Tooth coloured filling
Composite dental fillings are a type of tooth-colored filling material that is used to repair decayed or damaged teeth. They are made of a mixture of fine glass or quartz particles and a resin material, and can be molded and shaped to match the natural color and contours of your teeth.
Composite fillings are an attractive alternative to traditional metal fillings (amalgam) because they blend in with the natural color of your teeth and are not as noticeable. They are also more durable than some other types of filling materials and can withstand the forces of normal chewing and biting.
Composite fillings are typically used to repair small to medium-sized cavities in the front or back teeth. The filling process involves removing the decayed or damaged portion of the tooth and cleaning out the cavity. The composite filling material is then placed in the cavity and shaped to match the contours of the tooth. The filling is then hardened using a special light, and the surface is polished to give it a smooth, natural finish.
Get your consultation at The Lakes clinic to see if you have any cavities or decayed teeth that needs a dental filling.