Dental fillings are essential for restoring damaged teeth affected by decay, abrasion, or acid erosion. They help close cavities with filling materials to prevent bacteria from entering the tooth and to avoid further decay in the future. At Dr Clear Aligners, we first clean the decayed tooth area and then place the cavity with filling materials. There are two types of filling materials available: amalgam fillings (silver) and composite resins (tooth-colored).
Amalgam fillings are resistant to wear and relatively inexpensive. However, their dark color makes them more noticeable than porcelain or composite restorations, so they are not typically used in very visible areas like front teeth.
For a more natural appearance, composite resins are an excellent choice. These tooth-colored restorations are made from a blend of materials that are matched to the color of your teeth. Composite resins are placed directly into the cavity and harden to create a durable restoration. However, they may not be the ideal material for large fillings as they can chip or wear over time. Composite resins can also become stained from coffee, tea, or tobacco, and may not last as long as other types of fillings, generally lasting between three to 10 years.
Please note that the price of our services may vary based on the complexity and conditions of each individual case. At Dr Clear Aligners, our goal is to restore your damaged tooth to a healthy condition. Book an appointment with our dental professionals to learn more about our dental filling and composite restoration services.
From cavity, tartar, and plaque detection, to checking of gums, to teeth scaling
Cleaning of plaque, tartar, bacterial toxins and the areas of the gum line
Sparkling brilliant white teeth can give you a confidence boost and an appearance that creates a lasting impression on people.
Adjust your smile and fix misaligned teeth without the need of having metal wires and brackets for a long time of period.
A complete combination of different cosmetic dentistry procedures to improve the appearance of your new smile
Essentially replaces a damaged tooth which affected by decay, abrasion and acid erosion
Common preventive treatments for permanent tooth protection
Alternative replacement options for missing teeth, it is an ideal and more secure permanent fixture than dentures.
The restoration method uses to repair and restore a badly decayed or infected tooth.
Both non-surgical and surgical extractions are available
Removable dental appliance to replace missing teeth and restore the biting functions and enhance your smile
Dental night guard for bruxism treatment to protect teeth from grinding while you’re asleep