These are used to restore the damaged tooth structure after removing decayed portions

Our team will help you to choose most suitable filling material for your tooth.

Different types of permanent fillings.

  1. Amalgum

    Silver coloured filling. Contain mixture of metals including mercury. More strength & durability. Most of the people don’t like the appearance.

    Amalgum dental fillings
  2. Gold

    Easthetically more pleasing than amalgam more expensive.

    gold filling composite
  3. Composite (tooth coloured)

    Fillings made of a tooth-coloured composite are popular because their colour can be matched to your teeth. Despite advances in technology, composite fillings are not quite as durable as amalgam fillings and they may need to be replaced more frequently. They're also more expensive than amalgam fillings.

  4. Ceremics (Tooth coloured)

    Fillings made of a tooth-coloured composite are popular because their colour can be matched to your teeth. Despite advances in technology, composite fillings are not quite as durable as amalgam fillings and they may need to be replaced more frequently. They're also more expensive than amalgam fillings.

  5. Glass ionomers

    These fillings are often a good choice for children as they can release fluoride, which can help prevent further tooth decay. They're rarely used on the biting surface of adult teeth as they can wear more rapidly than other types of filling material.