Dental Fillings

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Dental fillings are an effective dental treatment that can repair damage to your teeth caused by decay or fractures.

This process involves cleaning and draining the affected area of the tooth before it’s filled with a suitable material.

There are several materials used for dental fillings, including composite resin, amalgam, porcelain or gold. Composite resin dental fillings blend in naturally with your existing teeth, while amalgam ones tend to be more durable and cost-effective.

To ensure maximum comfort during this procedure, local anesthesia will be administered along with placing rubber drops around the treated tooth, so you won’t feel any pain or sensitivity whatsoever. Afterward, not only will your teeth look as good as new, but its function too shall have been restored whilst preventing further decay from occurring!

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Dental Fillings


Which dental filling is the best?

The main types of dental fillings are amalgam (silver), composite (tooth-colored), ceramic, and gold, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Amalgam (silver) fillings have been used for decades and are durable and cost-effective, whereas composite fillings are a popular choice for front teeth because they blend in with the natural tooth color. Ceramic and gold fillings are less commonly used. It depends on your individual circumstances, which one is the best for you.

When can I eat after I got dental fillings?

Normally, you can eat and drink immediately after a tooth filling. However, you should wait until the anesthetic has gone so that you do not bite yourself.

Do I need a filling if I have no pain?

It is possible that you only have a very small hole that does not cause pain. Nevertheless, your dentist will recommend a filling.

Are dental fillings permanent?

Dental fillings are not necessarily durable and will eventually need to be replaced due to wear, decay or other factors. However, with proper care, dental fillings can last several years or even decades before they need to be replaced.


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