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Tooth Color Fillings

Tooth Colored Cosmetic Fillings

Forever Smile in Los Angeles uses mercury-free, metal-free white fillings made of durable, tooth color materials. Whether you need to treat a small cavity or replace old leaky fillings, our tooth colored restorations provide you with an option that’s both beautiful and durable at the same time.

At Forever Smile Dental Care, we strive to treat tooth decay early, so that your white filling can be smaller and less invasive. Call our office today to schedule your first visit!

A Minimally Invasive Alternative to Conventional Treatments

Conventional silver fillings are held in place by removing large and healthy amounts of enamel and “wedging” the material into place.

With a composite filling, the materials bond directly to your porous tooth structure. This allows us to remove only the damaged areas and preserve your healthy enamel, providing a minimally invasive solution to restore a disease-free state.

White Fillings Blend in With Your Smile

Each tooth colored filling that we complete is specifically matched to blend in with the shade of your natural enamel. This way we can repair teeth at the front of your smile, without taking away from its appearance.

Silver/Mercury Filling Replacement

Amalgam (silver) fillings have been used in dentistry for decades. But when they impact the appearance of your smile, they can cause significant aesthetic concerns. In addition, they can have bacterial leaks which can eventually lead to tooth fracture and decay. Ask us about removing mercury fillings and replacing them with restorations made from ceramic or porcelain.

Do I Have a Cavity?

Let our our office located in the heart of Los Angeles know if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Food catching between your teeth
  • Sensitivity in a specific area when you eat certain foods or sip on sweet drinks
  • Rough areas that you feel with your tongue
  • Visible dark spots or discoloration
  • Darkening of the tooth
  • Something feeling “off” when you bite down
  • Metalic taste in your mouth