Fillings are the most common type of dental restoration treatment and are typically associated with repairing minor damage to teeth such as cavities.

Fillings are used when decay is found in the tooth. The decay is removed and replaced with the filling to protect the integrity of the tooth. Years ago the only option for a filling was silver (amalgam), now there is a more cosmetic option. Tooth-colored fillings are called composites.

Composite Fillings
A composite filling (or tooth colored filling) is used to repair an affected tooth. There are many types of filling materials available. We can discuss the best options for restoring your teeth.

Composite fillings are the most widely used fillings today because they can closely be matched to the color of the existing tooth and are more esthetically suited for use in front teeth or more visible areas.

Common Reasons For Composite Fillings:

Chipped Teeth

Closing space between two teeth

Cracked or broken teeth

Decayed teeth

Worn teeth