Composite Resin/Aesthetic White Filling

Clinical cases with white filling

We are using high quality filling materials which are not only strong but match with your teeth perfectly. No one will even notice it. Take a look at some of cases that were done in our clinic…

Gaps between teeth can be reduced with veneers or crowns. However, the simplest way to have them done is by using white fillings.

Any fractured tooth can be restored with composite fillings. You will be able to enjoy your food better and smile big smiles.

Even a chipped tooth due to a fall can be restored!!

Composite filling material was used to improve the shape and colour of old veneers of all the front teeth.

Decay and gap seen at the right central incisor was restored with aesthetic fillings.

Multiple old silver restorations was replaced with composite fillings which resulted in the fillings almost undetectable.

A large cavity on a molar was restored with white filling.

The malformed canine was contour into a nice tooth.

Another old silver filling was restored with white filling.

Extensive cavity of the tooth was restored with composite filling.

 

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Why we need regular dental check-up?

Regular Check-up

It is important to go to a DENTIST regularly for dental check-up… Even though without any problem or PAIN!! Why??

Basic Examination Tools

The answers are simple:

1. To have your teeth cleaned (or scaling)
To remove all the tartar that stick all around your teeth. (Brushing alone without scaling is not enough. You require professional help!!).

Scaling Treatment

If not, your teeth will end up like these.

Tartar on the surface of the teeth

The tartar that attach to your teeth surface will lead to gum inflammation (gingivitis) and later; gum recession and bone resorption (periodontitis). Then finally… teeth become shaky (mobile) and drop out by themselves!! – too late!!

2. To have your teeth checked
Almost all tooth decay started without any symptom (e.g. pain, sensitive). It takes about a year to grow significantly big. And treatment for SMALL DECAY is very simple – SMALL FILLING which is cheaper, painless and lasting.

However, when the tooth decay is too big (usually it gives you sensitive, pain or disturb your sleep), then the approach is different. The tooth might required large filling – uhh! (expensive, painful, required injection) or maybe root canal treatment followed by a crown (because the pulp is infected) or maybe extraction!!

Large  tooth decays

Conclusion
So, go to your dentist 6 monthly or twice a year!! or when you receive our recall postcard.

Please make an appointment with us for scaling and dental check-up if you don’t want to end up like her…

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