Dental Fillings

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Restore your smile

Does your tooth suffer from trauma, cavities, or other damages? Our leading dental specialists at the Dentistry of Orlando can restore tooth structure through composite dental fillings. We use cutting-edge technology to provide fillings that resemble your tooth’s natural color.

Composite dental fillings are also known as white fillings or tooth-colored fillings. They are recommended by your dentist to repair cracks or decay in affected teeth. Have you recently suffered trauma to your teeth? Or do you notice tooth sensitivity or early signs of decay? Schedule a consultation with our dental team and see if a composite dental filling procedure is right for you.

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Do you need composite fillings?

Composite fillings are tooth-colored mixture made with plastic and glass. It resembles the natural look of the teeth and is used to fill cavities and alleviate any pain caused by damaged or decayed teeth.

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Damaged teeth

Cracked and damaged teeth caused by injury or trauma needs immediate restoration.

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Tooth decay

If you exhibit other symptoms of dental decay in addition to tooth pain or sensitivity.

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Presence of brown or white patches on your teeth caused by food, fluorosis, or trauma.

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Teeth erosion

Your teeth are slowly deteriorating and wearing away due to grinding and chattering.


Tooth filling procedure

We advise using a white tooth filling when you have a cavity that needs to be filled to ensure that the repair is nearly invisible to everyone. Small and moderate areas of decay can be repaired using resins for long-lasting, realistic-looking results that can make you feel better about your smile.

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Remove decay

Similar to when a metal filling is used, the filling operation starts with removing decay and debris from your tooth and meticulous cleaning.
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Resin application

We create a solid bond wherein the composite resin "flows" onto the tooth surface. It's carefully molded for a natural fit and hardened with a specialized light.
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After one last polishing and buffing, the filling process is finished. The natural color and function of your teeth are fully restored.
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Frequently asked questions


If prescribed, take medicines to control tenderness.
Brush your teeth carefully during the first 24 hours.
Call your dentist if you still feel pain and discomfort after a few days

Avoid food and drinks intake for at least an hour if you’re feeling dizzy
Don’t chew gum for at least 24 hours.
Don’t drink hot beverages right after the procedure

No. It is generally painless because of the applied anesthesia to numb the tooth. You will feel the taps on your tooth while the dentist is placing the filling, but it is not painful. If there is discomfort, let us know so we can do something about it. 

The average lifespan of a composite filling is about 5-7 years. This of course depends on the oral hygiene, diet, and the location of the filling. Lifespan will also be shorter if the person grinds and chatters teeth.

Protect your teeth from decay and damage!

The benefits of composite dental fillings are numerous. Contact us to know what's best for your teeth.