Composite fillings

Tooth coloured fillings to restore your teeth

If a tooth is decayed or broken, it needs to be repaired. After removing decay, the cavity (hole) is filled with material to recreate the tooth.

Traditionally, silver fillings were used, but this material contains mercury, (a highly toxic material), is unnatural and unsightly in appearance and can corrode and expand, causing fractures in the tooth.

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Composite as alternative to silver amalgam

We use composite resin. This material recreates the natural appearance of a tooth and is free of mercury. The composite also ‘glues’ the tooth together, strengthening it, unlike silver amalgam which does not bond to the tooth.

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See more examples of composite fillings being used of restore teeth…

Case 1

Case 2

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