Composite Fillings

At Koch Park Dental we provide our patients with composite dental fillings that can match the color of your tooth for a seamless smile. With tooth-colored fillings you can repair cavities, chips and small imperfections and no one will see the difference in the color of your repaired tooth.
 
Composite resins provide more functionality than other filling materials so you can be confident that the repair to your tooth will allow you to chew and bite as you normally would moving forward. The composite resin is typically made of acrylic that is reinforced with powdered glass for hardness and strength.

Benefits of White Fillings

When you choose composite white fillings you will see and feel the benefits right away. Not only will you tooth be protected from further damage, but you will have a seamless white smile to help boost your confidence.

Strong Material

The resin used for tooth-colored fillings is stronger than other materials that are typically used for dental fillings. This allows you to have your repaired tooth function as well as the teeth around it while chewing and biting.

Safer than Amalgam

Amalgam fillings were the standard in dentistry for a long time and while they provide strength for damaged teeth, they can be hazardous to your health.

Natural Appearance

The natural white coloring of the composite filings allows you to have dental work done in a way that is not noticeable to the rest of the world. So you can smile confidently knowing that the imperfections in your smile are not seen.

Versatile Uses

Composite Resin Chipped Tooth Repair - Koch Park Dental Florissant MO
While composite resin is most often used to fill in cavities, it can also be used to repair cracks or chips in your teeth or to re-shape a tooth for a more beautiful smile.

The Composite Fillings Procedure

If you have a straight-forward need for composite fillings, such as cavity repair or filling a crack in your tooth, then the composite filling process will likely be done in a single visit.

Matching Your Tooth Color

The first step in the process involves matching the composite resin to the tooth it is being used to repair. This may involve several attempts to get the color to match exactly to the tooth.

Cleaning the Damaged Tooth

Once Dr. Buchheit is ready to go, he will numb the area around the tooth that is being repaired and clean out any debris or tooth decay. Keeping the tooth clean and dry is essential for the composite filling process.

Applying the Composite Material

Once the tooth has been cleaned and dried, Dr. Buchheit will begin to etch the tooth and apply bonding material in preparation for applying the resin. The white filling material will then be layered to fill in the damaged area of the tooth. As the resin is being applied, Dr. Buchheit will use a light to cure each layer of the composite filling material as he goes.

Tooth Shaping and Contouring

After the white composite filling material has been cured, Dr. Buchheit will finish by shaping and contouring the material to fit the shape of your tooth, fit comfortably into your bite and match the shape of the surrounding teeth as well.

Get Composite White Fillings in Florissant, MO

If you have a cavity that needs to be filled or need repair to a cracked or chipped tooth, get in touch with Koch Park Dental today for tooth-colored filling that will repair your smile without anyone ever noticing the difference. You can also think about having small cosmetic repairs done with composite material for an even more beautiful smile than the one you already have. Call us today for more details.

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Koch Park Dental
Martin L. Buchheit, DDS
2149 Charbonier Rd Florissant, MO 63031

314.837.7744

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Tue: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Wed: 7:00am - 3:00pm
Thu: 7:00am - 3:00pm
Fri: 8:00am - 2:00pm
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