Tooth-Colored Fillings

Tooth-Colored Fillings

What are they?

Composite fillings are a type of dental treatment used to repair teeth that have been damaged by decay or fractures. Unlike traditional metal fillings, composite fillings are made of a tooth-colored material that blends in with the natural color of the teeth, making them more aesthetically pleasing. During the procedure, the damaged part of the tooth is removed, and the composite material is applied and shaped to restore the tooth's structure. Composite fillings provide a strong and durable solution while maintaining a natural appearance, helping to restore both the function and beauty of the teeth.

In summary, composite fillings are a dental treatment that uses tooth-colored material to repair decayed or damaged teeth. They offer a more natural look compared to traditional metal fillings and help restore the tooth's structure and function.

Cosmetic Bonding Before and After
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Cosmetic Bonding Before After
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Benefits of Tooth-Colored Fillings

  • Aesthetic Appeal: They are tooth-colored, so they blend in with your natural teeth, making them virtually unnoticeable.

  • Minimal Tooth Removal: Less healthy tooth structure needs to be removed during the filling process compared to amalgam fillings.

  • Bonding Strength: Composite fillings bond well with the tooth, providing additional support and reducing the risk of fractures.

  • Versatility: They can be used for front and back teeth and can repair various types of dental damage, including cavities, chips, and cracks.

  • Reduced Sensitivity: Composite fillings are less likely to cause temperature sensitivity when consuming hot or cold foods.

  • Mercury-Free: Unlike amalgam fillings, composites do not contain mercury, which is a concern for some patients.

  • Durability: With proper care, composite fillings can last a long time, providing reliable tooth restoration.

  • Repairable: If a composite filling becomes damaged, it can be easily repaired or replaced.

  • Quick Curing Time: The filling hardens within seconds when exposed to a special light, allowing for immediate use after the procedure.

  • Biocompatibility: Composite materials are generally well-tolerated by the body, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or other adverse effect

It's essential to discuss your specific dental needs, priorities, and budget with your dentist to determine the most suitable type of filling for your situation.

Tooth-Colored Fillings


  • Tooth Colored Fillings that Bond to Tooth Structure
  • Various Shades
  • Same Day Treatment
  • Best option for smaller tooth repairs

From $250

Frequently Asked Questions


  1. Question: "I'm concerned about the cost of composite dental fillings."

    We understand that cost is an important consideration. Composite dental fillings may have a higher upfront cost compared to traditional amalgam fillings. However, it's important to consider the long-term benefits. Composite fillings are durable and aesthetically pleasing, providing both functional and cosmetic improvements. Additionally, we offer flexible payment options and can discuss financing plans to make the treatment more affordable for you.

  2. Question: "I'm worried about the durability of composite fillings compared to amalgam fillings."

     Composite fillings are designed to be highly durable and long-lasting. While amalgam fillings have been used for many years, composite fillings have advanced significantly and are now a reliable choice for dental restorations. The material used in composite fillings bonds directly to the tooth structure, providing strength and support. Our skilled dental professionals will ensure that the composite fillings are placed correctly and securely, maximizing their durability.

  3. Question: "I'm concerned about the time it takes to get composite fillings."

    The application of composite fillings is a convenient and relatively quick procedure. The treatment time may vary depending on the size and complexity of the cavity, but in most cases, it can be completed in a single visit. Our dental team is experienced and efficient in performing composite filling procedures, ensuring that your time is respected while still providing high-quality care.

  4. Question: "I'm afraid of experiencing pain or discomfort during the composite filling procedure."

    We prioritize your comfort and strive to make your experience as painless as possible. Before the procedure, we will administer local anesthesia to numb the area being treated. This ensures that you won't feel any pain during the filling placement. Our dental professionals are highly skilled and trained in providing gentle care, and we utilize advanced techniques and technologies to minimize any discomfort. If you have any concerns or specific sensitivities, please let us know, and we will take the necessary precautions to ensure your comfort.

  5. Question: "I'm not sure if composite fillings will look natural and blend with my existing teeth."

    Composite fillings are carefully selected to match the shade of your natural teeth, creating a seamless and natural-looking result. The tooth-colored resin material used in composite fillings blends harmoniously with your existing teeth, making them virtually indistinguishable. Our dental professionals have the expertise to achieve precise color matching, ensuring that your fillings will blend seamlessly with your smile. We take pride in delivering aesthetically pleasing results that not only restore your dental health but also enhance your overall appearance.

We understand that you may have additional concerns or questions. Our experienced dental team is here to address any further objections you may have and provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about your dental care. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discuss any specific concerns you may have.