When it comes to dental fillings, we use a modern and patient-friendly approach. Our composite fillings are designed to match your natural tooth color, making the filling almost invisible to the naked eye. They are bonded to your teeth, ensuring their longevity and making them less likely to fall out. This is a significant improvement over older types of filling material, such as fillings made of silver or gold, which were more noticeable and had a higher risk of falling out.

What Are Dental Fillings?

Dental fillings are not just restorative materials; they are your teeth best friends. They repair cavities, cracks, or other minor damage in your teeth, restoring the tooth’s shape, function, and integrity. Most importantly, they play a crucial role in preventing further decay and potential tooth loss, ensuring the longevity of your natural teeth.

Types of Dental Fillings

Composite Fillings: Composite fillings blend seamlessly with natural teeth and are made from a tooth-colored resin.

Composite fillings offer excellent aesthetics, making them ideal for visible teeth. They bond well to the tooth structure, providing additional support.

Amalgam Fillings: Made from silver, mercury, tin, and copper. They are known for their durability and strength, making them suitable for molars with greater chewing forces.

Ceramic Fillings: Made from porcelain, ceramic fillings are highly durable and resistant to staining. They offer a natural appearance and are ideal for patients seeking a more aesthetically pleasing option.

Gold Fillings: Crafted from a gold alloy, these fillings are durable and long-lasting. Gold fillings are resistant to corrosion and wear, making them a good option for long-term restorations, although they are more noticeable and expensive.




If you’re looking for a dentist in Bingham Farms, Franklin, Beverly Hills, Farmington Hills, Bloomfield Hills, Southfield, West Bloomfield, and Royal Oak, MI, we are here for you.

Benefits of using composite filling material:

  • Aesthetic appearance

  • Treatment can be completed in one appointment

  • Decreases risk of tooth fracture in the future

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