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White Fillings Bankstown

Improving Your Smile with Front Teeth White Fillings

Bonding is a popular method to enhance the aesthetics of your smile. Bonding can be used to correct cracks or whiten teeth, gaps in teeth, as a filling after a cavity has been removed, or to cover up stains or discoloured teeth.

What Is The Process?

A composite resin is used on the affected tooth or teeth. It is moulded and sculpted over an adhesive gel that is placed on the tooth. After the resin has been applied an ultraviolet light is used to harden the resin, which is then polished to give you a fresh, new smile.

White fillings Easy, Fast and Great Value For Money

Bonding is an obvious improvement over unsightly silver amalgam fillings. With the advancements in dental technology, bonding usually last for an extended period of time. It is a safe, affordable, and attractive solution for many dental problems.

Dental bonding is among the easiest and least expensive of cosmetic dental procedures. Unlike veneers and crowns, which are customized tooth coverings that must be manufactured in a lab, bonding usually can be done during your visit to our dental clinic.

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WhiteFillings FAQs

When a dentist shines a blue UV light on your tooth, a composite filling hardens instantaneously. You should be able to eat as soon as you leave the dentist’s office. If you’re still numb, your dentist may advise you to wait at least 2 hours before chewing on the filling.

White fillings are also less expensive than other options, such as crowns, and the procedure itself can be much faster. As long as they are kept in good condition, this form of filling has a fair lifespan, typically lasting 7 to 15 years.

The cost of dental fillings is mainly determined by the type of material used and the number of teeth that require fillings. They should cost between $50 and $4,500. A composite filling is more expensive than a normal filling, with prices ranging from $300 to $400 for a single tooth. An amalgam filling may cost between $50 and $150, whereas a gold filling could cost between $900 and $4,500.

White fillings, also known as composite resin or composite resin fillings, It has been the material of choice for dental fillings for more than two decades, and developments in materials and procedures ensure that our white fillings are even more natural-looking, more polished, and have an improved mix of strength, quality, and longevity than ever before.

White fillings are also safer. Metal can leach into the tongue and bloodstream over time. Silver amalgam contains trace levels of mercury, a recognised poison. White fillings are biocompatible and contain no harmful metals or compounds.

You should avoid eating or drinking anything hot or cold right after obtaining a filling. This is because doing so may cause the tooth or the restoration to compress or expand unexpectedly, causing the restoration to fracture or become dislodged.

White fillings are weaker than silver fillings and may not survive as long.White fillings increase the likelihood of cavities regenerating beneath the filling, a condition known as recurrent decay.White fillings are typically more expensive than silver fillings.

Composite tooth fillings frequently turn yellow or brown over time as a result of the foods and beverages you consume, as well as other factors. If you whiten your teeth professionally, the composite filling will not brighten and may become more visible.

 Eat no chewy or sticky foods. For the longevity of your filling, you will be asked to make some dietary modifications. For at least two to three weeks, avoid any hard, chewy, or sticky meals. If you’re sensitive, you should also avoid hot and cold foods and drinks.

White fillings are an excellent choice for people who want a filling that will blend in with their smile and last for many years. While these fillings are strong enough for many applications, they are not appropriate for every patient.