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Composite (white) fillings

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Traditional old amalgam fillings have a very good life expectancy but newer more modern composite fillings have two major advantages over them.

Firstly, the composite fillings have a chemical structure that allows them to be bonded or “glued” to the tooth surface. This means that less of your tooth has to be drilled away in order to get your filling to stay in place.

Secondly, scientific development has meant that now there are hundreds of subtle different shades of composite filling material that can be blended in to your tooth to make them appear almost invisible.

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