Composite (white) restorations

Composite restorations are a tooth-coloured restorative material used to repair a damaged or decayed tooth. The affected portion of the tooth is removed and then filled with the composite filling. It is then cured with a visible blue light which causes it to harden almost instantly.

Composite dental fillings are strong, durable, and make for a very natural looking smile. Your dentist or dental hygienist may recommend composite resin dental fillings for the following reasons:

  • To restore chipped or worn teeth. (see Cosmetic procedures)
  • To close a space between two teeth. (see Cosmetic procedures)
  • To repair cracked or broken teeth. (see Dental emergencies)
  • To repair damage caused by tooth decay.




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This photo was taken before getting fillings completed on upper anterior teeth.

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After Picture taken after white fillings were completed on the upper anterior teeth.