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A dental filling is used to fill the hole caused by a cavity, preventing decay from spreading to the rest of the tooth.

Your Cardiff dentist quickly, easily, and comfortably removes decay from a tooth before it worsens.

The type of tooth filling that is used is largely based on your specific needs and preferences.

Filling options include:

Amalgam Fillings

Amalgam fillings are strong and long-lasting, and they are also the least expensive option among all filling materials. However, they’re very noticeable and tend to darken over time.

Composite Fillings

Composite dental fillings can be coloured to match your teeth, which is part of what makes them a popular option. They do wear out faster, though, and aren’t always the best choice for teeth used for chewing.

Ceramic Fillings

Ceramic fillings are made of porcelain. This makes them another low-profile choice, and not only are they tooth-coloured, but they’re also stain-resistant!

Glass Ionomer Fillings

Glass ionomers are typically used as cement for inlay fillings, fillings in the front teeth, and fillings when the decay extends to the tooth root. They are also used on baby teeth. They might only last around five years, and they don’t match the colour of teeth as closely.

Which Dental Filling Material Works Best for You?

You have several different options when it comes to fillings. But no filling is regarded to be better than another. We recommend weighing down the pros and cons of each before making a decision.

Your Cardiff dentist will discuss with you the various materials that they can use to fill your cavity.

If you want to learn more about the dental filling procedure and the types of fillings, talk to your Cardiff dentist.

Composite Fillings at Cardiff Dental

If your tooth shows signs of decay, don’t wait for it to worsen. This can be prevented with our composite fillings.

For decayed, chipped, or cracked teeth, your Cardiff dentist may recommend composite fillings to restore the strength, shape and function of your teeth.

Consult with your Cardiff dentist to know the best type of filling for you.

Visit Your Cardiff Dentist for A Dental Filling Consultation Today!

Come in for a dental filling consultation with your Cardiff dentist. Call us on (02) 4954 6888 or visit us at 34B Kelton St. in Cardiff.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

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