Get A Healthy And Natural-Looking Smile With Composite Fillings

When it comes to maintaining optimal oral health, prompt and effective treatment is crucial. Composite fillings have emerged as a reliable solution for addressing various dental problems at Olde Town Dentistry in Conyers.

How are composite fillings placed?

Our dentist will evaluate the affected tooth and prepare it for a filling by eliminating any decayed or damaged material within the tooth. The tooth is then cleaned and dried, creating an ideal surface for the filling. Using a tooth-colored composite resin material, our dentist will carefully apply it in layers, shaping it to match the natural contours of the tooth. The composite material is hardened using a special light to ensure a long-lasting bond with the tooth. After the filling is complete, it is polished to blend seamlessly with the surrounding teeth, giving you a natural-looking and functional restoration.

What issues do composite fillings correct?

Composite fillings are versatile and can address various dental problems, including cavities, chipped or fractured teeth, worn down teeth, and gaps between teeth. Patients who prioritize mercury-free restorations often opt for composite fillings, as they do not contain any mercury. Individuals with allergies or sensitivities to certain metals may prefer composite fillings free from metals like nickel.

Who is a good candidate for composite fillings?

People of all ages can benefit from composite fillings for tooth restoration, especially those who prefer a natural-looking option over traditional amalgam fillings. With tooth-colored composite material, the restoration blends seamlessly with the natural tooth, providing an aesthetically pleasing solution.

If you require tooth restoration, contact us today to determine if composite fillings are suitable for your specific needs. We’re here to help you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile.

Contact Olde Town Dentistry About Composite Fillings Today!

  • Eliminate cavities and decay
  • Repair cracked and fractured teeth
  • Prevent the onset of infection
  • Mitigate tooth pain and discomfort
  • Prioritize optimal oral health!