Fillings are one of the most common dental procedures.
Most people suffer from caries at least a few times during their lifetimes and this results in cavities. When the dentist removes the caries, the void must be filled with some kind of a material to restore function.
Advances in modern dental materials and techniques have provided new ways to create more pleasing, natural-looking smiles. As a result, dentists and patients have several choices when it comes to selecting materials used to repair missing, worn, damaged, or decayed teeth.
Not only do we use the very most bio-compatible materials available on the market but we also have your aesthetics in mind, so white fillings have become more popular in the last few years than amalgam fillings as they come in custom shades that are non-metallic and look like tooth structure.
They look nicer and don’t come with heavy metals like amalgams do. They also require less drilling and removal of tooth structure to be placed.
White fillings are made of resin materials that are easier to care for and repair.