Dental Filling

quite a few of us have had combination fillings (silver) or gold filling reparations. Some combination fillings were called mercury fillings, simply because some amalgam fillings contained mercury. Metal fillings were competent, but very prominent and tended to blacken in color over a period of time.

Composite resin dental fillings were created as an secondary method to conventional metal dental fillings. Tooth fillings colored to look like a normal tooth are known as Composite Resin Dental Fillings, and are comprised of a plastic dental resin. Composite Resin Dental Fillings are solid, long-lasting, and make for a very natural looking smile.

If you have a cavity in a tooth or a broken fillings, you need to see your dentist. Mercury fillings or amalgam fillings can easily be removed and replaced with far more appealing colored fillings. These fillings actually strengthen your tooth past the level it had with the amalgam fillings. It is best to contact our office and discuss all your possible options with the dentist.

Inlay Restoration: Inlay is name for a solid restoration either tooth color porclain or gold that is sitted in to the tooth by cement. It is fabricated in the lab and restores only the missing surfaces of the teeth and it’s cosider to be stronger than composite restoration.