Fillings are one of the most prevalent restorative needs of our patients because cavities are one of the most common concerns in dentistry. Our goal is to heal these cavities with the least amount of preparation and the best possible looks. Composite restorations can give you the courage to smile without fear of dark spots showing through. Composite restorations are tooth-colored fillings that are white to mirror the natural appearance of your neighbouring teeth. These high-quality, long-lasting restorations have supplanted previous amalgam (silver) fillings. Composite restorations, unlike silver fillings, can restore teeth to their former appearance and function while keeping exceptional strength.
Dental veneers (also known as porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates) are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials that are used to cover the front surfaces of teeth in order to improve their appearance. These shells are glued to the front of the teeth and change the colour, shape, size, and length of the teeth.
Veneers for the teeth come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Porcelain or resin composite materials can be used to make dental veneers. Porcelain veneers hold up better to stains than resin veneers. They also have a better light-reflective quality than natural teeth. You’ll need to talk to your dentist about the ideal veneer material for you.
Inlay / Outlay
Onlays and inlays are referred to as “Indirect Fillings” in dentistry because they are implanted outside the mouth as a solid piece that suits the cavity’s form and size. Onlays and inlays are utilised in premolars and molars when the tooth has sustained enough damage to warrant a simple filling but not enough to necessitate a crown. The number and portion of the tooth they cover are the most significant differences between them. Dental inlays and onlays are constructed of porcelain, a tooth-like substance that improves the patient’s cosmetic value. Onlays and inlays made of ceramic materials have become popular in recent years. Dental inlays are placed in the chewing area of your tooth that has been affected by decay or accident. Onlays, on the other hand, are utilised to repair damage and degradation to your tooth’s cusps as well as the biting surface.