Aesthetic Dentistry​


Dental Filling Treatment

Occasionally, deformations may occur in our teeth due to reasons such as decay, traumas, or teeth grinding. Such issues can often be treated with composite materials that match the color of the teeth.

Today, composite materials are commonly preferred for their aesthetic appeal as they typically blend well with the natural tooth color. Early intervention to repair missing or damaged areas can help teeth remain in the mouth for many years without problems or discomfort.

In Which Cases Is Dental Filling Necessary?

Dental filling is required in various situations such as repairing decayed teeth, fixing broken or cracked teeth, filling gaps between teeth, and removing stains on teeth.

How Long Does Dental Filling Last?

Dental fillings are durable, but their lifespan can vary depending on the type of filling, the usage of the tooth, and maintenance. Generally, dental fillings can last between 5 to 15 years.

In this treatment option, which can typically be completed in a clinical setting in about 1 hour without the need for any significant tooth reduction, you can make a significant difference in your smile quickly and healthily. This method, also known as direct veneer technique, ensures that there are no discoloration or visible additional areas on the teeth for many years with a successful polishing protocol and high-quality polishing pastes.

The biggest advantage of laminate dental treatment is its speed and cost-effectiveness.