Composite Filling Solutions in in Stamford, CT
Fix That Empty Filing Inside Your Mouth!
Composite resins, also known as tooth-colored fillings can be used on either front or back teeth. They produce a durable yet flexible material that will withstand the constant chewing stress of everyday life; however not all composite resin types work for every application so make sure you know which one is best suited before making your final decision. Our cosmetic dentistry clinic has great experience with providing our Stamford, Ct patients with composite fillings.
How Does A Composite Filling Work?
The restoration of a tooth can be restored with the help from composites. By cleaning out areas that are soft and discolored, you will get to replace it by putting in some beautiful fillings which make your smile look better than ever before.
The process of fitting composite restorations is a bit faster than traditional dental work. These materials contain liquid resin embedded with finely ground glass particles that can be shaped into any form needed for your teeth, then harden in seconds when exposed to UV light from blue lights which turn them from beautiful fixtures you’ll love showing off but never forget about!
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How Long Do Composite Fillings Last?
Composition fillings are a treatment for cavities. This type of restoration uses composite resin, which is made up various substances including fine glass and plastic to restore your oral health! These stronger alternatives will last you at least 5 years before they need another replacement tooth in the area being filled – giving patients more peace-of mind when it comes time choose what’s best suited their needs financially as well .
Reasons for composite fillings:
- Chipped teeth.
- Closing space between two teeth.
- Cracked or broken teeth.
- Decayed teeth.
- Worn teeth.
How Are Composite Fillings Placed?
Your dentist will carefully remove any necessary decay from your tooth before placing a new filling. They’ll numb the area, clean it up and prepare for placement of composite material that’s precisely shaped to restore functionality in most cases.
You will be given care instructions at the conclusion of your treatment. Good oral hygiene practices, eating habits, and regular dental visits will aid in the life of your new fillings. Contact our dentist in Stamford, Ct today!