Tooth Coloured Fillings
Unlike amalgam fillings, porcelain restorations are not toxic, and completely safe for your body and retain the integrity of your tooth structure. Providing patients with a whiter, brighter more attractive smile, porcelain restorations look and feel like natural teeth. Historically, amalgam fillings were the most popular type of dental filling. Amalgam fillings are made up of fifty percent Mercury, a highly toxic substance. Over time it has also become apparent that amalgam fillings are responsible for the onset of cracks in teeth.
Tooth coloured fillings Brisbane
Tooth coloured fillings use resin to fill your tooth as an alternative to silver-mercury fillings which have a number of oral and general health risks. These tooth coloured fillings blend in with the rest of your mouth making them inconspicuous.
Tooth coloured fillings are made from plastic and small glass particles that when created resemble a natural tooth. Visit your trusted Brisbane dentist, Malouf Dental, to talk about getting your dental fillings.
Advantages of tooth coloured fillings
Safer Unlike silver, mercury or amalgam fillings, tooth coloured fillings use only proven safe materials to ensure that you have the safest teeth fillings. Come and talk to us if you have any concerns about your current fillings.
Long Lasting With qualities such as durable and long lasting tooth coloured fillings can last up to 15 years with proper care, dental check ups.
Natural looking Tooth coloured filings blend into the surrounding teeth making them appear natural in appearance. These fillings are ideal for cosmetic replacements of amalgam fillings or for new fillings as they blend in seamlessly with the natural teeth.
Small glass particles for strength and resin for colour.
Yes this can be done. However it is not always recommended unless the filling has cracks or cavity. Come and visit Malouf Dental, your trusted Brisbane dentist to examine your fillings and recommend the safest and most appropriate treatment for you.
They will feel natural and when the anesthesia wears off and you have regained the senses in your tooth then you will not notice anything different.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.