Tooth Colored Fillings


What Are Tooth Colored Fillings?

It is a dental restoration technique used to restore the function of the missing tooth structure. Tooth colored fillings material has undergone continuous changes over a period of time. The most versatile and widely used tooth colored filling is composite resin filling. A composite is a material in which filler particles are encased in and bound together by a hard matrix material. For composite resin fillings a fluid matrix of an acrylic, called BIS-GMA, is hardened around glass filler particles to form composite resin.

Direct Composite

The composite white teeth coloured fillings are dental fillings treatments that restore and mimic the natural appearance of tooth structure. In addition to restoring teeth that have fractured or decayed, tooth colored fillings may also be used cosmetically to change the size, colour and shape of the teeth. This quality is particularly useful in closing gaps between teeth, repairing chipped teeth and making teeth appear to be more straight or even.


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Cavities will occur if you do not brush and floss your teeth regularly. It is important to have tooth cavities repaired with fillings as soon as possible, to prevent further damage. Thus, save the tooth with the help of tooth coloured fillings. The earlier the tooth cavity is treated the better because the care is simple and painless. Our dental care centre uses latest composite tooth coloured fillings treatment that takes care of the aesthetics and the natural look of the teeth, as the tooth coloured fillings matching your original tooth colour is selected and used. The composite white tooth coloured fillings cannot be recognized as the fillings looks similar to original tooth colour.


Indirect Composite / Porcelain Inlay

The other type of 'white filling' is called a Composite or Porcelain Inlay. These fillings are usually placed in back teeth when aesthetics is of utmost concern. In order to increase their strength and longevity, they are fabricated in the laboratory and then bonded into position in the office. This is a two visit procedure rather than the one visit required to place a composite filling.

However, when it comes to strength and cosmetics, the extra time and expense is well worth it!