WHAT IS COMPOSITE FILLING (BONDING)?
Composite filling is a white-colored filling material that is placed in the empty space (cavity) after the decay is cleaned. It is widely referred as white filling.
WHAT ARE THE STEPS OF COMPOSITE FILLING?
1) Local anesthesia
3) Caries removal
5) Bonding process
6) Placement of composite filling
7) Finishing and polishing
COMPOSITE FILLING PRICES FOR 2021?
Pricing is determined based on the condition of tooth decay. The best price can be established after examination at our clinic.
HOW LONG DOES COMPOSITE FILLING LAST?
The average lifespan of composite filling is 10 to 12 years. They can last for many years in case of proper oral and dental care. The dental tissue remaining after caries removal is of major importance to us.
WHAT ARE THE STEPS OF FRONT COMPOSITE FILLING?
The same process steps apply. The most important aspect when implementing filling to front teeth is aesthetics. Composite materials used in the anterior teeth are not used in front teeth. The rate of success in aesthetics has significantly increased in line with the advancements in technology and the healthcare industry.
COMPOSITE FILLING MATERIALS
3) Bond brush
CAN CHILDREN RECEIVE COMPOSITE FILLING? WHO ARE ELIGIBLE?
Composite filling can be implemented to patients of all ages. However, composite filler material called compomer and which is suitable for milk tooth anatomy is used is used in children.
HOW LONG DOES COMPOSITE FILLING (BONDING) LAST?
Longevity varies depending on the size of caries. Treatment is performed on during the same session on the same day and is completed in 20 minutes to 1 hour on average.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF COMPOSITE FILLING (BONDING)?
1- Visually pleasing and offers multiple color options for the closest color of natural teeth.
2- Treatment times as short as a single session.
3- More cost-effective than coating, inlay and onlay filling.
4- Can last for years if used properly.
5- Requires less abrasion of dental tissue than other treatment options.
IS COMPOSITE FILLING (BONDING) HARMFUL TO HEALTH?
Composite filling is not harmful to health.