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Composite (white) fillings

 
 
“We make sure that you have a beautiful and healthy smile”

Sooner or later, we are all faced with tooth decay, when the decaying part of the tooth needs to be removed and the missing dental tissue filled in. Composite (white) fillings are an alternative to traditional amalgam fillings, which are unaesthetic and harmful to the health. Composite fillings are strong, aesthetic and durable, but most importantly they pose no risk to your health. They immediately look more attractive, as they are made of plastic dental resin, a strong and durable material. Despite the fillings, your smile will look completely natural, since the fillings are matched to the colour of your teeth. When a more extensive reconstruction of the dental crown is necessary, we go with an inlay or onlay. These are usually made of porcelain, but they can also be made of gold or composite.

 
In the event of missing dental tissue caused by tooth decay, wear or injury, Medical Dentistry offers two types of services:

1. White composite fillings, which are aesthetic, stable and pose no risk to health. Made from artificial materials, they are colour adaptable, strong, durable and do not spoil the appearance of natural white teeth.

2. An inlay or an onlay is used when more than half of the biting surface has decayed. Similar to fillings, inlays and onlays are used when a dental crown has to be reconstructed more extensively, but not in its entirety. An inlay fills the space between the cusps of a tooth, while an onlay covers one or more cusps. They are usually made of porcelain but can also be made of gold or composite.
 

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