Tooth-Coloured Restorations


At Smart Smile Dental Care Center, we can repair a tooth using an inlay, onlay, or filling, which is a minimally invasive technique.

The most popular kind of tooth-colored restoration is dental fillings. A variety of materials are used to create fillings. Your tooth’s condition will determine the type of filling you require. A process known as a white filling, onlay, or inlay is something we can use. If you need fillings for your teeth, this kind of procedure is minimally invasive. For filled teeth, it works well at giving a natural appearance.

What is the benefit of Tooth-Colored Restoration Treatment?

These solutions are beneficial for treating dental decay. They can lessen tooth sensitivity and possibly stop tooth decay. Added advantages include:

  • Almost invisible
  • Lower risk of fracture
  • Keep more of your natural teeth
  • Compared to amalgam fillings, white fillings last a lot longer
  • a more natural, healthy appearance
  • Inlays and Onlays made of porcelain can last up to 30 years
  • Protect rotting teeth from further issues by saving them

What Is the Technique for Placing Tooth-Colored Restorations?

Our skilled dentist will remove the rotten portions of the tooth and clean and sterilize the region after first using a local anesthetic to numb the area. Next, he will fill the cavity with a substance that matches your tooth’s natural color and shapes it to look natural. The substance will harden with the aid of a special curing light. Your restoration will be polished and smoothed out by our dentist, who will also make any required adjustments. The outcome is a grin that is radiant, healthy, and realistic-looking.

How to Take Care of Tooth-Colored Restorations?

The same dental hygiene practices apply to teeth with tooth-colored

restorations as to natural teeth. To prevent dental illness, it’s crucial to maintain good dental hygiene routines, such as consistent brushing and flossing. Remember to visit Smart Smile Dental Care Centre for regular dental checkups and cleanings so we can keep an eye on your oral health and ensure your restorations are in excellent condition.