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Cosmetic Dental Fillings

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Restoring Every Gap for a Wholesome Smile.

Cosmetic Dental Fillings are a way to correct every tiny detail, preserving your natural smile.

Are your decayed or damaged teeth troubling you, making it hard to smile confidently? ClinicGP is here to get the radiance back in your smile.

  • Tooth Decay
  • Cracked Teeth
  • Spacing

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Cosmetic Dental Fillings

Cosmetic dental fillings, the most basic of dental restorations, are done where the cavity/decay or tooth damage is mild to moderate and involves only the hard structures of the teeth (most often pain and swelling are absent). Enamel loss and tooth sensitivity caused due to tooth decay can be eliminated with the use of dental fillings. Dental fillings correct and camouflage these defects perfectly, making it unnoticeable.

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The Procedure

The procedure is performed in a single visit wherein our specialist will remove the decay and clean the cavity followed by a dental filling that would cover the space or cavity. Dental fillings are usually used for small to moderate levels of tooth decay, cosmetically tending to the area and it leaving it flawless. This filling material is inserted into the affected tooth location, preventing any further spread of decay, thus repairing minor fractures and cracks.

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Types of Fillings

Amalgam Fillings

Amalgam fillings are made of a combination of metals including copper, silver, tin and mercury. A primitive and conventional form of fillings, they are strong and so are an option used to restore large cavities, especially for molars and areas where aesthetics are not a concern. It is the most reliable and economical filling available today.

Composite Fillings

Composites are preferred for small and medium-sized cavities especially in the front teeth, where large forces do not normally act, as they are not as strong as the amalgam fillings and tend to chip off with time. Composite fillings made of resin material are similar to the natural colour of teeth and so provides the expected cosmetic appeal. However, composite fillings, due to the material itself and technique sensitivity of the procedure, are comparatively expensive than amalgams.


Similar to composite fillings, these are made of porcelain material. These dental fillings are stain resistant as compared to composite resins and also durable in nature. They need to be pre-fabricated in a laboratory prior to placing on the teeth.

Glass Ionomers

Tooth-coloured glass ionomers are made with glass powder and fluoride. The fluoride component helps provide protection from future decay. Glass ionomers lack strength and durability in comparison to the other dental fillings and so are usually used for baby teeth and for tooth restorations in parts that are not used for chewing food and also in proximity to the gingival (gums) area.

Conservation Dentistry

One Visit

Swelling – No

Pain – Mild

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More on Dental Cosmetic Fillings

Unlike the amalgam fillings, the composite fillings allow one to have food after the treatment. However, it is always advisable to follow the instructions provided and wait for the numbness to wear off before consuming anything.

Maintain oral hygiene and ensure regular visits to your dentist. Your doctor would help examine if there has been any crack in the fillings or if there is a recurrent caries or decay under the filling.

Amalgam fillings last the most with minimum period of a decade. However in case of composite and glass ionomer fillings you may have to replace it in every 4 to 5 years. Eating habits, oral hygiene and other dental conditions are factors that determine their longevity and so may vary from person to person.

You may experience tooth sensitivity which is common right after the treatment is done. (more so with composites and glass ionomers). However if the sensitivity and discomfort continues more than two weeks you may need to contact your dentist who will recommend a desensitizing paste. You may rarely experience a mild, vague pain in the area which may subside in a few days, for which a painkiller may be taken. But if the pain is severe or persists, your dentist must be contacted.

Pain may occur when you bite, where the dental filling seems to obstruct your bite function – high point. In such cases you may need to reshape the filling again to correct it. With only skilled dental specialists at ClinicGP, you need not worry about these problems.

Following the post-operative instructions is paramount to a long lasting restoration. Regular dental examinations and maintenance should be done at least once in every six months. In addition, flossing, correct brushing techniques, dental regimes and a balanced diet ensures best results.

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