Metal Free Fillings

Our office offers white (mercury-free) composite fillings. Composite fillings are a mixture of glass or quartz filler in a resin medium that produces a tooth-colored filling that is chemically bonded to the tooth. Composite fillings provide good durability, are resistant to fracture, and allow for less tooth structure removal when the tooth is prepared. This usually results in a smaller filling than that of the traditional mercury amalgam fillings. Excellent aesthetic results are achieved with composite fillings, which often are completely invisible.

Composite fillings are used to fill cavities, replace old fillings, restore broken cusps of teeth, and to replace worn enamel.

If you have questions about our filling materials, please contact The Art of Dentistry for more information.

Related General Dentistry Articles

Tooth Colored Fillings - Dear Doctor Magazine The Natural Beauty of Tooth Colored Fillings
The public’s demand for aesthetic tooth colored (metal free) restorations (fillings) together with the dental profession’s desire to preserve as much natural tooth structure as possible, has led to the development of special “adhesive” tooth colored restorations… Read Article