Tooth Colored Fillings

White Fillings Before
White Fillings After

When you need a small filling but don’t want ugly silver in your teeth, direct resin or white fillings are the way to go. Their most obvious advantage is beauty – a well-done white filling can be indistinguishable from the natural tooth. They have many advantages. White fillings can change the appearance of teeth, strengthen teeth, and more conservatively treat teeth – all things that silver fillings cannot do.

White fillings are bonded to tooth structure – this means that they actually integrate with the tooth, thereby sealing the gap between tooth and filling and adding their strength to the tooth. This allows for the more varied uses of resin beyond just regular fillings – like placing thin layers over front teeth to change their color, shape or general appearance; or repairing small chips or fractures in teeth; or even being placed in the grooves of teeth to prevent decay from ever occurring. Bonded white fillings are an extremely beautiful advance in the creation of fantastic and healthy smiles.

Additional Case Gallery

Case 1

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The lower front teeth often wear and collect stain. This can be easily changed with white fillings.

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Case 2

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This child was born with defective enamel. Bonded fillings made a big difference in his smile.

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Case 3

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With this case we were able to, first, bleach the teeth brighter,
then do white fillings and a crown to bring the lateral teeth out into alignment. Instant orthodontics.

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