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Dental Fillings

  • Dental Fillings

    If part of a tooth has been lost through decay or damaged due to an accident, your dentist may put in a dental filling. Dental fillings are used to fill a portion of tooth or plug the hole and stop any future pain or discomfort.

  • Fillings Technologies

    Dental fillings are done by handpieces in general dentistry. BIDC chooses clinical handpieces from brands that focuses on sterilization cleanliness. 

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Dental Fillings

    Indirect fillings are similar to composite or tooth-colored fillings except that they are made in a dental laboratory and require two visits before being placed. Indirect fillings are considered when not enough tooth structure remains to support a filling but the tooth is not so severely damaged that it needs a crown.

  • Safe Removal of Amalgam Fillings

    More and more patients are having their amalgam fillings replaced with tooth-colored fillings due to better aesthetics and other benefits of composite resin fillings.