Tooth Fillings Kellyville Ridge Patients Prefer
Nobody likes the thought of an unsightly dental filling spoiling their beautiful smile. Fortunately, we provide top quality, natural-looking mercury-free tooth fillings at our Kellyville Ridge dental clinic that blend in flawlessly with your smile. Our Sydney dentists select a shade of composite resin that is a close match to the surrounding teeth. Why not book an appointment with the caring team at Kellyville Family Dental today.
Versatile Dental Fillings in Kellyville Ridge
Our experienced dentists provide aesthetically-pleasing composite fillings to fill tooth cavities as well as to replace old-style metal amalgam fillings. The composite is also used for ‘invisible’ repairs to broken or cracked teeth and to close small gaps between the teeth.
Tooth Fillings in Kellyville Ridge – The Procedure
The first step is to isolate the tooth being filled to prevent moisture from coming into contact with the composite material.
Our Kellyville Ridge dentist then removes any decay or amalgam and shapes the cavity.
Next, the composite resin is placed into the cavity, a layer at a time. Each layer is hardened with a special blue light.
Once the cavity is filled, it’s shaped to fit the bite and polished to give it a lustrous sheen that closely resembles a natural tooth.
Need Tooth Fillings in Kellyville Ridge?
If you require tooth fillings in Kellyville Ridge why not make an appointment with our compassionate friendly dentists. You can call on 02 8894 1007 or book online. Our dental fillings blend in perfectly with your teeth leaving you with a flawless smile.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do composite dental fillings from your Kellyville Ridge practice last?
Is an anaesthetic provided with composite fillings?
How long does it take to complete tooth fillings here in Kellyville Ridge?
What are the advantages of a composite filling?
- Colour matching of the tooth for a natural-looking restoration
- Strong and flexible properties of composite resin
- White fillings that are less likely to suffer damage
- A fully restored tooth that can be used immediately after the effects of any anaesthetic have worn off