For most people, the difference between the two comes down to two things: esthetics and safety.

Metal fillings, also known as “amalgam” fillings, have been around for a long time. A while back, some people began to question their safety, although the American Dental Association stands behind their continued use

Regardless of that, more and more patients today are requesting "white," or tooth-colored, composite fillings. We are happy to offer these at our practice.

White fillings look better because they match the tooth structure, unlike the gray amalgam fillings that are quite visible. With tooth-colored fillings, no one will even be able to tell you have a filling because they blend in so well with the tooth structure. They are particularly useful for filling cavities in teeth that are toward the front of the mouth because they will not be visible.

We also like them because of the way they bond to the tooth structure. The result is a tooth that is strong, despite having had decay.

You can expect your composite, white fillings to last a good long time. Regular check-ups will ensure that they remain strong and intact.

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