Traditionally silver in appearance, fillings are used to help seal and repair any holes or cracks in teeth due to decay. However, due to the silver colouring of fillings, it can be very noticeable when you talk and smile. The good news is that white fillings are now available, making them less noticeable as they blend with your teeth’s colour. How long a white filling will last is dependent on several factors, and we will discuss all of your options with you during your consultation.
If you would like to find out more about our tooth coloured fillings, call 01606 44725 or email us at email@example.com. Our team will also provide you with vital care instructions on protecting your white fillings and how to keep them looking their best.
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If you need a filling or have the onset of tooth decay, please contact us immediately. Not only can we help clean and protect the tooth in question from further damage, but we can also provide white `tooth coloured` fillings, providing you with a great aesthetic and functional solution in no time.
We work hard to help keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy. This is important to help avoid gum disease, periodontal disease, and loss of teeth. Our professional and experienced hygienists team are always on hand to help and provide further information and advice surrounding oral hygiene.
If you suffer from long-term gum inflammation or gingivitis, it’s essential to contact us as soon as possible. If left untreated over a long period, gum inflammation can lead to periodontal disease, which can lead to teeth becoming loose as the bone supporting the tooth is affected. In such cases, you must get preventative treatment before teeth start falling out.
Looking for Dental implants? You could have lost one tooth, several teeth or all your natural teeth; this can affect your smile, your ability to eat your favourite foods, your self-esteem and your health.
Whether you've lost all of your teeth or just a single tooth, dentures can provide the perfect tooth replacement solution without being permanently fixed. Made from acrylic or a mixture of acrylic and cobalt-chromium, dentures are functional, comfortable, and practical.