Amazing White Fillings in Perth
White fillings are special resin or ceramic composites that are shaped and shaded to assure a natural look.
Depending on the condition of your teeth we now have advanced alternatives to traditional silver fillings. Either with bonding or ceramics we can now carefully match, blend and contour these new restorations to compliment your teeth. These advanced materials make your mouth look the way you always wanted. Cambridge City Dental provide high quality White Fillings in Perth.
You can have these fillings done in one session. With Cerec® we simply scan, design and mill a porcelain filling in one session that is natural and life-like making them difficult to distinguish between the filling and the natural tooth.
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Today’s dental patient is demanding white fillings. White fillings are special resin composites that adhere to teeth and shaped and shaded to match the patient’s own teeth to assure a natural look.
Amalgam is viewed by many to be potentially toxic. Recent advancements in research to achieve a more aesthetic and strong composite has allowed us to place these restorations in areas of the mouth to withstand high biting stresses such as back teeth and molars.
Ceramic — Cerec®
A mouthful of mercury can be transformed to give you a white gleaming smile. At Cambridge City Dental, art and science become one with the latest in technological development.
Ceramic fillings are biocompatible, highly aesthetic, long lasting and durable.
The defective filling and decay is removed. A reflective powder layer prepares the tooth for imaging.
An optical image is acquired with a small camera, directly in your mouth. The restoration is designed onscreen using the image and is then sent to a milling machine. Diamond coated instruments mill a ceramic block to reproduce the design.
After polishing, the new restoration fits precisely. A unique light hardens the bonding material, uniting porcelain and tooth. Polishing and glazing ensures a pleasantly smooth and natural feel. The colour and appearance make the special ceramic material blend with your tooth. Perfectly bonded porcelain ensures an extremely long life for your teeth.