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Tooth Coloured Dental Fillings Ajax

Dental Fillings That Naturally Blend with Your Teeth

Tooth Colored Dental FillingsWhite or tooth-colored dental fillings match the shade of your surrounding teeth. The materials used are an attractive alternative to metal fillings.

Reduce the impact on your tooth structure

White dental fillings use a substance that bonds to the surface of your teeth. This helps minimize tooth preparation that is typically required with silver (metal) filling material.

Your Ajax dentist, Dr. Shields, will remove the damaged or decayed portion of your tooth. The tooth-colored materials securely bond to the surface area of your tooth being treated.

Treat all your tooth surfaces

Use of metal filling materials can be limited to certain tooth surfaces. The composite material used with your white (tooth-colored) fillings can be used on any of your tooth surfaces.

Replace your old, unattractive fillings

Tooth colored fillings give your teeth a new look. They are an effective, long-lasting replacement for old or damaged dental fillings.

Composite resin fillings are somewhat “invisible.” The treatment will appear as if there’s no filling in your tooth. In fact, you might have the same reaction as many of our patients. It’s common for them to have difficulty seeing the filling following the procedure.

Ask Dr. Shields, your dentist in Ajax, about white (tooth-colored) dental fillings.



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