Reasons for Composite Fillings:

  • Chipped teeth
  • Closing space between two teeth
  • Cracked or broken teeth
  • Decayed teeth
  • Worn teeth

How Are Composite Fillings Placed?

Composite fillings are typically placed in a single visit. Your dentist will remove decay as needed while the tooth is numb. Before the new filling is placed, the area will be completely cleaned and prepared. If the decay is close to the tooth’s nerve, a specific medicine will be used to provide additional protection. The composite filling will then be precisely inserted, contoured, and polished to restore the shape and function of your tooth.

When composite fillings are first placed, it is common to experience sensitivity to hot and cold; however, this will subside once your tooth has acclimated to the new filling.

Get a Beautiful, Long-Lasting Smile

A composite (tooth-colored) filling is used to restore a tooth that has decay, fissures, fractures, or other damages. The decayed or impacted section of the tooth will be removed, and a composite filling will be placed in its place.
There is a variety of filling materials available, each with its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Your dentist and you can talk about the best alternatives for repairing your teeth. Composite fillings are the most popular today. Composite fillings are more aesthetically suitable for usage in front teeth or more visible portions of the mouth since they are tooth-colored and can be carefully matched to the color of existing teeth.
Composite fillings, like most dental restorations, are not permanent and may need to be replaced at some point. They are extremely long-lasting and will provide you with a gorgeous smile for many years.

Contact us today for more information on fillers and find out if it’s the right procedure for you.

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After the Procedure

After your treatment, you will be given care instructions. Your new fillings will last longer if you practice good oral care, eat well, and visit us on a regular basis.

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