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Cosmetic Dental Filling

Cosmetic Dental Filling

A filling is something that most people will have experienced at several times in their lives. That is a form of treatment for tooth extinction or to improve a damaged tooth. The most known type of filling is the silver amalgam filling.

There is the basic filling then there are cosmetic fillings which are performed for creative reasons. These are also known as inlays and onlays. Find out here more about these in Inlays & Onlays.

Types of cosmetic filling

The silver amalgam filling is the traditional form of filling which is composed of various metals such as copper, tin and mercury. This combination helps to retain the basic function of the tooth. The composite white filling is a synthetic combination of acrylic resin and glass which has a white colour thereby enabling it to match the colour of the tooth.

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Amalgam Fillings
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$100
Composite Fillings
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$150
Gold Fillings
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$200

Advantages and Disadvantages of cosmetic fillings

The main advantage of silver amalgam fillings is their durability. These fillings can last for more than 10 years or more compared to other types of fillings.

Silver amalgam fillings have attracted some negative press commentary which is related to their use of mercury. There have been reports of people developing a health problem which is linked to mercury poisoning although the risk is considered very small.

How is a filling performed?

For both the silver amalgam and composite white fillings the procedure involves the drilling of a small hole within the affected tooth which is then packed with the filling.

The only difference is that the dentist will give the composite filling a final polish to ensure that it has that clean, white look and fits in with the rest of your teeth.

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