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Tooth-Colored Composite Restorations

Dental Fillings in Brampton

If you’re suffering from tooth decay, a dental filling can help in restoring your damaged tooth. At Smileton Dental, we provide safe and effective dental fillings to rebuild your teeth. This restoration procedure helps in removing decay while maintaining the natural appearance of your teeth. A tooth filling is the best treatment to restore your damaged teeth and prevent further damage. We use safe composite resin fillings for dental restoration to ensure that fillings perfectly blend with your natural teeth color. Besides maintaining the natural appearance of your teeth, the composite resin fillings are chemically bonded and reinforce the tooth’s structure. Our highly trained dentists aim to provide you with a lasting filling solution to relieve dental pain caused by a cavity.

Our teeth fillings procedure repairs a decayed tooth and also removes any remaining cavities in the tooth. While performing a filling, we make sure to maintain the normal shape and natural color of your teeth.  The process involves completely removing the decayed portion and cleaning up the affected area. This is followed by filling the removed part using dental filler. We carefully seal spaces and cavities to prevent bacteria from entering the cavity. This method is also effective in repairing chipped, cracked, or broken teeth.


Safe & Effective Teeth Filling

Are you ignoring teeth sensitivity? Sensitive teeth are a common early warning sign of tooth decay. This happens due to enamel loss that could be the result of tooth decay. You may encounter teeth sensation due to other issues also. However, ignoring it isn’t the right thing to do. Teeth filling not only remove damaged part to prevent further decay, but it also evens out the tooth surface to fix your ability to chew or bite. As dental experts, we can repair your cracked or broken teeth painlessly. Depending on the severity of the damage, we may/may not use local anesthesia to numb the tooth. We aim to keep the entire process as smooth as possible.

Once the decayed or damaged tooth part is removed, we clean the area and apply the filling. Different types of filling materials are used depending on the patient’s preference and the extent of the damage. Tooth decay results in ruining the tooth structure and cause cavities. If left untreated, the decay can quickly spread, making the teeth more sensitive to temperature and food. Once the center of the tooth (the pulp) gets affected, patients experience a severe toothache.

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