With all the talk of multi-procedure smile makeovers involving veneers, porcelain crowns, bridges, teeth whitening, dental implants, and invisible braces, sometimes the traditional dental filling is overlooked.
Most people have a few fillings in their mouth. When a tooth has been damaged through decay, a dental filling is the most common way dentists restore the tooth to its previous, intact condition.
Dental fillings have been used for over a hundred years, and they’ve come a long way from the silvery amalgam fillings many of us remember.
Today, the filling material of choice is a composite of plastic resin with glass or quartz filler. Referred to as composite fillings, they can be matched to the patient’s natural tooth color, making them practically invisible.
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