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Tooth coloured fillings, also known as composite fillings, are a popular and aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional metal fillings. These fillings are made of a composite resin material that can be colour-matched to your natural teeth, making them virtually invisible.

Tooth coloured fillings are used to treat cavities or repair chipped or damaged teeth. The procedure involves removing the decayed or damaged part of the tooth and replacing it with the composite resin material. The dentist will then shape and polish the filling to match the natural contours of your teeth, resulting in a seamless and natural-looking restoration.

One of the main benefits of tooth coloured fillings is their natural appearance. Unlike metal fillings, tooth coloured fillings blend in with the rest of your teeth, making them ideal for visible areas of your mouth.

Tooth coloured fillings are also a safe and effective option for dental restorations. They are free from the mercury and other metals that are present in traditional metal fillings, making them a popular choice among patients who have concerns about the safety of metal fillings.

Overall, tooth coloured fillings are a great option for those looking to restore the health and appearance of their teeth. If you have a cavity or a damaged tooth, talk to your dentist at Paragondental, to see if tooth coloured fillings are right for you.

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