Dentists use fillings to treat dental cavities and repair cracked, broken or worn-down teeth. Many people prefer to have white fillings – also known as composite resins or porcelain inlays – because they’re tooth-coloured and therefore less noticeable. Composite filling material also hardens as soon as the procedure is finished, so you can chew on it straight away. Another advantage of white fillings is they don’t contain mercury, which some people prefer to avoid.
To book an appointment for a new filling or to replace your mercury fillings with more natural-looking white fillings.