Menu

Cosmetic Fillings

Tooth-colored fillings, or 'white' fillings, are known as 'composite' fillings and are made from a putty-like resin-based material. These are lifelike and long lasting. Currently the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedure, these types of fillings are a great alternative to black or silver amalgam fillings.

Made from a putty-like resin-based material the filling can be molded to the exact shape of the tooth and set using a visible blue light. White fillings are made from a very durable composite material that is bonded to your teeth.

Dental composite fillings can be used for different teeth decaying problems:

- Filling new cavities
- Replacing metal or amalgam fillings
- Repairing chipped teeth
- Removing gaps between teeth
- Teeth reshaping

How do they work?

Made from a putty-like resin-based material the filling can be molded to the exact shape of the tooth and set using a visible blue light. White fillings are made from a very durable composite material that is bonded to your teeth.

What are they used for?

Dental composite fillings can be used for different teeth decaying problems:

- Filling new cavities
- Replacing metal or amalgam fillings
- Repairing chipped teeth
- Removing gaps between teeth
- Teeth reshaping

Frequently asked questions about Cosmetic Fillings

  • Will they fall out?

    No, white fillings are made from a very durable composite material that is bonded to your teeth. This material has undergone years of research and development in both composition and technique and has proved to be very long lasting.

  • Does it hurt?

    Generally, fillings are not a painful procedure. However; a local anaesthetic may need to be administered depending on the depth of the cavity.

Still have questions?


Book a consultation now for more information on how we can help you with Cosmetic Fillings.

Book a Consultation

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

This website uses Google Analytics tracking cookies to monitor visitors to the website and how they use it. Read our Privacy Policy.

Close