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Restorative Fillings in Oshawa

We remove the decaying material in your tooth.

Natural looking, long lasting fillings to restore your tooth.

At Simcoe Smile Dental, we have services to repair and restore teeth that have been chipped, cracked, discoloured, or are suffering from decay. These services are all part of restorative dentistry.

Restorative dentistry at its finest:

No matter how many times you brush and floss your teeth, factors such as the food we eat, our genetics and the natural bacteria in our mouth can lead to tooth decay.  Simcoe Smile Dental offers tooth-colored fillings can not just remove and restore the decayed parts of your teeth, but also enhance and reinforce your smile. Schedule your appointment today for dental fillings in Oshawa with our team today.

Reasons for getting dental fillings:

Restorative Tooth Fillings

If your tooth is chipped.
If your tooth is decaying.
If your teeth are worn out.
If your tooth/teeth are cracked or broken.
If they are gaps between your teeth and it’s annoying or uncomfortable.

How we get your tooth ready for filling

Before filling your tooth, our dentists will take an x-ray to assess the condition and the exact location of the damage. Once the damaged area of the tooth is determined, the dentist will use either a drill, laser, or an air abrasion tool to clean the damaged portion of the tooth. Once that is completed, the dentist prepares the tooth for filling by cleaning out the area from any bacteria or debris.

Various types of dental fillings

There are three types of tooth-colored fillings: composite, ceramic and glass ionomer fillings. Glass ionomer fillings are an ideal choice for children as they last for only 5 to 7 years. Ceramic fillings can last for a period of up to 15 years or even longer. The most common type of tooth-colored filling is a composite filling. These fillings usually last for a period of 5 years, and they are versatile for many cosmetic dental treatments. For further information or to book an appointment, please do not hesitate to give us a call 289-312-1482 or visit us direct at Simcoe Smile Dental Oshawa.

More than just aesthetics

Tooth-colored fillings are more than just aesthetically pleasing, they can withstand the force of biting and chewing for many years. This cosmetic dental procedure does not just fill the hole created by a cavity or decay; they can help rebuild a healthy, strong tooth structure that functions for many years. Contact us today to discuss our tooth-colored filling options. 

Exceptional after-care service

Here at Simcoe Smile Dental, we don’t just stop at offering cosmetic dentistry treatments. Our team of qualified experts also provide instructions after your treatment. From oral hygiene practices to eating habits and following up on your well-being, we go the extra mile to ensure your investment (ie., your smile) lasts a lifetime. Call our Oshawa office today to book an appointment.

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    Filling FAQs

    Dental fillings are used to restore the functionality of a missing tooth structure. If you need to get dental fillings in Oshawa, contact Simcoe Smile Dental today and schedule an appointment.

    Fillings help dentists repair cavities caused by tooth decay. They prevent further bacteria and decay from infecting the teeth. For tooth fillings in Oshawa, you cannot go wrong with Simcoe Smile Dental.

    Dental fillings offer many advantages. Composite tooth fillings offer superior aesthetics and look like they are a part of your natural tooth while reinforcing the tooth structure. They also are extremely strong materials, able to last up to 20 years of constant biting and chewing.

    Ideally, a tooth filling can last anywhere between 7 to 20 years. However, it depends on how well you take care of your teeth. Do you brush and floss regularly? Do you eat low sugar and healthy foods most of the time? Do you see your dentist for an exam regularly? Finally, do you clench and grind your teeth? These factors affect the durability of the fillings.