composite-filling

The dental industry has developed easier means to make restoration of teeth more convenient, especially for people who are very teeth health conscious. We want to make sure that we bring a bright smile to everyone and teeth are an important aspect of leaving a great impression.

The most common restorative service nowadays is composite fillings. This is often referred to as the white filling. It resembles real teeth which gives it a natural look, making it virtually unnoticeable. This is a durable and more affordable way to restore the damaged teeth caused by a residing bacteria in the mouth. The bacteria normally forms decays or cavities.

Composite fillings are used to prevent the possible expansion and spread of the decay in the teeth. Remember that decays do not automatically get removed by simple brushing, instead they spread continuously.

Other word for composite filling is resin. It is regularly made of tiny particles of glass, quartz and plastic. Aside from these materials, it may also be made up of organic polymers. It is easily bonded with the tooth to make it even stronger.

These fillings are very advantageous because the appearance and the structure of the teeth is conserved after they undergo the process of restoration.

In addition, the color of the filling blends thoroughly with the natural teeth and makes them look better.

The composite fillings are used on both anterior, and posterior teeth. Moreover, they are more aesthetically pleasing because of the stunning resemblance they have with the teeth. This resin fillings are better compared to amalgam because of the better bonding process with the teeth.

Since this is a common restoration method today, people are seeing the advantages. This is why they preferred using this method. Having a dental consultation could ensure that the teeth are in a good condition, however if there are not, we can immediately take the best action to avoid tooth damage. The quicker we address this issue, the greater the possibility that we can still save our teeth.

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