What is Tooth Filling?
If you are unaware of what includes a filling procedure, it’s better to consult a dentist. He/she will start by cleaning the affected tooth and then fill the cavity with an amalgam or porcelain or composite resin. As the hole or gap is filled, the chances of bacterial growth are highly reduced, which in turn prevents further decay. Our filling types include:
- Amalgam filling
- Composite resins
- Porcelain fillings
Which Type Of Filling Is Ideal?
To find out, which type of filling will work for you, schedule a full dental checkup by our dentist. After doing a complete checkup, we’ll determine the one that will work right for you. Even you can’t decide on your own whether you need a dental filling. It is advisable to consult your dentist and let them recommend the right one for you.
To start with the procedure, we will remove the decayed tooth and clean the affected area. The cleaned-out cavity will then be filled with any of the dental filling. The entire process usually takes around less than 30 minutes, and if you feel any discomfort later on, feel free to let us know.