What is a composite filling?
A composite filling—also referred to as a tooth-colored filling or restoration—consists of synthetic resins and are used to restore decayed teeth. This type of filling provides durability and resistance to fracture in fillings that need to withstand moderate pressure from the constant stress of chewing. Also known as a bonded filling, it can be used on front and back teeth.
Composite resin for tooth colour composite restoration fillings come in a variety of shades to perfectly match your teeth. These fillings made of durable resins, easily bond with the tooth for a natural look. Dentists use composite fillings to resemble a real tooth.
What are the benefits of a composite filling?
Composite resins are the most common type of filling used today. They are aesthetically pleasing replacing the obvious amalgam/silver fillings of the past. They are a good choice if you prefer your fillings to look more natural. Composites are also used for cosmetic improvements of the smile by changing the color of the teeth or reshaping disfigured teeth.
How much do fillings cost?
The price can vary depending on the complexity of the procedure but generally they are up to about $156.
When do I need a tooth filling or tooth restoration?
If you have one or more of the following you may require a filling:
Composite resin for restoration filling come in the shades that perfectly match your teeth which is why they known as tooth color composite restorations. Composite filling are made of durable resins and easily bond with the tooth. Dentists use composite filling to resemble a real tooth.