At North Main Family Dental, Dr. Richelle Bedier focuses on not only creating a white and luminous smile, but we also consider the impact that dental restorations can have on your natural tooth structure. Composite Fillings are used to restore the function of your teeth while keeping the natural aesthetics of your smile a priority.
Composite Fillings used to restore the function of teeth that have dental decay, have been damaged by trauma and may be used as a cosmetic dentistry option for cosmetic bonding treatments. At North Main Family Dental, we are pleased to offer mainly Composite Fillings, here in our Airdrie Dental Practice.
Traditional dental filling materials, which are best known as silver fillings, are not always aesthetically pleasing options for restoring the function of your teeth. Composite Fillings have been used for over 20 years, and many patients prefer white fillings over silver fillings for many reasons. The fillings are placed in thin layers, to rebuild the structure of your tooth. A special light is used to completely set the white filling material making it very hard and durable against normal biting forces. The material is shaped and polish the white filling for a smooth finish, and so it bites together correctly against the opposing teeth.
The most obvious benefit of Composite Fillings is the aesthetic results that we are able to achieve because he is able to blend different shades of filling material to match the natural remaining tooth structure.
These fillings bond directly to the tooth remaining tooth structure, reducing the instance of breakage and to insulate the tooth from temperature changes.
We know that your smile is important to you and restoring damaged and decayed teeth with our Airdrie Composite Fillings is one of the many dental health services that we offer at North Main Family Dental.