Composite fillings are also known as resin composite fillings or “white fillings.” These cavity solutions give you the invisible, seamless look of natural teeth, so you don’t have to sacrifice your smile for cavity restoration.
Composite Fillings Look More Like Natural Teeth
Call now us now to schedule your next dental appointment and explore your options for a composite filling if you’re looking for:
A seamless and invisible filling for your cavity
To maintain the look of your natural smile
A tight bond and secure adhesion to your natural teeth
Cavities can occur from a number of reasons: a build-up of bacteria, poor diet, irregular brushing habits and dental care can all lead to tooth damage that results in a cavity. There are a few choices for treating the damaged cavity areas and adding a filling is usually the most common fix. Early detection and treatment of cavities is essential, and with regular dental cleanings and exams, your dentist should be able to identify any cavities in enough time to treat them effectively.
More About Composite Fillings
Dentists use fillings to restore your damaged teeth. Before the filling is added to your teeth, your dentist will clean away any debris and decaying enamel and prepare the tooth for the filling material. There are several types of fillings, and composite fillings are becoming more popular because they are a bit of a cosmetic upgrade from traditional amalgam fillings made from alloy materials like mercury, silver or copper. Composite fillings are made with a combination of ceramic and plastic. The finished product is a substance that resembles the natural surface of your teeth, so you don’t see dark spot reminders of every cavity when you open your mouth.
Composite fillings are also known as resin composite fillings or “white fillings.” These cavity solutions give you the invisible, seamless look of natural teeth, so you don’t have to sacrifice your smile for cavity restoration. Composite fillings adhere to your teeth easier than other fillings and bonds to your tooth while filling the damaged areas effectively. Composite fillings are more flexible than other filling options so your dentist may be able to do less drilling in your teeth and work with a smaller opening to add in the filling. Less drilling means your dentist will be able to save more of the natural integrity of your natural tooth.