Maintain Your Speaking & Smiling Confidence With Tooth-Coloured Fillings


Tooth-coloured fillings, which are also known as composite resin or white fillings, can provide patients with the discreet and effective restorative solution they need when tooth decay develops.

At Bayview Dental and Implant Centre in Qualicum Beach, we’re happy to provide patients with this safe, durable, and lasting filling material.

What are tooth-coloured fillings made from and how can they benefit my smile?

Tooth-coloured fillings are made from a composite resin material, which is comprised of a combination of plastic and glass particles.

This material is designed to mimic the look and feel of natural enamel, so it provides a discreet form of restorative dentistry to replenish the structure of your tooth after decay has been removed. Moreover, it can help reduce tooth sensitivity, prevent further enamel damage, and strengthen tooth structure for a healthier, confident smile.

Are these fillings an option for filling all sizes of cavities?

While this material is often a great choice for small to mid-sized cavities, our team may recommend the use of a different type of filling material for larger cavities, depending on the location and severity of the decay.

Is anyone a candidate for tooth-coloured fillings?

In most cases, yes. Of course, we'll always consider your unique needs and goals to ensure that you receive the best possible treatment.

How long do these fillings typically last?

With proper oral hygiene, these fillings can last for 10 years or more.

If you are interested in learning more about tooth-coloured fillings or would like to schedule an appointment with our team, contact us today!


Contact Bayview Dental And Implant Centre About Tooth-Coloured Fillings Today

  • Maintain your natural-looking smile
  • Protect & strengthen your damaged tooth
  • Experience a safe & effective restoration
  • Benefit from many years of protection with diligent oral hygiene practices
  • Prioritize your oral health!

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