White Tooth Fillings

Improve Your Smile

  • Avatar Daya Heir ★★★★★
    I was experiencing tooth pain and then Dr Singh informed me that I needed a filling. I became quite upset and nervous as I didn’t want a dark filling however Dr Singh assured me that he would be using a white filling and it wouldn’t be recognisable. Dr Singh made me feel at ease and calm and explained to me throughout the procedure. Thank you to Dr … More Singh and his team, I will definitely be recommending you to my family and friends.

  • Avatar Sophie Alexandra Piggott ★★★★★
    I recently had a filling at cheslyn hay dental with Kal - I couldn't be happier with my filling and how I was treated throughout - the whole team were amazing and couldn't have made me feel any more comfortable and at ease than they did would I 100% recommend to anyone

White Fillings in Walsall & Cannock

White fillings are classed as “minimally invasive dentistry”. They work to improve your smile while conserving as much of your natural tooth structure as possible. A white cavity filling replaces part of a tooth that has been lost or had to be removed because of dental decay. Most people will develop dental decay to some degree throughout their life. Tooth decay should be treated as soon as possible. This is to prevent further damage to your teeth and oral health. The most common form of treatment is a filling.

Smile Bright With White Dental Fillings

Most people are familiar with traditional metal fillings called amalgam. However, an increasingly popular alternative is white fillings. The white dental fillings are made of composite resin, to create a much more natural-looking and virtually invisible cavity filling. This allows you to treat your teeth and prevent any further damage, without your smile being damped.

In many cases, we can simply remove existing worn-out fillings and decay, leaving only the natural tooth remaining. The lost tooth structure can then be replaced using white composite resin, resulting in strong, lifelike white tooth fillings. This method is quick and pain-free as we only clean out the damaged areas. Whereas, with a metal filling, the entire cavity often must be removed.

A More Natural Look

Many people prefer white fillings rather than metal, particularly if the fillings are towards the front of your mouth. White tooth fillings can also be used to replace existing metal fillings to achieve a brighter smile. As traditional metal fillings often contain mercury, they are not recommended for pregnant women. However, a white filling is safe for pregnant women and can prevent further or more extreme treatment. For instance, a root canal from being needed later. For more information about our white dental fillings, please contact the practice.

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