When it comes to restoring your smile, we use high quality materials that optimize the function and health of your teeth, as well as enhance its cosmetic appearance. Tuscany Dental Care offers composite tooth-colored fillings to patients who need tooth decay restoration or correction of minor aesthetic concerns. Dr. Duque is an experienced and gentle dentist who is known for offering state-of-the-art
What is a Composite Resin?
Composite resin is a white or tooth colored material used to repair a tooth that is affected by decay, cracks or fractures. They offer improved aesthetics over silver fillings. In addition, the natural blend of composite resin to your teeth makes it an excellent option for restoring or improving front teeth that are more visible. Your composite filling is designed to last for many years. However, it should be properly cared for in order to retain the best results. We educate patients on the importance of good oral hygiene, proper eating habits, and regular dental visits that can extend the life of your new fillings.
At Tuscany Dental Care, a composite filling may be used to address the following:
• Chipped teeth
• Closing space between two teeth
• Cracked or broken teeth
• Decayed teeth
• Worn teeth
We can place your composite filling in a single appointment. After the area is numb, Dr. Duque will first remove areas of decay if needed. Next, the space is cleaned and prepared for the filling material. Composite resin is carefully placed in layers and is shaped, hardened and polished to create a natural and beautiful outcome. If you experience mild sensitivity after a composite filling is placed, this is only temporary and should subside shortly.
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