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Composite Fillings

No matter how well you take care of your teeth, sometimes damage can arise. And when damage does occur, ignoring it will only lead to further complications, such as pain or infection.
  • Reduces chances of tooth decay
  • Repairs chipped/cracked teeth
  • Modern alternative to silver metal fillings
  • Resembles your natural tooth
The Process
Your specialist will examine your mouth and teeth. If tooth decay is found, it must be removed before filled with a composite filling. Your mouth will be numbed with local anesthesia and the decay is removed with a drill. When the decay is removed, your dentist will fill the cavity with a composite resin.
The filling matches the natural color of your teeth and hardened with ultraviolet light.  You can now live a fuller life with a healthier smile!