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White Fillings

Fillings that are close to invisible

Corona Virus – Dental Update

Issue Date: 15/6/2020

Dear All

Life Dental & Wellbeing is now open.

We are not running at full capacity yet as we are phasing our return to the new normal so please be patient if you are struggling to get through to us or waiting to hear back from you about an appointment. As expected, the way we operate will be a bit different but please do be reassured that we will continue to look after you and your oral health in a safe clinical environment.

If you have a dental appointment in the coming weeks we will be contacting you the day before to talk through the appointment procedure and ensure that you are happy to attend.

If you have a dental emergency please call the practice during normal working hours and we will endeavour to help you, however please be aware that there are some restrictions on the treatments we can undertake during the current Alert Status. Outside normal working hours and at weekends or on Bank Holidays please call the practice for further information that will guide you through the Out of Hours service.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Ben Pearson and the team 


Restore your smile...

White filling or porcelain inlay?

Evidence suggests that white fillings on rear teeth work best when they are not too large, consequently if we think the proposed filling is too big we will recommend an alternative such as a porcelain inlay as a better longer lasting option.

Advances in dental science

The last 20 years have seen great advances in dental material science, in particular that of white filling materials or composite as it is known professionally. White fillings can be used to restore broken or worn front teeth as well as building up decayed or broken rear teeth.

The white fillings that we offer at our practice use the most up to date material and bonds that result in fillings that are close to invisible when placed.

Due to the importance of technique when placing white fillings we endeavour to use ‘rubber dam’ (a thin sheet of rubber used to isolate the tooth from the moisture in the mouth) during the procedure in order to achieve the most optimal result.

Any questions? Get in touch or book an appointment for a dental health check and come see us for yourself.

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