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    Tooth Coloured Fillings

    What is a tooth coloured fillings?

    Tooth-colored fillings, also known as composite fillings, are a type of dental filling made from a mixture of tooth-colored plastic and glass materials. They are used to restore decayed or damaged teeth while blending in with the surrounding teeth for a more natural look.

    Tooth-coloured fillings White Fillings, preserve more of the tooth’s original structure, they are “composite,” of silica fillers and plastic resins.

    There may be any reason for the damage like due to any type of accident or due to any type of tooth decay. Selection of filling is important; also the filling must have an original shape and color.

    The Tooth Coloured Fillings process involves :

    • The removal of the decayed tooth.
    • Cleaning of the area for placement.
    • Selection of the shade.
    • Applying resin material.
    • Curing with a blue light.
    • Restoration of the adjustment.

    Contact us at our Padstow or Stanhope Gardens Clinic Clinic for more information.

    Composite Resins

    Composite Resins

    Composite Resin or White Fillings are tooth-coloured mixture of plastic and glass and are used for restoring decayed teeth. Additionally, the average life of composite teeth is between 3 to 10 years. Furthermore, our composite resin is tooth-coloured for a more pleasing natural look. Moreover, we can restore cavities, repair fractured teeth due to injury or trauma, or even change the size and shape of the teeth.

    Tooth-coloured Filling procedure helps in replacing damaged teeth.

    Porcelain Tooth Filling

    Porcelain Tooth Filling

    Porcelain Tooth Coloured Fillings are inlays or onlays.

    Dental inlays mean sit ‘in’ and dental onlays mean sit ‘on’ a tooth, they are a more conservative restorative solution than a dental crown as very less amount of tooth structure needs to be taken out.

    And, we at Dentapex, opt this dental treatment to those patients who have large sized dental cavity. This is the most reliable dental filling method.

    Tooth Coloured Fillings before after

    FAQs

    How long do tooth-colored fillings last?

    Tooth-colored fillings, also known as composite fillings, can last anywhere from 5 to 15 years or more depending on factors such as the size and location of the filling, oral hygiene habits, and biting force.

    Yes, tooth-colored fillings are safe. They are made of composite resin or porcelain and do not contain any harmful materials.

    The best color for a filling depends on the color of the tooth and the location of the filling. Your dentist will determine the best option for you based on these factors.

    For front teeth, tooth-colored fillings that match the natural color of the teeth are typically preferred.
    For back teeth, silver amalgam fillings may be a better option due to their durability and ability to withstand the forces of chewing.

    Tooth-colored fillings are preferred because they blend in with the natural color of teeth, providing a more aesthetically pleasing and natural-looking result compared to traditional silver amalgam fillings. They also require less removal of healthy tooth structure and bond to the tooth, potentially providing better support and durability.

    Tooth-colored fillings are used to restore teeth that have been damaged by decay or trauma. The process involves removing the damaged portion of the tooth and replacing it with a composite material that matches the natural color of the surrounding teeth. The filling material is then bonded to the tooth structure, which helps to provide support and prevent further damage. The procedure is typically performed in one visit to the dentist’s office and is generally considered safe and effective.

    Generally, the cost can range from around $150 to $450 per filling. It is best to consult with your dentist for an accurate estimate of the cost based on your specific needs.

    If you’re looking for the best permanent tooth filling material, it’s important to consult with your dentist. While some temporary filling options can be done at home, permanent tooth filling should be done by a professional. Your dentist can recommend the best material for your needs, which may include tooth-colored composite fillings or durable amalgam fillings.

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