Atria Dental Gordon

Tooth Coloured Fillings in Gordon

Restoring the Functionality and Vitality of your Teeth

A dental filling is a common treatment for teeth that are damaged by decay, known as cavities. Fillings help restore the tooth to its normal function and shape while preventing further decay. They can also be used to repair cracked or broken teeth and teeth that have been worn down from habits such as nail-biting or tooth grinding.
To safely treat a cavity, our Gordon dentists will remove the decayed portion of the tooth and then “fill” the area where the decayed material once lived. This procedure protects and restores your teeth so that you can leave our clinic comfortable with your smile!

What is a Tooth-Coloured Filling?

There are different materials available for dental fillings, including silver and porcelain. Tooth-coloured fillings are made from a composite resin, they are known as tooth coloured because of their white colour which is used to match the colour of your teeth.
If you’re experiencing any kind of toothache or sensitivity or if a previous filling needs to be replaced, contact our Gordon clinic for a consultation so we can treat the issue as soon as possible. Call us on 02 4006 8310 or schedule an appointment online today.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Aesthetically pleasing — the shade/colour of the composite resin can be closely matched to the shade of your teeth, making it a natural-looking solution.
  • Versatile — in addition to its use as a filling material, composite fillings can also be used to repair chipped, cracked or broken teeth.
  • Quick – Requires minimal tooth preparation and may be able to be performed during a routine check-up.
  • Bonds to tooth structure — composite fillings chemically bond to tooth structure, providing further support to your tooth.
If you experience a dental emergency the first thing you should do is call our Gordon emergency dental clinic and we will book you in for a same day appointment and assist you with any necessary health and safety directions to follow in the interim.

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